Senior Week Activities


Graduation isn’t the only celebratory event seniors do.


Graduation is coming up and seniors are ready to go. Summer fever and Senioritis are in the air, and all students want to do is party, and party they will. Senior week, a week full of fun activities for only seniors, is held on May 14-21.

Senior week was designed to be a send off for the seniors and to create good memories of high school before they leave.

“Senior week is an opportunity for seniors to say goodbye to each other and have some fun spending time together,” said Tracy Stokes, senior advisor.

There are multiple activities going on throughout the week.

Monday – The chalk festival will be held at the school. Seniors will eat hotdogs and chips before throwing chalk at each other.

“You’re probably going to want to plan on wearing clothes that can get dirty,” said Caden Probert, senior class president.

Tuesday – Support a school function day. A choir concert and multiple sports events will be going on, so go support the school.

Wednesday – Skating. Students can go to the Classic Skating roller skating rink for the night.

Thursday – Movie night on the field. The Greatest Showman will be played and seniors will be given treats.

Friday – First, the final assembly will be held, then seniors will be served breakfast in the cafeteria. Then, they will go to Weber State for graduation practice. Last, they will head back to Fremont for yearbook signing for as long as they want.

Saturday – Starting at 6:30, the Senior Cotillion begins. Students will be served Olive Garden, then dance until 11:00. The Senior video full of pictures of their high school years will be shown during it.

With all of the activities, seniors are bound to have fun. “[It’s] like a last get together every day of the week before we graduate and then maybe not see each other,” Probert said. Make sure to participate to make the best of the last weeks before school ends!

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Olympic medal count


With the Olympics ending the Medal count for the most medals overall are as follows.

  1. Norway with 39
  2. Germany with 31
  3. Canada with 29

The US came in fourth in the medal count with 23 medals in total, 9 gold medals, 8 silver medals, and 6 bronze medals. The competitions we took gold in are,

1 in Alpine Skiing

1 in Cross Country Skiing

1 in Curling

1 in Freestyle Skiing

1 in Hockey

4 in Snowboarding

The closing ceremonies were on Sunday with Pyeongchang performing an amazing ending ceremonies passing the torch to Beijing china in 2022.

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Student Life

Drill Prep Class


It’s that time of the year again, tryout season.  Coming up on February 22nd the drill team will be hosting a prep class for girls planning on auditioning for their 2018-2019 season.

     “Maddie Massingill [Dallas Cowboys Cheerleader] is teaching it, so we’ll learn a short routine from her which is gonna be awesome,” said Audrey Wallace, drill team member “and our seniors on the team this year will be teaching us a short military sequence to give the new girls an idea of the military style as well as a kick combo.

     The purpose of this class is to let girls know what they should expect at tryouts and show what it’s like to be on the team. It is also a good opportunity to meet current team members and put yourself out there.

    “Expect to work hard and move fast. You’ll probably want to have splits flat if you plan on trying out and be prepared to kick a lot!” Said Oakley Kallas, current team member.

    There is a mandatory parent meeting on March 27 at 5:30pm, and clinics and tryouts will be held in April.

    “It’s really a lot of fun! At clinics we’ll learn a military sequence and a more jazz style routine and in groups of about 4 to 5 you’ll perform in front of judges. You may be asked to do some kicks or splits and then you’ll be put into a room with another judge and she’ll just ask you a few questions that you might have written on your application.”  Wallace said.

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Student Life

Salty Slams


Slam Poetry, according to Urban Dictionary, is “The only thing known to man that makes anyone under the age of thirty like poetry.”  

“Slam poetry is what’s considered modern poetry,” said Chloe Rose, leader of the Slam Poetry club. “It’s a mixture of poetry and performance arts, because you’re not just reading your poem, but performing in front of a crowd.”

    This month, on February 16 from 6-9pm, the members of the club are being featured at The Salty Creative, a performance venue in Ogden near 27th and Washington.  It’s a small establishment that allows students to attend slams and perform their poems.  The cost is $5 for adults, $3 for students, and performers get in free.

    “All the profits, after paying rent for the venue, go to us,” Rose said, “So we make a profit as a club to do some more really cool stuff.”


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Student Life

Utah Higher Education Day


Applying to college is a very time consuming process, and for juniors, it’s right around the corner.  There are a lot of aspects that factor into which schools you apply for.  One of the biggest things that needs to be considered is how much scholarship money a school offers you.

“Scholarship money is very important, because I see money as my ticket to  eating a good meal,” said junior Colby Sorensen. “If I’m spending too much money on loans for school, I can’t eat, pay for rent, or buy gas.”  

