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Zach Bailey, Nick Aasmundastad, Ethan Noyes, Justin Valois, Alex Smith, and Tyler Spotts take center stage during the production of The Music Man

The Music Man Brings The House Down

Joshua Bailey, Editor-in-Chief April 23, 2022

Ever since Frederick's production of Newsies was nominated to perform for Colorado Thescon(theater's equivalent to winning the state championship), FHS has been stapled on the map as one of the best theater...

Frankenstein is taking all of the necessary precautions to ensure that he is safe while celebrating Halloween this year. The Coronavirus is still making a large impact on our community, and this year, it is more important than ever to be cautious while celebrating Halloween. With Halloween being less than a week away, it is a good time to start thinking about how to celebrate safely.

Is Halloween a COVID-safe Holiday?

Owen Willis, Staff Writer October 28, 2021

Due to the Coronavirus Pandemic and all of the restrictions in place to ensure that everyone stays as safe as possible, the last time that Halloween took place in a normal setting, without having to worry...

Masked sophomore Kaya Paluda talks with unmasked freshman Krysta Tschida share a laugh during class. St. Vrains current masking policy requires masks in schools but allows some exemptions. This has caused some concern and chaos as students wonder whether masking is worth it anymore.

To Mask or Not to Mask?

Alexis Otterbein, Staff Writer September 13, 2021

Should we still have to wear masks in school? This has been a huge matter of public opinion all around the country. Different school districts and areas have different rules, which has led to student...

Here’s the logo for people who have gotten vaccinated for COVID-19. The ages of people who can get it are slowly trickling down, but now it’s finally available to those who are 16+.

Don’t Just Sit There! Go get your COVID-19 Vaccine Its Open To 16+

Lena Siscoe, Staff Writer April 14, 2021

Coloradans 16 and older will be eligible for the Pfizer vaccine, and those 18 and older will also be eligible for the Moderna and Johnson & Johnson vaccines. The state has been planning to open vaccine...

Here’s a common sight, an “Open” sign at Teriyaki Madness as well as other places. Businesses are opening back up again and in more ways than one.

Are We Ready To Risk it All?

George Murnock, Staff Writer March 16, 2021

COVID-19 is probably the most memorable moment of all of our lives right now, it has officially been a year since we have walked outside without a mask on or hugged our friends after a long day. However,...

Today is the anniversary of when every single one of our lives would change forever. Everyone’s got a story to tell about where they were when they found out things were shutting down and the range of emotions differed heavily. We’re coming back after spring break alright, just one year later.

COVID @FHS One Year Later

Owen Etter, Staff Writer March 13, 2021

It all seemed to be a dream; a wacky, absurd, and totally unreal dream. The idea that we’d have school canceled because of a virus wasn’t taken seriously at all by anyone until we got the message from...

The stimulus bill has passed!

New Stimulus Check Coming Soon

Darlene Strange, Editor March 12, 2021

Guess what, everyone, a new stimulus check was just passed! A year after the first lockdown and the first stimulus check was sent this will be the third check being sent out to Americans to help stimulate...

It’s official! After spring break, we’re all going to be in 4 in-person days with an asynchronous Friday. This can be really confusing and overwhelming, so the Scout and Mr. Young are here to answer your questions.

UPDATE: We’re Back and Here To Stay!

Elicia Ramu, Staff Writer March 8, 2021

Guess who’s back, back again? That’s right we're back and we’re ready to stay! On February 23rd an email was sent out to all SVVSD families from superintendent Dr. Don Haddad officially confirming...

A mix of Fredericks juniors and seniors at the Frederick vs. Severance basketball game on March 1st.

We’re Finally Back!

George Murnock, Staff Writer March 6, 2021

50 seniors at Frederick High School finally got a fun activity that they have all been waiting for. During the last week of February, FHS sent out an announcement in regards to an upcoming basketball game...

Coach Peeples preparing one of his athletes for the next season with weight training.

As Restrictions Are Lifted: Sports

Darlene Strange , Staff Writer March 3, 2021

COVID has changed a lot of things in people’s lives including sports. Sports seasons have changed, been cancelled, and even have limited guests. Frederick High School as seen a lot of these things change.    We...

A Medical Official Getting Ready To Vaccinate

COVID Vaccine: Should you get it?

Darlene Strange, Editor March 1, 2021

The COVID Vaccine is a major topic in the news today. With more information coming out on the two different vaccines you might wonder which one is better for you. So far we have two different vaccines...

George Murnock using the Wapike Disposable Face Mask at the gym.

Top 5 Masks to Try While Exercising

George Murnock, staff writer February 16, 2021

People who have an addiction to bike riding, a heart-racing run, or lifting weights know how uncomfortable it can be to wear a mask while exercising. As gyms start to open up all around the world we should...

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