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What’s Up, At Fremont High?

Volume 2, Oct 2018

The end of 1st term is fast approaching.  Please follow our activities @THEfremonthigh on Twitter for updates. While you are on Twitter or Instagram you can also see what is going on by typing #Packunited 

 

Seussical the Musical!

We are hard at work already with Seussical! Show dates are Nov. 9, 10, 12, 16, and 17. Tickets will be available starting in October at fhs.wsd.net. We had auditions for the show this past week, and ended up with close to 90 students in the production. We will also be adding a live orchestra and stage crew with around 30-40 additional students. Each of these students will spend weeks learning all the music, choreography, blocking, and scene changes for the show. I will try to send you more pictures and updates as they come.

Dance Company

Fremont Dance Department was honored to have Balletx Philadelphia, sponsored by the OSBA come and teach a master to class the dance department. 

BalletX, Philadelphia is a contemporary ballet company founded in 2005 by Christine Cox and Matthew Neenan.  BalletX challenges the boundaries of classical ballet by encouraging formal experimentation while preserving rigorous technique.  The company participates in growing numbers of national and international tours.  

Students were invited to attend their performance at the Browning Center on Oct 6.  

Warm up in the FHS Dance Studio

Richard Villaverde from Balletx-Philadelphia teaching the FHS students

Skyler Lubin and Stanley Glover working with a group of FHS students

Skyler, Caili, Blake, Richard, and Stanley from Ballet x-Philadelphia showing the

FHS students the dance before they taught the master class

Kenzie Flynn said:  I loved that it wasn’t the stereotypical ballet and the energy the energy

The dancers had while teaching us.

Whitney Clay said:  Contemporary Ballet is really unique and they taught us to have a connection

With every dancer in the room.

Kennedee Vaughn said:  The movement was really different from what I am use to but I enjoyed

Learning a new style of choreography. 

Hannah Clark said:  It was an amazing workshop.  If I got the opportunity again to take another workshop from Balletx, I would do it in a heart beat!

Angie Snyder said:  I feel like it was a new perspective on classical ballet, and I loved it!

 

  

Fremont English Department

Now is the hour to bring your most haunting stories to life! It’s time for the FHS Scary Story Contest. Listen to your ghostly imagination and let the ghouls of creativity fly. But remember after the deadline of 3 P.M. on October 15, 2018, your words will become as silent as the grave!

1st and 2nd place will be published in the school’s literary magazine, The Howl Chronicles, and receive cash treasure.

Requirements for the story:

- emailed to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

- typed, double spaced

- no longer than FIVE pages

- your original work

- Language and content should be appropriate for a public school setting.

Haunt room B207 and you will find the entry form. If you have any questions, rattle them off to Miss Guiver and she will help you summon the answers.

 

FFA

Last week the FFA went to Snow College (Tuesday) to Compete in events such as: Horse Judging, Livestock Judging, Vet Assisting. Ag. Business, AG Mech,  and Floriculture. all the students (55) did a great job. Jace Marriott took 4th place individual in ag. Mechanics, and Tanner Jackson for took 5th place in ag Mechanics also. Like I said the students did great.

On Thursday  evening last week the Co-Op Contest was held at mountain valley atc at point of the mountain. Co-Op Is short for Cooperative were the students learn how co-ops started and how they are run. Some of the most notable cooperatives are IFA, Sunkist, Land O Lakes. If you see Skyler Hainline, Cierra Walker, and Kaylee Fretwell please give them a pat on the back as well.

 

  

Fremont Mountain Bike Team

Our Fremont mountain bike team will close out their 2018 race season when they compete in the State Championship races in St. George on October 19 and 20.  They will be racing with over 2000 other high school racers from throughout the state.

This season the team's top scorers have been juniors Ali Jensen and Gage Heslop, followed by freshman Ryan Hillam and Rocwell Hansen, and junior Logan Stewart.  The mountain bike team is a coed team sport with 41 Fremont High riders who have competed in races so far this season.

     

 

GO WOLVES!!!!!!! #Packunited

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