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NORTH STAR 08.06.14 • Volume 29 • Issue 1 Francis Howell North St. Charles, Missouri
North’s D E I F I L A SS
Top Tweets From Summer
Meet 10 Presidents
Lessons From Alumni
JOIN A CLUB
OTHER FHN CLUBS StuCo
German Club Art Club Class Delegates Anime Manga Club Mu Alpha Theta
Becoming involved at school can be one of the best choices you make in high school. Below is a look at some of the many clubs North has to offer
Jazz Band Symphonic Band Diversity Club Ecology Club Senior National Honor Society French Club Scholar Bowl Teens Advocate Smart Choices Junior National Honor Society Sign Language Club African American Leaders Future Business Leaders of America
FCCLA Science Club Gay Straight Alliance Marching Band Color Guard Volunteer Knights Young Democrats Games Club Chemistry Club Fashion Club Newspaper Yearbook Digital Media Jazz Band Concert Choir Speech and Debate Knightsound Chorus Marching Band Color Guard Treble Choir DECA Robotics Young Republicans
see a complete list of clubs at goo.gl/YsZnaE
Senior Stone Birkner flips on an inflatable at the 2014 KOE picnic on May 2. Students can qualify to be invited to the picnic each year through various academic achievements, including attendance and GPA.
KOE Diane Holmes, Rm 231 & Lindsey Scheller 130
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"There are a lot more people involved in KOE which helps you get to know a lot more people at school.” -Rachel Elder,11 KOE stands for Knights of Excellence. Members in KOE put on American Education week for the teachers. KOE also hosts the annual picnic with inflatables and food.
Speech and Debate Joelle Sanders, Com 1
“My favorite part is seeing everyone on the team advance in tournaments and get better during the year.” -Luke Guerdan, 12 Speech and Debate participates in several tournaments throughout the year. Members of Speech and Debate work for weeks on cases, but also participate in more laid back things like laser tag. PAGE BY MAGGIE TORBECK & BRENDA ALVARADO
Aaron Manfull & Jordyn Klackner, Rm 26
Publications include award winning web, newspaper, yearbook, photo and video teams that anyone can join after taking an introductory class. They go on two national trips each year. This year, the trips will be to Washington, D.C. and Denver.
Some of the publications team takes an elevator selfie during their trip to the national conference in San Diego on April 9-13, 2014.
”I like being on Publications because you meet a lot of people that you never thought you’d be friends with.” -Sarai Esparza, 12
FBLA Melissa Trochim, Rm 17 & Lori Moore, Rm 20 ”I like being in FBLA because it gives you the chance to get involved in more than just your school. FBLA gives you the chance to meet people that will most likely be very important sometime in the near future.” -Chase Matthews, 11
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FBLA stands for Future Business Leaders of America. They compete and do role plays, and have social events like a trip to New York City.
Seniors Layna Scherff, Tabitha Castor, and Adrienne Davidson look out on New York City during FBLA’s 2014 trip.
Michael Leistner, Rm 160
”I like Art Club because I enjoy being able to spend time with people that like art as much as I do and work on projects that I am passionate about.” -Kyleigh Kristensen, 12
Art Club created more than 20 drawings of orphans in Cambodia through the Memory Project this past school year.
The Art Club holds meetings to work on projects. Last year members drew portraits of children in Cambodia. These portraits were sent to the children and photos of the children with the portraits were sent back to the artists.
Spanish Club Brian Santos, Rm 227
“Anyone can join Spanish Club, even if they don’t speak Spanish. I think others should join because you just have fun and eat food.” -Hannah Wilson, 12 Spanish Club plans social activities including laser tag, movie nights, bowling, and more. The club meets every other week. They also have a Day of the Dead party and a Cinco de Mayo party. Spanish Club celebrates Cinco De Mayo in the Commons each year.
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FHNTODAY.COM Stay updated on all things FHN through our newly redesigned publications-run website. Read stories, watch videos, and check out photos from the latest events going on at FHN.
