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Opinion: How Fenton High can improve this upcoming school year

Opinion: How Fenton High can improve this upcoming school year

Emmy Johnson, Online Editor September 3, 2021

The 2021-2022 school year is quickly approaching, and new ideas for Fenton High are acceptable to new and old students of all grades. This includes becoming more inclusive, understanding and advocating...

Opinion: Participation awards are hurting children

Opinion: Participation awards are hurting children

Riann Masi, Writer August 31, 2021

Competitions, sports teams, and summer programs are all activities that contribute to handing out participation awards. These awards are to recognize a child for their participation in their activity....

Opinion: Qualifications for an activity being categorized as a sport

Opinion: Qualifications for an activity being categorized as a sport

Molly Killian, Assistant Print Editor July 13, 2021

Some of the most passionate arguments come from when people argue over whether a specific activity is categorized as a sport. These disagreements often lead to feelings of invalidation— generally because...

Opinion: Two-week rotations are better than three-week rotations

Opinion: Two-week rotations are better than three-week rotations

Halee Alexander, Writer April 1, 2021

Fenton High was operating on a three-week rotation of classes for a little over the first semester of the 2020-2021 school year. This rotation between classes is too long to go without seeing any of your...

Opinion: Amazon puts small businesses out of work

Opinion: Amazon puts small businesses out of work

Emmy Johnson, Online Editor March 5, 2021

Since Amazon’s opening on July 5, 1994, Amazon has decreased the number of stores, specifically small businesses, in America. Amazon has created the ideal of fast production goods—, making mass...

Opinion: The pros of Amazon prime

Opinion: The pros of Amazon prime

Riann Masi, Writer March 5, 2021

Households around the world are spending less time shopping in-person and are now shopping online. Amazon, one of the larger online shopping platforms, has proved beneficial for consumers even prior to...

Opinion: Should students be allowed snow days while online

Opinion: Should students be allowed snow days while online

Riann Masi, Writer January 18, 2021

While in virtual school, numerous questions about if students should have snow days have been floating around. Even though students are learning online at home, some schools are embracing the freedom of...

Opinion: Going to a small college can be beneficial

Opinion: Going to a small college can be beneficial

Halee Alexander, Writer January 4, 2021

Going to a smaller college rather than a university can be beneficial for a student. Smaller class sizes can allow for different things that will make the transition from high school to college easier. Imagine...

Opinion: The Positivity Project is hard on students

Opinion: The Positivity Project is hard on students

Halee Alexander, Writer November 3, 2020

The Positivity Project was founded by two U.S. veterans, Mike Erwin and Jeff Bryan. The West Point graduates served time in Afghanistan and Iraq. After retiring, Erwin and Bryan wanted to continue serving...

Opinion: Online schooling is detrimental to students learning

Opinion: Online schooling is detrimental to students’ learning

Angelina Vitarelli, Writer April 29, 2020

On March 12, Fenton High School students attended their last full day of school of the 2019-2020 school year, although they didn’t know it at the time. The decision to close schools for the remainder...

Opinion: Online schooling is beneficial for students

Opinion: Online schooling is beneficial for students

Riann Masi, Writer April 29, 2020

Michigan schools K-12 have been ordered by Governor Gretchen Whitmer to close buildings and begin schooling online. Schools are to stay close to help decrease the spread of COVID-19 by lessening social...

Opinion: Weighted classes are beneficial for students

Opinion: Weighted classes are beneficial for students

Bree Soule, Online Editor April 8, 2020

Numerous students at Fenton High are taking advantage of the advanced courses offered by the school. Most of these classes are weighted, therefore, a higher GPA is awarded for each letter grade. Having...

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