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Alumni Science Conference provides outlet, networking

Alumni Science Conference provides outlet, networking

Madison Sanders and Leannah Messenger January 31, 2023

On the snowy and icy morning of Dec. 23, 2022, Freedom Area High School held its first ever Alumni-Only STEM Conference. The goal of this conference was to provide an outlet for alumni to network with...

News in Brief

Madison Sanders and Brigette Richard December 21, 2022

STUDENTS OF THE MONTH  AWARDED High School awards Students of the Month for Dec. 2022. The theme this month was “Leadership”. Freshmen awarded were Addison Freeman and Bryson Deal, sophomores were...

Chorus, band host winter concerts

Chorus, band host winter concerts

Paige Young, Editorial Editor December 21, 2022

With the holiday season around the corner, there are a lot of festivities in the area. On Dec. 6, the high school chorus members took the stage with their teacher Ms. Jennifer Newman. The next week, concert...

Looking back on 2022

Looking back on 2022

December 21, 2022

While ringing in the new year, students and the community look back at 2022, reflecting on all of the events that left their marks, whether they struck nationwide or just in our communities.  Back in...

World against U.S.

World against U.S.

Luke Snavely, Managing Editor (Digital) December 21, 2022

Every four years, the World Cup offers players from around the world the opportunity to represent their nations in pure competition. Despite having many differences, countries come together in unison to...

Inflation still high, people spending record amounts

Inflation still high, people spending record amounts

Troy Pawlowski, Copy Editor December 21, 2022

The holiday season is here, and that means one thing to a lot of people; going shopping and buying or making gifts. Prices are at an all-time high, forcing almost everyone to think twice as hard before...

‘Structured Day’ focuses on reform, not punishment

Christopher Denkovich, Managing Editor (Print) December 21, 2022

The goal of all forms of education is to learn as much as possible while gaining a meaningful experience full of life skills. In order to reap the benefits of the public education system, students need...

DisABILITY event brings attention to disability struggles, frustrations

DisABILITY event brings attention to disability struggles, frustrations

Calla Reynolds, Asst. Editorial Editor December 21, 2022

On Dec. 8 and 9, Ms. Kennedy Carnahan, the life skills teacher for students with special needs, and her life skills class hosted a “disABILITY” event in the gymnasium. The event highlighted the everyday...

News in Brief

Madison Sanders and Brigette Richard November 30, 2022

High School Awards first T.H.I.N.K award  Ms. Maria Porter was selected as the first teacher to be recognized for the T.H.I.N.K. award. The award stands for five different qualities,  showing that...

Getting involved in classroom settings

Getting involved in classroom settings

Paige Young, Editorial Editor November 30, 2022

Getting hands involved in class activities is becoming more and more popular among class curriculums. Learning is no longer always sitting in a classroom listening to lectures, taking notes and reading...

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