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Senior Bree Soule’s reality of having divorced parents

Senior Bree Soule’s reality of having divorced parents

Bree Soule, Online Editor-in-Chief November 3, 2021

As a six-year-old girl, hearing the news of my parents divorce was shocking and like any six-year-old, I reacted by crying while also being confused on exactly what this meant. I don’t remember much...

Traditions families participate in during the fall

Traditions families participate in during the fall

Riann Masi, Writer October 30, 2020

The leaves have started to change from green to shades of red and the wind has begun to chill announcing the beginning of fall. With the season starting many families have begun to engage in their traditional...

“Initially I really enjoyed history, but now that I am here and I just like interacting with students and being able to help them. The thing with history is that jobs in that subject weren’t that available when I was looking. Science is my minor and those jobs are always available, so I have never actually taught social studies even though I majored in history. I definitely see myself here in 10 years, still teaching. This school is close to home and I get to be a part of the community. I get to see kids outside of school, working or whatever they do. It’s nice and different than when I was teaching in Flint. There wasn’t as much of a sense of community, it was bigger and a lot of the kids were from surrounding towns. I would see a few here or there every once and a while, but not as often as here. It makes me feel like I am making a difference, like I am helping out and giving back to my community.”

People of Fenton: Science Teacher Lonny Green

McKenzie Lookebill, Online Editor in Chief March 20, 2018

“Friends will come and go and you should always value family because in the end they are always going to be your friend and they will always be with you. I have a small family and I have lost a brother and it makes you really think about life and who is important to you. I had a very good relationship with both of my brothers and my father left when I was three so they were like father figures to me. I respected them. My mom instilled it in us as we were growing up. I would tell my brother I love him and I wish he was here with me.”

People of Fenton: Hallway Aid Donna Fletcher

McKenzie Lookebill, Online Editor in Chief February 7, 2018

“My friends are meaningful in my daily routine you always have them to lean on. I love having friends and hanging out with people because you are never lonely. They like the same things I do. Having someone to talk to when you are feeling down is important because you can’t tell your parents everything, they don’t get it. Friendship is basically like your family, it’s always good to have all kind of friends because there is always someone to talk to.”

People of Fenton: Junior Brandon Higham

McKenzie Lookebill, Arts & Entertainment February 28, 2017

Thanksgiving family recipies

Thanksgiving family recipies

Jake Lee, Writer November 12, 2014

Thanksgiving is a time for being thankful for what we have. But it is also a time for families to cook feasts and exchange family recipes. Here are some old family recipes to turn that bland turkey dinner...

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