Wednesday, March 25, 2015

STUDENT ACTIVITIES: Sadie Hawkins Dance "Radiance"

Hey Huskies! On February 6th, Fairmont Prep hosted its annual Sadie Hawkins dance. This year, the dance was called Radiance, and the sophomore class put together an evening of fun and excitement. We had an eye-catching, glow-in-the-dark theme with a graffiti wall, which was a big hit, a photo booth, great dj, a glow station for everyone to deck themselves out in colors, and much more. What was most impressive were the outfits people came sporting to the dance! Colorful was an understatement for everyone's attire. To match the theme, many students sported bright, vibrant neon colors or dressed in all white to reflect the black-lights. All night students danced to the music with LED glow sticks which “radiated” the gym. Shout out to all the sophomores who put together such an amazing night!

-Contributed by Shawnnelle N, Colette N., and Yvana H.

Wednesday, March 18, 2015


Do you find yourself having to spend a lot of time after school? Need help in a certain subject? Looking for something fun to do after school? If you answered yes to any of these questions, PrepPlus is a great after school opportunity to take advantage of! PrepPlus is a free, unique, after school tutoring & enrichment workshop. There are a variety of options for students to choose from. A student can choose to try a new sport, prep for a test, get homework help/completed, or even socialize with some friends over art. PrepPlus has four different blocks, each at a different time and a different length. To stay updated with the current schedule, visit for more information! We look forward to seeing you after school enjoying yourself at PrepPlus!

If you ever have any questions regarding PrepPlus, please see Mrs. Holly Wilson.

-Contributed by Evan M. and Olivia T.

Wednesday, March 11, 2015

CLUBS: FPA Youth for Direct Relief

 A huge Husky shout out to the FPA Youth For Direct Relief Club! FPA Youth For Direct Relief’s main goal is to fundraise for Direct Relief, a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization that provides medical assistance to people around the world who have been affected by poverty, natural disasters, and civil unrest. Direct Relief has donated over $25 million worth of medical supplies to Liberia and Sierra Leone, to help with the recent Ebola outbreak. They have donated items such as, surgical gowns, gloves, masks, medical disposal bins, and non-contact thermometers. The FPA Youth For Direct Relief Club recently held a community service project at a soup kitchen. They provided Valentines Day themed activities and games for the children at the soup kitchen while they were waiting to be served. The FPA Youth For Direct Relief Club is all about helping others. They will be selling boba tea for $3 on the second day of Around the World Day (3/10). Be sure to support them, and join the club if you are interested. Visit for more information.

- Contributed by Sameer A., Christina Z., & Michelle Pham

Wednesday, February 4, 2015


This January 4th to the 11th, a group of Fairmont students had the opportunity to travel all the way to Italy and explore Rome, the Eternal City. They visited many famous landmarks from the Coliseum to the Pantheon, as well as experiencing authentic Italian culture. Pasta and pizza were common and there were gelato stores around almost every corner. “It was one of the most beautiful trips I have ever been on,” said Fara Chang, a freshman. Everyone including Mrs. Kunkle and Mr. Dunn, who chaperoned the trip, had a great time, and we hope to see you out there next year!

-Contributed by

Wednesday, January 28, 2015

ATHLETICS: 2014 Husky Basketball Team Update

To start off the season strong the Husky Basketball team renovated their team room. It looks amazing and is ready for the new season.

The Lady Huskies have dominated the basketball court so far, loosing only three games out of fourteen.  Good job!  Keep up the hard work!

Our boys basketball team has had a great start, winning eight games. With mostly juniors on the team, once they become seniors, they will have an amazing season. Keep it up boys!
Both teams have two games this week:
Varsity Boys: 6:00 pm vs. Capistrano Valley Christian on Tuesday, January 27
Varsity Girls: 7:30 pm  vs. The Webb Schools on Tuesday, January 27
JV Boys:  5:30 pm at Orangewood on Saturday, January 31
Varsity Girls:  7:00pm at Orangewood on Saturday, January 31
Varsity Boys :  8:30pm at Orangewood on Saturday, January 31

Please come out to support your Husky Basketball Teams!

