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Sophomore Chase Gibson wins TI Calculator challenge

“The idea for the picture came from the fall theme of playing in the leaves,” sophomore Chase Gibson said, “so we tried to make it look like I was playing in the calculators.”

Sydney Bommersbach, Assistant Online Editor in Chief

November 18, 2019

Posing on the ground surrounded by a circle of calculators, sophomore Chase Gibson entered and won a fall contest put on by Texas Instruments (TI). With the help of students in his fourth-hour Biology class, who lent calculators that led to the winning photo entry.   “It started with an adve...

Math and science competition team place fourth overall in the Metro League

Math and science competition team place fourth overall in the Metro League

Sydney Bommersbach, Writer

May 1, 2018

Since the 1980s, the brightest students from  Fenton have formed a math and science team to compete against other schools in the Flint Metro League. This year was no exception, as a team of 14 students came together to compete on April 26 at Holly High School. “We didn’t practice together before the ...

Q&A: Flipped Class

Math teacher Steven Karr uses the Teach Everything app to create his online videos of notes for his Pre-calculus and AP Calculus students. Karr has used this app from the beginning of the school year so his students could watch lecture videos for homework and complete book problems during class time.

Caitlin Heenan, Editor-in-Chief

October 24, 2014

What is Flipped Classroom? “It is different for different people. I personally produce videos on my iPad with the app called Explain Everything. What would have been a lecture during class is now homework. The students do not need me to takes notes. Now in class, they can work with each other on...