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Friday, November 20, 2009

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FHS News
By Kathryn Ong

Many Franklin students nowadays are first in their families to apply for college admissions and these students are the ones that programs seek. Fortunately for high school students, there are two programs that help Quakers prepare for college’s rigorous courses, Upward Bound and Running Start.

 

 
Sports
By Bradley Fujimoto

Fall sports just ended, which means winter sports are just around the corner. Winter sports consist of boys and girls’ basketball, co-ed swimming, and wrestling.  Winter sports try-outs started on November 16, but it’s not too late to try out for some sports.

 

 
Local News
By Rikka Quinanola

Halloween night, October 31, 2009, Officer Timothy Brenton was in the passenger seat of his police vehicle while Britt Sweeney an officer in training took the wheel, cruising through the central area of Seattle. While stopped at a stoplight discussing traffic and stop light matters from an earlier incident, Officers Brenton and Sweeney got a terrifying and fatal surprise.

 
Arts & Entertainment
By Shannon Xaybanha

Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare 2 is said to be the most anticipated game of the year, which finally hit the shelves on 11.10.09. Many people waited outside the game stores and providers across the world at midnight. Some gamers even skipped work, or school to try out this epic sequel. The first game, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare came out a little over two years ago, but made game of the year in '09. As time progresses, so will the sales of this game. Students around FHS shared their input about MW2.

 

 
Opinion
By Kevin Frances

It is widely known that Physical Education is a part of school’s curriculum and helps students to start to develop a healthy lifestyle in their early years. Being active does not only improve someone’s strength and endurance, it also improves mental and emotional development. 

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