Messer has attended FCS since kindergarten and is considered a "lifer". When I think of Fresno Christian, I get an overwhelming sense of familiarity. FCS has been my second home for as long as I can remember. From sitting in the afternoon kindergarten class of Amy Witters to receiving an [...]
From coast to coast and throughout America seniors do not get to finish their final high school year as they traditionally would, April 15. Due to COVID-19 schools have been canceled for the rest of the year. Schools continue classes with a different method of learning at home, via Zoom classroom meetings and online work.
Multiple Fresno Christian teachers give an insight on their daily routine during this time off of school via The Feather instagram stories, April 3. The teachers are given a designated day to show and walk you through what they have been up to.
Families across the globe continue to stay inside during the Coronavirus pandemic, April 2. COVID-19 continues to spread rapidly with almost 1 million cases throughout the world. As the number of cases rise more people stay inside. While gyms, fitness clubs, and exercise classes are closed across America it can be difficult to stay motivated a get a workout in.
Over 197,467 COVID-19 cases have been diagnosed at 2:55 p.m., March 17, with hundreds of national events canceled. In response to COVID-19 (Coronavirus), national collegiate and professional sports, as well as many school districts and universities have either suspended or canceled events over the last month. California Governor Gavin Newson has [...]
Flu season continues as the Coronavirus spreads to more than 99 countries, March 10. Flu season has been at its high during the beginning of fall through the end of spring. Over 56,000 people die from the flu every year with 12,000 people dead from Oct. 1, 2019 to Feb. 1, 2020 only in the US.
Andrea Donaghe's English 12 class begins to read 'The Bridge of San Luis Rey' written by Thornton Wilder, March 5. The true story portrays the lives of five individuals who were involved in a traumatic accident killing all five of them.
Editor in chief Addison Schultz continues to strive for excellence as this is her third year apart of The Feather Online. Schultz not only is apart of The Feather but participates in Sister to Sister, CSF (California Scholarship Federation), volleyball, and owns her own calligraphy and art business. Schultz ultimately joined The Feather because of her sister Kamryn. But, once she noticed how much she saw her skills improve and how she thrived, she continues with it.
I look at my years of high school and do not know where I would be if I did not join The Feather Online. This newspaper not only is a place to share news, opinions, reviews, or columns, but it is a family. This community continues to work together and have each others backs when needed the most. You always have someone to push you out of your comfort zone and do something you never though you would ever do. Whether that be interview a well known individual or write an article that is near to your heart.