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Fluvanna SGA Reaches Out to the Community

Fluvanna SGA Reaches Out to the Community

Brooke Haislip, FCHS Journalism

February 6, 2014

The Student Government Association (SGA) is a superb program at FCHS that provides students with the opportunity to volunteer their time and help those in need.  During the course of a week, students in SGA are required to participate in at least one community service project during their class time....

Book Fair Brings in the Dough

Book Fair Brings in the Dough

Brandi Pannell, FCHS Journalist

December 20, 2013

It’s been no secret that the Fluvanna County Schools have fallen upon some hard times lately. The high school library is no exception, having been struggling to make ends meet without any funds for new books. Fortunately, the new librarians this year, got creative with the fundraising ideas. Librarian...

Fire or Faux?

Fire or Faux?

Lauren Sullivan and Kate Almarode, Contributors

December 20, 2013

While they might have played “reporter” when they were kids, no Flucos expected to play that game again when they arrived for school on Dec. 5.  At the sound of an unexpected fire alarm, students and staff were evacuated outside where they stood for almost two hours, shivering and wondering whether...

Fluco Homecoming Is On The Way

Lindsay Price, FCHS Journalist

October 10, 2013

Is your mind swimming with pretty dresses, bow ties, corsages, and great music….or stress and more stress? As you walk down the halls of FCHS the next few weeks, you can feel the excitement rising for the Homecoming dance which will be held Nov. 2   in the FCHS cafeteria. The Student Government A...

Fluvanna Goes Green

Fluvanna Goes Green

Ryan Boone, FCHS Journalist

October 10, 2013

“What is that plastic building in the back of the school?” has been a common question drifting through the halls lately. In fact, the structure is a greenhouse built overlooking the band and art rooms to accommodate the new Horticulture class taught by former Louisa County agriculture tea...

The Lanyard That Saved Homecoming

Nikolai Mayo-Pitts, FCHS Journalist

October 10, 2013

While everybody wants their Homecoming to be spectacular, few realize that can’t happen without one thing: money. So SGA (Student Government Association) members have turned to a lowly lanyard to help raise funds for the dance. Recently advertised in a series of commercials on “In the Know,”...

The Second Coming of Morrison

The Second Coming of Morrison

Nikolai Mayo-Pitts, FCHS Journalist

September 25, 2013

Mr. Matt Morrison--the man, the myth, the legend--has been reunited with FCHS after a year away from the Flucos.  Many freshmen and sophomores may not know of this prodigious public educator due to his absence from the 2012-13 school year.  In case you’re unfamiliar with him, Morrison teaches various...

New Year, New Grading Scale

New Year, New Grading Scale

Carlyn Graff, FCHS Journalist

September 5, 2013

A new school year almost always has a first. Last year, it was a new building. This year it’s something students may find even more exciting: a new grading scale. The modified ten-point grading scale--which is ten points each for A’s, B’s, and C’s, and five points for D’s-- replaced the old...

Got an F? Forget that Dance!

Got an F? Forget that Dance!

Brook Haislip, FCHS Journalist

September 4, 2013

If you’ve been ho-hum about grades in the past, you may want to rethink things. The FCHS administration has decided to make dances more of a privilege than in years past. Starting this year, in order to attend a dance at FCHS students must be passing all of their classes. By making dances an honor for ...

FCHS Says Good Bye

Cassie Woods, FCHS Journalist

May 21, 2013

New school. New students. New beginnings. These are the things every FCHS student experienced at the start of the 2012-13 school year. With graduation and summer break around the corner, two of Fluvanna’s own are silently preparing to take on all of these again: on the other side of the globe. The...

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