The home feed is refreshed. Close to 23 new posts have been added in the last 10 seconds. Petty issues over sleep deprivation and a longing to go home control the majority of news for students, but hidden in the mix is something of greater value. “Mike Janes @fhnactivities : Brenton Griffith and Brandon Chac [...]
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Sell 12 tubs of cookie dough and you will receive a FREE 2012-2013 Yearbook and earn entry to our drawing for $100. Yearbooks are $55 at registration so this will be one less fee you’ll have to pay that day. Orders are to be turned in to the yearbook table at registration July 26 – 27.
Attention Juniors and parents of Juniors: During a homeroom on May 17, all juniors were taken to the Auditorium for an informational meeting regarding their Senior picture for the yearbook. They were given a flyer and a representative from Lifetouch/Prestige explained the process.
Over the past two weeks, boys grades 5-12 have been participating in basketball camp to prepare them for the basketball season. With the instruction from varsity coach, Bill Moyer, the boys have been absorbing the knowledge of basic fundamentals. “The sooner they learn the fundamentals, the better.” Moyer said. Moyer describes the camp as 90% [...]
Young adults across the nation are saying “YOLO,” tweeting “#YOLO” and breathing “YOLO.” The phrase covers the Internet and their school notebooks. But it’s not enough. YOLO’s motivation to live life to its fullest seems to be limited to just a small part of high-school-aged people in America. They do a sufficient job with promotion [...]
Back in the kitchen at Timothy’s Irish Pub, sophomore Kayla Sanders prepares a scrumptious plate of Irish cuisine. Timothy’s has been passed down throughout Sander’s family for generations, beginning with her step-father’s parents. Sanders spends her time in the kitchen cutting veggies, restocking food and cleaning up the work area. “Sometimes, when other waiters are [...]
Check out the The May 2011 Senior edition of the North Star Newspaper.
Until sophomore, Jessica Olsen, gets her first laugh from the audience she is full of nerve no matter how many times she has performed on stage before, especially this show, since this is her first time directing.