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Simon and Bella progress at Fenton High

Simon and Bella progress at Fenton High

Riann Masi, Online Editor March 4, 2022

Fenton High has added two dogs to their Fenton Tiger Paw Patrol team. The additions are Simon, a standard poodle who works with Sunny in the library and other classes, and Bella, a yellow lab retriever...

Sunny student and community member appreciation

Sunny student and community member appreciation

Bree Soule, Online Editor-in-Chief September 28, 2021

Sunny, Fenton High’s Certified Therapy Animal, is utilized by students throughout the day to destress or to just quickly pet him. Below are quotes on how FHS students and community members feel about...

Fenton High’s third therapy dog, Simon

Fenton High’s third therapy dog, Simon

Bree Soule, Online Editor in Chief June 1, 2021

Fenton High has made the decision to get another therapy dog for the school. Simon, a 16 week old Apricot Standard Poodle, is Fenton High’s next Fenton Tiger Paw Patrol addition. Simon was born...

Fenton High gets new therapy dog, Bella

Fenton High gets new therapy dog, Bella

Bree Soule, Online Editor in Chief April 8, 2021

Fenton High has recently made the decision to get another therapy dog for the school. Bella, the new ASD Peer-2-Peer communication/therapy dog, will be introduced in the fall of the 2021-2022 school year. “Originally,...

Sunny continues his journey at Fenton High

Sunny continues his journey at Fenton High

Riann Masi, Writer March 2, 2021

Fenton High had the opportunity to welcome in a golden retriever named Sunny as Fenton High’s therapy dog. Sunny helps Fenton High in multiple ways, specifically his yoga classes for Fitness and Conditioning...

All the need-to-knows about Sunny, Fenton High’s soon-to-be therapy dog

All the need-to-knows about Sunny, Fenton High’s soon-to-be therapy dog

Tyler Soule, Print Editor in Chief April 16, 2020

With the recent acquisition of a therapy dog for FHS, there were a lot of questions regarding the safety of students, along with the money needed to train a dog. Because the pros are said to outweigh the...

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