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Students manage allergies at school

August 27, 2015
Filed under News

When students and staff walk into school they are greeted with a few friendly reminders on the doors of the building: no guns and no latex. This "no latex policy" (new as of last year) has been introduced in the wake of severe allergies that students have towards the product. Latex, while a major allergy,...

Vaccines create controversy

Jennifer Lechowski
August 26, 2015
Filed under News

For over 80 years vaccine controversies have raged until the terms vaccine and vaccinations were introduced. Opponents have questioned the safety, effectiveness, and necessity of vaccines. Others say not only is it safe for oneself but helps protect others around them. There are many scenarios where...

Fremd introduces scholarships that recognize bullying

Danielle Eriksson
June 2, 2015
Filed under Did you know?, News

Fremd High School's Class of 1975 organized a fundraiser to raise $10,000 to fund an anti-bullying scholarship to be awarded to two members of this year's graduating class. The scholarships are in the name of a student, John Trout, who experienced extreme bullying during his high school years 40 years...

Graduation 2015 Pictures

Graduation 2015 Pictures

May 31, 2015
Filed under News, Slideshow of All Attached Images

More to come soon!

Flower Power sale brings beauty and bonding

Flower Power sale brings beauty and bonding

Kenzie Killam
May 26, 2015
Filed under Join the Movement, News, Showcase, Slideshow of All Attached Images

The Flower Power sale is one of many Correspondent traditions that takes place every year. It all started to raise money for former editor-in-chief Shea Andurluh, who passed away from cancer. This is a time for members of the community to not only remember Shea, but to beautify the school and the community. "I...

Murray makes state team

Allison Busby
May 20, 2015
Filed under News, Online only

Since 2005 Illinois Journalism Education Association has selected an all-state journalism team based on young journalists who have shown excellence with their character. The association looks mainly at journalist who have shown leadership, dedication, and expertise to making their publications above...

Funner Olympics rates fun for all

Funner Olympics rates fun for all

Bill Ridge and Kaitlyn Roscoe
May 19, 2015
Filed under News, Showcase

This year's Funner Olympics was a hit for both students and those competing. "The Hersey SOS class came up with new games this year and they were so amazing," senior Miranda Fanella said. "The best booth was the car wash booth," Fanella said. Students should make sure to sign up right away next year...

Correspondent takes home Golden Eagle award

McKenzie Mauer
May 10, 2015
Filed under News

The Correspondent received the Golden Eagle from Northern Illinois School Press Association at the annual conference on April 24. Three of The Correspondent's consecutive issues were submitted to achieve the award. Additionally, individual Correspondent members earned blue ribbons and honorable...

Rosie’s Rebels roll out new fundraiser

Joshua Irvine
May 1, 2015
Filed under Join the Movement, News

Gender equality club Rosie's Rebels will be hosting a fundraiser in support of group Skateistan. Skateistan, a non-government organization, operates to aid youth in lesser developed countries - via the power of skateboards. Founded in Kabul in 2007, the group began as a grassroots organization known...

St. Baldrick’s and Pantene’s Beautiful Lengths encourage students to reach out

St. Baldrick’s and Pantene’s Beautiful Lengths encourage students to reach out

March 16, 2015
Filed under Join the Movement, News, Showcase, Slideshow of All Attached Images, Support Your School

St. Baldrick's day has become somewhat of a tradition in our school, and this year, girls were encouraged to donate their hair, yesterday in the blackbox, along with others shaving their heads. "This year is really stressing girl power because when girls cut their hair it makes a wig for someone, i...

Obama’s annual speech provokes support and controversy

Obama’s annual speech provokes support and controversy

Colette Tangney
February 16, 2015
Filed under News

Jan. 20 marks the date of Obama's annual "State of the Union Address" where he delivered a hour-long speech highlighting his projected goals for the upcoming year. Here, he tackled both recent issues like cyber-attacks and advancing America's position in ISIS to long term problems such as making college...

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