These are Awesome Kids! [ Student Brags ]
We are proud of our students here at FWHS. We recognize those who study hard and do their best. They have done an exceptionally good job and deserve to be bragged about!
FCCLA State Leadership Conference
Eleven Flowing Wells fashion students competed in fashion construction, fashion design, recycle and redesign, chapter in review portfolio, and chapter service project display during the FCCLA State Leadership Conference on March 30 through April 1, 2015. The students received five gold medals, five silver medals, and one bronze medal.
Chosen as national contenders to represent Arizona FCCLA at the National Leadership Conference in Washington DC this July are: Itzel Herrera, Emily Sevinsky, Zhane Elie, Sandy Trieu, Jasmin Guzman, and Grace Dalrymple. Congratulations to all!
Pulse Dance Company
We want to congratulate our Pulse Dance Company for taking first place at the state competition in the hip-hop category. The dance company’s dedication and hard work have really paid off!
Science Fair Winners
We want to congratulate those students who excelled in their science fair projects. Please view the list of winning projects and their awards, which includes recipients Eric Daily, Hunter Guerin, Alexis Herrera, Tony Huynh, Samantha Jatczak, Kyleigh Nelson, Elizabeth Teray, Michael Garber, and Morgan Risch.
Chemical Car Competition
The purpose of the chemical car experiment was to challenge the engineering math and AP chemistry classes into developing their own procedures and follow those steps to achieve an ideal result, the farthest traveled car.
The objective was to find the correct mixture of acetic acid, baking soda, and water to maximize the distance of the chemical cars. Each class took a different approach. The engineering class tested different mixtures for best results, while AP chemistry calculated the best theoretical set up and then tested. Once the optimal formula for the car was achieved, the goal of greatest distance was reached.
The students built the chemical cars using an empty 20oz water bottle turned horizontally and then attached to a platform with axles on both the front and rear. A straw was secured to the top of the bottle, a line ran through the straw, and it was anchored 55 feet in front of the bottle to keep it moving in a straight path. The open end of the bottle was used as the rear of our car. An aluminum sheet was placed behind the bottle to aid in forward movement from the start. A lid equipped with a valve was placed on the open end, and the solution was agitated for 10 seconds with someone holding their finger over the open valve.
The engineering and AP chemistry classes competed for a pizza party, and the best average distance was the winner!
Anisa Jimenez Accepted Into the 2014 American Choral Directors' Association Western Division High School Honor Choir
Anisa Jimenez, senior Choralaires member and Choral Union Manager, has been accepted into the 2014 American Choral Directors' Association Western Division High School Honor Choir, to be held in Santa Barbara, California this February. Anisa joined over 900 singers in auditioning for the honor choir. Fewer than 200 were accepted. This elite choir will be conducted by Dr. Craig Jessop, choral director at Utah State University and former conductor of the Mormon Tabernacle Choir. Anisa will represent Flowing Wells at this three day festival, culminating in a concert on the last day. Anisa plans to continue with music education after graduation and is excited to grow from this incredible musical opportunity.
Flowing Wells Color Guard
The Flowing Wells Color Guard had the honor to present the colors at the Wounded Warrior GT-500 nationwide tour.
The car is on a nationwide tour, named the “High Five Tour,” representing the Wounded Warriors Family Support Organization. The tour is going to accept donations for our wounded warriors.
The car is a GT-500 Super Snake wide-body Mustang, built in Las Vegas by Shelby. It has 850 horsepower and many of other special equipment. The car has a complete body wrap which looks like the American Flag and it is very beautiful to see.