From the category archives:

Extracurricular

Nanny 911

by Carlyn July 31, 2014

Each week during the summer, half of my days are spent babysitting. I guess I shouldn’t really say babysitting anymore since the girls aren’t babies. We can just call me a nanny. That sounds more sophisticated anyway. Emma is 13 and Kara is 10. I have been with them the past few summers, and knew […]

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The Original J.T.

by Carlyn July 30, 2014

If you are into music and pop culture, you probably think of Justin Timberlake when you hear the initials J.T. However, before the modern J.T. was James Taylor. He was the original, considering he first rose to fame in the 1970s. He continues to be an outstanding singer, songwriter, and guitarist, and I feel lucky […]

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Rockstar Mayhem Fest @ Verizon.

by Corie July 24, 2014

People who don’t know me that well or just meet me randomly wouldn’t guess that I would like metal/hardcore rock music. I love it!! It is what I have grown up with and when I found out that Korn and Avenged Sevenfold were headlining I just had to go. Mayhem fest was last week at […]

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Happy 4th of July….in Mexico!

by Corie July 24, 2014

Yes, this year my family and I started the 4th all decked out in red, white and blue in Lambert airport. At 4 a.m., I was going through security to get on a plane to go to Mexico. Now, it wasn’t just a normal family vacation. My cousin was getting married. It was a week-long […]

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How to stay cool during the summer

by Alumni Posts July 23, 2014

One way to have fun over the summer while staying cool is to go swimming. This is the best way to stay cool over the summer and make sure that your body doesn’t overheat. Water parks, the YMCA, or even using a water hose from your house will help to keep you cool during the […]

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Renaissance Faire Fun

by Carlyn May 28, 2014

It’s that time of year again for the annual Renaissance Faire! It’s located in Rotary Park in Wentzville and I have gone there every year since I was in 7th grade and went on a field trip. In the last few years, it has become a tradition for my younger cousin to come with me. […]

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Summer Plans

by Alumni Posts May 28, 2014

This summer I plan on going to Six Flags with my friends. Hopefully this can come to pass because Six Flags is always a good time. I enjoy getting on the rides, swimming, and the smell of funnel cakes. Six Flags is just an adventurous world of fun. If you haven’t been there you need […]

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City Museum

by Joanna May 5, 2014

These last few weeks of school have been a lot of fun. Fontbonne is trying to squeeze in all the last minute activities, and I am gladly signing up for as many as I can. Tonight, I and a few of my friends went on a free trip to the City Museum. Like I said […]

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Because It’s The Cup

by Corie April 30, 2014

If you are a hockey fan, not matter what team you are rooting for, you know what my title means. It’s that time of year again, and the race for the Stanley Cup is on its way. Last year’s champions were the Chicago Blackhawks — my boys won! This past Friday, I was able to […]

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What’s to Come?

by Marki April 30, 2014

I know I have talked about this before but I am so happy to be apart of the FOCUS family this year. From the meetings and the bonding that we have already started doing I just know that we have a great group this year. Me and the other leaders are totally invested in making […]

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