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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!
  • November 30Our first Girls Basketball game at home is this Tuesday, December 6!
  • November 9The Eagle Project needs your help! Click here to learn more.
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Dr. Brian Young poses with Dr. Russell Fox after SVVSD Deputy Superintendent Dr. Jackie Kapushion announced their new job titles: Dr. Young will be the new principal of Mead High School, while Dr. Fox will be the new principal of Frederick High.

Frederick High Gets New Principal

Brandon Coon, Adviser June 7, 2021

On Monday morning, SVVSD Deputy Superintendant Dr. Jackie Kapushion announced to the staff of Frederick High that the principalship of their school would change. Dr. Brian Young is stepping down as principal...

John Wenzel
The Colorado symphony preforms a sold-out Acoustic on the rocks show on July 28, 2020. The socially distanced shows were fully acoustic with strict crowd limits to adhere to coronavirus restrictions.

Red Rocks Open for Concerts!

Lena Siscoe April 29, 2021

Red Rocks Amphitheater, a beautiful and historic outdoor entertainment venue located ten miles west of Denver, is set to reopen later this week at a limited capacity. The outdoor theater has been closed...

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...

Here’s the banner for the 2020-2021 SVVSD art show. This years art show was all digital and so anyone could access it to see all the wonderful art students have produced.

St Vrain Valley’s Unframed Art Show

Kylie Rusco April 28, 2021

Wandering through the halls packed floor-to-ceiling with artwork made by our peers, the SVVSD art show is an annual event that highlights the hard work of artists district-wide. However in years past...

Red Island House by Andrea Lee: 288 pages.

Andrea Lee’s New Novel Is About Love And Culture

Kaya Paluda, Staff Writer April 27, 2021

Andrea Lee once again published an amazing book. Red Island House is her newest novel and it's amazing how she can touch her readers just from words printed on a page. In this novel she shows how people...

The official movie poster for Mortal Kombat 2021. The release date of this film was officially on April 23, 2021 and was released both in theaters and on HBO Max. There were two Mortal Kombat films from the 90s that weren’t very good, as for this film, not too shabby, but there could be improvements.

Mortal Kombat Isn’t a Flawless Victory

Owen Etter, Staff Writer April 26, 2021

It’s amazing to see different filmmakers these days putting video games and their lore on the big screen with big-name actors. However, one incredibly violent game in particular just released its own...

University Of Northern Colorado application

Class Of 2022: College Is Right Around The Corner

Darlene Strange April 26, 2021

Hey juniors, now is the time to apply to colleges and let me explain why. Each college only has a certain amount of spots that they can fill each year for incoming freshmen and due to the pandemic there...

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...

Johnson on Pause?

Johnson on Pause?

George Murnock, Staff Writer April 24, 2021

The Johnson and Johnson vaccine was one of the three vaccines distributed to most American citizens at the start of this year. However, after a few months of vaccination, Johnson and Johnson were ordered...

Charles Juarez, Kayla Lorimer, and Jacob Noyes just before rehearsing for the Frederick musical, Working. The mask mandate may be lifting, but activities are still requiring masks so the actors and athletes can still do what they love.

Near the End of the Colorado Mask Mandate

Lena Siscoe, Staff Writer April 23, 2021

Gov. Jared Polis on Friday, April 02 finalized his decision to ease the state’s mask mandate starting on Saturday, allowing people to ditch their face coverings in the vast majority of public indoor...

Car Accidents Will Happen: Be Prepared

Car Accidents Will Happen: Be Prepared

Darlene Strange, Editor April 21, 2021

Car accidents, they happen. Car accidents happen everyday no matter what and the only thing you can do is be prepared just in case it happens to you.   Most teenagers that just got their license...

The four judges of 2020 series of The Voice  (Photo by: Trae Patton/NBC)

Is “The Voice” a Scam?

George Murnock, staff writer April 20, 2021

While people on The Voice are promised a chance at being a superstar, it seems that we rarely, if ever see any winners go on to lead superstar careers. The Voice is a reality tv show that first aired...

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