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The Student News Site of Frederick High School

Frederick Lantern

The Student News Site of Frederick High School

Frederick Lantern

People ages 12 and up can get vaccinated!

Lower Vaccine Age Brings Lower Restrictions

Sarah Hayes, Editor May 17, 2021

Let’s face it, just about everyone has gotten tired of these masks. However, the only way that it is safe to go without a mask would be if everyone were to be vaccinated. Luckily, the vaccine age has...

A new bill, SB 21-116, bans the use of Native American mascots and imagery in public schools, which would affect Frederick High greatly.

New Colorado Senate Bill Will Force Frederick to Change Its Mascot

Sarah Hayes, Editor May 6, 2021

On April 23, a bill was passed through a committee in the Colorado Senate that bans Native American mascots for schools. Should Senate Bill 21-116 pass through the Colorado Senate and House and be signed...

Thomas Beeker playing Mike Dillard as a construction worker. His scene was so moving to watch.

The Art of Working

Sarah Hayes, Editor April 29, 2021

“I hear America singing.” This phrase contains the essence of Frederick High School’s newest musical, Working. A show about the workers of America, and what their jobs are and what those jobs are...

Ethan Ahlstrom posing beside one of his plant tables.

Senior Spotlight: A Passion for Plants

Sarah Hayes, Editor April 25, 2021

For most high school students, especially Seniors, springtime usually means that we’re studying for final exams, finishing up school projects, and making plans for the next big steps in our lives. For...

Maddie and her favorite horse, Lucky

SENIOR SPOTLIGHT: A Competitive Spirit

Sarah Hayes, Editor April 18, 2021

Grasping the reigns of the competition is Madeline Chambers. This high school senior’s got a fun hobby of riding horses in her spare time and even competes in riding competitions. Chambers is a life-long...

Graduating Seniors of 2021 are getting a prom!

WE’RE GETTING A PROM!

Sarah Hayes, Editor April 8, 2021

Last year, The senior class of the 2019-2020 school year got no prom and a graduation ceremony that was delayed until late July due to COVID-19. This caused many of the seniors for the class of 2021 to...

Everything freaky, scary, and weird can be found on this show and it’s a really entertaining to watch casually. While some things may be pretty graphic about this show, it’s a wonderful masterpiece.

I’M A FAN: The Connections of American Horror Story

Sarah Hayes, Editor April 8, 2021

Many fans of American Horror Story know that this Netflix original is filled with binge-worthy episodes- if you can stomach them. However, something that isn’t too commonly known amongst fans is that...

How to find a Cheater

Sarah Hayes , Staff Writer April 3, 2021

Social media has been going crazy recently with news of a small-town Texas sheriff, Jason Collier, who had several affairs with multiple women. The scandal started when the former chief sent a mistress...

The Echo Wife by Sarah Gailey (Hardcover, 256 pages)

The Echo Wife Review

Sarah Hayes, Editor March 22, 2021

The discovery of science has helped humanity grow into smarter, more complex beings. With scientists on the verge of creating once extinct animals from strands of DNA, the possibility of creating lifelike...

This quirky TV show is fun to watch for people all ages.

Kid Cosmic and This Review

Sarah Hayes, Editor March 5, 2021

In every superhero movie and TV show that we watch, we see that there's a hero who has been granted extraterrestrial superpowers that they can usually master in a matter of on-screen minutes. However,...

The Key Club works hard, and they have helped the community in many ways, for example making cards to help teach kids.

The Key to Helping Out

Sarah Hayes, Editor February 1, 2021
Key Club is a club that focuses on volunteer work that betters our community.
Homelessness is a big thing in our world, and we need to know how to prepare for the worst, if it happens.

A take on Homelessness

Sarah Hayes, Editor January 18, 2021

In America, there are approximately 553,742 citizens who are homeless, as of 2017. These numbers likely increased drastically due to the COVID-19 pandemic which caused many people to lose their jobs or...

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