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Laying down for the second time, senior Parker Luchenbill waits for his blood to be drawn so it can be donated to the American Red Cross. Its an easy and quick way to give back to people and every person that donates helps save three lives, Luchenbill said. Anyone who is considering donating has nothing to worry about. Its simple and safe.

National Honors Society prepares for first blood drive of the school year

Delaney Bryson, Writer October 5, 2017

The first blood drive of the school year is set to be held on Monday, Oct. 9. National Honor Society Chairs seniors Ariana Mansour and Brandon Bossenberger have been preparing for the blood drive for over...

English teacher Sarah Andersen recieves funds outside of the district for independent reading

English teacher Sarah Andersen recieves funds outside of the district for independent reading

McKenzie Lookebill, Arts & Entertainment Editor February 21, 2017

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IB and Key Club members get school-wide support for bottle drive

IB and Key Club members get school-wide support for bottle drive

Lauren Koscielniak, Writer November 15, 2016

Full IB students and Key Club members are working together to collect plastic bottles and cans as a fundraiser to donate food to the Fenton community for the holidays. Students decided to put posters...

Volleyball and soccer players raise awareness for breast cancer

Volleyball and soccer players raise awareness for breast cancer

Cameron Mathews, Sports Editor October 22, 2015

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and the volleyball and soccer players tried to raise awareness by gathering donations for the cause. They later played a volleyball game to begin fundraising on...

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