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Rioting and acts of terrorism are not the answer

Lukas Zywicki, Sports Columnist

January 15, 2019


Filed under Opinion

Every day there seems to be a protest/riot and people are attacking one another. It’s just the way the world works now. But why? Why is it now just part of life to hate someone for reasons that are minimal in the grand scheme of things? America is forgetting what it means to care about each other and...

The new schedule is hindering the student learning experience

Gracie Warda, Assistant Online Editor

September 14, 2018


Filed under Opinion

For the past 15 years, Fenton Area Public School students and staff became accustomed to block scheduling. This year, however, block scheduling was eliminated in lieu of a more traditional school schedule modified to keep Student Resource Time (SRT). Despite its efforts to accommodate students’ need...

Students are losing dating manners

Regina Pauly, Writer

November 27, 2017


Filed under Opinion

Her crush smiled and said “hello”, she choked. He then proceeded to open the door for her and ask for her number. Her heart melted as she barely managed to speak the numbers. All it takes are nice manners and a ‘hello’ to make a girls day, yet our generation neglects to do so. Confrontation...

Synergy replaces Powerschool as Fenton’s primary educational software provider in order to cut costs; district estimates savings at $10,000

Synergy replaces Powerschool as Fenton’s primary educational software  provider in order to cut costs; district estimates savings at $10,000

Ellie Vasbinder, News Editor

September 13, 2017


Filed under News

Fenton Area Public Schools has made the switch from the education technology platform Powerschool to Synergy. Synergy Student Information System (SIS) supplies data and process management; it has a reputation of being a program that extends to even further boundaries than a typical SIS would. “I...