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Check out helpful school links such as the FHSD website, calendar, and Parent Portal.
Catch up on the latest podcast from the FHNToday TV crew and get to know interestng information about some of the student body. See some of the most recent photo galleries, news articles, and other important events happening at FHN here.
Check out the online edition of the newest North Star.
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SAVE THE DATE
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At North there are many different events students can participate in, here are just some of the major things to mark on your calendar
Black & Gold Day “The thing I enjoy the most about Black and Gold day is that I get to perform and see all the new teams.”
Cross Country Team
Kayla Martinez, 10
“I enjoy dressing up, looking pretty, taking pictures, and going to the after parties. It’s a lot of fun.”
Music in Motion
For the second year in a row, FHN will host a marching band competition for schools from all over the area to participate in. FHN will perform as an exhibition band.
Tyler Masters and Jack Boden
Sipping on coffee or hot chocolate, students enjoy the talent of their peers. This event will be held in the Learning Commons. Lauren Tenenbaum
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Representatives from colleges discuss tips on preparing for the future after high school. Students can ask questions about specific colleges and their curriculum.
“My favorite thing is that everyone who is involved in the theater finally gets to be together and kick off the year by doing a play.” Ashley Cathers, 11
Operation Christmas Child
Students and staff volunteer to help wrap toys, school supplies, personal notes, and other items to send to children in need during the Christmas season.
Hannah Freitas, 11
Alexis Happe and Ethan Bond
This year Prom will be held at St. Charles Convention Center. The dance will begin at 6 p.m. and end at 11 p.m. Junior delegates are in charge of planning Prom. 08.06.14 FHNTODAY.COM 04
Use this menu bar along the top of the site to help navigate and locate what sport you want to catch up on.
This site is helpful for North’s sports fans to keep tabs on each sport and their accomplishments throughout the season
This is a slideshow of the week’s top stories. This includes player of the week, game recaps, or fan of the week.
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Here is where you can find recent stats and scores from each sports games. Stats are updated weekly.
If the slideshow goes too fast, here you can see a list of the most recent stories.
Here you can find each sport divided into separate sections to see stats, stories, and players from a specific type of sporting event.
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FALL ACTIVITIES Tryouts for fall sports began this Monday for fall sports and activities; here’s what’s happening this season
“ I like swimming for North because it gives me an opportunity to compete for my school and to race events I sometimes do not get the chance to do in club season.”
“The reason I enjoy playing football is because it lets me get out all of my frustration and aggression on people on the other team.”
Danny Bacon, 12
Sean Pirrone, 12
“I just love dancing with a team that enjoys the same passion and shows so much hard work to achieve the goals we strive for everyday. We all love each other and dance which makes Knightline want to represent North the best we can.”
“I like playing soccer because you get to hang out with friends and it is a good exercise.”
Drew Baker, 12 Cole Thomas
Kristina McKay, 11
Reiley Rufkahr and Monica Friedman
GIRLS TENNIS “Playing tennis is cool because it has an individual aspect along with a team aspect which makes it really fun.”
“I like running cross country because I’m good a good runner and I like competing. It also keeps me in great shape.”
Greg Criswell, 12
Risa Takenaka, 12 Emily Wilson
Greg Criswell and Chase Powelson
“I like playing golf because my dad and my grandpa play and every time you go out to compete it is a new challenge.”
“I like playing volleybal because I can forget about everything on the court. I’m excited that I won’t be the underdog this year and I have more high school experience.”
Sami Weyhrich, 10
Maleya Schmidt, 12 Maleya Schmidt
“Marching band provides a good family that is a lot of fun to be around. Also they are a good support structure for school.”
“ I like playing softball for North because it keeps me disciplined and in great shape.”
