FHS Press

Is change a good thing?

Is change a good thing?

Jalynn Falk, Sports Editor

June 10, 2020

In a time as strange as now, many aspects of everyday life are different. Daily routines aren’t the same as before, the ability to leave home has been restricted and the opportunity to experience events such as a movie, concert or graduation no longer exists. Change, however, isn’t necessarily...

Saying goodbye to lifelong events and hello to the future

 Upon reaching graduation, many students will be having to say farewell to their lifelong passions.

Madison Snavely, Editor-in-Chief (Web)/Asst. Features Editor/Social Media Director/PR/Marketing Director

June 10, 2020

Bittersweet is the word some would use to describe milestones in life. When an important milestone approaches, a person is not only excited to have achieved it, but also sorrowful they have to move on. Life is full of new opportunities and greetings, while also filled with nostalgic goodbyes and having...

Co-editors-in-chief say goodbye to publication after three years

Even though Print Media seems like a bunch of work, it is also full of fun times that makes the large amount of work worth it.

Cade Skuse, Co-Editor-in-Chief (Print)/Copy Editor/Accountant

June 10, 2020

It has been three years since my first article for the “FHS Press,” and what an experience it has been during these past three years. In my three years as a member on the staff, I have held positions as an Assistant and Main News Editor, Copy Editor (all three years), fhs-press.com Editor-in-Chief...

Co-Editor-in-Chiefs say goodbye to publication after three years

The 2019-2020 print media staff poses for a photo with the 100th issue of the FHS Press.

Baylee Stewart, Co-Editor-in-Chief (Print)/Photo/Design Editor

June 10, 2020

March 12: the last day I stepped foot into room 226. I had an early dismissal this day and walked out of the classroom at 11:30 a.m. I had no idea I was not going back for the rest of the school year. If I would have known, I would have given every single one of my staff members a hug before I left. Each...

Healthcare workers need more appreciation in midst of pandemic

Leannah Messenger, Contributing Writer

April 30, 2020

Every day, healthcare workers put their lives on the line to care for others. They care for people during their most vulnerable time, no matter the circumstances, with no exceptions. Amidst this pandemic, some of the greatest heroes are healthcare workers. They stand on the front lines and help fight ...

What’s your sign?

Born anywhere from May 21 to June 20, Geminis are known to be gentle, curious and indecisive. The symbol Gemini is a pair twins, which relates perfectly since Geminis do not like to be alone.

Madison Snavely, Editor-in-Chief (Web)/Asst. Features Editor/Social Media Director/PR/Marketing Director

April 30, 2020

  One thing that every person has in common is that they have an astrological sign. No matter a person’s standpoint on zodiac signs, there are 12 signs that make up the zodiac: Aries, Taurus, Gemini, Cancer, Leo, Virgo, Libra, Scorpio, Sagitarius, Capricorn, Aquarius and Pisces. These sign...

Tragic time, Tragic care

a harsh reality that many are unable to see their family members in this tough time.

JoAnn Sharpless, Managing Editor (Online)

April 30, 2020

Although this time is hard for everyone at the moment, we all need to be aware of what we can do to help keep those we love safe. Many people are upset about being forced to stay home, not being able to go on their trips or spend time with their friends. Although this is a very hard time for everyon...

Misinformation a greater danger than ever

The fake news, it lurks around every corner. The public must take steps to guard themselves from such a formidable menace.

Keith Pawlowski, Editorial Editor

April 30, 2020

Misinformation is everywhere. In the age of the internet, bad actors can circulate fake facts faster than ever before. In the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, misinformation can be even more dangerous because people’s lives are at stake. In order to effectively combat the pandemic, people need accurat...

Empathy for the suffering, disappointment over effect of COVID-19 are not mutually exclusive

Staff Editorial

April 1, 2020

As the COVID-19 epidemic continues to become more and more serious, schools are continuing to push back the date that students are able to return back to campus. This means that events and activities are being cancelled, which is devastating to the student population. Seniors don’t have the option...

Breakfast doesn’t get enough love

A simple, yet delicious breakfast made in minutes from the comfort of ones home, using three healthy and very affordable ingredients.

Keith Pawlowski, Editorial Editor

April 1, 2020

Busy students rushing to get to school in the morning often put breakfast on the sidelines. This breakfast neglect is understandable. While the age-old saying “Breakfast is the most important meal of the day” has descended into myth, breakfast is an underrated meal of the day. The mass appeal ...