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Students celebrate President’s Day with four-day weekend

Students celebrate President’s Day with four-day weekend

Grahm Staib, Writer

February 12, 2020

With a three and a half day weekend for President's Day this year, many FHS students are taking advantage and traveling over the break. Among them are senior Cole Patterson and his family, who frequently visit Michigan's state capital. “My family tries to take a visit to Lansing every year,” Patterson said. “Ove...

Students celebrate Christmas with traditions

Students celebrate Christmas with traditions

Chloe Couch, Writer

December 23, 2019

Christmas is a religious and cultural holiday celebrated by billions of people around the world. It began as a holiday in the fourth century when church officials decided that believers in Jesus Christ needed to commemorate his birth. However, the way families celebrate varies and is unique and specia...

Student council members visit Cedar Point

Student council members visit Cedar Point

Bree Soule, Writer

May 31, 2019

Going 120 mph down the track, freshman Kylie Schramke enjoys one of her favorite rides at Cedar Point: The Dragster. Ten members of Student Council attended a trip to Cedar Point on May 28 for their final event of the school year. “The trip was so much fun,” Schramke said. “My favorite part was forcing myself ...

Group of students head to Guatemala to continue volunteer work

Group of students head to Guatemala to continue volunteer work

Myla Wolosonowich, Writer

November 5, 2015

Submitted by Michael Fabatz Members of the school and community will be taking a mission trip to Guatemala this December and again this coming June to help Dorie’s Promise, an orphanage, and other communities near it on several projects that will improve living conditions. On past trips, volunteers ha...

Marching band takes trip to MSU

Marching band takes trip to MSU

Samantha Campbell, Writer

October 27, 2014

The Fenton Marching Tigers traveled to East Lansing observe the Spartan marching band practice their show for the Michigan vs. Michigan State game this upcoming Saturday. Out of a band of 175 kids, 105 went on this trip. “I was excited to watch the MSU marching band,” sophomore Emilio Caballero ...