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Students dress as Latino gang members, teacher on administrative leave

Students dress as Latino gang members, teacher on administrative leave

Gracie Warda, Tyler Soule, Online Editor in Chief, Print Editor in Chief

May 21, 2019

Taking inspiration from a “Key and Peele” episode, some members of the class of 2019 dressed as Latino gang members, often called “Cholos,” on May 16. These students, along with one teacher (whose identifying information is not being released), are now under investigation by the administrati...

Count day provides funding to the Fenton school district

Sydney Bommersbach, Online Editor

February 26, 2019

The funding for all public school districts is determined by two days a year, known as ‘count days’. Chosen by the state, there is one day in October and one in February. “Our per pupil funding that the state provides is determined by how many students are enrolled in our buildings,” Supe...

Fenton District exceeds snow day limit, explores calendar options

Fenton District exceeds snow day limit, explores calendar options

Gracie Warda, Assistant Online Editor

February 25, 2019

A record-breaking winter has caused the Fenton district to close a total of 12 days this year; which is well over the six-day allowance by the state. Plans are in motion for making up the difference in time, but uncertainty about future snow days postpones finalized plans. “The trend the last few y...

Administrative Board meets representatives from scholastic programs

Administrative Board meets representatives from scholastic programs

Jillian Ferry, Website Editor

February 9, 2017

While the new Superintendent Dr. Adam Hartley is trying to learn as much as he can about what the district has to offer, there were three new members elected to the Board of Education. Hartley saw it important to meet students, parents and staff and to hear from them what makes the district great and...