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Frost Roadways and Revelations

Commanders take new quarterback at number 2 pick

Commanders take new quarterback at number 2 pick

Brett K. and Jackson D. May 6, 2024

On a cold Thursday night in Detroit, Michigan, lies the future of many hopeful college students. By this, one could deduce, the NFL Draft. Who will the Washington Commanders pick? After trading Sam...

The sun during the solar eclipse.

The first solar eclipse in 7 years

Arya D. April 11, 2024

The sky is completely dark. You can see stars and planets. But it’s day, not night. So, how is this possible? This is possible if you are present where a total solar eclipse is! Fortunately, a solar...

Sophie N., Sunny R., Maiya V., Mackenzie T., and Alli B., standing together after they’d just won

FACS Cupcake Wars Captivates Students With Intense Competition and Flavor

Riley S., Arya D., Aziz A., and Bradley F. April 5, 2024

Five groups, five different cupcakes, only one can win. In Ms. Hansen's   FACS classes, just before Spring Break, groups of students competed in the ultimate challenge of creating the best tasting, and...

From left to right: Matthew, Makayla, Christian, Colin, Calvin

Colon Parenthesis Robotics Wins State competition

Makayla C. (Member of the team) March 15, 2024

On March 3rd, 2024, Colon Parenthesis robotics team participated in the state robotics competition for Vex IQ. There were 18 teams in total and 8 awards to win. We won the Excellence award, Teamwork award,...

Football has changed, for the worse, since Taylor and Travis began dating.

The NFL can’t shake Taylor Swift off

Mackenzie T. February 2, 2024

Lately there has been a lot of extra attention towards the Kansas City football star, Travis Kelce and Taylor Swift. Ever since the two became a couple, the media and attention has been on them non stop....

Delegates from Frost at CHMUN during lunch break

Frost’s Model UN Team Attends CHMUN

Arya D. January 26, 2024

On January 12 and 13th, Frost’s Model United Nations (MUN) team took part in Chantilly High School’s conference, CHMUN. CHMUN was a two day conference with 4 middle school committees and 16 high school...

Some “new students” taking selfies during Flipped Friday.

SGA Candy Sale and Spirit Week were a Huge Success, $1,300 Profit, and Spirits High as Ever!

Riley S. November 27, 2023

On October 25th, only 6 days before Halloween students lined up in excitement for the Frost Candy Sale and Raffle. A week later students showed up in their best outfits, and school spirit. The candy...

Conformed Fortnite Enjoyer plays the game

Biggest In The Business, Fortnite OG

Jack C. November 27, 2023

On Friday November 3rd( 2023), arguably one of the biggest events in the history of gaming occurred. The launch of Fortnights latest season Fortnite OG. Fortnite season OG was a season requested by many...

A picture of a spirit week the SGA is doing this year.

Interested in SGA? A hard job that’s worth it!

Riley S., editor in chief September 14, 2023

The entire school decked out in flannel, thousands of food items being raised for the homeless, or even the candy grams you buy for all your friends during Valentines Day. These are all fun events that...

 A tornado (courtesy of NOAA)

Rare EF4 Tornadoes Tear Up Mississippi

Teo K. April 26, 2023
On 24-March-2023, tornadoes ripped through Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, and Tennessee. The town hit hardest was Rolling Fork, Mississippi. 35% of people in that area live under the poverty line. 
Frost’s students who competed in the first round!  Salma D. (bottom row, 2nd on the left) and Casey M. (top row, 3rd from the right) advanced to the second round.

Frost Deaf/Hard of Hearing Students are Optimistic!

Joelle R., Siyona K., and Cate S. April 25, 2023
On February 9th, 2023, Deaf/Hard of Hearing students at Frost participated in a competition hosted by the Optimist Club of Central Fairfax. The competition, “Discovering the Optimism Within Me,” focused on helping students recognize the joy they possess inside, and what they want to be when they grow up.
A spiraling tunnel of novels and textbooks. Photo: Pixabay/Ivan Pais

Juvenile interest in literature dwindles over time

Avery C. April 25, 2023
The importance of literacy and reading is something most students are familiar with. We have English classes, book clubs, and even a school library, all of which promote reading. However, despite the emphasis on reading, teen literacy and leisure reading rates have dropped drastically in the last decade.
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