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Arming teachers with concealed weapons will not solve school shooting problems

Arming teachers with concealed weapons will not solve school shooting problems

Andrea Elsholz, Writer April 30, 2018

After recent school shootings in late February, President Donald Trump listened to the stories of the shooting victims and announced in a speech that the gun free policy in schools should be lifted to...

“Initially I really enjoyed history, but now that I am here and I just like interacting with students and being able to help them. The thing with history is that jobs in that subject weren’t that available when I was looking. Science is my minor and those jobs are always available, so I have never actually taught social studies even though I majored in history. I definitely see myself here in 10 years, still teaching. This school is close to home and I get to be a part of the community. I get to see kids outside of school, working or whatever they do. It’s nice and different than when I was teaching in Flint. There wasn’t as much of a sense of community, it was bigger and a lot of the kids were from surrounding towns. I would see a few here or there every once and a while, but not as often as here. It makes me feel like I am making a difference, like I am helping out and giving back to my community.”

People of Fenton: Science Teacher Lonny Green

McKenzie Lookebill, Online Editor in Chief March 20, 2018

Administration plans for placement of CPR law

Amber Kelly, Writer March 24, 2017

The American Heart Association (AHA) discovered through data, that more than 350,000 Americans suffer from sudden cardiac arrest. Only 12 percent survive of those survive. The law was put in place to reduce...

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