Fresno Christian High School
82° Fresno, CA
The Student News Site of Fresno Christian High School

The Feather

Latest
  • 43rd Annual Commencement Ceremony - May 23, 7 pm, People's Auditorium
  • The Feather honored with Silver CSPA digital news Crown Award
  • Download the new Feather app - search Student News Source in App store
The Student News Site of Fresno Christian High School

The Feather

The Student News Site of Fresno Christian High School

The Feather

Recent Comments
Letter to the Editor
  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

    Announcement: 2009-11-23

    SCHEDULE FOR NOV. 23-30, 2009

    MONDAY
    Lunch, GZ Quad, 12:35 p.m.
    Jr./Sr. (G) Bible study, 601, 12:35 p.m.
    JV (G) BB vs. La Grand H.S., FCS gym, 5:30 p.m.
    V (G) BB vs. La Grand H.S., FCS gym, 7 p.m.
    Community Council Meeting, MPR, 6:30 p.m.

    TUESDAY ? Half-day Schedule
    Lunch, North Field, 12 p.m.
    Powder puff games, North field, 12:30 – 3 p.m.
    V (G) VB playoff vs. Fairmont Prep School (Anaheim), FCS gym, 8 p.m. CIF rules require entrance fees: $9 adults, $5 students (with ID cards) and seniors. No free passes of any kind.

    WEDNESDAY ? No School
    Thanksgiving Holiday

    THURSDAY ? No School
    Thanksgiving Holiday

    FRIDAY ? No School
    Thanksgiving Holiday

    SATURDAY
    Thanksgiving Holiday

    SUNDAY
    Thanksgiving Holiday

    MONDAY ? Nov. 30
    Student leadership WSL trip ? Tranquillity
    Lunch, GZ Quad, 12:35 p.m.
    Jostens lunch presentation for seniors, 621, 12:35 p.m. – No off campus pass
    Jr./Sr. (G) Bible study, 601, 12:35 p.m.
    HS football awards dessert banquet, GZ main, 7-9 p.m.

    STATE VOLLEYBALL GAME
    Fresno Christian will be hosting a volleyball playoff game in the FCS gym on Tuesday, Nov. 24, at 8 p.m. The Lady Eagles will be playing Fairmont Prep School from Anaheim. Coach of the Year, David Tatum, asks for everyone to come and cheer the team on to victory.

    Remember, as this is a state CIF playoff game, all attendees must pay the entrance fee: general admission is $9; high school students, children (5+ years) and senior citizens (60+) are $5. All students must show their student ID cards to qualify for student entry fee. No free passes will be accepted.

    STUFFED ANIMALS COLLECTION
    Mrs King’s Bible class is still collecting Beanie Babies or small stuffed animals donations. Students willing to donate should come by room 604 and drop off their gently used stuffed toys to receive a free candy bar. This offer lasts through Tuesday, Nov. 24. The stuffed animals will be sent to the Marines serving overseas to give to the local children.

    SENIOR GRADUATION PRESENTATION
    Jostens representatives will be on campus Nov. 30 to present information for seniors about graduation announcements, as well as their caps and gowns. All seniors are to report to room 621 at the beginning of lunch on Nov. 30. The presentation will continue through the lunch period, so there will be no off campus lunch that day.

    Jostens will return on Dec. 11 to receive orders for graduation items. All seniors will need to turn in their orders on this day during lunchtime in the quad area outside of Ground Zero. There will be no off campus lunch that day either. For more information, see Mrs. Sargent.

    INTRAMURAL ROCK, PAPER, SCISSORS TOURNAMENT
    The video productions class is sponsoring the first annual Rock, Paper, Scissors Intramural Championship. The competition is opened to teachers as well as students. Mr. Ogdon was his college’s champion and Mr. Stobbe represented his province in the Canadian championship in Montreal. The tournament will start at lunch on Tuesday, Dec. 1, in the P.C. gym.

    COACH CUNNINGS – COACH OF THE YEAR
    Congratulations to coach Bonner Cunnings for being voted Coach of the Year by his peers. The other football coaches in the West Sequoia League are impressed with what Coach Cunnings has done with the FC team, as well as the Christian characters that the coaches and athletes display.

    POWDER PUFF SIGN-UPS
    The 2009-10 Powder Puff class competition will take place on Nov. 24, after the half-day schedule release. Powder Puff practice will take place from Nov. 18-20 and Nov. 23 at lunch on the north field.

    COMMENTS ON THE FEATHER
    The Feather Online (www.thefeather.com) staff would appreciate those who read their articles, view pictures or watch slideshows to send feedback to the staff in the comment section at the end of the article or photo. These comments help the staff focus and improve their journalism skills.

