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  • Reading At Faith – How popular is it?

    Reading At Faith – How popular is it?

    Owen Thompson, Editor

    February 27, 2017

    Reading, an unquestioned staple of schoolwork for centuries, seems every now and then to come up for some kind of review, with skeptics questioning whether it is necessary in such copious amounts; many students argue that reading should take a proverbial back-seat to something deemed more useful in life,...

    Books on shelves in the Faith Lutheran Library. Librarian Ms. Bowline believes that reading at Faith is becoming more popular than in years past.

    Photo by Owen Thompson

  • L.I.T. 3:16 Gives Students A Lesson In Faith

    L.I.T. 3:16 Gives Students A Lesson In Faith

    Owen Thompson, Editor

    January 29, 2017

    As of Monday, October 31, students at Faith Lutheran Middle School have a new way to express their faith, by way of a new faith group called L.I.T. 3:16. The group, whose name stands for Living in Truth, aims to share devotionals and help others in faith. The group, the first of its kind at Faith...

    Students gather in Room 116 to discuss a devotional. The group explores new concepts in faith, and informs members of new ways to talk Gospel.

    Photo by Owen Thompson

  • 3D Printers At Faith Lutheran

    3D Printers At Faith Lutheran

    Owen Thompson, Editor

    November 29, 2016

    This year, Faith Lutheran gained entirely modern, advanced 3D printers; though, with that came some apparent confusion from students. READ MORE »»

    The Polar3D printers create a design in the Library. The new devices open opportunities for creativity, through their flexibility.

    Photo by Owen Thompson

  • Marquis Jamison

    Marquis Jamison

    Jordan Pulse, Editor

    May 23, 2016

    On May 2, Marquis Jamison, seventh grade nationally recognized service honoree, received the Prudential Spirit of Community Award in Washington D.C. He will also receive the Acts of Kindness Award in Las Vegas for his ongoing community service for the homeless, cancer patients, and those with disabilities...

    James Lea (left) and Marquis Jamison (right) pose with their Prudential awards. Jamison has completed over 700 hours of community service for places such as homeless shelters, the Ronald McDonald House, and various cancer foundations.

    Photo courtesy of Shauntele Harless

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Students’ Unusual Extra Curricular Activities

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Cash me ousside, how bow dah?

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