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FBLA Regional Conference Finds 2010 Home in Reading

September 28, 2010 by

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Fleetwood’s FBLA chapter is one of the best in Berks County, and on Thursday, October 14th, they will be attending the regional conference at Reading High School.  Mrs. Ackerman, who is not here for the 1st making period because of maternity leave, is the advisor for all of Region 8 as well as the advisor for Fleetwood High […]

Students Anticipating Homecoming Parade

September 23, 2010 by

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Every year the student body of Fleetwood High anticipates the energy associated with Homecoming week. This time of year is arguably the most spirited point on the school calendar. The centerpiece of this enthusiastic time is always the Homecoming Parade. The parade itself is a combination of floats created by the various clubs, groups, and […]

Linkin Park Continues Down the Road to Irrelevance

September 23, 2010 by

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Remember back in the early 2000’s when Linkin Park actually made original music? –Back when they had catchy riffs, anthemic choruses, and lyrics to which any angst-filled kid could relate? Those were good times. Sadly, those days are long gone. 2007’s “Minutes to Midnight” saw the group go into an almost mainstream style of rock, but […]

Ahearn Accepts Presidency

September 23, 2010 by

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Cale Ahearn, the newest president in the journalism club, originally moved to Fleetwood in second grade. In his third year with the paper, he wants to get more papers out than ever before. Cale also hopes to make this year’s paper more appealing to the population of Fleetwood High School. Cale had the following to say […]

FHS Faculty, Students Make Holocaust Documentary

September 23, 2010 by

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Tv media students are helping Mr Gaston and Mrs. Goss in producing a holocaust documentary through the stories of Frank Grunwald, a holocaust survivor, whom Mr. Gaston met at a Holocaust convention over the summer. Since there are many hours of footage, and since Mr. Gaston and Mrs. Goss are partnered only by James Hollenbaugh (a […]

Military Policy Interests Gaga

September 23, 2010 by

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Since 1993, about 13,000 military men and women have been discharged because of their sexual preference. The “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” Policy (DADT) was created in 1993 by Bill Clinton to regulate homosexuals serving in the military. The Senate is now voting on whether this policy should be revised or maintained. A poll taken by Pew […]

FAHS Artifact Succeeds through Visuals

September 23, 2010 by

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The art department is one of the most widely known departments in the Fleetwood Area School District, so when they decided to make a literary magazine, it was obviously destined for success. In 2002, the now famous Artifact was born to The Fleetwood High school. The Fleetwood Art Department wanted to put an artsy spin […]