For each day of National Scholastic Journalism Week, The Feather looks to highlight our editors. Every day will focus on a different editorial role and their position on the team. Today’s featured editor is junior Logan Lewis, Twitter editor.
National Scholastic Journalism Week highlights volunteer opportunities with this year’s theme, ‘Dedicated to Our Communities’. As voices of the FC student body, Feather staffers cover opportunities to volunteer around our community. Many of this week’s featured locations have been supported by FC Serve Day in past years. This spotlight is dedicated towards service opportunities available at Habitat for Humanity.
Biology teacher Dr. Karen Walters brings a bearded dragon as a new pet into her classroom, Feb. 7. Walters brings in pets to give students the curiosity and want to learn about them, giving them an incentive to gain knowledge in her class.
As the AP test season approaches students prepare by taking practice tests, Jan. 31. High school students around the world are currently taking AP courses to educate and prepare themselves for college.
International students Bonnie Yang, '19, Emily Ou, '19, and Serena Zhao, '20, help lead in the planning of this year's Chinese New Year celebration at FCS, Jan. 25. The students plan on having activities during lunch to share Chinese culture with fellow American students, Feb. 5.
High school student leadership puts on the annual winter sports rally during lunch, honoring winter sports players, Jan. 25. Teams recognized include: boys soccer, girls soccer, girls basketball, JV boys basketball and varsity boys basketball.
With the start of the new year, winter guard officially begins their competition season, Jan. 25. In preparation, the team practices during first period and after school. The team is led by coaches Alicia Gonzales and Michelle Rodriguez. They have been preparing for this years' winter guard season since the beginning of 2018-19 school year.