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Reese Brown

About Reese Brown

“Good friends are hard to find, harder to leave and impossible to forget.” Reese Brown, ’19, strives to reach out and help the community thrive ever since he came to FCS in junior high, He is looking for a good Police program to join for college. Volunteering on the weekends at church with tech, and some weekdays. The main opportunity is Breakaway during spring break. In total it adds up to at least two hundred and sixty six hours of service back to the community each year through the church and community service. With writing in The Feather for his second year in a row, in which his hope to surpass all expectations from last year to reach a new height with the help of friends plus the community that surrounds The Feather. Last year was a learning experience in which he saw the expectations of what it means to be on the feather team. He can’t wait to show what the lessons that he took from last year. The Feather will still be difficult, but he knows that the best has yet to come.

Spring 2018 FC sports box scores

By |2019-05-13T13:49:09-07:00April 20th, 2018|Athletics, Spring|

The Feather will be providing daily updates for all FC sports events through a series of fall box scores. We encourage people to check in and see how the high school teams are performing in their respective seasons. For more information on stats and team sports, visit Maxpreps and the FC athletics page.

PROFILE: Erin Wilson proves determination, leadership

By |2018-01-29T19:34:09-07:00December 14th, 2017|Features, Profile|

Learning what family is like does not have to happen at home. For some, relationships can be forged through competition and shared experiences. Friends and teammates can become family. Senior Erin Wilson grew up playing basketball. She began in elementary school because her peers told Wilson her height bolstered her skills . Since then, she has continuously played up to her senior year of highschool, only taking a break during freshman year.

PROMO: Varsity basketball seeks redemption in tournament, Dec. 15-16

By |2017-12-18T19:49:03-07:00December 14th, 2017|Athletics, News, Winter|

Boys basketball is wrapping up the last week of school with a basketball tournament at Madera Ranchos. The tournament will last two days of the week, Dec. 15, and Dec. 16. The first game of the tournament is against Liberty at 8 p.m. This tournament is for Varsity basketball, JV will have a separate tournament the same days but at home. Both of the players and coaches are very excited to redeem themselves after coming off of a three game losing streak. Wyatt Koop, ‘18, Varsity Captain is excited to play this weekend hoping to win some games. He hopes that this will break their losing streak and they can show others the team that they want to be.

Eighth grade prepares for annual U.S. Constitution test

By |2017-12-11T09:27:49-07:00November 30th, 2017|Features|

The famed Constitution test is the right of passage for campus eighth graders. The test, administered on the morning of Dec. 1, is followed by the 'State Dinner'. For numerous years, junior high teacher Hallie Rojeski has taught the Constitution because it provides students the knowledge of how the government under which they live works. 

Fall 2017 sports box scores

By |2019-05-13T13:50:01-07:00November 14th, 2017|Athletics, Fall|

The Feather will be providing daily updates for all FC sports events through a series of fall box scores. We encourage people to check in, and see how the high school teams are performing in their respective seasons. For more information on stats and team sports, visit Maxpreps and the FC athletics page. Compiled [...]

Evangelina Tello adjusts to new role on campus

By |2017-11-29T14:35:31-07:00November 8th, 2017|Features|

After working at FC for five years, academic advisor Michelle Warkentin has taken over as an academic counselor at Clovis Community College. Evangelina Tello has stepped up to the task of taking Warkentin's position of high school academic counselor. With a passion for making connections, establishing herself in the community and mentoring students, Evangelina Tello begins her first week as FC's new academic counselor, Oct. 27.

COLUMN: Calvin Crest counselors muse over 2nd-year experience

By |2017-11-09T14:08:29-07:00October 17th, 2017|Column, Features|

Every year during fall, JH teachers Terry Richards, Hallie Rojeski and another teacher take the 8th-grade class to Calvin Crest Outdoor School for a week. However due to the Railroad Fire, camp was postponed twice and rescheduled for a weekend, as it was the only space available.

PROMO: Choir and ensemble to perform at Fall Concert, Oct.9

By |2017-10-25T14:00:52-07:00October 8th, 2017|News|

Susan Ainley and the vocal music department are excited show off their talents, Oct. 9, at 7 p.m. in the main auditorium of Peoples Church. They have been preparing since the beginning of the school year for their Fall Concert in which will be staring ensemble and choir.

Homecoming for Humanity: Leadership add non-profits to fall program

By |2017-10-25T14:05:36-07:00October 4th, 2017|Features|

The theme for FC's 33rd homecoming is Homecoming for Humanity. Every class has chosen a non-profit organization to represent; the freshmen as Miss Winkles Pet Adoption Center, sophomores as Lanna Coffe, juniors as Hume Lake and seniors as Red Cross.

FC choir, Bellezza begins preparations for spring NY trip

By |2017-10-02T12:23:55-07:00September 27th, 2017|News|

The FC choir, FC ensemble and the JH choir are already preparing for their fall concert, Oct. 9. The concert will be in the Peoples Church main auditorium at 7 p.m. Each group will present their music for the upcoming Fresno Pacific University Choral Festival, Oct. 19.