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FFA Competes in Leadership Development Events

FFA Competes in Leadership Development Events

Caroline Phillips, Staff Writer

September 14, 2018


Filed under CTE (Career and Tech), Student Life

FFA will be starting up with their Leadership Development Competitions towards the end of October where they will be competing around the East Texas region. Leadership Developments Events (LDEs) include events such as speaking, handling parliamentary procedure and manufacturing different projects. “I’...

Junior Builds Website to Map Students’ Classes

Junior Builds Website to Map Students’ Classes

Samuel Young, Staff Writer

September 13, 2018


Filed under CTE (Career and Tech), News

Junior Stefan Gregg recently made a website that maps out each class that a student has throughout the day. This website was made to help new students find their way around the high school. “I had a few friends coming up to the high school that had no idea where any of their rooms were,” Gre...

Health Science Class Creates Anatomy Posters

Health Science Class Creates Anatomy Posters

Kaitlyn Barrington, Managing Editor

September 7, 2018


Filed under CTE (Career and Tech), News

Students in career and technology teacher Sally Clemmon’s health science class are creating anatomy posters this week. The posters will be hung in the hallway outside of the classroom on September 7. “The posters that the students make in my health science class at the beginning of each year is a voc...

Never Have I Ever Played That Sport

Never Have I Ever Played That Sport

Carter Colvin, Photography Editor

September 7, 2018


Filed under CTE (Career and Tech)

Career and technology instructor  Jennifer King’s sports management class presented innovative sports projects  Tuesday and Wednesday. Students were instructed to create a brand new sport explaining the rules, strategies and equipment needed to play these creative activities. “It was fun c...

Red Baron Sponsors Student Scholarships

Red Baron Sponsors Student Scholarships

Haylee Haxton, Secretary

May 30, 2018


Filed under CTE (Career and Tech), News, Showcase

  The students in Tonya Wheat’s career and technology classes recently produced and presented house plans and home decorating to a panel of judges for the Red Baron Scholarships given out each year. Altogether, Lindale students received $4,200 in awards.      “This was a ‘fixer upper...

Seniors Win First at Taste of Tyler Event

Seniors Win First at Taste of Tyler Event

NLM

April 4, 2018


Filed under CTE (Career and Tech), Showcase

Seniors Shyenne Wells and Lexi Williams won first place at the Taste of Tyler competition Tuesday. They won with a dish of spicy quail knots with sweet potato puree, sauteed garlic spinach, quail egg and a red wine reduction. ​ "Sheyenne and Lexi worked very hard to prepare for this competitio...

Criminal Justice Classes Visit Job Sites in Tyler

Criminal Justice Classes Visit Job Sites in Tyler

Bailey Spencer, Staff Writer

March 20, 2018


Filed under CTE (Career and Tech), Showcase

Criminal justice teacher Jon Johnson took a trip with 35 students to four career stimulating sites on February 27. The group visited the Smith County Jail, a crime lab, Smith County Emergency Operations Center and Southeast Texas Forensic Center. “On TV, you see police officers and CSI’s,” Johnson said. ...

Senior Creates Anti-Drone Defense System

Senior Creates Anti-Drone Defense System

Evan Bewersdorf, Business Manager

March 20, 2018


Filed under CTE (Career and Tech), News

Senior Matthew Burns recently designed a guidance system for airports. The system serves as an Anti-UAV Defense System, to detect and disable drones that pose a threat. “While studying for my internship at NASA, I learned of the threat drones create to aircrafts near or at airports,” Burns sa...

Audio Visual Class Prepares for Documentary [Part 1]

Audio Visual Class Prepares for Documentary [Part 1]

Kaylee Rodriquez, Social Media and Design Editor

January 10, 2018


Filed under CTE (Career and Tech), Features, Showcase, Student Life, Video

They set up the cameras and test the sound. Everything is running smoothly, and they are preparing for the final shot. The director calls “action” and they begin rolling. Students in the advanced Audio Visual Production program are making documentaries for the University Interscholastic League fil...

Psychology Students Teach Others About the Brain

Psychology Students Teach Others About the Brain

Caleb Smithee, Staff Writer

December 21, 2017


Filed under CTE (Career and Tech)

They walk to the front of the lecture room, set up their presentation, and get ready to teach their part of the brain.  Psychology teacher Amy Shively is having her students teach the life skills classes about the brain. Each group had to pick a part of the brain, create a presentation over it, and pr...

Guide to the SAT and ACT

Guide to the SAT and ACT

Ronak Desai, Copy Editor

December 5, 2017


Filed under CTE (Career and Tech), Opinion, Staff Blogs

Taking the SAT and ACT is integral to applying for college, however, it is often difficult to know exactly how and when to tackle these exams. Knowing which test to focus on, when to take the tests and how often to take the tests simplifies college applications exponentially. Which Should I Take? As ...

Culinary Students Travel To SFA

Culinary Students Travel To SFA

Anthony Wyatt, Video/Photo Editor

November 28, 2017


Filed under CTE (Career and Tech)

Lindale culinary students recently traveled to Stephen F. Austin State University to tour the campus and get first hand experience on their culinary cafe . The trip was focused on exposing students to the college’s unique culinary program. “The culinary setting at SFA is very nice and expansive, all o...

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