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Fenton High’s virtual learning plan

Fenton High's virtual learning plan

Emmy Johnson, Writer

May 13, 2020

COVID-19 has swept the globe causing a mandatory stay-at-home order to be put in place. FHS has switched to teaching students online, like many other schools in the United States, making the faculty explore new ways to ensure students are getting the education and resources they need. In early April, w...

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...

How classes with fewer students differ from larger class sizes

Looking inside of the GenNET room, this is  where students can take the classes American Sign Language and AP Calculus.

Taron Masi, Online Editor

October 21, 2019

When trying to best determine how students learn most productively, one question that is frequently debated is the effect that class size has on learning. Normally, classes at FHS vary from 30 students to around 20, although there are some extreme cases like the IB History HL2 class, a two-year course ta...

Elementary students should still be taught cursive

Delaney Bryson, Writer

March 2, 2018

Sitting in her third grade classroom, a young girl is learning how to write in cursive. While she strings letters together into words and sentences, she occasionally glances to her side where images of every cursive letter are hung neatly on the wall. As she does this, she is not only memorizing the...