The Fielder

Birth control does more than prevent pregnancy

Stephanie Wallace, Feature Editor

February 27, 2020

Both male and female contraception comes in multiple forms such as birth control implants, vaginal rings, patches, pills, shots, IUDs, condoms, diaphragms, cervical caps, spermicide, vasectomy, and sterilizations. Some forms are...

Various festivities warm winter season

Dylan Mau, Staff Writer

December 13, 2019

As the holiday season comes, people all around the world prepare to celebrate in many ways. Little boys and girls will struggle to sleep at night as they wait for the arrival of Santa, but others will prepare in “unusual”...

Students, staff engage in multitude of fandoms

Paige Gieseke, Fielder Friday Editor

November 14, 2019

People of all ages love to find themselves included in a community where there are individuals with shared interests. Anyone of any age group can be involved in at least one of these large groups, called fandoms. According to...

Students experience coffee addiction

October 17, 2019

400 million cups of coffee are consumed by Americans per day. Coffee is an essential part of most people’s morning because they believe if they don’t have it, they’ll be cranky for the rest of the day. 16% of students drink...

Students share stories of overcoming

September 19, 2019

These are student testimonies about their struggles with depression and suicide. Their names have been left out.

Faces of Central

Payton Middleton, Kaley Murray, Paige Gieseke, Elizabeth Hsieh, Hannah Darbro, and Makayla Velasquez

April 12, 2019

Pat Maher Best known as the woman at the front desk in the social services office, Pat Maher, has served 25 years in this district. As the first person who is seen in the social services office, Maher has an important ...

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