Austine Pauley, 11 PAGE BY RODNEY MALONE
Everyone should try to parti cipate in high school spo rts because it keeps you in shape and it helps you to get better at you r specific sport.” -D onnel Hawkins, 10
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MEET TEN PRESIDENTS
Find out a bit about ten of this year’s club presidents and see if you can tell when they’re bluffing and when they’re being honest
ALEX WEINSTOCK SENIOR CLASS
TESSA SMITH JUNIOR CLASS
ELISE GERTSCH FBLA
TWO TRUTHS AND A LIE -I have a pet frog. -I’ve been run over by a boat. -I’ve run a full marathon.
TWO TRUTHS AND A LIE -I spent eight hours putting “Tessa for Pres” on Hershey Kisses. -Anthony Lupo and I took 20 pictures for our campaign. -I got on the ballot the day before the vote sophomore year.
TWO TRUTHS AND A LIE -I don’t like pizza. -I read 20 books over Spring Break. -I hate texting.
“I ran for president for the ability to plan high school reunions, get people back together and reminisce about good times we had in high school. ”
“I’m so incredibly excited to be president this year. What I like about being in delegates is I am able to make things happen, and although it is a lot of work, it’s always worth it.”
“I love the club, atmosphere and people who are part of it. The club isn’t well known by many people so I wanted to take a leadership role and get more people involved and active.”
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NICOLE MORSE STUCO
EMMA PURSLEY BAND (DRUM MAJOR)
“I decided to join StuCo so I could share an opinion on dances and spirit. I wanted to make improvements on years past, so I went for higher and more important position this year.”
“I’ve grown really close to all the people and since it’s something that all of my sisters did, I’ve been around it my whole life. Joining the band was just natural for me. ”
TWO TRUTHS AND A LIE -My uncle was in the Olympics. -I’ve eaten an Oreo. -I played soccer for ten years.
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TWO TRUTHS AND A LIE -I have a niece and a nephew. -I’ve never been out of Missouri. -I hate going to the movie theater.
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HALEY HOLMAN Co-KOE President
BRENDAN ECKERT Co-KOE President
TWO TRUTHS AND A LIE -I’ve broken my wrist twice playing softball -I’ve been parasailing. -I have no siblings.
TWO TRUTHS AND A LIE -I’ve played the guitar for six years. -I’ve seen ZZ Top live. -I have a massive record collection.
“I was a youth ambassador for safe connections. KOE helped a lot with fundraising and made me want to join. I decided to go all the way and run for president.”
“Everything we do benefits students and teachers in a positive way and I thought it would be cool to be completely and totally involved in that.”
STONE BIRKNER DRAMA
BRENDA ALVARADO SENIOR NHS
MENSUR KOSO JUNIOR NHS
TWO TRUTHS AND A LIE -I’ve watched every episode of Gossip Girl twice. -I’ve been injured during every single sports season. -I was born in El Paso.
TWO TRUTHS AND A LIE -I came to America when I was 10 years old. -At one point, I was doing six hours of homework a night. -When I was little, I enjoyed doing martial arts.
TWO TRUTHS AND A LIE -I’ve spent seven years of my life playing basketball and baseball. -I’ve been hit by a car. -I’ve had a small part in a Muny production.
“I decided to run because I thought that NHS was a good club to get involved in and I wanted a leadership position because I like volunteering.”
“I wanted to test my leadership ability because it was the first time I really got involved in something. I wanted to give smart, dedicated people a good leader to guide them.”
“I have so many ideas for the future of the club. Brittany did such a great job last year, and I want to be part of phase two. I want it to get better and better as each president takes over.”
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LESSONS FROM ALUMNI 2014 graduates share wisdom from past experiences with incoming freshmen, new students, and returning FHN students FRESHMEN- BE A SPONGE BY BRITTANY STECK
Within the next four years, you are going to have a plethora of opportunities. There are a multitude of clubs to join, classes to take, and people to meet. And I urge you to fill your plate to the brim. My elementary band teacher had a famous catchphrase. At the beginning of each class, he would say, “be a sponge.” At first, this phrase seemed silly. Later, I understood. Mr. Johnson wanted us to soak up as much as we could. He wanted us to take in as much knowledge as possible. He wanted us to focus on listening and learning, to let things really sink in. That’s what I urge the class of 2018 to do. Be a sponge. Soak up as much information as you can. Your teachers are a wishing well of information; use them to discover things about topics that interest you, whether it’s science, history, or music. Join a few clubs that interest you. Soak up the learning that comes from those clubs. Make memories.