    LUNCH ON RAINY DAYS
    Lunch will be eaten in Rooms 602 and 604 instead of in the GZ Quad on days when it rains.

    CSF TUTORING PROGRAM
    CSF is sponsoring a free tutoring program for high school, junior high and elementary students. CSF members will be offering one free tutoring session per week during free time: lunch, after school or a study hall. Mat and English, of all levels, are available for tutoring. If interested, sign up in front of the high school office or contact CSF adviser Molly Sargent or Suzanna Quiring for more information.

    GIRLS’ BIBLE STUDY
    Beginning Monday, Sept. 21, Coach Jennifer Tatum will be facilitating a Bible study for the junior and senior girls during lunch in room 601. It’s going to be a very exciting time of growth in the Lord. Students should bring their lunches and come as quickly as possible.

    DRESS CODE
    Principal Bennet has initiated a new rule for dress code. Boys are not allowed to wear baseball hats in the building at all; they may wear them outside the building only.

    GROUND ZERO ACCESS
    Reminder: Fresno Christian students are not allowed in the Ground Zero building at any time without permission or for planned campus activities. Please especially note that the GZ cafe is not a shortcut to GZ main for Tuesday chapel. On Tuesday morning the GZ cafe is being used by another organization for their activity. Off limits applies also to the GZ bathroom facilities.

    VIDEOS ON THE FEATHER
    Videos will now will be embedded into articles on The Feather. To view the videos, scroll to the bottom of an article. Current articles with video include New director pursues excellence and Quarterback refines mental game. However, due to server restrictions, they cannot be viewed on campus. The volleyball sport shorts also has a video on Jessika Searles at the bottom.

    SLIDESHOWS ON THE FEATHER
    Photo slideshows are beginning on The Feather Online. Current slideshows include those attached to articles ? Convocation commemorates year’s beginning and Reforged squad takes first at camp. To watch the slideshow, click on the “View slideshow” link in the media section above the first photo. Other slideshows are in the surfing article, all fall sports and ClovisFest. The Feather Online staff is committed to added as many photos as possible to articles. Be sure to check each article for added slideshows.

    MOMS IN TOUCH PRAYER GROUP
    Moms In Touch, a prayer group comprised of JH and HS moms, meets from 8 – 9 a.m. on Friday mornings in Room 204 to pray on the behalf of students. All JH and HS parents are invited to join Moms In Touch every Friday. If a couple dads show up, a Dads In Touch group will be formed.

    Room 204 is near the PC library. If anyone is unable to locate the room, come by the HS office to find out more. For further questions, please contact Gina Wathen at 322-9116.

    PSN BOARD MEMBERS NEEDED
    PSN needs a secretary and treasurer, as well as members for the board. No freshman, sophomore or junior mothers have volunteered. Please contact Pam Powell at [email protected] or at 977-5779.

    DATES TO REMEMBER?

    NOVEMBER
    Nov. 24 ? Powder Puff games
    Nov. 25-29 ? Thanksgiving break

    DECEMBER
    Dec. 5 ? SAT & Subject Tests date
    Dec. 10 ? All-school Christmas party
    Dec. 15 ? Registration deadline for Jan. 23 SAT
    Dec. 18 ? End of first semester
    Dec. 19-Jan. 10 ? Christmas break

    JANUARY
    Jan. 11, 2010 ? First day of second semester
    Jan. 18 ? No school: Martin Luther King, Jr. Day observed
    Jan. 23 ? SAT & Subject Tests date
    Jan. 25-29 ? WSL Talent Show tryouts
    Jan. 27 ? Half-day schedule
    Jan. 30 – AcaDec competition: subjectives

    FEBRUARY
    Feb. 6 ? AcaDec competition: objectives & Super Quiz
    Feb. 8 ? No school: Lincoln’s Birthday observed
    Feb. 13 ? Night of the Stars formal
    Feb. 15 ? No school: Presidents’ Day observed
    Feb. 24 ? Half-day schedule
    Feb. 25 ? WSL Talent Show at FCHS

    MARCH
    March 17 ? Half-day schedule
    March 27-April 5 ? Easter vacation

    APRIL
    April 6 ? School resumes after Easter break
    April 21 – Half-day schedule

    MAY
    May 12 ? Half-day schedule
    May 27 ? FCHS graduation & reception

    Leave a Comment
    More to Discover
    Donate to The Feather

    Comments (0)

    All The Feather Picks Reader Picks Sort: Newest

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *