Browsing All posts tagged under »Profiles«

April Students of the Month Are Kylie Frain and Sacha Joseph

May 16, 2021 by

0

FAHS faculty recently named Kylie Frain and Sacha Joseph students of the month for April. Frain is the daughter of Barry and Stacey Frain of Blandon. Her future plans include attending Kutztown University. Frain has been involved in the following clubs/activities at Fleetwood Area High School: Film Club (President), Interact Club, Future Business Leaders of […]

Au, Deturk Named January Students-of-the-Month

May 2, 2021 by

0

The Fleetwood Area High School students of the month for January 2021 were Kenneth Au and Hunter DeTurk.  Au is the son of Hon Chuen Au and Ly Lan Sul of Blandon. He aspires to attend college for computer science, focus on game science, and get married. Au has been involved in the following clubs […]

Seaman and Baez Sign Letters of Intent

March 2, 2021 by

0

Wesley Seamen and Alexis Baez kicked off their college careers by signing letters of intent. A letter of intent is a bonding agreement the school gives a student. Writing these letters is a big step in an athlete’s life, one that helps them to accomplish their dreams in sports.   These two Fleetwood athletes chose to […]

November Students-of-the-Month Named

January 30, 2021 by

0

The students named Students-of-the-Month by the FAHS faculty for November were Julia Spanier and Sarah Davenport. Sarah is the daughter of Matt and Stephanie Davenport of Fleetwood. Her future plans include attending college as a biology major before continuing to medical school. Sarah has been involved in many clubs/activities at Fleetwood Area High School, including, […]

Famous Internet Cat Passes Away

February 17, 2020 by

0

Born 21 June 2011, Lil BUB was an Internet-famous cat who touched the hearts of many. She was the runt of her litter, and it was immediately clear she required special care. She was known as a polydactyl cat (meaning she had extra toes), she suffered from an extreme case of dwarfism, and she sported […]

Seniors Mikayla Moats and Kevin Bartosh Sign Letters of Intent

February 6, 2020 by

0

In 2019, seniors Kevin Bartosh and Mikayla Moats signed their National letters of intent. Kevin’s was for Penn State track-and-field, and Mikayla’s was for East Stroudsburg University soccer. Both students feel as though, after they signed the letters, they were stress-free. “It takes some pressure off me. I still need to keep working hard in […]

November’s Students of the Month Recognized

January 16, 2020 by

0

Two students at Fleetwood Area High School were honored as November’s Student of the Month because of their dedication and contribution to the school and community. Emma Crissman believes she was chosen because she maintains good standing with her teachers and always tries her best in school and her extracurricular activities. Zach Haas believes he […]

Meet Wesley Seaman: The Junior Who Does It All

January 15, 2020 by

0

Fleetwood junior Wesley Seaman is a jack-of-all-trades. Wes plays goalkeeper for the soccer team while also punting and kicking for the football team in the fall. In addition to soccer and football, Seaman is the catcher for the baseball team in the spring. Wes has been a part of both the soccer team and baseball […]

October Students-of-the-Month Announced

January 14, 2020 by

0

Two Fleetwood Area High School Students were honored as October Students of the Month for their hard work and dedication to the school and community. The October 2019 honorees are Andrew Slusser and Yanling Chen. Andrew Slusser is viewed as an incredible role model and conscientious student at Fleetwood. He participates in tennis, soccer, basketball, […]

September Students-of-the-Month Honored

January 13, 2020 by

0

Every month, the Fleetwood Area High School faculty has a meeting to choose two hard-working students, one male and one female, to be the students-of-the-month. The September students of the month were Andrew Menet and Emma Templin. The two were chosen for their hard work and dedication in school. In order to become a student […]

Banana Case Becomes FAHS Celebrity for a Day

June 17, 2019 by

0

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 […]

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

June 10, 2019 by

0

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 […]

Woman Gives Birth Twice, 26 Days Apart

June 7, 2019 by

0

Twenty-year-old Arifa Sultana of Bangladesh recently gave birth twice within one month. How is this possible? Sultana has a condition called uterus didelphys. It is a rare congenital abnormality in which a woman has two separate uteri. In a female fetus, the uterus starts out as two small tubes. Normally, as the fetus develops, the […]