FRESHMEN- DON’T BE AFRAID TO GET INVOLVED BY ZAC FLETCHER
Freshmen. You are the infants of the school all over again and the reputation that past ninth graders have left for you is less than great. They have been loud, they have been obnoxious, they have been desperately reaching for that spotlight. High school is a game. Games take practice. No one has everything figured out by the age of 14, and no one expects you to have it figured out either. My advice to you: put yourself out there, sit back, and enjoy yourself. Join a club or two, or three or four. Try out for the sports teams. Get involved and get connected with the other people here at Howell North. My one regret in high school was not getting involved in clubs earlier. I waited until my senior year to get involved and missed out on three years of great times. I met some of my best friends through clubs like DECA and FCA and I suggest all 9th graders do the same.
SOPHOMORES- YOU’RE NOT THE NEWBIES ANYMORE BY HANNAH ROSEN
Congratulations! You made it past your first year of high school! You are no longer categorized as an obnoxious, annoying, “freshmeat” and you should begin acting as such. My biggest advice: grow up and don’t slack off. Now that you have had a taste of high school, it’s no longer acceptable to be the immature newbie that you probably once were. Another piece of advice; live life. High school is a time to remember. As much as you should focus on school, remember to also focus on a social life. It is your life, have fun, try not to stress. Make friends, learn about yourself, grow, join clubs, do activities that you want to do, and don’t get caught up in the stupid high school drama. Most likely, once you leave you will not see anyone here, so don’t be ashamed to be yourself and do things that you want to do. High school doesn’t last forever, so make the most out of it. The road to independence is right around the corner. 09 FHNTODAY.COM 08.06.14
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JUNIORS- SET A GOOD EXAMPLE BY MELISSA LUKES
Juniors, you’re almost there. You are now halfway done with your high school career, and this year will fly by. It won’t always be easy, but remember to have fun. Grades and classes count now more than ever, and college is right around the corner, so don’t be afraid to start looking into these things early. There will be a lot of options for you to choose from, but don’t feel overwhelmed; it’s not as hard as it seems. As upperclassmen, you now hold the responsibility to represent your school in a bigger way. May it be showing spirit on assembly days, or stepping up to do extracurricular activities that will improve the community, you also have to show the incoming freshmen that high school is a big deal, and something to be taken seriously. Don’t be afraid to be the person that respects your classmates, teachers, and school environment. Be the student that other students can look up to. That’s what upperclassmen are for. So set a good example, class of 2016. Be proud of who you are, be the best you can be, because no one is better at being you than you.
SENIORS- MAKE THE MOST OF YOUR LAST YEAR BY MADDIE HIATT
It’s finally here. Your senior year is starting and it’s about to fly by. My advice to you is simple: enjoy your time here and don’t let others get you down. Your time in high school is limited. You are going to graduate in June and while it may seem far away now, it’s going to sneak up on you. Participate in everything. And I mean everything. Spirit days, powderpuff, Mock Rock, and Prom. Don’t regret not doing things your senior year. Apply for college early. Pick a school then don’t stress about it because everything will fall into place like it’s supposed to. Spend your last year at FHN enjoying being with your friends and keep working hard. Don’t let your peers get to you. I learned that there are always going to be people that want to bring you down. Be kind to others but in a few months all of these kids are just going be kids you went to high school with. Do what makes you happy.
