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Eagle Eye News

These are the blueprints the architecture class created.

Construction To Build House in 2022-2023 School Year

Maddi Farmer, Staff Writer May 1, 2022

The engineering and construction classes have worked together to design and build a functioning tiny house.  By the end of the next school year, the house will be completed and sold for profit to the...

Students show off their cows at the Houston livestock show.

FFA Competes At Houston Livestock Show Event

Christian Wynne, Assistant Editor April 7, 2022

FFA competed in the Houston Livestock show and Rodeo March 7-18. They will also compete for FFA Career Development Events May 20 to qualify for a state level competition.  “While I am immensely proud...

Culinary student work on ornaments.

Culinary Cooks Their Way into the Holiday

Christian Wynne, Assistant Editor December 8, 2021

The honors culinary class will make ornaments that will be presented in the main lobby Dec. 13-14. They also will make cinnamon rolls for the faculty and staff Friday. “Each year my advanced students...

Junior Jacqueline Rand helps FFA students prepare their speeches before they leave for state.

FFA State Results

Charlotte McConathy, Managing Editor December 8, 2021

The agricultural issues team and junior creed speaker Jacqueline Rand competed at the FFA state competition Friday and Saturday at Sam Houston University. Students competed in the semifinals and qualified...

W.A.T.T. a Team

Marlee Sorrells and Jaida Jones December 2, 2021

Crammed booths and competing areas fill the small gym and cafeteria. Students move about watching and controlling their robots actions in order to meet the objectives. The motors whine as they make the...

Audio Visual student gets video of the Lindale Candy Company for the UIL documentary film.

EagleVision Shoots Their First Documentary of the Year

Andrew Velarde, Managing Editor of Videography and Photography November 1, 2021

The audio visual class’ documentary crew shot their first documentary of the year at the Lindale Candy Company Oct. 14. The documentary is over the history of the company and will be submitted in the...

Freshman Isaiah Yard removes the weights from the robot to test the wheels.

Robotics Team To Compete

Marlee Sorrells, Editor-in-Chief October 27, 2021

The robotics team will participate in UIL competition Saturday at Trenton High School. In this contest, they will go head-to-head against other robots in prelims, a wildcard round, and finals, if they...

5th Period Law II students pose with Lindale Fire Chief Joe Yeakley and volunteer John Nilson during their visit to the high school.

Law Class Holds Water Bottle Drive for Lindale Fire Department

John Park, Managing Editor of News and Feature May 19, 2021

Lindale Fire Chief Joe Yeakley and Lindale alum and volunteer firefighter John Nilson visited April 30 to speak to Paige Ridge’s law classes about fire service and the fire academy. Ridge’s law classes...

Students from various CTE classes talk with UT Health staff about their careers.

EMT Helicopter and Ambulance Land in Lindale for Careers Lesson

John Park, Managing Editor of News and Feature May 3, 2021

Emergency Medical Technicians from UT Health visited the high school with various CTE classes April 21. The medical crew stayed all day and talked to students about their careers such as EMS, paramedic,...

The 3D printer works on printing a tablet holder.

Students 3D Print Projects for Teachers

Marlee Sorrells, Editor-in-Chief February 28, 2021

The smell of burning plastic fills the air. The machine beeps through each project, the plate moving to catch the filament in the correct place. They take in each detail of the sketch and what is being...

Law Classes Learn ASL

John Park, Managing Editor of News and Feature February 13, 2021

As an addition to the nonverbal communications unit in her Law II classes, Law Teacher Paige Ridge utilized the new ASL class to help teach her students basic sign language. The unit was started and monitored...

Senior Ferris Turney checks the temperature on his solar oven. If the solar rays are not heating it up properly, then he will have to redesign.

Engineering Class Builds Solar Ovens

Conner Belcher, Staff Writer October 19, 2020

      The engineering class is building solar-powered ovens to further their skills in 3D modeling and transferring that into real world structures. Each group of students modeled their oven digitally...

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