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Opinion: Life360 allows parents to keep an eye on their children

Opinion: Life360 allows parents to keep an eye on their children

Natily Hall, Writer

January 17, 2020

Life360, which is an app where family members can track each other, has acquired a lot of positive and negative opinions from children and parents. Some believe it allows parents to be overprotective or just plain creepy. Yet, considering how often kids leave their houses, the bad results are endless. Th...

The Better of Music: Apple Music, Amazon Music or Spotify?

The Better of Music: Apple Music, Amazon Music or Spotify?

Hannah Young, Online Editor

December 30, 2019

With such a variety of music streaming platforms, it can be difficult to find the best one. What platform is right for creating playlists, listening to the radio and enjoying the tens of millions of songs available? Find out below which one is right for you.  Apple Music Apple Music is one of the top mu...

School lunches change under the Trump administration

School lunches change under the Trump administration

Cameron Carlson, Writer

December 6, 2019

As of May, 2017, the Trump administration planned to relax the former Obama-era regulations on school lunches; the new ones were enacted that July. Since then, schools and communities have experienced the effects of the new regulations. These effects, however, have created controversy that is spreading a...

Opinion: Out-of-state college is better than in-state college

Opinion: Out-of-state college is better than in-state college

Gracie Warda, Online Editor in Chief

December 5, 2019

Last year, a Fenton InPrint poll found that only 18 out of about 200 seniors in the class of 2019 decided to go out-of-state for college. This statistic is close to the national average, according to Niche, which estimated that 72 percent of seniors choose to stay in-state for college. The 18 students, d...

Opinion: Out of state college is not the best choice for students

Opinion: Out of state college is not the best choice for students

Bree Soule, Writer

December 5, 2019

The thought of traveling to a different state may sound fun at first, especially for those who love to travel, but attending college out of state has numerous disadvantages. According to The College Solution, 52 percent of students stay within 100 miles from their home when attending college and 73 p...

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...

No district-wide calendar for Fenton Area Public Schools, month-by-month policy in place

Gracie Warda, Online Editor in Chief

October 4, 2019

As of Oct. 4, Fenton Area Public Schools (FAPS) has no district calendar for the current school year. Rather, it is going on a month-by-month basis because of ongoing negotiations with the teacher’s union. The district has announced dates for Spring Break and Winter Break, along with this letter e...

School bucket list for a great year

School bucket list for a great year

Sydney Bommersbach, Assistant Online Editor in Chief

September 19, 2019

The school year always goes faster than you think, so don’t waste a second of your time. Look at this bucket list to keep yourself busy and check off the staples of going to school at Fenton High. ...

Get to know Fenton’s IB coordinator, Kelly Boike

Get to know Fenton’s IB coordinator, Kelly Boike

Angelina Vitarelli, Writer

April 22, 2019

Kelly Boike, Fenton’s International Baccalaureate (IB) coordinator since the year of 2005, has numerous roles within her occupation: IB Coordinator, Extended Essay Coordinator, DEEP Coordinator and Early/Middle College Coordinator. “I’ve been an educator for 20 years, and I value lifelong learning...

Opinion: Student sections at sporting events are too rowdy

Opinion: Student sections at sporting events are too rowdy

Gracie Warda, Assistant Online Editor

March 12, 2019

A four-year varsity hockey player stands in the goal, waiting to catch the puck. He is the key factor in keeping his team in the running for the state championships. It feels like the most glorious moment of his life— that is, until the opposing student section yells “go back to Kindergarten, shortie!” His...

People of Fenton: Senior Jamie Elrod

People of Fenton: Senior Jamie Elrod

Regina Pauly, Social Media Director

September 13, 2018

Bomb threat sends FHS into secure mode on first day of school

Bomb threat sends FHS into secure mode on first day of school

Gracie Warda, Assistant Online Editor

August 29, 2018

“There was a bomb threat today at school,” is not usually in a student's day-to-day dinner conversation, but on Aug. 28, FHS students’ first day of school was interrupted by a bomb threat which sent them into secure mode. “The Fenton Police department received a phone call indicating that there w...