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Dorney Park Haunt Terrifies

October 31, 2016 by

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On 23 September, Dorney Park Haunt opened up for the first time this season. At Dorney Park, there are many new attractions that were added for the Haunt season. The biggest difference between The Haunt and Dorney Park during the summer is the actors walking around. There are clowns, vampires, and sliders. Sliders are the […]

Fleetwood Holds Blood Drive Honoring Steward

October 31, 2016 by

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It only takes a pint of blood to save lives. This year, the school blood drive was on 18 October. It was held in honor of Kiley Steward, a junior who tragically passed away right before the start of the school year. Her class continues to remember her. Miller Keystone, the local blood center, worked […]

Boys Basketball Season Looms

October 28, 2016 by

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The boys basketball team is starting up again. The season is looking exciting for the boys, as they come in as a very young team with a lot of experience and skill. Last year, the team only had two seniors, and one of them was out for the season, so the team really only played […]

Hubble Photo From 1995 Shows a Different View of the Universe

October 28, 2016 by

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Most people assume that the universe we know is quite big. Compared to the rest of the universe, humans are a speck that we often overlook in the scheme of things. Nearly twenty-one years ago, the Hubble space telescope was sent into space with some hope of new advancements in our knowledge, and it came […]

Fleetwood Holds Annual Pink-Out Football Game

October 27, 2016 by

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On 14 October, Fleetwood had their annual Pink-Out football game. Fleetwood lost to Exeter, 42-0. Because Exeter is one of the top teams in the county, the Tigers played with an ability like no other. The team played with heart, and the sight of the score on the scoreboard was shocking for everyone. As of […]

Beloved Teacher, Ann Henderson, Retires

October 27, 2016 by

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Over Ms. Henderson’s many years teaching at Fleetwood, she developed a strong bond with her students and fellow staff members, becoming one of the most respected teachers in the school. Henderson graduated from Exeter Township Senior High School in 1972 and obtained degrees from a variety of institutions, including her principal’s certification from Temple University. […]

Senioritis: Is It Real?

October 26, 2016 by

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What is Senioritis? Senioritis is described by Google as “a supposed affliction of students in their final year of high school or college, characterized by a decline in motivation or performance.” Many high school students experience this decline in their final year. This happens more often after being accepted to college. They lack the motivation […]