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Fleetwood in Top 6% of Schools in PA

February 13, 2020 by

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The Future Ready PA Index shows residents how each school is performing academically and which direction each school is trending. Fleetwood is performing second best in the county, right under Kutztown. Six years ago, when Mr. Stephen Herman was not principal, Fleetwood was in the bottom 15% of all high schools in the state. Now, […]

Gavin Milligan Has Hard Advice to Fleetwood Students

November 12, 2019 by

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Gavin Milligan, Fleetwood Junior and Marketing Manager of Advanced Comfort Specialists, has been performing well in the family HVAC business since his promotion earlier this year. He has been in charge of anything media, including managing commercials for the company. Gavin has managed commercials from production to airing. Apart from excelling in the business, Gavin […]

Field of Screams 2019 Scares Again

October 17, 2019 by

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The Field of Screams owner Jim Schopf invites student press out for an all-expense paid evening to his attractions. Attendees received four VIP passes, access to an open-air VIP lounge, a buffet, and the ability to skip all lines. Fleetwood students senior Kyler Tregear, senior Jamin Valick, and his younger brother Jaiden Valick attended this […]

Reporter Bio: Aaron Poper

October 9, 2019 by

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Aaron Poper was born on 16 December 2001 and is the youngest of four. His brother, Adam, is Fleetwood’s assistant Cross Country coach, and his brother, Ryan, served in the Navy and is becoming an officer for the National Guard. After finishing his senior year, Aaron doubts he will go to college. Going to college […]

German Club Makes Spaghetti Eis

June 19, 2019 by

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The German Club has a habit of making various foods from the German culture, such as black forest cherry cake. This time around, the club is going to make something a little odd. Picture a plate of spaghetti and a bowl of vanilla ice cream. Now mash the two together. Spaghetti eis is what the […]

Fleetwood Student Named Head of Marketing and Promotions for Advanced Comfort Specialists

June 10, 2019 by

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When you think of the word brand, you think of a company that can provide the services one needs. With that thought, someone might also think of how that brand makes him or her feel. When someone thinks of your own company and brand, you want them to feel positive and trusting of you. That […]

Fleetwood Varsity Cheer Squad Win Nationals

April 26, 2019 by

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In late February, Fleetwood’s varsity cheer squad competed in a nationwide tournament against other high schools known as the Cheer Movement National Competition. The country’s best squads would compete for the Grand Champion title. A lot has happened on  the way to the top, but Fleetwood was able to come out as number one in […]

Turning Point Arrives in Fleetwood

April 23, 2019 by

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Turning Point USA is the nation’s biggest conservative movement across thousands of universities and high schools. A common misconception of the organization is that it preaches Republican propaganda. In this day and age, there are various different kinds of Republicans. TP USA just focuses on promoting American freedom, the free market, and limited government. On […]

April Fools: FAMS Science Teacher Confirms Flat-Earth Theory

April 1, 2019 by

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FAMS science teacher Mr. Kyle Bollendorf went on a science expedition to put an end to the Flat versus Round Earth debate. What he discovered may be a shock. “I’ve heard rumors of the ridiculous ice walls situated at the edge of the ‘disc,’ so I decided to check it out,” Bollendorf said. His journey […]

The Future of Ray Tracing Has Arrived

February 15, 2019 by

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Modern-day animations can now have photo-realistic lighting due to a rendering method called Ray Tracing. Ray Tracing traces a path of light as pixels to generate an image based on the surfaces with which the light comes into contact. When the ray of light hits a surface, it can now reflect, refract, scatter, create dispersion, […]

New NHS Members Inducted

January 23, 2019 by

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National Honors Society is a group that people with outstanding grades, community service, and leadership qualities can get join. This February, Fleetwood’s seniors will be inducting the new NHS members. But, how much school dedication goes into becoming an NHS member? “You really have to take pride into your school work,” Junior Andrew Slusser said. […]

NASA Photographs Most Distant Object in Solar System

January 22, 2019 by

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NASA’s New Horizons probe photographed the solar system’s most distant object. The photos were received on New Year’s Day 2019. The object was given the name, Ultima Thule. When the Hubble Telescope first spotted Ultima, astronomers thought it was two objects orbiting each other. It turns out that Ultima Thule was one continuous “bowling pin”-shaped […]

German Club Participates in Making Gingerbread Houses

January 17, 2019 by

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Fleetwood’s German club will be etched into the school’s history for spreading German culture. In late December, the club met for a Christmas celebration of Gingerbread house creation. On Thursday, 20 December, the Fleetwood Area School District German Club met to continue their long-standing holiday custom. Again this year, they created fanciful gingerbread houses in […]

FAHS Interns Host Hidden Personal Techlab

January 4, 2019 by

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Mason Reimert and Corey Livinghouse have been interested in technology for years. Both of them serve on Fleetwood Area High School’s student help desk, which aids staff members with tech problems. Currently, Livinghouse is interning with Fleetwood’s IT department. The two run a complex tech lab out of Reimert’s basement with the help of Thaddeus […]

Voyager 2 Leaves Solar System

November 15, 2018 by

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Mankind’s second object to enter interstellar space finally did so after forty-one years. Voyager 2, designed by the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, launched 20 August 1977. Its mission was to observe the Jovian planets. Voyager 2’s twin, Voyager 1, launched 16 days later and became the first man-made object to enter interstellar space. Aboard the probes, […]

Bootes Void: What is it?

October 22, 2018 by

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Have you ever heard of the Boötes Void? It may sound like science fiction or dark magic wizardry, but it is not. The Boötes Void is very much existent, in the sense that not much exists inside of it. The geographical center of America is 2.6 miles Northwest of a Kansas town called Lebanon. It […]

FAHS Marching Band Celebrates P.T. Barnum

October 11, 2018 by

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P.T. Barnum, a classic American icon, founded the Barnum and Bailey Circus. Unfortunately, the circus closed its doors in 2017. A musical film entitled The Greatest Showman was created in honor of the legacy Barnum left behind. The FAHS band brings back New York City’s best circus through music directed by Mr. Charles Ebersole. He is […]

Reporter Bio: Aaron Poper

September 26, 2018 by

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Born on 16 December 2001, Aaron Poper views his birth with a high responsibility, for he is the only one of his kin that is likely to reproduce. As the school year begins, Poper spends every first period with Mr. Houp. In his own words, “I joined journalism for Mr. Houp.  I didn’t know this […]