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Herman Assumes the Helm at FAHS

January 31, 2014 by

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Fleetwood Area High School welcomed a new principal at the end of 2013. His name is Stephen Herman. Herman and his family moved to Fleetwood from Colorado so his son would be able to grow up around their grandparents. Herman is enjoying his role as the principal of Fleetwood Area High School so far. He […]

Random Profile: Jeffery Eager-Heffner Shares Hawaiian Experience

January 31, 2014 by

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Jeffery Eager-Heffner is a ninth grader at Fleetwood Area High School. He has played soccer since he was four years old for in both Fleetwood and in Hawaii. Three years ago, Jeffery and his family were asked to move to Hawaii for his father’s job. His dad is an associate at Target and is continuing […]

Random Profile: Painting with Jelly

January 30, 2014 by

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Guiguema Angelika Dacumos, also known as “Jelly” by her fellow students, has always been a very creative person, from her childhood to her teenage years. Jelly is very good at art, though she does most of her art work at home. Her favorite hobby to do during her free time is drawing and painting with […]

Random Profile: Rebecca Reinert Makes Music at FAHS

January 30, 2014 by

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Rebecca Reinert is a tenth grade student at Fleetwood Area High School. She is involved in a variety of activities in the music department, including band, chorus, and orchestra. “She is a great friend and is always there for me,” tenth grader Travis Foose said. She has been participating in the band for three years […]

Fleetwood German Club to Visit Deitsch Eck

January 29, 2014 by

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On 14 March 2014, Fleetwood’s German Club plans on visiting the Deitsch Eck Restaurant to experience local German culture. The restaurant was built in the late 1700s and was known as the Washington hotel, but it was destroyed in a fire in the 1900s. It was then bought by Johnny Ott in the 1930s and […]

Jameis Winston Takes the Heisman

January 29, 2014 by

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There’s no doubt that it is the most prestigious individual award in college football. The Heisman, which acknowledges the best player of the past season, began in 1935 and was named after John Heisman. “I think Jameis deserved the award.  He had an amazing season, and he ended up winning the national championship,” sophomore Matt […]

PA Offers Myriad Spring Break Travel Choices

January 28, 2014 by

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As the long cold winter starts to dissipate, the fresh air and warm sunshine of spring rolls right around the corner. Along with this fresh degree of happiness comes a much celebrated event in the school year, Spring Break. A time of laughter and fun, Spring break is a time of enjoyment before the final […]