Hannah Villines, ‘21, runs the ball down the field in the 2019 Powderpuff tournament, April 12.
Students in sixth period Spanish lll bring desserts to class inspired by a hispanic country they chose, March 8. Students created a slide show explaining their dessert, the origin of the dessert, the ingredients, and the process to make it.
Third period economics groups present their Econ Fair project prototype to the class, March 6. Products include nachos, cookie dough, french fries, fried rice and reverse tie dye shirts, amongst others.
History teacher Robert Foshee’s world history students show their C.I.A. Stalin projects to one another, March 6-7. Students partner up in pairs to create a file on USSR dictator Joseph Stalin to go along with their unit 6: Russian Revolution.
Each year, the valley of Yosemite National Park fills with tourists looking to admire the annual 'Firefalls'. Nature lovers travel from both out of the state and out of the country in hopes of catching a glimpse of this natural wonder.
For each day of National Scholastic Journalism Week, The Feather looks to highlight our editors. Everyday will focus on a different editorial role and their position on the team. Today’s featured editor is sophomore Addison Schultz, senior editor.
Four members of The Feather staff and adviser Greg Stobbe travel to Fresno Police Headquarters to meet with Police Chief Jerry Dyer, Feb. 20.