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Students Compete in Trig Star Contest

June 15, 2016 by


Recently, math teacher Mrs. Melissa Dunn and her students participated in the Trig Star Contest. The Trig Star Contest is a math test that consists of four problems. Students have one hour to complete the test. The winner is a student who scored the highest. If more than one student has the same score, then […]

2016 Fashion Trends Model 80s

May 16, 2016 by


As we step into a new year, we say goodbye to our old clothing and start thinking about the latest trends of 2016. Styles have drastically changed over the years. The 80s are back! Bright colors, lace, and even new makeup trends have returned. Fashion trends even go as far as sunglasses. Ray Ban sunglasses […]

Motocross an Adrenaline-Filled Hobby

March 29, 2016 by


What is motocross? It’s not just a “sit down and ride” sport. Motocross is an extreme sport that originated in 1948 in France. By the mid-1970s, the motorcycle press still considered outdoor racing “real motocross.” “It’s beyond dangerous,” high school teacher Mark Cassolo said. First, improvements were made to two-stroke machines. They were made to […]

Random Profile: Katie Gorey

January 12, 2016 by


Katie Gorey is a junior at Fleetwood Area School District. She was born on 10 August in 1999 at the Reading Hospital. She is currently sixteen-years-old and came to Fleetwood in fourth grade. She has two older brothers. Katie is involved in volleyball as well. In her free time, she likes to hang out with […]

The Course of Tradition Never Did Run Smooth

January 11, 2016 by


A lot has changed since the 60s and 70s. Should there be some trends or traditions brought back? “I noticed some trends are coming back from that time, like high-waisted shorts and winged eyeliner,” high school student Adrianna Colon said. A lot of classic trends are coming back now from various time periods, high-waisted shorts […]

Stretched Ears Stretch The Boundaries

October 27, 2015 by


Styles and trends are constantly changing in every generation. Tattoos and piercings have seemed to evolve over time. A big trend you might see is stretched ears or facial piercings. “I think they’re expressive and more stylish because there are a lot more designs that normal earrings don’t have,” sophomore Sasha Boehm said. Stretched ears […]

Reporter Bio–Kyra Lea

September 30, 2015 by


Kyra Lea was born on 6 February 2000. Since then, Lea has developed an interest in a multitude of “extreme” sports and “radical” activities. When she was eight-years-old, her father introduced her to motorcross, and she has expressed that motorsports are one of her greatest passions. In her free time, Lea enjoys playing guitar, snowboarding, […]