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FHS is off to a good start

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Submitted by FHS Maddie Phares and Aiana McLaughlin, along with the rest of their class, researched different organizations, groups, and individuals from colonial times in Mrs. Robbins’ dual credit American History class.

FHS is off to a good start to the school year. We have a new administrator, Nickey Reutzel, and nine other new staff members throughout the building to welcome. All of the new staff members are doing a great job, and our students are engaged in a variety of fun learning activities. 

Mrs. Robbins’ dual credit American History students researched different organizations, groups, and individuals from colonial times. Students then prepared a resume/profile for their respective topic. On the final day, students 

Submitted by FHS Students in Mrs. Lamb’s Algebra classes participate in MathLibs activities.

interviewed and taught each other about the different groups and people who lived during the colonial era. Students were required to bring a prop to represent their 

topic. There were many unique props from beards, to homemade hats, to a popsicle stick fort. The students had a great time learning about the early American colonies.

Submitted by FHS Lexi Rehkop, Sarinah Lewis, Ava Hovis, and Hannah Rehkop decorate signs in preparation for Homecoming Week Oct. 8-13.

Mrs. Lamb’s algebra classes participated in MathLibs activities. The classes had to rotate between math expression labs where they simplified expressions to get the answer to the puzzle. The questions are in varying degrees of difficulty, and the correct answers generate a funny story at the end when all the problems have been solved. It was such a fun approach to learning, and students enjoyed reading the funny Mathlib at the end. 

The leadership and marketing classes have been working on Homecoming planning since s

Submitted by FHS Carson Buford dresses the part while he works on his assignments.

chool started. Students have been creating flyers, posters, finalizing dress up days, and so much more in time to prepare for the week of October 8-13.

The Homecoming parade will be held the afternoon of October 8 to kick off the week of Homecomingfestivities in the schools and community. The game against Borgia will start at 7 p.m., October 13. Coronation and pre-game activities will take place before the start of the game. The semi-formal homecoming dance will be 7 p.m. to 9 p.m., October 14, in the high school gym. Keep an eye out for parade information, times, dates, and dress up days through the school’s social media sites. 


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