Feather head dresses on and buckskin dressed worn, Amy Witter's critters prepare to go sing at Sunrise Senior Living, Nov. 18.
Take the time to leave your comments on what you plan to do during FC spring break. Spring is here, the sun is out and the flowers are blooming, March 27. There will be a week long break for FC spring break, March 30-April 7. Enjoy time in the sun with [...]
For the first time in five years, the Night of the Stars venue is changing to Wolf Lakes, March 28. NOTS (Night of the Stars), is this Saturday, March 28. This annual fancy evening will take place at Wolf Lakes, beginning at 5:30 p.m. and ending at 11 p.m. We would like to [...]
Former Feather editor-chief Brianna (Stobbe) Phillips brings her newborn baby, Autumn, to show new grandpa adviser Greg Stobbe. Greg Stobbe's granddaughter Autumn Phillips came to visit him today in the publications lab, March 27. Today was dubbed, "The Baby" day. Mother Brianna (Stobbe, '06,) Phillips was an Editor in Chief of The Feather when [...]
Each year Fresno Christian students volunteer with Peoples Church youth at Breakaway and sleep in tents during spring break. Breakaway is a multi-church city wide collaboration built around the foundations of service and worship, March 27. Breakaway will begin Monday at Peoples Church; volunteers from different parts of the city will work together [...]
Elementary, junior high, high school and ensemble will all be leaving bright and early and travel to San Luis Obispo, March 27. Director Susan Ainley is taking the choir to perform in the Cal Poly Choral Festival from 9 a.m.-12 p.m., followed by going to the beach in Cayucos.
After battling and overcoming addition, FC alumna, Megan Tatham, returned to speak in chapel, March 26. FC alumna, Megan Tatham, now 29 years old returned to speak in chapel, March 26. Tatham was raised in Peoples Church and came to FC in fifth grade. Through out middle school and high school she switched [...]
After anxiously waiting to hear the magical phrase "The Feather Online Gold Crown" to ring out through the packed auditorium inside of Columbia University's Lerner Hall, staffers thirst for excellence was finally quenched, March 20. The Columbia Scholastic Press Association's Digital Gold Crown is the highest honor that the CSPA bestows upon any scholastic publication.
Katie Reneau taught her 6th grade class size scaling using mathematics, practicing on how to make cracker boxes to scale, March 26. In Katie Reneau's 6th period class, they practiced on how to make items to scale, March 26. Reneau taught her students how to make things to size scaling using [...]
Kori Friesen, left, talks to prospective AP students about the upcoming Advanced Placement history classes that will be offered next school year. Photo adviser Kori Friesen talks to students about the upcoming AP history classes that will be offered next school year. AP US history and AP European classes will be offered to high [...]