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Local activities to try this spring break

Local activities to try this spring break

Dylan Dockins, Writer

March 11, 2019


Filed under Features, Showcase

The countdown until spring break has begun, with only 11 days left until it’s here. While some see it as time to enjoy the beach and warm temperatures, others enjoy staying at home. Fenton and the surrounding areas are filled with many opportunities to keep busy during the 10 day break. If the weather...

Moments that made 2018 a great year

Dylan Dockins, Writer

January 25, 2019


Filed under Features

As a new year begins students reflect on what made 2018 so eventful. The memories are far from forgotten, as it was a year with ups and downs. The importance of reflecting on the years lived through is key to sustaining a positive future. These are what make the year worth remembering: Keegan Jarrett ...

Junior Megan Armbruster and her team compete at cheerleading Worlds

Junior Megan Armbruster and her team compete at cheerleading Worlds

Sydney Bommersbach, writer

May 9, 2018


Filed under Features, Personality Profiles, Showcase

Cheer teams from across the United States fly into Orlando, Florida, for the chance to be named best in the nation. Traveling with her team the Midwest Xplosion Blackout Stingrays Allstars, junior Megan Armbruster flew out to The Cheerleading Worlds on April 25 to join over 11,000 other athletes. ...

How historical events shaped the eras

How historical events shaped the eras

Ellie Bennett, Co Print Editor In Chief

February 15, 2018


Filed under Features, Showcase

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The pros and cons of late starts

The pros and cons of late starts

Lily Tiong, Writer

February 7, 2018


Filed under Features, Showcase

Woken up by the sound of alarm, many students trudge out of bed at the crack of dawn yet again and starts to get ready for school after a late night of extracurricular activities and homework. Fenton, along with many other schools in the county have yet to adopt late starts. However, there are a few...

What factors go into the decision for an inclement weather day

What factors go into the decision for an inclement weather day

Madi Wheeler, Online Editor

January 18, 2018


Filed under Features

Whenever lots of snow or frigid temperatures are in sight, many kids begin to dream of getting that call, saying to sleep in because they don’t have to report to school. There are many important factors that go into the decision of whether or not we get a snow day. “The number one factor in making...

Top ski resorts in Michigan

Top ski resorts in Michigan

Madi Wheeler, Online Editor

January 3, 2018


Filed under Features

Thanksgiving Traditions

Thanksgiving Traditions

Madi Wheeler, Online Editor

November 21, 2017


Filed under Features

History teacher Matthew Place gets a new classroom design with new computers

History teacher Matthew Place gets a new classroom design with new computers

Madi Wheeler, Online Editor

October 24, 2017


Filed under Features

As his students work collectively in their groups, history teacher Matthew Place observes as they use the new monitors and chromebooks to complete a project that he has given them. “With the new audio and visual technology in our high school classrooms, including Mr. Place's room,” Superintendent...

Senior Makayla Bachman competes at a national level for Winter guard

Senior Makayla Bachman competes at a national level for Winter guard

Lauren Koscielniak, Writer

March 24, 2017


Filed under Features, Sports

Winter guard is a combination of dance, color guard and competitive cheer, which does not include a marching band to perform in front of. Senior Makayla Bachman participates in Winter guard from November to mid-April at competitions with her team against others from around the globe. “When I was in ...