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Tips on shopping affordably

Tips on shopping affordably

Emmy Johnson, Writer

April 23, 2020

Splurging on an overpriced item in a cute boutique or store is an easy feat, but after splurging it’s easy to regret the purchase that was made. Shopping for affordable items that last is a more reasonable way to go, but starting out on this tactic is hard, and overspending is a tricky habit to break. For...

How Fenton High School is going to improve the district

How Fenton High School is going to improve the district

Emmy Johnson, Writer

November 15, 2019

Fenton Area Public Schools (FAPS) are adding improvements to its schools. Through recent years FHS has made it a top priority to ensure their students receive an education that’ll push them to reach success criteria, including new teaching materials for the Social Studies Department and receiving new te...

5 tips for being more fiscally responsible as a high schooler

5 tips for being more fiscally responsible as a high schooler

Gracie Warda, Online Editor in Chief

November 4, 2019

“I don’t have any money” is a phrase often uttered by high schoolers; poor money management skills could be to blame. Practicing money management is a valuable skill for high schoolers to learn in order to set a precedent for their futures. See below for five money management tips for high school...

Opinion: Prom has become overly expensive for students and families

Seniors Lauren Gruber, Kelsey Kussro, Maddie Welch, and Meaghan McArdle taking pictures before there last prom.

Sydney Bommersbach, Online Editor

March 14, 2019

It all begins with the special proposal, next is buying a dress or tuxedo, then getting tickets at lunch, after that is ordering the corsage or boutonniere and scheduling hair and nail appointments for the day of. Prom is a very special and exciting night, and according to a survey done by Visa, the a...

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...

Guide to Adulting: Taxes

Guide to Adulting: Taxes

Gracie Warda, Assistant Online Editor

December 27, 2018

“In this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes,” (Ben Franklin). Taxes are a harsh reality for all consumers and adults alike, but navigating them can be tricky. See below to learn more about them, or go to www.irs.com. ‘Guide to Adulting’ is a Fenton InPrint adv...

Tips and trips for summer jobs

Tips and trips for summer jobs

Jillian Ferry, Assistant Online Editor in Chief

March 23, 2018

The FCC votes to repeal Net Neutrality

The FCC votes to repeal Net Neutrality

Gracie Warda, Online Editor

January 12, 2018

Since its debut in 1990, the World Wide Web has been a form of unobstructed communication, a news source, a place for research and countless other activities. Due to a policy called Net Neutrality, provider companies were legally unable to restrict what their customers could see online. After paying ...

Budget cuts force electives to cut corners

Budget cuts force electives to cut corners

Gracie Warda, Online Editor

September 25, 2017

Schools across the country are facing an age-old issue: Budget cuts. Block scheduling has already been eliminated due to cost. However, financial issues still shadow educational institutions and electives are the first to take the cut. “To run a good program would cost a lot of money,” art teacher...