EVERYONE- CHERISH THE MOMENT BY JESSICA OLSEN
Whether you’ve just started your freshman year, or you’re at the end of the road as a senior, there is an inevitable truth for all of us-- Our lives have not just begun, nor have they ended. High school is just a piece on our individual paths. When I speak to adults, they look back at high school like it’s worth nothing more than a shrug of the shoulder. However, that doesn’t make high school any less important right now. This is right now, this is the present, and we’ve always been told to cherish it. Don’t rush these years; they’re valuable. This is the only time you can worry about little things. In high school, you’re allowed to feel more like an adult with driving, dating and having a part time job, yet still come home to a prepared dinner. My biggest piece of advice is to take advantage of all the opportunities that are offered to you during your high school years. Don’t fall in love with the idea of becoming an adult, or with the possible future. Fall in love with just being alive.
Want to see more?
Go to FHNtoday.com/advice14 to read more advice columns on how to navigate your years here at FHN written by former North Star staff. PAGE BY ERIKA PAAR
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WE WANT YOU IN 026! JOIN PUBLICATIONS REQUIREMENTS Talk to your counselor and fit Journalism or Digital Photojournalism into your schedule. After passing either one of the semester classes you will be eligible to join Publications. Journalism counts for 0.5 of a Communication Arts credit Digital Photojournalism counts for 0.5 of a Practical Arts credit
WHAT WE DO We have several different places for you to fit into down in 026
North Star newsmagazine staff Excalibur yearbook staff FHNgameday.com staff FHNtoday.com staff Photography staff FHNtoday TV staff All listed above are classes that meet during the day. They also count as Practical Arts credits needed for graduation. Honors Credits available. Publications kids touring the U.S.S. Midway aircraft carrier in San Diego
All on staff are also eligible to attend conventions at the City, State, and National levels.
City Conference- Webster University State Conference- Mizzou 2014 National Fall Conference- D.C. 2015 National Spring Conference- Denver Contact Mr. Manfull, Ms. Klackner or stop by room 026 for more information on joining staff
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TIPS TO KEEP YOU OUT OF STICKY SITUATIONS As the new school year begins, there are quite a few things to keep in mind as you roam through North’s halls. Whether you’re an incoming freshman or a senior, here are a few tips to help you out
“Don’t procrastinate because it gives you unwanted stress that you can avoid.” - Kasey Wagner, 11
Try to talk to and get to know as many people as possible. You’re going to be around a lot of new people and the more friends you have, the less awkward the class will be. If you’re new to North, it’s likely that you’re not the only one.
“Manage your time really well or you’ll regret it down the road” - Landon Porter, 11
If you’re ever done with your classwork early or you’re just hanging out before school, pop into the Learning Commons to pass the time. You can check out books, get on a computer to work on an assignment, or sit at the tables and work on homework.
The Commons are one of the loudest places to be at North. If you’re new here, don’t be overwhelmed by all the students. Likely, there are students just like you who are looking for a place to sit.
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Sketch out a good study plan that works around your schedule.
Since the Butterfly Hallway is located in the middle of the school, it is usually pretty crowded during passing periods. If you want to get to class on time, your safest option would be to avoid this hallway.
If you have questions, don’t be afraid to ask. If you’re confused about something, it’s likely that other people are too.
TOP SUMMER TWEETS
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Kelly Braudis @WhaaaaattheKELL
Forever putting everything I buy into the perspective of “that’s 2 hours of work”
KC BOUND BABY 8 RETWEETS 24 FAVORITES
1 RETWEET 2 FAVORITES
Sam Immekus @Samalama_57 4 years of being evaluated at UDA camps and not once has a red or white ribbon touched my hands. #blueribbonsquad #success 8 FAVORITES
Chase Powelson @Choppa_Chase
No one show anyone your schedule so we all can be surprised on the first day
When I came here two years ago this is the year that I planned for us to get over the hump. Our time is now. Doormat of the league no more
2 RETWEETS 5 FAVORITES
3 RETWEETS 15 FAVORITES
Kate Doerhoff @KDoerhoff
Sean Pirrone @seanpirrone
Excited for my schedule but not for school
My senior pictures the school took came in, and I don’t think I’ve ever been so uncomfortable looking at pictures of myself.
