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End of the Year Letter From the Editors

Dear Readers, The Hawk Herald will be taking a break until next August. This year, we transitioned from a physical paper to a digital site. We appreciate your patience during this change.  Next year, we plan to further expand our output with the help of more than a dozen new writers. Our leadership will change as well. Nathan La Huis and Josie Ness will be taking the helm as Co-Editors-in-Chief. They will be editing student…

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A Perspective on Society

From a very young age, I have been a very competitive child. I was rough. I climbed a lot of trees, had my fair share of hospital visits, tried to wrestle my sister — she would have rather played Barbies like a “normal” girl. I played soccer; I did Girls on the Run. I wasn’t afraid to get my jeans dirty. I wasn’t concerned if my jeans had grass stains on them, or if I…

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Nathan La Huis and Camila Meraz Elected Co-Presidents of Student Government

On Wednesday afternoon, Nathan La Huis (‘20) and Camila Meraz (‘20) were announced to be the winners of the presidential election for Forest Hills Eastern High School’s Student Government. Vipul Adusmilli (‘20) and Luis Vasquez (‘20), the other two candidates, both plan to take positions on the Executive Board next year. Nathan and Camila will be leading the club for the 2019-2020 school year and will be responsible for planning many school events, including dances…

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Class of 2019 Final Thoughts….

Avolio, Annabelle Alma College “Some people say, “Never let them see you cry,” I say, if you’re so mad you could just cry, then cry. It terrifies everyone. Bennett, Elle United States Military Academy at West Point “Few words, many thoughts, and a world to experience” Bileth, Ashley Attending Central Michigan University to pursue a doctorate in psychiatry “To the moon and back” Braun, Jimmy Attending Michigan State University Calveneau, Zach Hope College “I ain’t…

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Teacher Appreciation: Ms. Brown

Ms. Jacquie Brown has been a teacher at FHE for 6 years, including her time at Knapp Forest Elementary. Ms. Brown teaches Health, Fitness, and Leadership. She exclaimed that her favorite part of teaching is “Getting to spark my passion into another student, for living a healthy life,” whether physically or mentally. Throughout her teaching career, she has learned that seeing the “light bulb go off” is completely true! She loves to see when students…

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Teacher Appreciation: Mrs. Schellenberg

Mrs. Schellenberg is an English teacher at FHE, continuing on with an astounding fifteen years under her belt. However, teaching wasn’t always her first choice. She believes that she has always wanted to be a teacher, but was simply unsure of the fact that she wanted it. Young Mrs. Schellenberg was consumed by another passion: becoming a cowgirl. She had all the supplies: the boots, the hat, the music. As she grew older, she gradually…

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Teacher Appreciation: Ms. Brasic

Ms. Brasic teaches AP United States History, AP Micro and Macroeconomics, and AP Computer Science at Eastern High School. She grew up in Comstock Park and attended Sparta High School. Her family moved from Evart, Michigan after her dad got a job as Superintendent of Sparta Schools. She attended Central Michigan University and calls it the “best five and a half years of my life.” She did not always aspire to become a teacher. In…

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Teacher Appreciation- Mr. Boelkins

To say Mr. Boelkins the band director at FHE is a well-seasoned individual and teacher, would be an understatement. Mr. Boelkins has been teaching for 35 years, 31 of those years within the Forest Hills District.  Mr. Boelkins has had the pleasure of teaching all ages and grades daily and works with many students from 6th grade all the way to graduation. When asked what his favorite part of teaching was, he replied,” I get…

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Teacher Appreciation: Mr. Wysocki

Mr. Wysocki teaches World and U.S. History at FHE. He attended Forest Hills Northern as a student and continued his academic career at Michigan University. When asked about his experience of high school he replied, “I grew up loving the community that was school. My school experience included constantly questioning the teacher and the content.  When I was wrong, getting kicked out of class or sleeping was the way. I hated school so much I…

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Teacher Appreciation: Ms. Ahmicasaube

Ms. Ahmicasaube otherwise known as Sra. Ah is a Spanish and Sociology teacher at FHE High School and Middle School. Sra. Ah is currently wrapping up her 16th year of teaching and 13th year at Eastern. She has gifted many schools with her talent of connecting with people and teaching kids about places and culture outside of what they know. Over the years she has taught in Grand Rapids Public (bilingual school), Forest Hills Northern,…

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