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Advanced Programming Students Mentor 3rd Grade Robotics Competitors

Advanced Programming Students Mentor 3rd Grade Robotics Competitors

Kaylee Rodriquez, Editor-In-Chief

May 23, 2019

Students in the Advanced Programming class Stefan Gregg, Robert Beaudoin, Morgan Gibson and Madysyn Eaves served as judges for the 3rd grade robotics competition. This gave the high school students the opportunity to be mentors and for  elementary students to gain the knowledge of robotics from expe...

Law Enforcement II Class Attends Field Trip

Law Enforcement II Class Attends Field Trip

John Park, Staff Writer

May 17, 2019

Eleven students from the Law II class took a full day trip Wednesday, May 1 to different agencies in the justice system and also donated blankets to Court Appointed Special Advocates(CASA). This gave the class the opportunity to see firsthand how homicides are investigated, prosecuted, and then how inmate...

Construction Technology Builds Chairs

Construction Technology Builds Chairs

Caroline Phillips, Staff Writer

May 14, 2019

They grab the wooden board and prepare to cut a foot off at the miter saw. In the corner, kids gather around the router to round of the edges of a piece of wood. They begin assembling the rocking chairs finally engraving their last names on the chairs preparing for them to be sold. John Phillips’...

3D Printing Class Designs Prosthetic Arms

3D Printing Class Designs Prosthetic Arms

Jude Ratcliff, Video Editor

May 13, 2019

A slow, meticulous craft, each detail contributing to the greater piece. The Auto CAD (computer-aided design) program allows students to create three dimensional pieces of art and. These students will be using it to create a prosthetic arm. Career and technology teacher Tonya Wheat’s 3D printing cla...

Keeping the Spirit Alive

Keeping the Spirit Alive

Haylee Haxton, Copy Editor

May 1, 2019

As she adds the finishing touches to her costume, she shares a smile in the mirror with herself. Never in a million years did she expect to go in public in full spirit dress. Stepping out of her comfort zone has never felt so rewarding. Business Information Management and Principles of Business teach...

Finding a Future

Finding a Future

Haylee haxton, Copy Editor

April 30, 2019

   On April 16 and 17, the halls and classrooms were lined with booths and presentations for College and Career Week hosted by Counselor Tamica Collard. Students were given the opportunities to listen to each presenter of their choosing throughout the school day to learn about different career an...

FFA Competes at Bi-Area in Commerce and Sulphur Springs

Casey Jones

April 17, 2019

The Lindale FFA competed at the TAMU-C Bi-Area CDE contest yesterday held in Commerce and Sulphur Springs. Please congratulate the following students for their participation. They have worked so hard these past few months preparing for these contests.   The Veterinary Science CDE team qualified...

Criminal Justice Paws at Real Life Experience

Criminal Justice Paws at Real Life Experience

Annie Evans, Managing Editor

February 10, 2019

On Friday, criminal justice teacher Paige Ridge brought in an officer from the Lindale K-9 unit. This was one of the numerous guest speakers Ridge has introduced to her class. “My law one class is designed for career observation,” Ridge said. “We talk in class about these careers, and to show them ...

Audio and Visual Students Submit UIL Films

Audio and Visual Students Submit UIL Films

Joshua Smith, Staff Writer

January 18, 2019

Audio and visual students submitted videos January 10 to the University Scholastic League (UIL) film contest to compete with 5A schools throughout the state. The students submitted a narrative film starring senior Simon Young and a documentary of Tiger Creek Animal Sanctuary. “Working with the kids out in the field is...

Engineering Classes Design in 3D

Engineering Classes Design in 3D

John Park, Staff Writer

November 8, 2018

The click of the mouse triggers the printer to power on with the slow hum of the fans. This is his fifth attempt to get the meticulous dimensions just right. He sits waiting, hoping that this is finally the successful attempt he has been waiting for.     Sophomore engineering student Joshua Doyl...

FFA Competes in Leadership Development Events

FFA Competes in Leadership Development Events

Caroline Phillips, Staff Writer

September 14, 2018

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’...

Health Science Class Creates Anatomy Posters

Health Science Class Creates Anatomy Posters

Kaitlyn Barrington, Managing Editor

September 7, 2018

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...

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