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Shelton and Yearbook Club Awarded Again

March 30, 2012 by

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Technology education teacher Sara Shelton and her yearbook team had another great year of journalistic success in 2011. Their yearbook, for the fourth time, was awarded second place from the Columbia Scholastic Press, second place from the National Scholastic Press, and first place and Outstanding Special Edition from the American Scholastic Press. The Columbia Scholastic Press […]

Easter Holiday a Celebration of More Mere Christianity

March 30, 2012 by

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Paganism and fertility are two things most people do not associate with the “Easter Bunny,” the legendary rabbit who brings colorful eggs filled with sweets to children on Easter Sunday. Easter, as most know, is the Christian celebration of the resurrection of Jesus Christ, which begs the question…What does a rabbit with a basket full […]

Simmeria Hires New Head Chef

March 29, 2012 by

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Thinking about taking your significant other out to dinner? Are you going out to lunch with a group of friends? If so, Fleetwood’s Simmeria restaurant may be the right place for you, especially because of its new chef who is bringing some fresh items to the Spring menu. Chef Albert Sinisi started as food stylist […]

Cortazzo Defends Invisible Children and Kony 2012

March 29, 2012 by

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Joseph Kony. Who is he? Where did he come from? What does this “Kony 2012” movement mean? What has this man done to generate such popularity? Joseph Kony is the head of the group called the LRA (Lord’s Resistance Army). The LRA is a group made of radical theologians who force their ideals upon the […]

Favorite Ice Cream a Good Indicator of Personality

March 28, 2012 by

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Many enjoy the creamy, cold taste of ice cream–unless they are lactose intolerant. People have their favorite or usuals, the flavor they always get or crave. But have you ever considered that your favorite flavor of frozen dairy also explains your personality? If you like Vanilla… You’re a straightforward person without much personal flair, but […]

Fleetwood NHS Members Inducted

March 28, 2012 by

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On the 29 February at half past six, Fleetwood inducted it’s new class of National Honor Society members. The night started off with the women’s chorus, led by music teacher Catharine Williamson, singing the national anthem. Before the new members were inducted, NHS advisor and FAHS English teacher Debra Mahnken gave all the seniors their pins and […]

Misa’s Fugue Featured in Student Filmmakers Magazine

March 27, 2012 by

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Click here for the full text at StudentFilmmakers.com.