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In-state colleges that provide an affordable education

In-state colleges that provide an affordable education

Grahm Staib, Writer

April 15, 2020

According to Michigan Radio, the average college graduate in Michigan finishes with over $30,000 in student loan debts. For students that are worried about finishing school in debt, there are options for high school students in Michigan to reduce these costs through in-state community colleges and universi...

The Scoop of Fenton ice cream parlor will open this spring

The Scoop of Fenton, located on West Shiawassee Avenue, plans to open in the first or second week in April.

Sydney Bommersbach, Assistant Online Editor in Chief

March 10, 2020

According to the National Dairy Association, there are approximately 80,000 ice cream, gelato and frozen yogurt shops in the U.S. In the first or second week in April, Fenton will be receiving a new business called The Scoop of Fenton, which will serve ice cream and coffee products.  “We have a var...

Song starters for every genre

Song starters for every genre

Hannah Young, Online Editor

February 18, 2020

Pop, Rock, Alternative, Hip-Hop, and Country are the few of the popular music genres to date. Trying to find different music to start listening to can be hard, but here are a few introductory songs that will make it easier to explore new genres Pop: “Say So” by Doja Cat “break up with you...

Fenton Fire Hall cools down the dining experience

Pictured above are the glass igloos available for dining in at the Fenton Fire Hall in downtown Fenton.

Anna Weigle, Writer

December 16, 2019

As downtown Fenton comes into view, the winter lights shine and the big Christmas tree is hard to miss as the Millpond goes around the corner. Another notable aspect downtown is the Fire Hall restaurant’s igloos.  Fire Hall manager Max Fast, believes that the aesthetic of the igloos keeps peop...

Lake Fenton Middle School students have screen-free “Throwback Thursday”

Lake Fenton Middle School students have screen-free “Throwback Thursday”

Angelina Vitarelli, Writer

December 12, 2019

On Nov. 21, Lake Fenton Middle School (LFMS) participated in a “Screen Free” day to reduce possible negative effects of too much screen time in the learning environment. The students left their school-provided chromebooks at home and stored their phones in their lockers for the day. The entire student...

School lunches change under the Trump administration

A daily lunch from the Fenton High cafeteria.

Cameron Carlson, Writer

December 6, 2019

As of May, 2017, the Trump administration planned to relax the former Obama-era regulations on school lunches; the new ones were enacted that July. Since then, schools and communities have experienced the effects of the new regulations. These effects, however, have created controversy that is spreading a...

Fenton sport teams volunteer in the community

With support from the boys soccer teams, the girls volleyball teams do push ups. The two teams versed each other in a friendly game of volleyball on Oct. 10 to raise money for a Fenton student with cancer.

Anna Weigle, Writer

October 30, 2019

Many Fenton athletic programs have taken time out of their season to give back to their community. Sports teams this school year are helping out while also bringing their players closer together at the same time.  The volleyball and soccer programs hold an annual Volley-4-a-Cure fundraiser. The fre...

Five trends that are back in Fenton High

Seemingly able to match any outfit and impossible to keep clean, it feels as though everyone today owns at least one pair of all white shoes, if not more. Between the entirely white High Top and Low Top Converse, Sk8-Hi and Lo Pro Vans, Nike Air Force Ones and white tennis shoes of all brands, there are many different style options. Both Converse and Vans of all types were popular in the 80’s.

Sydney Bommersbach, Assistant Online Editor in Chief

October 25, 2019

What’s in style changes every year and each season is different from the last. Here are some trends that are repeating their appearances in the Fenton High halls. High Waisted Pants and Mom Jeans White Shoes Choker Necklaces and Hoop Earrings Sweatpants Flannels and Black Boots ...

Volleyball program receives Got Milk sponsorship

At Cook's Dairy Farm, freshmen Adrie Staib, Grace Maccaughan and Lilly Philstrom pet a calf. The freshman, JV and varsity volleyball teams went to the farm for their Got Milk grant.

Lydia Podlesak, Assissant Print Editor

October 4, 2019

The girls volleyball program applied for and was awarded a sponsorship by Got Milk for their fall season. Through the sponsorship, $2,000 goes towards the program.  “What made me want to apply for the sponsorship was obviously to give the team a good opportunity for the educational resources,” ...

Fenton High building embarks on 50th anniversary

Andrea Elsholz, Features Editor

September 18, 2019

Fifty years ago, the last set of graduates were handed their diploma at the Ellen Street campus and a new building was christened Fenton High. As the new building embarks on its fiftieth anniversary, community members are coming together to celebrate. “A lot of visitors come to the building; they can’t believe ...

Get to know Fenton’s IB coordinator, Kelly Boike

Get to know Fenton's IB coordinator, Kelly Boike

Angelina Vitarelli, Writer

April 22, 2019

Kelly Boike, Fenton’s International Baccalaureate (IB) coordinator since the year of 2005, has numerous roles within her occupation: IB Coordinator, Extended Essay Coordinator, DEEP Coordinator and Early/Middle College Coordinator. “I’ve been an educator for 20 years, and I value lifelong learning...

Fenton students participate in Tri County Ninja competition

Tri County Ninja coaches from left: Caitlyn Dailey, Peyton Stapp, Manager Daniel, Josh Maier, Noah Maier and Jack Killian.

Madi Wheeler, Online Editor-in-Chief

March 20, 2019

On March 15-17, local business Tri County Ninja hosted its first Ultimate Ninja Athlete Association (UNAA) competition. Among those who attended the competition, were employees at the gym there to compete rather than coach. “Watching my fellow employees run was very cool,” coach and senior Noah...