The Falconer

From glass to sand

November 29, 2017

Some things should stay buried

November 29, 2017

Miss how Sundays were for the trees to heal

Miss how Sundays were for the trees to heal

October 5, 2017

Anna Smith, Staff Writer

November 29, 2017No Comments

We all have those meals or desserts that give you a warm feeling inside. Just the thought of the food makes you hungry, and it makes you beam. This pie recipe is great for ...

Stay in your lane

Hayley Wisman, Staff Writer

November 29, 2017No Comments

Human development is a long and complex process, varying wildly from individual to individual. Some children do not speak until they have learned to form complete sentences, an...

Behind the beak

Sasha Hoover, Staff Writer

November 29, 2017No Comments

Have you ever wondered what goes on under the suit of the mascot? We talked to Central’s very own Falcon and asked what it’s like being the mascot. To become the school...

Madalyn Sortzi and Hannah Dellinger

October 30, 2017No Comments

Central High School has many clubs, but some go unnoticed. Here are a few you may not know. FCA FCA stands for Fellowship of Christian Athletes; its primary focus is teamwork,...

Blue and Gold Spirit Day

October 20, 2017No Comments

Duo-Day

October 19, 2017No Comments

Lacrosse in the valley

Max Hoover, Staff Writer

November 2, 2017No Comments

  Lacrosse is a growing sport in the Shenandoah Valley. The Falconer spoke to two coaches of a local team called the Sabers. Jonathan Dodd is an eighth-grade science teacher at PMMS and has been coaching for ...

From playground to professional level

Maxwell Hoover and Nicolas Spickelmier

October 12, 2017No Comments

At recess, we all had our favorite game to play. Whether it was basketball, duck duck goose or just using a jump rope, everybody loved recess. Even if it wasn’t a go-to, everybody played and loved tag. Thanks to World ...

Blue and Gold Spirit Day
Duo-Day
Tourists vs Olympians

Patrick McCarthy

November 29, 2017No Comments

On a crisp November evening in Charlottesville, Justin Vernon and his coterie that makeup Bon Iver (pronounced Bone-ee-VARE) took the stage at the Sprint Pavillion.  Although it ...

Art lovers will find themselves loving Vincent

Mackenzie Oliff, Staff Writer

November 29, 2017No Comments

“Loving Vincent” is one of the most anticipated films in history, the first to be fully painted and animated, and has been a work in progress for seven years. Written and d...

You Odyssey the new Mario

Nicolas Spickelmier, Staff Writer

November 29, 2017No Comments

On October 27 of this year, it was time to jump for joy as “Super Mario Odyssey” released into the world. Fans of the series have been waiting for this wacky hat-throwing ...

Small town singer makes it big in the US

Small town singer makes it big in the US

October 30, 2017