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Fluco Beat Editor Tyler Harris

The man behind the website

Aydon Duenas, FCHS Journalist June 10, 2021

Long-time Fluco Beat Editor is finally saying good-bye to the website he has overseen the last three years. A 2021 senior, Harris will graduate June 18, along with approximately 260 Flucos. Harris has...

Outdoor Adventures teacher Earl Gibson

Teaching the outdoors inside

Ellie Kennedy, FCHS Journalist June 9, 2021

Considering the challenges of Covid, this has been a memorable year for Outdoor Adventure teacher Earl Gibson. How did he manage to virtually teach a class based on being in the great outdoors? “Ideally,...

Linda Fletcher

Teacher moves between languages with ease

Molly Pace, FCHS Journalist June 2, 2021

Do you think learning one foreign language is difficult? Try teaching multiple foreign languages and switching back and forth between them with ease. Aside from teaching multiple levels of French and...

Culinary during Covid

Culinary during Covid

Ella Kearney, FCHS Journalist May 18, 2021

As it stands, everybody knows that this year has been a difficult one for teachers in the school system. They have had to adjust their regular ways of teaching and exclude certain criteria that would typically...

FCHS testing coordinator, Angie Blevins

The face behind the tests

Molly Pace, FCHS Journalist May 7, 2021

While no student may enjoy taking a test, there is one thing which is actually tougher: scheduling and coordinating them for hundreds of students at a time. That’s the job of FCHS Testing Coordinator...

Ally styling her hand-made brown corset.

Ally’s Threads

Faith Shields, FCHS Journalist April 15, 2021

Quarantine has sprung many new hobbies and helped a number of teenagers find what they are most passionate about. For example, some have found they like to cook or do yoga and different forms of exercise....

FCHS Principal Margo Bruce

Being a principal during Covid

Molly Pace, FCHS Journalist March 24, 2021

You think you have it tough right now? Try being Principal Margo Bruce who has spent the last year making tough decisions for over 1,600 people including students, faculty, and staff, all while keeping...

Chad White at his desk, pictured in every day attire.

A Man of Culture

Maria McCormack, Fluco Beat Copy Editor March 17, 2021

So who's that guy you does such peppy, inspirational morning announcements? Chad White, the Interim Assistant Principal and Career & Technical Education/Work-Based Learning Coordinator for FCHS, has...

FCHS Receptionist Ethel Opie

Opie Has Double Dose of Blessings

Molly Pace, FCHS Journalist March 10, 2021

Having twins in the family is a fairly uncommon thing. Unless your name is FCHS front office receptionist Ethel Opie, who seems to have gotten a “double dose” of the twins gene. ”My youngest daughter...

Amy Richardson is a Earth Science teacher at Fluvanna County High School.

Queen of Rocks

Molly Pace, FCHS Journalist March 2, 2021

Some may think of teacher Amy Richardson as an Earth Science educator. Others think of her as the “rock queen,” but surprisingly enough, it has nothing to do with music. Richardson absolutely loves...

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