-Contributed by Olivia T. and Evan M.

Wednesday, January 21, 2015

ACADEMICS: National and Spanish Honor Society Induction

On Wednesday, December 10th, was the Induction Ceremony for the National Honor
Society, the California Scholarship Federation, and the Sociedad Honoraria Hispánica, also
known as the Spanish Honor Society. Students inducted into these exclusive organizations are
those that display exemplary character, honorable service to their community, excellence in
academics, and, for those in the Sociedad Honoraria Hispánica, excel in the Spanish language.
It is truly an honor to be accepted into these organizations. We are so proud of this year's
inductees. Congratulations!

-Contributed by Patty M., Class of 2017

Wednesday, January 14, 2015


This year Husky Vision season 9 is off to a great start! So far we have had 3 episodes this season and they have recieved great reviews from the audience. This year’s class has 18 people in it and Mr. Ochoa said, “This years class is one of the most productive and creative classes that I’ve ever had the pleasure of working with. This class has a lot of ideas and it is very nice to see development in the students that I’ve had for 3 years.” Some of the popular segments this year include Pun Timez, Top Dawg, and Unexpectedness. Pun Timez is a new segment this year led by Bryan Dang and Sartaj Panesar, who create puns revolving around the upcoming events at Fairmont. It has gotten very positive feedback from viewers and classmate Adam Berelowitz said, “Pun Timez is a very witty segment that breaks up serious topics in Husky Vision and lightens the mood.”  This year Top Dawg is ran by Samantha Clement, the first female lead in Husky Vision history. Top Dawg is a segment that informs the audience about upcoming events on and around campus. The next episode is January 23rd and the Husky Vision team is already hard at work preparing for it! 

-Contributed by Samantha C., Leo L., & Patty Martinez

Wednesday, December 17, 2014

CLUBS: TedEd Club

Here's a special shout out to the TedEd Club! Last week they hosted a wonderful party, designed to evoke fun, creative ideas. This club is making strides in voicing the innovative and progressive thoughts of their members. Furthermore, they may be one of the most welcoming clubs on Fairmont's campus. Anyone is free to join at any time, as long as they're willing to participate with spirit! The TedEd Club is giving a voice to our students as well as encouraging new-age thinking among youth.  Please support the TedEd Club and be sure to join in on the fun if you are interested!

-Contributed by Leena S.

Wednesday, December 10, 2014

COMMUNITY SERVICE: Holiday Break Opprotunities

Hey Huskies! What are you doing for the holidays? Well, it's a great time to do some community service. Remember seniors! You only have a few more months to complete your 80 hour community service requirement and now is the time to finish up. There are hundreds of opportunities that have to do with toy drives. You can reach out to your local Boys and Girls Club, CHOC, or even Kid Healthy. That is not the only option. You can visit nursing homes on December 23-25 for an organization called The Holiday Project! Take the opportunity to bring joy to your community this holiday! All the options and details are in the link at the bottom. Have an amazing Winter Break Huskies!

-Contributed by Sheryne N.

Wednesday, December 3, 2014


This semester’s play, John Lennon & Me, is a heart-wrenching story about a girl with cystic fibrosis whose friendships change her life forever. Star (Joy Zhao) meets Courtney (Mina Brar) and their story begins. These two girls, with hardships of their own to overcome, start to understand each other as they eventually realize that life should be lived to its fullest. On Friday, December 5th, the cast and crew of John Lennon & Me will welcome a very special guest, Taylor Ross. Taylor was diagnosed with cystic fibrosis at the age of 7 and she will be sharing her story with the audience. We strongly encourage you to come and show support for not only our cast but for Taylor as well on Friday, December 5th. John Lennon & Me will no doubt have you laughing and crying from this incredible story. Also, 50% of ticket sale proceeds will be donated to the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation of Orange County.

Buy your ticket and watch the show - you will receive 1 hour of community service from Mrs. Kunkle.
John Lennon and Me:
Thursday December 4th  @ 7pm
Friday December 5th  @ 7pm
Saturday December 6th  @ 2pm & 7pm

See you in the audience!