Fannin TSA Students Attend Fall Leadership

Rebel's Corner

The Fannin County High School and Middle School students attended the Technology Student Association (TSA) Fall Leadership Conference in Jekyll Island, GA on November 8th through the 11th.  Students competed in the cardboard boat races, First Lego League Robotics, VEX Robotics, and managed the Electrathon Go-Cart Race.  Students also attended leadership development sessions and a college fair for engineering schools.  The Fannin High School TSA Chapter was presented with a White Star Chapter award for increasing the membership by 10% from last year.  This is the second year in a row that the chapter has been presented with a White Star award!

 

Cooper Brooks, Eli Young, and Gene Carbonell proudly display their cardboard boat.

 

 

Bryce Ware displays his VEX robot

 

James Kyle and Lucas Barnstead display their VEX robot

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Steven Setser, John Moler, and Isaiah Cargle with their 12th place VEX robot out of 60 teams!

Students Pictured in Feature Image (L-R):

Cooper Brooks, Eli Young, John Moler, Henry Leben, Gene Carbonell, Christian Jensen, Ramtin Doroodchi, Max Mathis, Will Garland, Thomas Green, Steven Setser, Isaiah Cargle

Fannin HOSA attended the GA HOSA Fall Leadership Conference

Rebel's Corner

Students from Fannin County High School HOSA attended the Georgia HOSA Fall Leadership Conference November 5-6 in Athens, Georgia. Through this conference, HOSA members had the opportunity to gain skills in leadership through several sessions and workshops. Before the conference students toured Augusta University’s College of Nursing, Athens Campus. They also toured the UGA Health Sciences campus where Augusta University and UGA have a medical partnership. The tour was given by second-year medical students attending at the AU/UGA Medical Partnership campus.

Pictured above from left to right: Joshua Taylor, Morgan Blaine, Abbey Arvidson, Emily Deal, Hannah Navarro, Izabel Oler, Trey Riccitiello, and Mary Maxwell

FCHS Veterans Recognition Program Scheduled for November 14th

Community, Rebel's Corner

Fannin County High School students and staff will host their annual Veterans Recognition Program on Wednesday, November 14, at 9 am in the Performing Arts Center.   All veterans are invited to attend and asked to arrive by 8:45. The program will last approximately one hour with veterans and their families being served brunch afterward.  For more information please contact the school.

Livestock show in Perry Georgia

Fannin County High, Rebel's Corner

On October 4th-7th, the Fannin County High School Livestock Show Team competed in Perry,
Georgia at the Georgia National Fair. The show team participated in sheep, goat, and cattle
weight classes and showmanship. The team members were Jordan Long, Kayla Hipp, and
Bretton Williams. Jordan long placed 11th in the weight class and Kayla Hipp received 9th in
her Ewe weight class. Bretton Williams placed 1st in his weight class with his Dexter steer.
Besides competing with sheep, goats, and cattle, team members also enjoyed time at the fair,
viewed the new animal birthing barn, and viewed many educational exhibits.

REACH Scholars participated in a field trip to Dalton State College

Fannin County High, Rebel's Corner

Fannin County High School REACH Scholars participated in a field trip to Dalton State College on October 2nd. They had a tour of the college campus guided by a DSC student, spoke with  science professor Dr. Hays about class sizes and activities, visited a typical dorm room, and had a picnic lunch at the tennis court facility. The Fannin County High School REACH scholars in the picture are:

People in the Image above –
Front Row:  Emma Payne, Mikayla Kendall, Chloe Collis, Joey Long, and Harley Cox

Back Row:  Aaliyah Green, Aubree Beavers, Ricardo Arellanes, Kaigan Mull, Hunter DeMar, DSC College Tour Guide, Hailey Tucker, Miriam Flores, Chastity Seabolt, and Tasia Galloway

Fannin Theater Group Announces their Presentation of Macbeth Fallout

Community, Rebel's Corner

The FCHS Acting Troupe 6952, “The Rebellion,” would like to announce their GHSA One Act Competition-Presentation of Macbeth Fallout, written by William Shakespeare and adapted for stage by Trey Clarkson, arranged by Eldridge Plays and Musicals.

This one-act version of William Shakespeare’s Macbeth maintains the Bard’s original dialogue but changes the setting to a post-apocalyptic world affected by nuclear fallout. The setting allows for many opportunities for creative staging, props, music, and lighting. Use of a shadow scrim and silhouettes intensifies the edgy nature of the play.

Directed by Todd Geren, Ed.S.  

Rated PG13 for Frightening Images and Stage Violence.  

Presented on Sunday, October 21, 2018 at 4 PM at the FCHS Performing Arts Center. $5 at the box office.

Presented for non-public viewing at the GHSA One Act Competition at Dawson County High School in Dawsonville, GA on October 25, 2018.

Please come support The Rebellion!

FCHS Art Students Incorporate Technology

Rebel's Corner

Fannin County High School Art Teacher, Holly Viccaro, has embraced the opportunity to incorporate technology into the classroom.  With the 1:1 ChromeBook Initiative that was implemented this year at FCHS, every student has their own device to utilize throughout the day and to take home.  Shown with Mrs. Viccaro is art student Thalia Saldana.

Rebel Wrap Up 2018

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