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Principles of Education Students Gain Real-World Teaching Experience

Principles of Education Students Gain Real-World Teaching Experience

Bailey Spencer, Copy Editor

October 17, 2018


Filed under Features, Showcase

The gleam of the silverware disappears as the students roll it tight. Eyes twinkle in response to the kind and encouraging words as the students roll the coffee cart through the white halls. A helping hand assists in stocking the colorful shelves of cans, and the students grin wider at the warm-hearted ...

Bus Driver by Morning, Teacher by Day

Bus Driver by Morning, Teacher by Day

Alec Morton, Staff Writer

October 17, 2018


Filed under Features

The sun is just beginning to rise, and the majority of Lindale is still fast asleep; however, a legion of bus drivers are up and ready to transport hundreds of students to the schools. A portion of those drivers do not only run routes but are also are employed as teachers. A select few of the already busy Lindale tea...

Homecoming Week Brings Memories

Homecoming Week Brings Memories

Joshua Smith, Staff Writer

October 10, 2018


Filed under Features, Showcase, Student Life

The cold, blinding lights shutter to life. You notice a subtle murmur sweep across the bleachers as they talk about who, out of the four girls on the field, is going to be chosen. Looking down at the elaborate dress and at the girls around you, you feel at home. All of the people around you are your ...

A Legacy that Continues

A Legacy that Continues

Kaylee Rodriquez, Editor-In-Chief

October 10, 2018


Filed under Features, Video

Sizzle. The hamburger patty lands on the grill as the sound of faint pregame music, the smell of hand-made barbecue and the feeling of the cool autumn breeze fills the air. He wipes his brow and tosses a few hot dogs down. Matt Rodriquez knows his father would be proud. Late community member and...

Living Their Best Life On and Off the Field

Living Their Best Life On and Off the Field

Kaitlyn Barrington, Managing Editor

October 9, 2018


Filed under Features, Showcase

   Sleepy-eyed students shuffle into the lecture hall early in the morning. The lively, praise songs awaken them to finish the week strong . Led by the inspirational message for that week, athletes and students prepare to uplift fellow classmates and spread their beliefs . This group of students holds ...

Singing For a Future

Singing For a Future

Joshua Smith, Staff Writer

September 16, 2018


Filed under Accomplishments, Features

The stage is dark with only one lone microphone. There is a panel of judges in front of them, watching their every move. They look down at the microphone they are given and take a deep breath. Their dream is finally coming true, so they begin to sing. Sophomore Jayden Gregory and Senior Carter Colvin competed in th...

Not An Ordinary Birthday

Not An Ordinary Birthday

Alanna Kologey, Staff Writer

June 6, 2018


Filed under Features

  The worn, wooden church doors open.  Gasps of admiration sweep across the crowd of people. The diamond tiara sparkles underneath the lights as she walks down the aisle to the dance floor.  Her dress moves beautifully as she dances with her court. This is a monumental event for many Hispanic girls...

Senior Excels in Multiple Fields

Senior Excels in Multiple Fields

Annie Evans, Staff Writer

May 30, 2018


Filed under Features, Showcase

Flipping through her planner, she examines the many projects she has on top of her extracurriculars. She has to edit and write stories, plan a few club events, and oh, and she has to stage manage three theatre shows on top of it all. Instead of getting too stressed, she takes on her assignments one at...

To Teach or Not To Teach

To Teach or Not To Teach

Haylee Haxton, Secretary

May 27, 2018


Filed under Features

As images of their future careers cross their minds, they research teaching techniques to share to their students-to-be. Every day they are filled with educator wisdom to promote to the world. For just about every season, the students in Principles of Education first level class have decorated doors...

Sophomore Rides for the Cause

Sophomore Rides for the Cause

Tyra Rodden, Sports Editor

May 15, 2018


Filed under Featured Sports Story Carousel, Features, Showcase, Sports, Student Life

His eyes narrow as he spots the finish line sitting patiently in the distance. His pace quickens and his heart rate spikes as his bicycle picks up speed. As his final mile comes to a close, sophomore Noah Daughtry has only one thing on his mind- the money he had raised for the National Multiple Scler...

Our Super-intendent

Our Super-intendent

Kaylee Rodriquez, Social Media Editor

May 14, 2018


Filed under Features, Showcase, Video

Every school district has a superintendent making sure everything runs smoothly behind the scenes, and Lindale is no exception. But if you stop and think about it, how well do you actually know our superintendent? Lindale’s current superintendent is Stan Surratt. Surratt has been involved in educa...

Culinary Students Take Flight

Culinary Students Take Flight

Ronak Desai, Copy Editor

May 3, 2018


Filed under Features, Showcase

Student intern Susanne Hernandez recently came to Lindale to demonstrate how to fabricate a chicken for culinary students. This basic skill can be used for culinary competitions, cooking in an executive kitchen or simply to cook at home. “It shows them what it would actually look like, differently t...

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