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FAHS German Club Celebrates Oktoberfest

November 6, 2017 by


When Prince Ludwig married Princess Theresa, it started a 200-year tradition. The celebration started 22 September 1810 and ended 7 October. The reason it is called Oktoberfest is that it originally started in October but has changed to September due to weather. There are many traditions for Oktoberfest that people do. Some traditional food are […]

FBLA Attends Leadership Workshop

November 2, 2017 by


The Future Business Leaders of America at Fleetwood attended the Region 8 Leadership Workshop in September of this year. They excelled in the debate portion and in most cases came out on top. While they were at the Workshop, the students learned about The Alzheimer’s Association and the ways the student body could help the […]

April Fools’: Senioritis Now Recognized by CDC

April 1, 2017 by


Confirming longheld beliefs, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have finally and officially recognized Senioritis as a high risk mental disorder. “After years of clinical studies on at-risk demographics and research on potential biological causes and effects, we have confirmed that Senioritis is a legitimate health concern that we should monitor moving forward,” acting […]

Buddy Holly Lesson by Principal Herman

March 15, 2017 by


On 2 March, Principal Stephen Herman taught a lesson about musician Buddy Holly and his influence on music in the 1950’s. Buddy Holly was a rock and roll singer. He is known to  many as the person who started rock and roll. He inspired so many, including The Beatles, Bob Dylan, Elton John, John Lennon, […]

NHS Welcomes New Inductees

February 27, 2017 by


On 23 February, the Fleetwood Area High School chapter of National Honor Society held its annual induction ceremony. Each year, juniors and seniors are honored with induction. Students with a 92% grade average are  invited to apply. They are accepted on criteria including academics, community, volunteering, sports, music, etc., according to the Fleetwood Area High […]

Spring Student Teachers Arrive at FAHS

February 24, 2017 by


Fleetwood Area School District is hosting several Kutztown University student teachers, and starting this academic year, the student teaching program started running for a full college semester. “Yes, I do enjoy coming to teach at Fleetwood because it has a very inviting environment,” Mrs. Sarah Wilkinson’s student teacher Miss Milione said.  “The students and staff […]

Are National Standardized Tests Better Than Local-Controlled Education?

January 27, 2017 by


There will always be a debate about whether national standardized tests help more for education than local control of Education, or vise versa. Both of these teaching methods work, but they can work in different ways. National standardized tests are done by all the schools in the U.S. and local control of Education is done […]