The student news site of Fraser High School

The Flash

About

The purpose of the Flash is to inform and entertain our audience, which includes the entire Fraser community, on subjects that may affect our readers. We also aim to be an open forum for the audience to be heard and make comments and observations. It is our intent that we provide this information in a clear, meaningful, and journalistic way.

Editorial Policy

The editorial board is the decision-making group for the newspaper staff. It includes the editor-in-chief, assistant editors, and all other writers, web editors, and photographers. The board is in charge of making the decisions on what will go into the newspaper. If a controversial issue arises, it is the common assumption that there will be nothing published in the newspaper that is libelous, obscene, copyrighted, disrupting, or advocating illegal activities.

Contact Us

At the Flash, we encourage letters to the editor so that our readers can cooperate with us to make a better newspaper. Any signed letter of which is not libelous, obscene, or regarding defamation or incitement may be accepted to be published. Letters are subject to edit for grammar and content if necessary. Please keep letters 250 words or less. Letters can also be submitted to the journalism room or in the main office, as well as via e-mail to theflash@ fraserk12.org

Letters to the Editor should be addressed to:

Letter to the Editor, The Flash

34270 Garfield

Fraser, Michigan

48026

The Flash is a member of the following:

Michigan Interscholastic Press Association (MIPA)

National Scolastic Press Association (NSPA)

PBS NewsHour

Student Reporting Labs ( # IamSRL)

Adviser – Mr. James Flanagan is a member of the following:

Journalism Education Association (JEA)

Broadcasting Education Association (BEA)

FHS is an official chapter of the following:

The Quill and Scroll International Honorary Society for High School Journalists

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