Senioritis epidemic


Written by Jaren Gisner A massive outbreak of the virus senioritis has broken out and swept across the nation, as high school seniors prepare to graduate.  Senioritis is not an outbreak that can be contained or cured. Ultimately, if you are a senior, it is inevitable. You cannot escape it, is here, much like flu … Continue reading

Food Waste


By Bevan Clauson Towers of food are made and consumed every day. This food gets moved from the kitchen to the plate, leaving almost no left-overs. The cafeteria tables fill with students eating off of their plates. After the fast pace munch, the students disperse around the school and the trash cans are left filled … Continue reading

District 51 Girls’ Swim and Dive Chmpionships By Natalie Weber


At the District 51 Girls’ Swim and Dive Championships, an FMHS relay team broke a school record. The 200 yard freestyle relay team broke the school record time, completing the relay in 1 minute, 46 seconds and 88 milliseconds. The previous record time was 1:47.61, set in 1999. The new record was set by Brielle … Continue reading

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

Senior athletes sign to their future schools


By Blaine McCormick, Sports Editor Signing day. A national holiday for many schools around the nation. On Feb. 4, 2015, six Fruita Monument athletes inked their names onto certificates signifying their future athletic/academic plans. Sarah Benton, Mackenzie King, Courtney Coffey, Micheala Hoffman, Sawyer Robison, and Dylan Row were the featured athletes that day. “Everything was … Continue reading

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