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  • Senior shatters bench record
  • Shawn Mendes wows the crowd
  • Debate Team challenges students
  • Code Red drills give way to ALICE protocol
  • Senior shatters bench record

    Senior shatters bench record

    Lydia Gonsales, Staff Writer

    September 24, 2017

    For the first time in a decade, St.Francis High School Senior, Aaron Molskness, set a new SFHS bench record of 370 pounds. The record was broken September 12 during Saints Time. “I’m proud, really proud of him,” said teacher and weight room coach, Chris Lindquist. “I’ve told a lot of people...

    Senior Aaron Moskness breaks the school bench record on September 12 during Saints Time, with a lift of 370 pounds.

  • Shawn Mendes wows the crowd

    Shawn Mendes wows the crowd

    Jolie Olson, Guest Writer

    August 7, 2017

    Shawn Mendes fans gathered at the Xcel Energy Center on August 6th to see the musician on his Illuminate the World tour. Among the Mendes admirers stood supporters of the opening act, Charlie Puth. The “See you Again” singer got the crowd hyped up with a couple of his hit songs, such as “One ...

    Shawn Mendes performs at Excel Energy Center in St. Paul during his Illuminate the World tour on Sunday, August 6.

    Jolie Olson

  • Debate Team challenges students

    Debate Team challenges students

    Anastasiya Tokar, Editor in Chief

    November 10, 2016

    As soon as school began, Debate coach Steven Fetzik started recruiting for his activity. Returning students and new recruits began working together to improve their speech skills and researching the topics for this debate season. As soon as school began, Debate coach Steven Fetzik started recruiting...

  • Code Red drills give way to ALICE protocol

    Code Red drills give way to ALICE protocol

    Connor Ramlet, Staff Writer

    November 10, 2016

    April 20th,1999. Columbine High school, Littleton Colorado. 13 dead, 23 wounded. December 14th, 2012. Sandy Hook Elementary, Newtown Connecticut. 20 children and six adults, dead. April 20th,1999. Columbine High school, Littleton Colorado. 13 dead, 23 wounded. December 14th, 2012. Sandy Hook Elementary,...

SFHS Today for October 9, 2017

This broadcast of SFHS Today features a story on Las Vegas that hit close to home, the effect of the bond referendum on SFMS, highlights from Homecoming...

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Debate Team challenges students

Debate Team challenges students

Anastasiya Tokar, Editor in Chief

As soon as school began, Debate coach Steven Fetzik started recruiting for his activity. Returning students and new recruits began working together to improve their speech skills and researching the topics for this debate season. As soon as school began, Debate coach Steven Fetzik started recruiting...

November 10, 2016No Comments

Code Red drills give way to ALICE protocol

Code Red drills give way to ALICE protocol

Connor Ramlet, Staff Writer

April 20th,1999. Columbine High school, Littleton Colorado. 13 dead, 23 wounded. December 14th, 2012. Sandy Hook Elementary, Newtown Connecticut. 20 children and six adults, dead. April 20th,1999. Columbine High school, Littleton Colorado. 13 dead, 23 wounded. December 14th, 2012. Sandy Hook Elementary,...

November 10, 2016No Comments

Courage retreat builds strong leaders

Courage retreat builds strong leaders

Kaydee Bjork, Producer

Over 100 seventh graders poured into Constance Free Church in Andover on October 11, to engage in the annual Courage Retreat.Over 100 seventh graders poured into Constance Free Church in Andover on October 11, to engage in the annual Courage Retreat. Youth Frontiers sponsors the retreat which has...

October 12, 2016No Comments

Student Council elections held for next year

Raina Pegors, Staff Writer

Student Council Elections were held on Monday, May 9 and the student body was able to vote for representatives for each grade level. This year, President Camille Zupfer was appointed for a second term and Jill Cherney will step into the role of Vice President. Current Vice President Carmen Kivisto...

May 10, 2016No Comments

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Seniors look back and give advice to underclassmen

Seniors look back and give advice to underclassmen

Alisa Franchino, Opinion Editor

“Don't forget to enjoy high school, don't JUST focus on grades, also focus on going out and having fun with friends,” he said. “Relax, you're only here for four short years; make the best of it.”

November 30, 2016No Comments

Technology

Technology

Sydney Sanow, Opinion Editor

When will we look up from the screens and see what is going on around us? We live in a generation where we care more about what is happening on the screen we can hold in...

February 25, 2015No Comments

Vacationing During School – How to Keep Up

Vacationing During School – How to Keep Up

Amanda Jacques, news editor

Leaving for vacation during the school year is not always as fun as one might imagine.  There’s a lot that has to be considered when planning to take off school to go on...

February 24, 2015No Comments

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Senior shatters bench record

Senior shatters bench record

Lydia Gonsales, Staff Writer

For the first time in a decade, St.Francis High School Senior, Aaron Molskness, set a new SFHS bench record of 370 pounds. The record was broken September 12 during Saints Time...

September 24, 2017No Comments

SFHS Today Sports for February 17, 2017

Features Sports Announcements, Sydney Z's 1,000 point moment in Girls B-Ball, and more.

February 17, 2017No Comments

Saints Football Enforces MSHSL Policy

Saints Football Enforces MSHSL Policy

Ben Hylen, Writer

As a new set of contact and practice regulations arise in High School football, the Saints are dealing well with the change. Beginning in the 2015 season, teams now have...

October 3, 2015No Comments

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Here's the latest broadcast from SFHS Today. Also - Saints Football won the game last night against Elk River.

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