Etched in Stone

Trivia Night is an enormous success

Trivia Night is an enormous success

Karen Manley

November 11, 2017


Filed under 2017, Academics

Fossil Ridge High School’s first annual Trivia Night was held on Friday, November 10 in the media center. The cost to compete was $10, and all proceeds went to hurricane relief in Puerto Rico. Students were asked a variety of questions from five categories: sports, science, music, movies, and history. F...

Fossil hosts Forensics competition

Fossil hosts Forensics competition

Isabella Mahal

November 11, 2017


Filed under 2017, Academics, Speech & Debate

Photo Credit: Isabella Mahal Beginning at 8:15 am on Saturday, November 11, Fossil Ridge High School’s Argumentation and Debate class competed at Rumble at the Ridge, a forensics competition. Though none of Fossil’s twelve competitors made it to the semi-final round, all learned valuable skills...

Trick-or-Treat Street provides a safe alternative to Halloween

Trick-or-Treat Street provides a safe alternative to Halloween

Wyatt Greenacre and Karen Manley

November 4, 2017


Filed under 2017, StuCo

On October 30 Fossil Ridge High School’s Student Council put on the annual Trick or Treat Street. he kids maneuvered their way around all the decorations set up on the first floor of Fossil the event is for young kids to come dressed up in their costumes and collect early candy from Fossil clubs. ...

Journalism conference introduces students to new opportunities

Journalism conference introduces students to new opportunities

October 20, 2017


Filed under 2017, Academics, Local, News, Ridge

Members from Etched in Stone traveled to Colorado State University on Thursday, October 19 for the annual Journalism Day celebration put on by the Colorado Student Media Association (CSMA). The event, hosted in the Lory Student Center and attracting nearly 1,500 students and advisors from all over Col...

FBLA kicks off year with Leadership Conference

FBLA kicks off year with Leadership Conference

Serena Bettis

October 16, 2017


Filed under 2017, Academics, FBLA

Despite not starting their competition season until second semester, Fossil Ridge High School’s division of the Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) is getting a head start on honing their leadership skills and conditioning their members for domination at their competitions as they did last y...

Fire alarm interrupts PSAT

Fire alarm interrupts PSAT

Liam Flake

October 14, 2017


Filed under 2017, Academics, News, Ridge

A fire alarm rang out at 8:30 in the morning of October 11, interrupting the PSAT, which had only started minutes before in the gym of Fossil Ridge High School. All students were quickly ushered out of the school before being allowed back in approximately 11 minutes later. The PSAT continued, with ext...

Unified Flag Football plays hard against the Lobos

Unified Flag Football plays hard against the Lobos

Abby Bordewick

October 13, 2017


Filed under Fossil Friends, Photo Essays, Sports, Unified Flag Football

    Fossil Ridge High School’s unified flag football  team played crosstown rivals, Rocky Mountain High School, on Wednesday, October 11. With all of the players trying their hardest, the sabercats won the game, 38 to 28. During  half time the unified cheerleaders performed a ro...

Science Olympiad season kicks off

Science Olympiad season kicks off

Liam Flake

October 4, 2017


Filed under 2017, Academics, Clubs, Features, Science Olympiad

Fossil Ridge High School’s Science Olympians held their kick off meeting on Friday, September 15, initiating their year-long season. Practice commences in October, and the team has high hopes for the year-long season after placing 24th overall last year in the national tournament in Dayton, Ohio. In that...

Marching to BJ’s Brewhouse

Marching to BJ’s Brewhouse

Macy Fowler

October 3, 2017


Filed under 2017, FBLA

On Wednesday, September 13, a large crowd walked from Fossil Ridge High School to BJ’s Brewhouse for the March of Dimes, which is put on annually by the Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA). The March of Dimes is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to better the health of mothers and prema...

Club Rush informs students about activities at Fossil

Club Rush informs students about activities at Fossil

Isabella Mahal

September 27, 2017


Filed under Academics, Arts, Clubs, Features

Photo Credit: Karen Manley On Friday, September 22, Fossil Ridge High School’s annual Club Rush was held in the gym during advisory. The entire freshman class had an opportunity to walk around and view tables, which were decorated uniquely to each club. Some sophomores also attended the event becaus...

Class Competitions take a turn for the interesting

Class Competitions take a turn for the interesting

Karen Manley

September 10, 2017


Filed under StuCo, Uncategorized

          Fossil Ridge High School students competed in “Class Competitions” during the week of September 4, a series of challenges that tested many aspects of each grade’s talent. There was everything from fundraising for Hurricane Harvey to a Sabercat drawing art competition, and each grade ...

Counselors excited to build better student relationships

Counselors excited to build better student relationships

Serena Bettis

May 18, 2017


Filed under Academics, News, Ridge, Spring 2017

Fossil Ridge High School’s counseling department will be undergoing organizational changes that they want the student body to be aware of for the 2017-2018 school year. Instead of making students transitions between counselors after their freshman year, students will have the same counselor all four yea...

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