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FHSD schools deal with repair costs that can be solved with bonds

By Shivania Bondada
Published: March 25, 2020
Photo by Gracie Bowman

What to Expect if Proposition S Passes

By Andrew Reese
Published: March 25, 2020
A student checks no on a piece of paper they recieved from a class mate. The school board is going sworn in new members in April. The board only has three available spots.

Meet the Candidates for the April Board Member Election

By Justin Brewer, North Star Reporter
Published: February 21, 2020
A hand reaches for a plate of brownies. The Board of Education will host an event called Brownies with the Board. The event will be held at the FHSD Admin building on Jan. 23. (Photo by Addy Bradbury)

FHSD Board of Education Hosts Meeting with Brownies

By Aadhi Satishkumar, North Star Reporter
Published: January 22, 2020
A car drives by FHN at the end of the school day. FHSD proposes an opportunity to save money on interest costs late last year. The Board of Education holds monthly meetings where they discuss issues involving money and other matters in the district. Recently they have decided on a ‘No Tax Increase Bond’ which they will discuss at the Jan. meeting. (Photo by Anna Hollinger)

Proposition S is Going on the April Ballot

By Macy Cronin, North Star Reporter
Published: January 15, 2020
A flag waves next to FHN, which was founded in 1983. In the past couple years rumors have been going around about a new school that is going to be built. The school board acknowledged the possibility that they are going to build a new school close to the soccer field, tearing down the one standing.  (Photo by Sarah Williams)

FHSD Polls Support for New ‘No Tax Increase Bond’ Issue

By Macy Cronin, North Star Reporter
Published: November 20, 2019
After school junior Brandon Bridgeman walks to his bus to go home. Starting in the 2020-21 school year, school will not be able to start until two weeks before the first Monday in September. “There’s so many things to consider in the calendar,” Lisa Simpkins, co-chair of the Calendar Committee, said. “There’s so many different perspectives and different ways to manipulate the calendar [that] affect different people in different ways.” (Photo by Sam Watkins)

New Missouri Law Forces Calendar Committee to Restructure 2020-2021 School Calendar

By Emily Hood, Executive Producer of FHNtodayTV
Published: October 2, 2019
A sign sits outside the Family Arena to show voters where to vote. This type of election happens on odd years and is used to determine which candidates would be chosen. Many locals came to the Family Arena and casted their votes on April 2.

Michelle Walker and Mike Hoehn Re-Elected to Board of Education

By Karsyn Williams, North Star Reporter
Published: May 1, 2019
Three Candidates Vie for Two Seats in FHSD Board of Education Election

Three Candidates Vie for Two Seats in FHSD Board of Education Election

By Leann Smyth, North Star Reporter
Published: March 27, 2019
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