FHS Press

‘It must be nice to have summers off’

Staff Editorial

June 1, 2019

In a society where everyone is told to try their hardest, teachers are doing exactly that. They wake up to come to work and hopefully teach future generations and lead them on the path to success. Because of their teachings, stu...

23 and me

23 and me

June 1, 2019

Students should pursue academic, professional interests outside school

Cole Skuse, Business Manager/Copy Editor

June 1, 2019

As the end of the year draws near, so does scheduling. Students might look at the list of offered courses and really wish more courses were on that list, but sadly, they aren’t on there. Due to limitations, not everything can...

It’s bigger, it’s better

Sam Covalt, Asst. Editorial Editor

June 1, 2019

Bigger is always better. Whether it be a bigger TV, a bigger house or a bigger car, they always have their benefits. So, a big school is always better. Right? What is beneficial when it comes to big schools? It seems daunti...

The smaller, the better

Jalynn Falk, Staff Writer

June 1, 2019

Attending a small school provides students with many benefits, such as one-on-one help from teachers, having many friend groups and knowing almost all of the students in the school. Small schools may not get as much attention f...

Toxic love sells

Toxic love sells

June 1, 2019

Human euthanasia gives people one final choice

Mason Hedge, News Editor

April 30, 2019

A terminal illness can be defined as “a disease that is incurable and usually results in the death of the patient diagnosed with it.” With that definition in mind, being diagnosed with a terminal illness sounds like utter...

Playing the blame game

Playing the blame game

April 30, 2019