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Sophie Webb

Students in the small gym participating in a friendly game of volleyball.


Yet another subject is left worried for the future. “It already feels like there’s not enough money to do the things we want to do,” says Lisa McVicker, a well-known teacher for Wellness throughout Fossil. 

McVicker plans to partner with places like Triple Crown and Northern Colorado Sports Officials in the future to continue raising funds for the program. 

“I just don’t want it to make the quality of those programs go down,” McVicker explains. Changes may have to be made in the future, altering the integrity of these classes. 

There is too much uncertainty to make confirmed plans about fees going into the future. This decision was made by the district in early fall, still unsure of where to go even as the school year is rounding to an end.

“That money will come from somewhere. We don’t know where it’s coming from,” McVicker adds. This doubt continues to rattle the school, adding more stress as time continues. 

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