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Climate Change Continues Encroachment

November 12, 2018 by

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  In just over a decade, if the human population does not change its ways, the effects of climate change will become irreversible. Reports say the world’s coral reefs will die off as soon as 2040. This is within many of the current population’s lifetime. Climate change has been an increasingly prominent issue within the […]

Boys’ and Girls’ Soccer Going to Counties

November 8, 2018 by

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On 16 October, a cold Tuesday night, the Fleetwood boys’ and girls’ soccer teams traveled to Tulpehocken High School to compete in the county semifinals. The boys started at 5:30 and dug right in. They scored two goals with twelve minutes left in the first half and scored a late first half goal to make […]

Fleetwood Area School District Hosts Community Forum

November 7, 2018 by

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The Fleetwood Area School District hosted a community forum on 11 October 2018 to discuss information presented regarding enrollment and demographics in the district. The district brought in Charles Watters of the Pennsylvania Economy League and James Thompson of Thompson Associates Architects and Planners to present information from studies they performed. The district held this […]

Wilkinson in Charge of SAP Bulletin Board Monthly Themes

November 6, 2018 by

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English teacher Mrs. Sarah Wilkinson, secretary of our school’s TAP team, has taken on the role of running our SAP Bulletin Board Monthly Themes. The idea was brought up in one of the TAP team’s weekly meetings, and Wilkinson happily volunteered to take it on. Awareness is something she has become very passionate about. “It […]

Fake National Honors Society Scams Students

November 5, 2018 by

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A misleading honor society is scamming high school students across the country. The National Society of High School Scholars misleads students into thinking they are joining the National Honor Society and asks them to pay a $60 membership fee. The NSHSS sends a letter of invitation over the summer to high school students. The letter […]

Brett Kavanaugh Confirmed to U.S. Supreme Court

November 2, 2018 by

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Brett Michael Kavanaugh is an American judge and lawyer who served as an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court. Kavanaugh graduated from Yale University with a degree in American History. President Donald Trump nominated him to the Supreme Court on 8 July 2018 to fill the position vacated by retiring justice Anthony Kennedy. Before Kavanaugh […]

FBLA Partners with Fleetwood Bank

November 1, 2018 by

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FBLA is teaching kids to save! The group  has officially partnered with Fleetwood bank in July. Their plan is to teach kids from kindergarten to twelfth grade to save. FBLA has many activities planned to promote their message. The student representatives of this project are Brooke Gorman, Caitlin Bower, and Faith Readinger. All three girls […]