Clubs & Orgs

A Splendid Spectaculathon

A Splendid Spectaculathon

By Jozlyn Bew Theater is back in season!  Bouncing off of the success of December’s A Christmas Carol, the FH drama club and class are in full swing. Two productions are slated for this spring; from Ms. Cell’s drama class, we have The Brothers Grimm Spectaculathon, and the drama club has been working on the long awaited Clue!  The Brothers Grimm Spectaculathon entices the audience with classic fairy tales (and some not so classic ones), two narrators at war, and troubles galore! The cast includes Ellery D. and Jozlyn B. as the polar opposite narrators, Sheri B. as Cinderella (who…
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Go Adventuring with the Adventure Club!

Go Adventuring with the Adventure Club!

By Joey Sampson Have you ever wanted to go rafting, or skiing but couldn't? Well that's why the Adventure Club exists. The Adventure Club's purpose is to give kids a chance to do cool things, maybe they don't have the money or the time, well they can just tag along on one of the trips and they get the chance to do cool things. Mr. Ballew says, ¨One of my favorite things about adventure club is kids trying things they've never tried before.¨ The Adventure Club is currently run by Mr. Ballew and he has been the advisor for about…
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3DI Part 1: The Beginning

3DI Part 1: The Beginning

By: Alex Jenkins Before COVID hit, students were allowed to freely play games on the desktop computers in tech teacher Sonja Coble’s classroom. Here is how it worked: A student (usually junior/senior HS student) would host the game server on their computer. Then that student would shout out the server’s ip address for the other students to connect to that server and play. (And sometimes Coble would join in as well!) The games normally played were Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Team Fortress 2, and very rarely Counter-Strike: Source. “I was glad we started these clubs as they give students another place…
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BPA Region 2 Awards Ceremony Live Stream

BPA Region 2 Awards Ceremony Live Stream

Feel free to check out the results from this year's Business Professionals of America Region 2 Awards Ceremony. We have three members looking to see how they placed - and hoping to move forward to state competition in March. Who to look for: Alex Jenkins in Java Programming Ceil Thompson in Computer Modeling Cora "Sky" Roman in Extemporaneous Speaking The live stream starts at 10am on Thursday, Jan 13. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tBphuV0u2Kg While we aren't able to attend in-person - you can still cheer us on virtually!
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Local BPA Chapter Competes at Regional Competition!

Local BPA Chapter Competes at Regional Competition!

By C. Roman Federal Hocking’s Local Business Professionals of America (BPA) chapter went to the region final competition this week. Business Professionals of America (BPA) is a nationwide CTSO (career and technical student organization) that focuses on “Giving Purpose To Potential”. As their tagline suggests, BPA was founded on the principle of providing learners with an outlet and recognition for ingenuity and technological prowess. The organization does this by offering contests at the regional, state, and national levels that allow secondary and post-secondary students to test their skills in finance, business administration, management information systems, digital communications & design, marketing…
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Last call for FFA cheese!

Last call for FFA cheese!

They have sharp cheddar, horseradish, chipotle, jumping Jack, mozzarella, Gouda, baby Swiss, Muenster, pepperoni, pepper Jack, and Colby.  $5 each.  Thanks to everyone who supported our sale.  See Mrs Pfeiffer (jpfeiffer@fhlancers.com)
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A Christmas Carol

A Christmas Carol

by Stephanie Young A Christmas Carol is a play about a mean and selfish old man, Ebenezer Scrooge, who hates Christmas. This play has become a tradition for our school, and a nice thing about the play is it doesn't just have to be students from school, it can also involve community members.  “I am very excited to be doing A Christmas Carol again this year. Christmas is my favorite time of year, and I am really happy that I have been able to add a new tradition at our school. This year we will have an exciting new twist,…
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Club Days

Club Days

By Eden Haynes Club days come with many opportunities and choices for students to engage with the school to try something new or to enjoy what they take interest in. The purpose of these days is to connect students to the school as well as to make a student’s experience more pleasurable and fun. Due to the pandemic that is taking place, lots of students and staff have changed physically and mentally; so this is an opportunity to reconnect and share those changes to peers. Another purpose is to aid the clubs and the students within them, beforehand the clubs…
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