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Snow, Snow Go Away

February 28, 2011 by

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When the topic of spring comes up, the first thing students think about is the warm weather and the end to snow. Many students have posted on their Facebook pages that they enjoy the snow days, but having snow a lot more than usual can get really annoying after a while. FAHS student Melinda Gotzy […]

“Car Surfing” Causes Deadly Wipeouts

February 28, 2011 by

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Have you ever wanted to go to a theme park but didn’t have enough money?  If you’re smart, your solution won’t be to go car surfing. The definition of “car surfing” is when someone stands or lies on the exterior of a vehicle while someone else is driving. The objective is to balance on the […]

LeVan’s Website Improves Student Diet

February 25, 2011 by

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Eating healthy is a recommendation that people hear often, but most people do not seem to really know what it means to truly be healthy in their eating habits. Fleetwood’s very own physical education teacher Carole Levan took it upon herself to help inform students of healthy ways to eat by creating a website centered […]

Random Cheese: What do you fear?

February 24, 2011 by

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Everyone has a weird fear or phobia with which he or she deals everyday.  Let’s see what other Fleetwood students and faculty fear! Tristessa Slesinski (‘12): “I’m scared of slender men.  And worms.” Mallory Christman (‘12): “I hate falling on ice. I hate ice, and I hate falling.” Josias Piri (‘12): “Oh! Razors…the hair ones. One […]

Does Aguilera Deserve a Second Chance at the Anthem?

February 23, 2011 by

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From a very young age, Christina Aguilera was well-known for her singing capabilities after she first appeared on Star Search at just ten years of age. She was also no stranger to television, making her appearance on The Disney Channel’s “The Mickey Mouse Club” from 1993 to 1994.  Aguilera has been in the spotlight of the […]

Fleetwood Finds Some Glee!

February 22, 2011 by

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Almost everyone has heard of the new television phenomenon Glee! It tells the story of a high school Glee Club and the adventures that ensue. Now Glee! has swept through the nation all the way to the doors of the Fleetwood Area High School. A Glee Club is a club in which people can sing […]

What Are We Celebrating on Presidents’ Day?

February 18, 2011 by

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Many people think that Presidents’ Day is to celebrate all of the American presidents, both living and dead. But the original celebration of Presidents’ Day was to celebrate George Washington’s birthday. The non-confederate states would also celebrate Abraham Lincoln’s birthday. A bill was eventually passed for Washington’s birthday to become a national holiday, and this […]