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  • November 30Auditions for Spring Musical on Tuesday, Dec. 13 and Wednesday, Dec 14.
  • November 30SPIRIT WEEK IS COMING! Mon, Dec. 12: Pajama Day! Tues, Dec. 13: Holiday Movie Day! Wed, Dec. 14: White Out! Thurs, Dec. 15: Ugly Sweater Day! Fri, Dec. 16: Flannel Friday!
  • November 30Wednesday, December 7 is a late start!
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The Student News Site of Frederick High School

Frederick Lantern

The Student News Site of Frederick High School

Frederick Lantern

Many people are wearing masks wrong, here’s how to fix that.

How to Wear a Facemask

Sarah Hayes, Staff Writer November 24, 2020

One of the most important things about keeping ourselves safe during the COVID-19 pandemic is to make sure that we are wearing facemasks and wearing them properly. This coincides with how to properly handle...

When the clock strikes 8:00, you may hear the howls of the community showing their appreciation for the first responders out there taking care of everyone during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Nightly Howling Unites Front Range

Elicia Ramu May 1, 2020

Have you felt like there’s been a pack of wolves in your backyard lately? That’s probably because there has been. people have been going outside or opening up their windows at 8:00 p.m. every night...

Just two months after it was revived, the XFL has been killed as the latest business to fall victim to COVID-19.

Second Time Not the Charm for XFL

Jordan Anders April 24, 2020

Returning in January after almost twenty years, the XFL was determined to reinvent themselves after the 2001 season bust. Unfortunately, after five successful games, the XFL commissioner Oliver Luck announced...

The logo for School for Scandal. What began as Frederick Theatres spring play has become a four-part radio series thanks to COVID-19.

The Show Goes On

Kayla Lorimer April 24, 2020

COVID-19 has shut down the school building, delayed graduation, and has cost several students--as well as some parents--their jobs. Yet one of the most disruptive changes to students has been the cancelation...

Stuck watching little kids? It doesnt have to be a chore! These ten tips will help keep them minds occupied and growing.

No More Babysitting Blues

Elicia Ramu April 24, 2020

Social distancing and staying at home has everyone going crazy, especially kids. Kids need attention and they need to be entertained. While many parents are now mainly working at home and taking care of...

The eggs and dairy shelves of the Firestone King Soopers, my workplace and possibly your grocery store, taken on April 22. Shelves at stores are still empty more than a month after the pandemic started. Im here to explain what is going on with our inventory and when will the shelves will be full again.

Not a Square to Spare

Damien Gonzales April 23, 2020

Can you imagine what a grocery store looks like with full shelves anymore? It's been six weeks since COVID-19 started disrupting our everyday lives. That week saw a rush on grocery stores, and things...

UPDATE: Frederick High Closed for Rest of School Year

UPDATE: Frederick High Closed for Rest of School Year

Brandon Coon April 20, 2020

On Friday, March 13, the first case of COVID-19 appeared in Boulder County and Frederick High closed their doors until it was safe to return. Today, we learned that those doors won't open again for students...

Seniors at Frederick High School wonder how COVID-19 will affect the rest of their memories for the year, but words from the principal make their graduation seem possible.

UPDATE: Prom Delayed, but Graduation Will Happen

Ella Berrend, Head Editor April 6, 2020
The current national shutdown due to the COVID-19 has closed businesses and schools as well as canceling all group gatherings which has affected the public in multitudes of ways.
Several seniors in the Class of 2020 have finished their graduation requirements. In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, we should give these seniors the option to graduate early instead of engaging in remote learning.

OPINION: Let the Seniors Leave

Damien Gonzales April 2, 2020

Very few student experiences are universal, but every student in some way looks forward to senior year. Senior year is the one to remember: making varsity teams, going to senior prom, walking the halls...

Jacob Wiegert and the Frederick Senior Class of 2018 get instructions before walking out onto the field for Graduation. Losing a graduation ceremony is one of the many fear that the Senior Class of 2020 is grappling with amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Senior Sadness

Aria Bragalone March 26, 2020

COVID-19 is shutting down everything. First, pro sports were canceled, followed by our own CHSAA activities. Then the school closed its doors and we moved to online classes. Now, as of yesterday, everyone...

Today, Frederick and Dacono temporarily closed all non-essential town offices. Meanwhile, lots of local restaurants are closing their dining rooms and changing their service options.

UPDATE: City Offices Close, Restaurants Shift Services

Brandon Coon March 16, 2020

The towns of Frederick and Dacono have shut down their town halls and all their non-emergency offices to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. Both cities will still keep all their Police and Fire departments...

The toilet paper aisle of the Firestone King Soopers on March 13. In the wake of the COVID-19 outbreak, several local businesses are limiting their hours or temporarily closing their doors to help protect the community.

UPDATE: COVID-19 Affects Tri-Town Businesses

Brandon Coon March 15, 2020

Several businesses in Frederick, Firestone, and Dacono are changing business hours or even shutting their doors in response to the outbreak of COVID-19. Here is a list of all the local business affected...

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