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FAHS Journalism Looks a Little Different This Year

June 4, 2021 by


“Getting to be in journalism, I get to see what is going on around me,” sophomore journalist Jessica Kopycienski said. Journalism has been a part of Fleetwood Area High School for a long time. Existing records show that next year will be its 30th year, but there is a strong possibility it has been going […]

Senior Art Wall Displays FAHS Student Creations

May 29, 2021 by


“For the seniors in senior art, it’s their way to show off what they’ve done throughout high school,” senior Abby Kile said. Every year for the art show, Fleetwood Area High school allows seniors in senior art to showcase all of their art. They each have a section of the art hallway to put any […]

Fleetwood Track and Field Strong in Spite of COVID

May 7, 2021 by


“It’s fun to hang out with people with the same interests as you, sports-wise,” senior Abby Kile said about her experiences on FAHS’s track and field team. This year, track and field is a little different due to COVID safety measures. Masks are mandatory most of the time, and concession stands seem to be a […]

FAHS to Host Blood Drive

April 21, 2021 by


“I do the blood drive because it is nice to be part of being bigger than myself, and it is nice to spend my time doing something that I know will benefit others, especially during this COVID time,” student Sacha Joseph said. Fleetwood Area High School has been working with Miller-Keystone for over fifteen years […]

Fleetwood Swimming Goes to Districts

March 26, 2021 by


The co-op Fleetwood and Muhlenburg swimming team went to Districts this year with eleven swimmers from Fleetwood participating. This is the third year for this co-op with Muhlenburg, and two seniors, Olivia Downs and Sarah Fisher, went to Districts Saturday, 6 March. Eleven swimmers from Fleetwood went to districts in total, and many are also […]

Fleetwood Mock Trial Team Completes Round 1 of Regionals

March 4, 2021 by


“I know our team is very strong. But there’s always uncertainty when judges and jurors are evaluating us,” Mock Trial Advisor Mrs. Molly Sherman said. This year, Fleetwood’s Mock Trial team has been going through trials for the District competition. While it’s different because of Zoom, the team is doing well, so far winning all […]

Snow Days Look a Little Different This School Year

February 24, 2021 by


“I think it would be cool to have a full spring break instead of snow days,” sophomore Casey Batz said. Winter came this year and it came with a vengeance compared to last year. The groundhog even saw his shadow, so winter’s going to be extended. Again. This year, due to the hybrid schedule of […]

Students, Teachers React to the Start of a New Semester in Hybrid Instruction

February 7, 2021 by


“The first semester went well. I didn’t fail anything,” freshman Kaitlyn Geist said. Now that students and teachers have experienced a semester figuring out teaching styles, how to work technology, and the new changes to their internal clocks, most are better prepared to take on new classes. This year has been unlike any other year, […]

A New President Is Inaugurated

January 26, 2021 by


“I will always fight for you. I will be watching and listening. I wish the new administration great luck and great success. They’ve the foundation to do something really spectacular,” former President Donald Trump said. On 20 January 2021, Joe Biden was inaugurated as this country’s 46th president, and Kamala Harris became the first female […]

COVID Affects Sports and Small Businesses

January 16, 2021 by


“The Governor is in an unenviable position.  He needs to balance public health with mental health and economics,” Coach Zeller said. COVID has been hitting hard on all of us, but small businesses and sports might be the ones who are getting hit the hardest. “I feel bad for those who have lost their jobs […]

School Lunch Funding Decreases Amidst Pandemic

December 2, 2020 by


Only a quarter of students are eating lunch from the cafeteria this year; even fewer are eating breakfast. Even though the school lunches and breakfasts are free, only a quarter of kids are getting lunch from the cafeteria, which lowers the USDA funding to be able to provide these meals because they do not receive […]

Mock Trial: Another Year, Another Victory?

December 1, 2020 by


“People do not win people’s fights. Lawyers do,” aerospace businessman Norman Ralph Augustine said. Over 300 high school student teams from across the state have the opportunity to act as lawyers and witnesses in simulated civil and criminal trials before actual judges and panels of juries. Lawyers volunteer to assist students as team advisors, scorekeepers, […]

Boys’ Soccer Having a Good Season Despite COVID

November 3, 2020 by


It’s another season for Boys’ Soccer, but will they go as far as they did last year? Boys soccer was off to a slow start with two losses in a row, but as the season draws to an end, they have won six consecutive games. The only thing left to see is if they will […]

Sacha Joseph and Kenny Au Win Homecoming Court

October 19, 2020 by


On Wednesday, 7 October, Kenny Au and Sacha Joseph were crowned King and Queen of homecoming during a live stream.  Last year, Mamadou Jalloh and Michaela Kaskey were crowned King and Queen of Homecoming. For Fleetwood, Homecoming has been around for a long time. “I’ve heard about Hallway Decorating occurring since the early 2000s, and […]

Homecoming Court: Who Are They?

October 12, 2020 by


“I am super surprised I’m on Homecoming Court! People keep congratulating me and it’s weird but it’s super sweet!” senior Kenzie Miller said. Ten seniors were voted on this year’s Homecoming Court and have shared their thoughts about the dance, grade competition, and predictions for the final vote. Homecoming is a special day for each […]

Reporter Bio: Madeline Ammon

September 22, 2020 by

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Madeline Ammon is a sophomore at Fleetwood High School who is excited by journalism.  She hopes she can acquire new the skills that will benefit her as a future lawyer. Madeline is wickedly smart and determined to be the best in everything she does.  Outside of school, she is an amazing soccer player. Hobbies Maddie […]