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Video: Thank to teachers

Bree Soule, Online Editor in Chief November 26, 2020

Students and staff thank Fenton High teachers.

Fenton teachers deliver meals to local front line workers

Fenton teachers deliver meals to local front line workers

Bree Soule, Online Editor May 6, 2020

During the COVID-19 pandemic, numerous people are putting themselves at risk to help others. This includes all first responders: doctors, nurses, police officers, firefighters, paramedics, etc. Beginning...

The lack of a teacher’s contract affects FHS students

The lack of a teacher’s contract affects FHS students

Sydney Bommersbach, Assistant Online Editor in Chief March 26, 2020

Without a contract for the 2019-2020 school years, teachers, Board of Education members, students and family alike are experiencing the effects of the lack of an agreement.  It is important to look...

Opinion: Teachers should give extra credit for non-academic things

Angelina Vitarelli, Writer April 24, 2019

Recently, a few teachers at Fenton have given students the opportunity to earn “extra credit” through non-academic means. One of the ways they have done so are through purchasing supplies for the classroom....

What it’s like having your parent be your teacher and your kid as your student

Anna Ebert , Writer April 30, 2018

24/7, day and night, at school and at home, teachers with students that also double as their kids seem to always be with one another. Within the school, there are seven teachers with their kids as students. “Having...

Teens should be able to use adult’s first names

Sydney Bommersbach , Writer April 4, 2018

“Hi Mrs. Smith! It’s very nice to meet you,” is what teenagers are expected to respond when they meet an adult for the first time. However, using Mr./Mrs. last name is beginning to seem like a thing...

Elementary students should still be taught cursive

Delaney Bryson, Writer March 2, 2018

Sitting in her third grade classroom, a young girl is learning how to write in cursive. While she strings letters together into words and sentences, she occasionally glances to her side where images of...

Using fear tactics degrades students

Jillian Ferry, Assistant Online Editor in Chief January 18, 2018

“If you don’t do well on this test you won’t pass the class”, “Your college professors will not be as lenient as I am”, “This test is crucial, if you don’t do well, you will not pass the...

People of Fenton: Anonymous Teacher

People of Fenton: Anonymous Teacher

Amber Kelly, Opinions Editor November 29, 2017

“When I was in college I had a job lined up with a professor and then I had another company call and say ‘Oh we’re interested in having you work with us.’ I didn’t quite understand that and relayed...

People of Fenton: Science Teacher Jason Kasak

People of Fenton: Science Teacher Jason Kasak

Amber Kelly, Opinions Editor November 27, 2017

“I remember when I was young, I was about 20 years old and I used to buy a ton of used children’s books but I didn’t even have kids until I was 28. I just said ‘Okay well, I’m going to need them...

“The most meaningful relationship I have is with my mom. She is my best friend and I tell her everything. Whenever I have issues with friends, I go to her and she gives me advice. I had a lot of issues in my friend group in eighth grade, like bullying within my friend group. She helped me get through that situation and helped me realize that I have truer friends out there. She is the reason I have the friends I have today. My happiest moments are on the way to church with my mom every Sunday. We can have deep, meaningful conversations. I appreciate it because during that time I feel safe and comfortable. We will have fun days where we go shopping and to lunch. We live in a house with boys so its nice to go out and do something fun with her.  She has always been the voice of reason and she is always there to help us through anything.”

People of Fenton: Anonymous 03

McKenzie Lookebill, Arts & Entertainment March 1, 2017

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