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Volume 3, 2020

What’s Up, At Fremont High?

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October 2020.  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 #strongertogether 

  

 

Fish & Wildlife Club

Fremont students making bird feeders for the Fish and Wildlife club activity

 

 

Fremont Mountain Biking Group

The mtn biking group just jumped from 3rd to 1st place and won their first ever North Region Title by winning the Eagle Mountain race this weekend.

They only won the title by two points. I don’t think it’s ever been that close between the top three teams. The they are very excited and their coach always highlights a few of the kids who had great rides. It’s kind of fun to read. 

Yesterday was definitely "the best of times" for the Fremont Mountain bike team because you guys put together your best race of the season with your highest team point total, you won the Eagle Mountain race, you went from 3rd to 1st in the North Region standings, and you won Fremont's first ever regional title!  WOW!  I am always impressed by the amazingly hard efforts you put out there every race, pushing your limits and often past what you thought were your limits.  And it's that level of effort that really paid off on Saturday.  Here's the final team standings.  Notice that with nearly 9000 total team points you won first place by just 2 points!  Never think it doesn't matter whether or not you pass one more rider.  It sure mattered this year.

 

Scary Story Contest

Fremont's annual Scary Story Contest wrapped up just before Fall Break. This year, we had an unprecedented 150 entries. After much deliberation, the student editing staff of The Howl Chronicles chose the following winners:

First Place - Reminiscence - Marlie Hansen 

Second Place - Overboard by Tanner Vaughn

Honorable Mention - The Man with Wire Glasses by Hannah Nelson

 

Fremont High Art Department

Any students interested in creating a work of art for this year's "Utah State Senate Art Competition"  

Please see your art teacher at your school.  There will be cash prizes at the district level.  The top winning entry at the district level will be sent to compete at the state level for scholarship money.

This is for all students who are 9th - 12th grade.

Here is the information from the state about the competition for digital submission. But, in Weber District, you also need to enter your actual artwork to your school art teacher for the show at the district level.  The winners will be selected from this show of actual works.

https://artsandmuseums.utah.gov/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/2021-GUIDELINES.pdf

What can you do with Watercolor?

Students are showing what they can do as they paint self-portraits, fish, birds, and landscapes.

Sophia Richards, Oaklie Weicks, Payton Wagstaff, Taya Anderson & Josh Teles show some of their work from Mr. Ralph's painting class.

Painting is fun.

 

Fremont FFA

Fremont FFA members represented our chapter virtually at the National FFA Convention. 

Congratulations to our members competing in the National FFA Agriscience Fair:

Jace Marriott - Bronze in Plant Systems

Annie Gibson - Bronze in Social Systems

Kayla Lay/Kaycee Chavez - Bronze in Animal Systems

Jaycee Bennett placed Silver with her Proficiency project in Agriscience/Research

Cheyenne Breeding also received her American Degree. This degree is given to FFA members who show dedication to their SAE projects, chapter, and community. Only 2% of all FFA members receive this prestigious award. 

FFA Pumpkin Carving

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