Coming up on February 22, there is going to be a Utah Higher Education Day (College Day) for the juniors.

“College day is sponsored by the Utah Higher Education Authority,” said counselor Kim Deamer.  “This is a group with representatives from ALL the colleges in Utah.  They are coming to let Juniors know about their college and the programs they have.  They are trying to help juniors make decisions about which college to attend.

Students can walk around and talk to representatives at each table and get information on what it’s like to attend that college.

“The coordinator for the Utah Higher Education day emails us at the beginning of the school year and tells us these are the dates that we’re going to do it, make sure you have rooms available,” said Crystal Worthen, counseling secretary. 

Unfortunately, this day occurs before the juniors take this ACT, so they will not have their scores to help them understand how much scholarship money they can receive.

“I think that’s kind of misleading and confusing to have college day before the ACT,” said junior Kade Schweitzer. “You don’t even know what’s in your options, so you don’t know exactly what you should be looking for while you’re there.”

Scholarships generally depend mostly on your GPA and ACT score.  

“It doesn’t really make sense to me to have college day before we take the ACT,” Sorensen said. “It’s a huge deciding factor, at least in my situation. My ACT decides what classes I’m taking next year, and what college I can afford.”

Although without their ACT scores, Juniors may not have all of the information, some students view this as a good opportunity to know what they should shoot for.

“Well it makes sense to me to have college day before we get our scores, because that way we know what we want and need to aim for on the ACT and on our GPA,” said junior Emma Christensen. “I think it’s smart to do it before.”

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Pack TV

Chloe Kim brings home gold


17 year old Chloe Kim from long beach California won the Olympic gold medal for women’s snowboarding half pipe. Her first run landed her a 93.75 which gave her a substantial lead over the rest of the competitors, her last run gave her an almost perfect score of 98.75, Chloe is the youngest female gold medalist in the winter Olympic’s.



Chloe showing her colors at winter Olympics.

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Olympics finally starts with opening ceremonies


This morning at 12:20 the Olympics officially started with the opening ceremonies, United Korea held an amazing show to kick off the 2018 Olympics. North Korea and South Korea marched together under one flag.

Also in more Olympic news Russia is still disqualified from the Olympics and 45 athletes from Russia are disqualified from competing in the Olympics in general. 168 Other Russian athletes are going to compete under the Olympic flag wearing neutral colors.


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SpaceX launches Tesla into Space.


Tuesday Elon Musk and space X launched a new rocket into space, this rocket was unmanned except for a red Tesla and mannequin dressed in a space suit named Starman. The rocket has three boosters to carry into orbit and are recyclable they fly down and land back on the pads for another use. The car was supposed to reach mars but some over calculations have caused the rocket to go past mars and is now going towards an asteroid belt after mars.

Along with Starman driving a cherry red Tesla there is also a sign on the dashboard that says ” Don’t Panic” and a hot wheels car, there is a also a small astronaut figure on board as well.

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Four teenagers are stuck in the jungle; And it’s great


The new movie Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle came out over Winter Break and audiences loved it.


On December 20, 2017, the movie Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle hit the theaters. A continuation of the original, this Jumanji stars Dwayne ‘the Rock’ Johnson, Karen Gillan, Kevin Hart, and Jack Black. There is one key difference about this Jumanji that wasn’t featured in the original, in this movie the game advances with the modern times and upgrades itself to a video game, sucking people inside of it instead of bringing the game to life. And it does a great job.

This  movie does an amazing job of keeping its audience entertained. It has loads of humor, but not too much to make it seem cheesy. The plot is fast paced to keep the audience engaged and with multiple plot twists, especially a large reveal at the end, to keep people on their toes.

However, there is some inappropriate humor and mild language. Also, some of the acting could have been improved. The four adult stars of the show were supposed to act like their teenage counterparts, and there was varying stages of success on that front.

All in all, it is a great movie.

If you’re wondering if it’s worth seeing, it definitely is. However, I wouldn’t put it in front of the popular releases that came out at the end of 2017. Wait till it’s in the cheaper theaters and you don’t have to fight the rush for movies.

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“Cash on Delivery” starts next week


Grab your cash for “Cash on Delivery”


The theater department will be performing their spring play starting next week.This year’s play is “Cash on Delivery”,  a comedy by Michael Cooney.

The play will be performed February 8th, 9th, 10th, and 12th at 7:00pm in the auditorium. Tickets will be available for purchase at the door for $8 for adults and $6 for students and seniors, cash or check only.

Go out and see the theater department put on another wonderful show!

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