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MHS to host Pi Day celebration tomorrow

Kai Larsen, Staff Writer

March 12, 2020

Tomorrow, Math Honor Society will host a Pi Day celebration to educate students on the mathematical constant Pi, the ratio of the diameter to the circumference of a circle. “We’re trying to encourage people to learn a specific...

Process of selection for StuCo members to change this year

Hannah Blagg, Staff Writer

March 10, 2020

Applications for Student Council are due March 27 and the process of selection has changed for the 2020-2021 council. “We felt like a popular vote wasn't exactly reflecting what we wanted,” Student Council sponsor Jessica...

Entrance policies implemented for student safety

Roland Tomsic, Graphic Artist

March 9, 2020

New entrance policies require students and visitors who enter through the front doors to go into the main office area, where they can be checked in or be let into the building by an internal staff-operated buzzer system. “Through...

Lunch lady finds home in lambkin family

Corrinne Tallman, Staff Writer

February 27, 2020

Lunch Ladies greet hundreds of students a day, armed with a smile and a plate of hot food. To withstand the oncoming wave, they must prepare for hours before the lunch rush, usually working without Bray is a nutrition specialist...

Parent-teacher conferences to occur Feb. 20

Sadie Buggle, Editor in Chief

February 14, 2020

To give parents and guardians an opportunity to communicate with teachers before the end of the quarter, they are now able to sign up for parent-teacher conference appointments through ptcfast.com. “Having parents involved...

Plan to relieve traffic flow to go into effect today

Olivia Sherwood, Staff Writer

January 21, 2020

Today, buses will begin dropping off and loading students in the McNeal parking lot. Student and staff parking in McNeal lots will remain the same but parent pick-up will move to the front of the building. “Buses are now p...

Health risks of vaping surfacing

Rue Robertson, Writer

December 16, 2019

Patients reported chest pains, weight loss, nausea, vomiting, and fevers. A number of cases resulted in a whole range side effects possibly ending with being sent to the hospital. Some have died. All of this is caused by one...

Counselors accepting add, drop this week

Rue Robertson, Writer

December 16, 2019

Those interested in making changes in their schedules for next semester will have the opportunity to add or drop classes between Wednesday, Dec. 18, and Friday, Dec. 20. Only curtain reasons are acceptable for making a schedule...

FCHS to host NoCo Honor Band concert

Emily Fox-Million, Social Media Manager, Editor

December 16, 2019

25 students were welcomed into this year’s assembly of Northern Colorado Honor Bands. “For northern Colorado, there are three honor bands,” Band Director David Miles explained. Of those groups, NoCo Honor Band is comprised...

Course information event coming January

Emily Fox-Million, Social Media Manager, Editor

December 16, 2019

In an effort to inform students still deciding their future classes, class rush is scheduled to take place Jan. 8-9 in the spine. Starting at the beginning of common lunch tables will be set up with information about classes...

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