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Ms. Moll Invites Students to Join German Club

November 12, 2019 by


 The German Club, led by Frau Christine Moll at the Fleetwood Area High School, gives students the ability to experience a fun side of German language and culture without academic expectations.  The club is one of many clubs provided by the Fleetwood Area School District in which students in grades six through twelve are free […]

Gavin Milligan Has Hard Advice to Fleetwood Students

November 12, 2019 by


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 […]

Record Number of Students Participating in Internships

November 11, 2019 by


The tides of Fleetwood Area High School are changing after a record-breaking number of students are participating in Internships. Senior Daniel Arisme loves to talk about the ins and outs of his internship experience. He has an internship at a physical therapy ward. Arisme has to do seven-and-a-half hours of work a week. Those seven […]

Field of Screams 2019 Scares Again

October 17, 2019 by


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 […]

Fleetwood Football Starts Strong

October 16, 2019 by


The Fleetwood Tigers’ football team has turned its program around. They have improved offensively and defensively, all with the help of a new offensive game plan and some new players. With losing seasons since 2014, the Fleetwood Tigers now have a chance of having a very successful year. The team has had a strong start […]

Teens Lung Collapses Due to Vaping

October 15, 2019 by


In 1997, about 36.5% of teenagers smoked. Teenagers getting hooked on nicotine is not a new concept. However, electronic cigarettes are. For years, scientists have studied cigarettes and the effects they have on the human body. However, the concept of vaping is still fairly new.  As of September 2019, 380 lung illnesses have been reported […]

Mental Illness Is More Common Than You Think

October 15, 2019 by


“Mental health problems are common, but help is available,” write.  With increasing knowledge about mental health issues, there is also an increase of different stereotypes surrounding people with mental illnesses. Many people who deal with a mental illness can sometimes feel that there is no one to talk to, yet many people are willing […]

Fleetwood Homecoming Offers a Wide Range of Events to Show School Spirit

October 10, 2019 by


What’s a better way to spend a weekend than to join Fleetwood Area High School in various fun events to show school spirit?  Homecoming at Fleetwood Area High School is a fun and creative way to bring the student body together. There are many activities for students during the school day as well as after. […]

Reporter Bio: Alyssa Padilla

October 9, 2019 by

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Alyssa Marie Padilla was born on 27 October 2001. She is a senior at Fleetwood. Padilla went to Wilson until tenth grade before coming to Fleetwood. Padilla’s favorite subjects are English and History because they are easy and fun, but she dislikes math and science. Padilla currently works at Blandon Pharmacy. In the future, Padilla […]

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 […]

Reporter Bio: Amber Weiss

October 9, 2019 by

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Amber Skye Weiss was born on 17 June 2002. She is currently a senior at Fleetwood Area High School. Over the course of her high school career, Weiss participated in chorus and the school newspaper. She favored English and history classes over any other classes. Weiss is not entirely sure what she wants to do […]

Reporter Bio: Tyler Hartline

October 9, 2019 by

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Tyler Hartline was born on 20 November 2001. Besides himself, Tyler has two younger brothers who are twins. Hartline claims to have Acrophobia, also known as the fear of heights. When asked why or how the phobia developed, he replied that there was no real reason behind it. If Tyler could become any animal, he […]

Reporter Bio: Alexa Long

October 9, 2019 by

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Alexa Starr Long is a senior at Fleetwood Area High School. She was born on 18 March 2002, in Reading, PA, and has lived in Fleetwood her whole life. Long has an older sister, Vanessa, and a dog, Stella. With the rest of her senior year, she plans to have fun while also keeping up […]

Reporter Bio: Anthony Penaloza

October 9, 2019 by

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Anthony Penoloza was born on 10 April 2002 in Reading, PA. He is currently a senior and has attended Fleetwood his whole life. Anothony’s earliest memory is a trip to Mexico when he was five-years-old. In his free time, he enjoys drawing as well as listening to music. His favorite artist is Lil Uzi Vert. […]

Reporter Bio: Jayra Chavarria

October 9, 2019 by

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Jayra Chavarria was born in Manhattan, NY, on 29 May 2002, to parents Blanca and Jairo Chavarria. She is involved in Tiger Times, Film Club, National Art Honor Society, and Student Council. English is her favorite subject to study, and she wants to pursue a degree in Fashion Journalism. Chavarria is currently the President of […]

Reporter Bio: Nisha Savino

October 9, 2019 by


Nisha Hope Savino is a diligent, comical, and kindhearted senior at Fleetwood Area High School. She was born in Brooklyn, New York, on 5 August 2002. Nisha is one of two children, the other being her sister, Grace Savino. Growing up, Grace had always been Nisha’s greatest influence. In most cases, she was the only […]

Reporter Bio: Veronica Nasados

October 7, 2019 by

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Veronica Nasodos was born on 17 November 2001 in an ambulance. Nasodos has five cats and one dog, adding up to a staggering six pets. Veronica enjoys drawing in her free time; she likes to draw anime, of which she is very fond. Reading and playing video games are other activities she likes to do […]

Reporter Bio: Aliyah Levy

October 1, 2019 by


On 19 September 2001 in Reading, Pennsylvania, Aliyah Levy was born. As a child, Aliyah favored reading because oftentimes, when she would be at home watching TV, “America’s Most Wanted” would come on, which would spark fear in the young girl because she felt as though the criminals would somehow get her. In her opinion, […]

German Club Makes Spaghetti Eis

June 19, 2019 by


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 […]

New Texas Bill Would Criminalize Abortions

June 18, 2019 by


Tony Tinderholt, a Republican state legislator, introduced a new bill into Texas. This bill would make abortion illegal with no exception for incest or rape. If abortion would occur under the new law, it would be possible to charge the woman with homicide and the death penalty because Texas allows capital punishment when homicide occurs. […]

Banana Case Becomes FAHS Celebrity for a Day

June 17, 2019 by


What’s yellow and looks like a banana? You might think it’s a banana, but you’d be wrong. It’s Mr. Houp’s banana case. English teacher Mr. Zachary Houp acquired the holder at a Tupperware party in 2013. He needed a new one after his previous one was either broken or stolen by his mother. The current […]

Local Pizza: Who Are the Winners and Losers?

June 14, 2019 by


The small town of Fleetwood delivers some good soccer, a tight-knit community, and some pretty good pizza around town. The Tiger Times set out to try a regular cheese slice at each pizza joint in Fleetwood and determine which place offers the best tasting slice. McKenah Rapposelli and Sam Schappell tried a piece from each […]

850-Year-Old Notre Dame Catches on Fire

June 13, 2019 by


On 15 April, the Notre Dame cathedral burned. The 850-year-old building was almost completely destroyed after firefighters had finally extinguished the blaze. The cause of the fire is still up for speculation nearly a month after the fire itself. French investigators reportedly believe that the fault was electrical wiring. Notre Dame itself was built in […]

Fleetwood Boys Tennis Prepares for Upcoming Season

June 12, 2019 by


The Fleetwood Boys’ Tennis team is preparing for their new season to get under way. The team is hopeful that they can use their depth to win a lot of matches this season. “We’re slightly better than the average team due to the depth of our lineups,” senior Justin Kramer said. The team is led […]