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St. Louis Renaissance Faire [Photo Gallery]

St. Louis Renaissance Faire [Photo Gallery]

Published: October 21, 2020
Senior Alanna Hollins poses in her class colors. (Photo by Sam Watkins)

StuCo Kicks Off Back-To-School With Spirit Week

By Sam Watkins
Published: September 20, 2020

FHSD Sues JUUL

By Gabriel Lobato, Videographer
Published: January 6, 2020
Mary Hendricks-Harris has been the superintendent of FHSD since 2016. She is retiring after years of being in the district and she hopes to make the most of her time left. (Photo by Phoebe Primeau)

Superintendent Mary Hendricks-Harris Plans to Retire

By Sophie Carite, Editor-in-Chief of FHNtoday
Published: October 2, 2019
Rehearsing their lines, junior Megan Miller and sophomore Bryce James practice for the upcoming play “Lion and the Mouse Stories”. The play was preformed on Sept. 26, 27, and 28. The next two plays are set to happen in late November and early April. (Photo by Anna Hollinger)

Drama Club Puts on Three Plays Instead of Two

By Julia Sampolska, North Star Reporter
Published: October 2, 2019
During the school day, music plays over the intercom for students walking through the halls. Songs can range from country to rap, as long as it’s school appropriate. “It’s a good idea and people being able to recommend songs is cool,” junior Brandon Bridgeman said. (Photo illustration by Addy Bradbury)

New Policy Allows Students to Play Songs Over the Intercom

By Ivy Lowery, North Star Reporter
Published: October 2, 2019
At the snack table, junior Brandi Stover hands money to a parent volunteer. The snack table has a variety of snacks for students and staff members to choose from. The money collected will go towards the Senior All-Knighter. (Photo by Allie Moore)

Snack Table Remains in Business After Almost Shutting Down

By Aadhi Satishkumar, North Star Reporter
Published: October 2, 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
At the football game on Sept. 6, sophomore Rylie Miller plays the alto saxophone in Knightpride’s new marching band show, “Freeze.” This is Miller’s second show with the band. “I enjoy experiencing band memories with my friends,” Miller said. (Photo by Avery Witherbee)

Marching Band Trains for Competition Season

By Julia Sampolska, North Star Reporter
Published: October 2, 2019
[From left to right] Head Principal Nathan Hostetler poses with Howell of Fame Inductee Donna Malkmus. Two District representatives, Deanna Kruse and Adam Corbitt, presented Malkmus with the honor.

Chemistry Teacher Donna Malkmus Inducted to the Howell of Fame

By Madison Abanathie, FHNtoday Managing Editor
Published: April 4, 2019
Senior Sarah Moore helps students sign up for the HOSA Dance Marathon on Friday, March 8.

HOSA Prepares for Second Dance Marathon on March 8

By Sydney Ellison, North Star Reporter
Published: March 8, 2019
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