The student news site of Fort Osage High School

The Signal

The student news site of Fort Osage High School

The Signal

The student news site of Fort Osage High School

The Signal

HELP. Offering guidance, English Language Arts teacher Ms. Ashleigh Green helps Freshman Nevaeh Walters with an assignment. Students who need extra help can attend tutoring from 2:45 to 3:45 p.m. on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays.

Tutoring available for students

Story by Shia Mobley, Reporter
December 3, 2021
ON OR OFF. Students in Ms. Sharon Woods Government class opt not to wear masks after the mandate was lifted. The Jackson County Health Department rescinded the mask mandate on Nov. 12.

Staff, students follow lifted mask mandate

Story by Lailah Bobo, Reporter
December 1, 2021
SPIRIT. Sporting wild clothing, Sophomore KC Culbertson celebrates Wacky Wednesday during the Fall Spirit Week. Student Council sponsored the week from Oct. 25-29.

Fall spirit week ignites involvement

Story by Jazzy Walker, Reporter
November 15, 2021
GETTING INFORMED. Packing the varsity gym, students visit various college booths to find out  more about each school. This was the first Career and College day offered by the school.

Career Fair Offers Opportunities

Story by Treyvuntae Lee, Reporter
November 2, 2021
CREATING: Starting a new project, senior Hailie Ferguson opens a clay package. Ferguson is the president of the National Art Honor Society and plans on pursuing an education in fine arts.

Ferguson focused on career in fine arts

Story by Shia Mobley, Reporter
October 25, 2021
SUPPORT. Standing in the stands during a home volleyball match v. Belton, the Fort Osage High School student section wore pink to bring awareness to sexual assault. Both schools worked together  to bring awareness to the issue.

Students stand up to sexual assault

Story by Aurora Spriggs, Reporter
October 19, 2021
RETURNING HOME. Ms. Paige Maske (top), Ms. Samantha Messer (Bottom Left) and Mr. Simo Atagi (Bottom Right) all came back to work at FOHS after brief work stints in other schools or positions. Ms. Maske now teachers Credit Recovery, Ms. Messer teaches Health and Mr. Atagi teachers Social Studies and Real World Career Exploration.

Teachers return to Fort

Story by Treyvuntae Lee, Reporter
September 29, 2021
PASSING TIME: Flooding the halls, freshman students navigate to their next classes. School started on Aug. 23, 2021.

First week goes well for freshman

Story by Aurora Spriggs, Reporter
September 20, 2021
WAITING. Keeping busy, students check their phones and visit while waiting in the unusually long lunch lines. The school year started with increased congestion due in part to a change from six lunch shifts to four lunch shifts.

Students face congestion during lunch

Story by Jordyn Gates, Reporter
September 17, 2021
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