Spicy Uno offers a more enjoyable, interactive game for those who enjoy fast paced action. This version of Uno will keep you on your toes, with additions of hand-eye coordination and the power of silence.
Dancers practice as builders and painters prepare props for the upcoming Break the Barriers production, “A Nutcracker like no Other”, Nov. 17. The show is based on Tchaikovsky's "The Nutcracker". Dance and gym coach, Katie Hale appreciates the inclusivity of Break the Barriers performances and the detail placed into the productions. During her third Nutcracker production, she is responsible for on-stage props.
On Nov. 13 in room 508 in building 5 from 3rd to 5th period there will be a CSU application workshop for any seniors interested in applying for or getting assistance from a CSU rep about what college they want to attend. Students will be able to have assistants from admissions rep from the CSU system. They will help the seniors with making sure their applications are free of any errors and to answer any questions the seniors might have.
For those who find playing board games interesting, Crazy Squirrel Game Store provides the perfect opportunity for people to compete against each other and play different types of games. Located on Bullard and Fresno St., the game store offers an extensive selection of board, mini, card and roleplaying games that apply to people of all ages. Written by Cohl Obwald.
Tinkering with electronics and technology as a child, senior Kyle Friesen finds his passion in video gaming, whilst also creating a career out of the hobby. Friesen has attended FCS since kindergarten, making him a lifer. He enjoys the socialization, apart from video productions and history class, at school and feels it is necessary for later on in life and helps people become more well rounded.
Each class opens with a greeting to each student, and a reading of Psalms. Teacher Scott Falk emphasizes the importance of scripture reading. He began in Psalm 1 and continues to read daily, moving through chapter 20. Returning to the school that brought him joy and created his passion for teaching, newly instated Bible teacher and vice principal Scott Falk takes on a familiar challenge by instructing the younger generation. During the last decade, Scott Falk has instructed students at Institute of Technology (IOT) on Herndon Ave teaching general education classes like psychology, ethics, philosophy, English, speech, algebra, business class, accounting, professionalism and office systems.
“I am one of the teachers that help organize it, the students are ultimately the ones running the event. What I like most about SYATP is that the students voluntarily come to pray for their community, fellow students, and school. I enjoy the fact that it is student-led, both in leading prayer and putting together the worship. See You at the Pole is another way for the school to come together as a body and worship Jesus.”