Belgium Hosts European Gull Screeching Championship

May 31, 2019 by

0

“OOU OOU OOU, OOU OOU OOU OOU OOUU OOOU!” Sound like a seagull? Think again. That’s just a human impersonating a seagull. Belgium now hosts the European Gull Screeching Championship every year. Hosted in Adinkerke, Belgium, the contest is in its second year. Contestants came from all around Europe, including the countries of France and […]

Rob Gronkowski Inducted into Hall of Fame

May 29, 2019 by

0

After nine seasons of dominating defenses, Rob Gronkowski decided it is time to hang up the cleats. Not only is Rob Gronkowski a Hall of Famer for how he played on the field, but he is also remembered by his wild actions outside of sports. Clips of Gronk have surfaced the web of him dancing […]

3 Victims From the Parkland Shooting Commit Suicide

May 23, 2019 by

0

A shooting never ends with the last bullet; it continues to live on with the survivors and the memory of violence. This was proven true all in one week when three innocent people took their own lives; they had one thing in common: all of them were victims of school shootings. Over the course of […]

Justin Kramer and Abigail Ryan are March Students of the Month

May 20, 2019 by

0

Every month, two students, one male and one female, from the senior class are selected by faculty as the Students of the Month. These students who are selected receive a special parking spot and a gift card to a place of their choosing. For the month of March, both students proved to be some of […]

Empire Star Jussie Smollet Allegedly Stages his Own Attack

April 25, 2019 by

0

Empire star Jussie Smollett, 36, has been charged with felony disorderly conduct after falsely reporting an alleged hate crime. Smollett actually staged the whole ordeal simply to gain publicity in order to get a raise in his salary. The following is a brief timeline of the events leading up to today. 22 January 2019: A […]

FAHS Faculty Names February Students of the Month

April 5, 2019 by

0

Every month, two students from the senior class are selected as the Students of the Month. For the month of February, two well-deserving candidates were chosen. Seniors Samuel Schappell of Tiger Times renown and Leah Dewald have been selected by faculty and staff as February’s Students of the Month. Both receive a gift card to […]

FAHS Students of the Month for January Named by Faculty

March 19, 2019 by

0

Every month, two students, one male and one female from the senior class, are selected by Fleetwood Area High School faculty as the Students of the Month. These students who are selected receive a special parking spot and a gift card to a place of their choosing. For the month of January, both students proves […]

FAHS Welcomes Mr. Gaston Back to Teaching

February 19, 2019 by

0

After almost three months, Fleetwood Area High School is pleased to welcome media teacher Mr. Sean Gaston back to the building. On Thursday, 18 October, Gaston was driving to school when he was rear-ended by a distracted driver. After the collision, Gaston lost control of the car and, while attempting to fix the direction his […]

Spain’s Miss Universe Contestant Becomes First Transgender Participant

January 25, 2019 by

0

Angela Ponce, better known as the Miss Universe Spain contestant, became the first ever transgender contestant in the competition. Twenty-seven-year-old Ponce did not win the competition, but she was not upset with the outcome. The model stated it was an “honor and pride” to make history concerning the pageant. “This is for you, for those […]

Mother Adopts Daughter’s Killer’s Friend

January 24, 2019 by

0

Mollie Tibbetts’ mom adopted her daughter’s potential killer’s family friend, Ulises Felix. Her actions boiled down to an option between revenge or humanity. Revenge was letting Felix stay homeless, and humanity was letting him have a family again. Laura Calderwood chose humanity. Mollie Tibbetts was killed in July of 2018 by Cristhian Rivera. Rivera was […]

Kranis and Legget Selected as Students of the Month of December

January 22, 2019 by

0

Every month, two senior students are selected by staff as Students of the Month. For the month of December, seniors Joshua Leggett and Samantha Kranis were selected. Both students are well-deserving of the award and recognition they’ve received. Joshua Leggett, the male Student of the Month, is also highly involved in his extracurricular activities and […]