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FC celebrates Jensen’s birthday

By Carmen Huff

FC honored at Indiana Statehouse

On Wednesday, March 2, over 40 FC  journalism and government students attended the 5th annual First Amendment Symposium at the Indiana State house sponsored by the Indiana High School Press Association.

Principal Louie Jensen was awarded IHSPA Administrator of the Year for his support of FC journalism and the First Amendment.

Senior Carmen Huff was a finalist for Indiana Student Journalist of the Year.

Junior Jill Moore won third place prize in the poster contest promoting the First Amendment.

Sophomore Grace Runkel won first place in the essay contest promoting the First Amendment.

Senior Jon Ferguson, President of the IHSPA student board, was one of six Indiana journalism students selected to speak about the First Amendment at the event last Wednesday.

New era begins at FC

Photos by Carmen Huff

President of the Board of School Trustees Roger Whaley and president of the building corporation Robert Kleehamer unveil the plaque presented to the school commemorating the end of renovations. NA-FC superintendent Bruce Hibbard speaks at the rededication ceremony on Sept. 19 in the auditorium. Hibbard was the master of ceremonies and presented the formality of the event.
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NA-FC superintendent Bruce Hibbard celebrates the end of renovations and the new, state-of-the-art building that is now Floyd Central. President of the Board of School Trustees Roger Whaley and president of the building corporation Robert Kleehamer unveil the plaque presented to the school commemorating the end of renovations
President of the Board of School Trustees Roger Whaley and president of the building corporation Robert Kleehamer unveil the plaque presented to the school commemorating the end of renovations
Assistant principal Rob Willman leads a group of curious visitors on a tour of the new building. He and assistant principal Janie Whaley gave tours after the rededication ceremony on Sept. 19. The students of the National Honor Society also helped give tours and direct people who wanted to see the establishment.