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The Final Scout Story

The Final Scout Story

Scout Editors May 31, 2022

This is the last article that The Frederick Scout will publish. Over the past year and a half, some incredible changes have come to Frederick High. We have a new principal who brought on new grading...

March 18, 2022

“Teresa, can you vacuum the basement, please?” The voice of her mother asked, “our guests will be arriving soon.” Teresa sighed. “Yes, mom.” “Thank you, sweetie.” At the start...

Locking up the Lavatories

March 18, 2022

Unfortunately for students, these three problems have had one solution in the eyes of Frederick's administration: lock the bathroom doors. During the day, when a fixture is damaged or obscene graffiti...

There was something moving. Another spider.

Teresa went to the bathroom to fetch some toilet paper and crushed the second spider. She then wondered if there were more lurking around. Teresa wasn’t fond of dealing with the spiders, but it gave her something to do.

Where They Reside

Joelle Richard, Special Contributor March 17, 2022
There was something moving. Another spider. Teresa went to the bathroom to fetch some toilet paper and crushed the second spider. She then wondered if there were more lurking around. Teresa wasn’t fond of dealing with the spiders, but it gave her something to do.
#IStandWithUkraine is one of the highest trending social media tags in the past two weeks. But what does it mean to stand for something? Theres so much more we can all do to help those in Ukraine beyond a social media post.

What Standing with Ukraine Really Means

Owen Willis, Staff Writer March 12, 2022

For two weeks, Russia has been attacking Ukraine, with Ukrainians fighting backs as millions of refugees flood into Europe. Most of the world has condemned Russia's actions, from celebrities to politicians....

State championships are more than just a game that marks the end of the season--they often mark of something incredible for the team, their school, and their community

Why Going to State Matters

Kaya Paluda, Staff Writer March 11, 2022

This week, Frederick High has been buzzing with energy around the 4A Boys Basketball championship games this weekend. Our Warriors have made it through a tough playoff bracket (even a close game with Mead...

Bettering our Bathrooms

March 10, 2022

So what's the solution? According to Mr. Barela, it is "more supervision. I hate saying supervision in bathrooms because there’s a fine line of weirdness, but at the same time, if no one is actually...

Filth in Our Facilities

March 10, 2022

When the bathrooms are broken and filled with students just hanging out, it leads to the bathrooms becoming really unclean. While the custodial team cleans the bathrooms multiple times a day, it still...

“People think you need to have nice things and a fancy job to be happy in life. Well, guess what? They’re wrong. I live my life doing what I want and seeing things that not everyone else gets to see, and I do it by doing what I love. That’s freedom.”

Road to Success

Sophie South-Miner, Special Contributor March 9, 2022

Zach watched the clock tick with a hand on his face and an elbow on his desk as he waited for the bell to ring. It was a conundrum, he was absolutely bored in his classes, but he hoped they would stretch...

We shuffled into a little room, where others already sat. A girl maybe 15, my brother’s age. A boy my age, eyes suspicious. A weary mother cradling a baby. All of us were uneasy, and the tension was as thick and heavy. Like the mud around us.

Stuck in Afghanistan

Malia Jeffers, Special Contributor March 3, 2022
We shuffled into a little room, where others already sat. A girl maybe 15, my brother’s age. A boy my age, eyes suspicious. A weary mother cradling a baby. All of us were uneasy, and the tension was as thick and heavy. Like the mud around us.

Where It Will Go From Here

March 3, 2022

Unfortunately, it does not look like Russia will be backing down anytime soon. On Monday, Lukashenko hosted the first meeting between Russian and Ukrainian officials since the Russian invasion began. However,...

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