NEW CHANGES TO NORTH New Staff Members
Kristin Justis Jordyn Klackner Joelle Sanders Jessica Thro Amy Moore Barry Morrison Patrick Beckham Christine Edwards Eric Eubank Trevor Locke Zack Kling Fran Weber Tara Beveridge Kelly Longo Jeff Blankenship Donna Vehige Ashton Sewing Kim Sulzner
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FACS Comm. Arts Comm. Arts Comm. Arts Guidance ESC IT Math PE PE Science Special Education Special Education Assistant Principal Dean of Students Admin Assistant Business Fine Arts (Drama)
This summer, there were a few changes to the school including new teachers, new roofing, and Normandy students no longer returning to the FHSD.
Over summer, the roofs on the top and middle floors were replaced. There are no longer skylights on the top floor but there still are skylights on the middle floor.
FHSD decided that they would not be accepting transfer students from the Normandy School District this year. The decision was made after the Normandy district was dissolved and reopened under a new name. The new district is not considered unaccredited, meaning the transfer law does not apply. “I think with any kids that come to our school we really grow attached to them and when any students leave and transfer schools we end up missing them because our staff is really good with developing relationships with their students,” Head Principal Andy Downs said.
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DEATH BY STAIRWELL
THE LOWER LEVEL
These stairs lead you straight into the mess of the butterfly hallway.
TO THE BUSES
At the end of the day, these stairs fill up in the rush to get home. If you plan on using these stairs, make sure you are going with the flow of the crowd.
DECA COOKIE SALES
Monday mornings are a little sweeter with fresh-baked Otis Spunkemeyer cookies, which DECA sells. For just $1, indulge with two gooey chocolate chip cookies.
CULTURED CORRIDOR This hallway is always bursting with energetic people dancing, singing or practicing lines. Take a stroll to add some theatrics to your day.
GET FIT OR GET PUMPED
The Big Gym is the place where the pep assemblies happen. Take a gym class or practice or show your spirit at a pep assembly.
Avoid these stairs throughout the day if timeliness is a priority for you. These stairs lead straight into the Butterfly Hallway and fill up quickly.
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TAKE THE MAPS WITH YOU Go to FHNtoday.com/maps for mobile versions of these maps.
Although the sign says “Entering the Happy Zone,” don’t let that distract you from this frigid math war zone. Weapon of choice? A jacket and your calculator.
Last year, you could get a handful of skittles from these machines for twenty-five cents. All the profits went to Mu Alpha Theta. They may or may not be back again this year.
THE UPPER LEVEL
THE MAIN LEVEL HIDDEN PLACES Don’t let the room numbers confuse you, the new science hallway is situated between the art hallway and the Commons.
ART HALLWAY Add a little culture to your day by passing through this hallway. Check out some amazing sculptures or paintings from the starving artists of FHN.
FIND YOUR WAY This is the place to be if you need any information about the A+ Program or classes, or if you just need to talk to someone. Don’t be afraid of the guidance counselors; they don’t bite.
SENIOR COURTYARD This is just another perk of being a senior. When it’s warm, seniors are able to enjoy their lunch around the outdoor tables.
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Although crowded during lunches, this hallway is the place to get your snack on. The snack table provides a variety of sweets and chips to satisfy any craving but closes when lunch ends. The money raised from the snack table goes to the All-Knighter fund.
In the center of the school, the Commons is the place to grab some lunch and socialize with your friends. On Wednesday afternoons, this is where people wait for activities until 2:20.
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Many clubs hold their meetings in this large classroom, located in the Commons. In the past, clubs such as Speech and Debate and National Honor Society have met here.
During passing period, avoid this hallway at all costs. Traffic turns into a stand still making it nearly impossible to get to classes on time.
Formerly known as the library, this quiet, techfriendly environment is great for studying. With plenty of books and computers, the Learning Commons has all of the resources needed to be a successful student.
TAKE THE MAPS WITH YOU
Go to FHNtoday.com/maps for mobile versions of these maps.