The Fluco Beat

  • April 13Congratulations to Killian Donnelly for winning the 3C Regional Golf Tournament at Lakeview Golf Course
  • April 13Varsity Cheer places 4th at Regionals with a score of 218.5
  • April 13Congratulations to Jackson Kinsella on his qualification to States in debate
  • March 25Congratulations to Emily Stevens on making the All-Virginia Orchestra as a percussionist
  • March 25Congratulations to Damon Everard who will be a delegate for Tenor 1 in the All Virginia Chorus
  • March 23Buy your 2021 FCHS yearbook at for $78
Pandemic Travel Tips

Pandemic Travel Tips

Rand Al-Safi, FCHS Journalist April 15, 2021

Many would say Covid has redefined vacation travel. Many have been forced to cancel trips and reconsider what to do, where to go, and safety precautions. Some would say traveling during a pandemic is unnecessary...

Injury Invincible

Injury Invincible

Allyson Crothers, FCHS Journalist April 12, 2021

Romanian gymnast and gold medalist Natalie Commaneci said, “I don’t run away from a challenge because I am afraid. Instead, I run towards it because the only way to escape fear is to trample it beneath...

2021 fashion trends to watch for

2021 fashion trends to watch for

Ella Kearney, FCHS Journalist March 30, 2021

Fashion trends come and go even faster each year as the internet and various social media platforms expand. With social media being such a large influence, it plays an even larger part in fast changing...

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Fighting Back Against Anxiety

Natalie Haislip, FCHS Journalist March 22, 2021

As people face this pandemic, staying six feet apart, not being able to see their loved ones, having to wear masks, and navigating the often confusing world of virtual learning can be stressful and overwhelming....

Life With Covid

Life With Covid

Rand Al-Safi, FCHS Journalist March 16, 2021

Covid-19 has had an effect on all U.S. citizens, whether they’ve ever tested positive or not. There is no end to the stories of people who have experienced increased anxiety and loneliness as a result...

Covid-19’s Assault on Mental Health

Kaitlyn Costanzo, FCHS Journalist March 10, 2021

The pandemic came out of nowhere and led to nations being put into quarantine all over the world. Not only did the coronavirus have an impact on a person's physical health, but also on a person's mental...

Tips For Getting Your License

Tips For Getting Your License

Bethany Cheripka, FCHS Journalist March 2, 2021

High school is a time when teenagers become young adults. One big stepping stone to becoming a young adult is receiving your license. The whole process of obtaining your license is very intimidating and...

Sierra Krett and her puppy, Kaia. Photo courtesy of Sierra Krett.

The Pros of Having Pets

Maria McCormack, FCHS Journalist February 23, 2021

For hundreds of years, people have gone to their pets in their darkest times. Pets have always been there by their owners' sides to comfort them and provide them with an escape from their troubles. At...

Assistant Coach Will Price, Head Coach Kenny Larios, and Assistant Coach Dimoff

Cheer transitions to all-male coaches

Taegan Chisholm and Molly Pace, Staff Writers February 11, 2021

For the first time in Fluvanna history, the high school cheer team has officially had all male coaches for this season, a significant change for what some might assume is a female- dominated sport. In...

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Ways to stay positive during Covid

Aubreanna Gray, FCHS Journalist January 22, 2021

According to some speculations, Covid-19 has been present in the U.S since as early as December. This infection spread like wild-fire, causing lockdowns all across the world. Even today, some states in...

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