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Fleetwood Experiences Pre-Holiday PRIDE Day

January 14, 2015 by

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Fleetwood Area High School enjoyed a school spirited PRIDE day right before Christmas break! The students interacted with each other and participated in many different activities the school staff had arranged for the day. This day brought the students together by creating festive decorations for classroom doors. “I thought it was fun!” junior Xavier Gonzalez said. […]

Students Create Awareness about Oral Cancer

January 13, 2015 by

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Dental Occupations students from BCTC, sophomores Jordan Reaser and Christina Rudderow of Fleetwood, along with students Gabriella Gallina of Boyertown and Jasadee Marquez of Governor Mifflin, joined together to inform their fellow peers about the consequences of Oral Cancer. Through their community awareness project, they strengthened the relationship between themselves and fellow peers by setting […]

FBLA Fundraiser Beautifies Fleetwood

January 13, 2015 by

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Fleetwood Area School District’s Future Business Leaders of America, also known as FBLA, held their annual flower fundraiser in December. For twenty dollars, patrons would be able to receive a bouquet of flowers every month for the whole year of 2015! That equates to less than two dollars per bouquet. “I think this was a great […]

Tyler Emge Inducted into Fleetwood Hall of Fame

January 12, 2015 by

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Tyler Emge was inducted into Fleetwood’s Hall of Fame. He is number 32 and the running back of the varsity football team. Emge has been playing football since he was five-years-old. “I’m proud of my brother and hope to follow in his footsteps,” freshman Luke Emge said. Emge’s running yards are well above the national average, […]

Camaranno and Fullington are 2014’s Last SotM

January 12, 2015 by

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Every month two students are selected by the faculty to be students of the month at Fleetwood Area High School. The students who were selected for the month of December were Katrina Fullington and Joe Camaranno. Some of the criteria for being selected are working hard and being upstanding citizens. Katrina Fullington works very hard and […]

Frau Moll Introduces Students to German Christmastime

January 9, 2015 by

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Modern languages have five domains: listening, reading, writing, speaking, and culture. “All of those things are important, but culture is definitely the most fun!” German teacher Frau Christine Moll said. The German students went on two different in-district field trips. They went to the Fleetwood Area Middle School to do a presentation and make crafts […]

Heffner Is December’s Teacher of the Month

January 9, 2015 by

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Congratulations to Mrs. Dina Heffner for being selected for teacher of the month in December. The faculty and staff vote on who gets teacher of the month. “No, I don’t think I am old or wise enough to be selected! It’s such an honor. I thought more experienced faculty members would be nominated. I’m honored […]

Random Cheese: Who Is Your Favorite FAHS Teacher?

January 8, 2015 by

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Sophomore Zack Hadeed said, “Mrs. Castiglioni, because she is wonderful… and a fantastic friend.” “Mrs. Hilbert, because she’s chill and I like her class,” freshman Jacob Wildermuth said. Freshman Sahamshlia Rodriguez said, “Ms. Schlott, because she is sweet and cool.” “Mr. Farr, because he is really a cool teacher,” sophomore Ounor Mosley said. Junior Kayla […]

2015 Promises Diverse Cinema Entertainment

January 8, 2015 by

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The New Year is coming around fast, which means there will be lots of new movies coming out as well. It is expected that there will be over 200 movies coming out in the year 2015: some great and some not so great, but that’s for viewers to decide! Here are some interesting new movies […]

Lacy Death a Suicide or Lynching?

January 6, 2015 by

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Lennon Lacy, a seventeen-year-old from North Carolina, was found dead at a neighborhood park. He was found hung from the frame of a playground swing. Reporters and investigators originally suspected suicide but eventually changed their minds. Lacy’s mom disagreed with the prospect of suicide, saying her son would never do such a thing. She believes […]

Foles Out for Seven weeks

January 6, 2015 by

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Nick Foles broke his collarbone on 2 November 2014 from a hit by linebacker Whitney Mercilus of the Houston Texans. Foles is expected to be out for at least 6-8 weeks. He has a crack in his left shoulder, which is his non-throwing shoulder. Aaron Rodgers, the quarterback of the Green Bay Packers, missed seven […]