Kindness Kicks Off in January by Rylee Martin

KIC week has always been a special time at FMHS. The idea of it is to remind people how important it is to be nice to each other. Kindness is contagious is the message senate hopes for us to take home. The main goal of KIC week is to re-install the idea that we should … Continue reading

Teachers vs. Finals by Kaitlyn McClelland

The long stretch is here and everyone is stressed out to the max. Not only are the students dealing with the stressful time of finals and scrambling to squeeze out an ‘A’ in another class or two, but we have to put up with the constant nagging of teachers to turn in all of our … Continue reading

Retro FMHS 1990’s By Natalie Weber

Though many students complain about pep assemblies and school activities today, they brought many FMHS students together in the 1990’s. “There was so many more people at games, varied people it seemed like and pep assemblies were amazing. We looked forward to them and everyone went,” said Leslie Anderson, a 1990 FMHS graduate. The Wild … Continue reading

New Year Glam by Ashley Howell

  Here it comes. It’s that special night of the year. It’s the beginning and the end. Why not end the year and start another year looking fabulous? New Year’s Eve is the one night a year where it is expected that you look absolutely extravagant and ostentatious. The sequins, the jewels, the elaborate makeup, … Continue reading

Monthly Story, (Weirdest/Worst Christmas Gifts) by Bevan Clauson

Christmas is a time of joy, a time of happiness, but mostly, it’s about presents. All of our hearts are set on that amazing, awesome, thrilling feeling when that wrapper is tearing off of our gifts. Our fingers itch to grasp paper, and then more paper, until the item we have begged and drooled over … Continue reading

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