As campus eighth-graders study in anticipation of the upcoming constitution test, any break from studying is well-received. As in years past, the relief comes in the form of a day trip to the Ronald Reagan Museum, located in Simi Valley, on the outskirts of Los Angeles. The library, which also doubles as a museum focuses on the life and accomplishments of Ronald Reagan the 40th president of the United States, and mediator between the United States and Russia helping bring the Cold War to an end.
Superintendent anticipates high marks on report Over the 2017 - 2018 school year Fresno Christian is in the process of renewing its ACSI, Association of Christian Schools International accreditation and WASC, Western Association of Schools and Colleges accreditation. Fresno Christian is one of 20 double accredited schools. The WASC accreditation is a requirement for high schools across the [...]
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Home economic students traveled to PE teacher Mick Fuller’s home to finish their food systems unit by processing chickens, Nov. 4. In total, the group harvested the carcasses of 10 chickens during the two-hour stretch. Kimberly Bell, home ec. teacher progresses through her second year of teaching and continues to introduce new skills and techniques. “Mr. Fuller approached me with this idea of processing chickens over the summer,” Bell said. “I’ve never done anything like this before and we study about it in our food systems unit so I thought it would be a great chance for students to see how their food is produced.
The 98th Fresno Veterans Day Parade was held in downtown Fresno, Nov. 11. A Black Hawk helicopter and three vintage Air Force planes flew over downtown, beginning the parade just after 11 a.m. This year, Fresno’s celebration ranks as the largest Veterans Day Parade in the nation with more than 20,000 people participating, For years, the Fresno event was touted the largest west of the Mississippi River.
The Feather brings its readers weekly FC campus announcements published the first day of each week. This week coverage is from Nov. 13 - 18, 2017. As the sports schedule gets underway, consider supporting JH and HS athletes at our home games. The week's athletic events are listed in the weekly announcements below.
Fresno Christian will be hosting their second and last California State University (CSU) application workshop, Nov. 15, for current seniors. The workshop will begin at 9 a.m. and end at 12 p.m. in Room 508 in Fresno Christian's Building 5. Laptops and admission representatives are being provided for the students. The representatives that will be there are to help guide and answer any questions that students may have during the application process.
This is the 11th episode of FC Underground, 2017-’18, covering the week of Nov. 13 – Nov. 17, 2017. FC Underground is a weekly vlog co-hosted by junior Alexander Rurik, senior Cayla Rivas, sophomore Logan Lewis, and junior Kamryn Schultz, filmed and edited by senior videographer Jaden Ventura. This vlog shares weekly news from the campus of Fresno Christian High School. This week's announcements include information about club meetings, lunch items, and of course choral director Susan Ainley's music muffins being sold every Wednesday morning! Be sure to share and comment to spread this week's announcements. The editors and film staff welcome additions, suggestions, and events to cover or promote each week. Please email [email protected], drop a note in advisers Greg Stobbe or Kori Friesen’s office box or bring your suggestion to the publication lab. The list of all events discussed in the video can be found down below. For the complete list of events featured in this weeks FC Underground, continue scrolling past the video. If there are any events or information that you know have changed, please let us know so we can update any incorrect information.
On November 11, 1918, in a railroad car near the Western Front, an armistice was signed to end World War I. That same day became known as Armistice Day and eventually Veteran’s Day, a day to remember the sacrifices made by veterans of conflicts.
The Spanish III class will be going to the Mexican restaurant, Toledo's, to practice their Spanish speaking abilities, Nov. 15. Spanish teacher, Rachel Rodriguez, has announced and explained to them that they are to speak Spanish the entire time.