The Student News Website of Francis Howell North High School.

The Student News Website of Francis Howell North High School.

The Student News Website of Francis Howell North High School.

All content by Hannah Wilson
KOE Hosts Luncheon For Seniors

KOE Hosts Luncheon For Seniors

Published: April 5, 2019
Chronic Illness, Chronic Disruption

Chronic Illness, Chronic Disruption

Published: April 3, 2019
Students attend the 2018 Prom on Friday, May 4. Juniors and seniors participated in
the Prom Fashion Show for a fun night and to help raise money for the dance. The fashion show is put on annually by the Junior Delegates

Prom Fashion Show Returns to the Stage

Published: February 25, 2019
Senior Jada Jones poses with a card that has her name spelled in Japanese. Jones encountered some difficulties in school due to the difference of language and spelling. The letter “J” in Japanese has a negative connotation, so she had to spell her name with a “G.”

Jada Jones Lives in Japan for Two Years

Published: January 23, 2019
Senor Amber Pryor holds a Prop Learn sign outside of a polling booth on Apr. 13. The FHN Young Democrats stood outside polling
stations in the FHSD area to convince voters to vote in support of the tax levy. Prop Learn failed by a mere 3%, forcing the Board of Education to start thinking of new ways to save money. (Photo submitted)

Prop Learn Fails to Pass

Published: May 3, 2018
During a board meeting, superintendent Mary Hendricks-Harris, chief communications and community relations officer Matt Deichmann, and chief operations officer Kevin Supple discuss the funding for extracurricular activities if Prop Learn gets passed.

District Introduces New Proposition

Published: March 22, 2018
Senior Aaliyeh Habibi and junior Alex Connolly play Uno. Habibi helps the Teen Club every day after school. They participate in activities such as baking, board games and crafts. Teen
Club is a branch of Community Living. Community Living offers different social opportunities, employment opportunities and support services for kids and adults with special needs.

There’s No “I” in Teen Club

Published: March 8, 2018
Most teenagers have the tendency of texting and driving, the thought of setting down their phones being unheard of. Phones have had some negative impacts on teenagers in their daily life. From decreasing grade point averages to deaths from distracted driving, the usage of phones can have major impacts. (Photo by Rachel Kehoe)

The Problem With Phones Today

Published: May 3, 2017
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