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Opinion: Student Council should have more responsibility

Opinion: Student Council should have more responsibility

Bree Soule, Online Editor

March 11, 2020

Student Council’s responsibilities at Fenton High are limited. Their responsibilities include organizing the winter dance, homecoming activities, and donating to charities, but not much else. Numerous other responsibilities could be taken on to create a larger student body influence. These responsib...

Elementary students are still learning cursive

Elementary students are still learning cursive

Emmy Johnson, Writer

February 7, 2020

Most high schoolers remember being taught cursive throughout elementary school, primarily in third grade. However, with curriculum changes in recent years, many wonder if elementary students are still learning cursive, which they are. A new program called BenchMark Advance paired with Handwriting W...

Student Council plans reformed Sadies dance

Student Council plans reformed Sadies dance

Bree Soule, Online Editor

January 21, 2020

As the winter season approaches, so does the annual Winter Dance held at Fenton High. While the dance has previously been cancelled because of poor attendance, Student Council brainstorms new ideas in hope that ticket sales will rise. “This year's dance is a Sadies dance,” Student Council Admin...

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...

Award winning artist resides at Fenton High

Andrea Elsholz, Features Editor

May 20, 2019

Combining technical skill with abstract creativity, junior Claire Grob holds the spotlight this month as the InPrint’s artist of the month. “Claire is an extraordinary artist,” art teacher Kristin McDowell said. “She is really amazing with a variety of materials. She has good technical skil...

Former Fenton student Annie Hayes performs at Carnegie Hall

Dylan Dockins, Writer

February 22, 2019

When Annie Hayes left Fenton High last June and applied to Interlochen Arts Academy in Interlochen, Michigan, she never could have predicted that she and her Percussion Ensemble group would perform at Carnegie Hall in Manhattan, New York. “A group asked us to play from Baldwin Wallace Conservatory...

Senior Amanda Jackson turns people into fish with art

Senior Amanda Jackson's art rendition of the American Gothic painting.

Bree Soule, Writer

December 4, 2018

After working for three hours, senior Amanda Jackson created a piece of art inspired by the American Gothic painting. She replaced the husband and wife with two octopi named Herald and Gretchen. Jackson got encouragement from friends and family who thought she had a talent which inspired her to create ar...

Sign language should be taught to all school kids

Sign language should be taught to all school kids

Maci Best, Ad Designer

May 21, 2018

Sitting in a crowded restaurant, a woman waits for her friends to arrive while examining the menu. She doesn’t make conversation with anyone and she never looks up when the surrounding customers' chairs screech against the tile floor. When the waitress finally approaches her, she shakes her head and po...

Teachers deserve more acknowledgment for everything they do

Patricia Gray teaches her class.

Madi Wheeler, Online Editor

April 25, 2018

In a student’s entire school career, they spend approximately 15,000 hours in school. That is about that many hours spent with a teacher, thus a student spending more of their day-to-day time with a teacher rather than their parent. Teachers are educating the next generation and teaching the future...