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Students Take Advantage of Growth in Medical Program

Students Take Advantage of Growth in Medical Program

Tyra Rodden, Sports Editor

January 15, 2018


Filed under Features, Showcase

Students adorned in colorful scrubs and cheerful smiles gather their things hurriedly in preparation for another trip to the hospital. Serving others and the community sits at the top of their priority list. As the students finish making arrangements, they load up on the bus in hopes that their experie...

Audio Visual Class Prepares for Documentary [Part 1]

Audio Visual Class Prepares for Documentary [Part 1]

Kaylee Rodriquez, Social Media 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...

Sleepless in School

Sleepless in School

Ronak Desai, Copy Editor

January 9, 2018


Filed under Features, Student Life

Hours of high-flying stunts, tight synchronization and powerful tumbling exhaust her before church. When finally home, tormented eyes and lethargic movement highlight her physical and mental fatigue as she sits down to begin an essay due the next day. Suddenly, she realizes she also needs to study for tes...

Heart-to-Heart: Assistant Principal Fosters Child With Medical Needs

Heart-to-Heart: Assistant Principal Fosters Child With Medical Needs

Bailey Spencer, Staff Writer

January 3, 2018


Filed under Features, Showcase

Resounding, reverberating and resonating, the sound of pandemonium echoes off the walls. A flood of people hasten in and out of the house daily. To anyone else, this constant commotion would be overwhelming. To Ryan Tomlin, it is normal. At school, he is an assistant principal tackling objectives left...

Community Member Battles Cancer

Community Member Battles Cancer

Isabelle Philips, Managing Editor

January 1, 2018


Filed under Features, Showcase

She wakes up and rolls out of bed, sleepy while trudging to the bathroom. She brushes her teeth and does her hair. She carefully applies her foundation and mascara and then takes a long look in the mirror before emptying her draining bags and carefully changing her bandages. She walks into the kitchen wher...

Siblings In High School

Siblings In High School

Adrienne Parks, Social Coordinator

December 25, 2017


Filed under Features, Showcase

Cars swarm the parking lots as the beginning of the school day approaches. A senior pulls up to the school with his brother as their typical music blares. Students crowd the halls as a girl catches the eye of her sister amid the masses, greeting her with a smile and a wave. Later in the day, a sopho...

Boss on the Field

Boss on the Field

Colleen Starkey, Staff Writer

December 20, 2017


Filed under Features, Video

They grab their whistle, their referee certification badge, some gatorade and put on their yellow referee uniforms. They get in the car and head to Faulkner Park. They walk onto the field, flags in hand. They put one at each corner of the field before checking each player’s equipment and finishing with th...

College Planning Brings Stress

College Planning Brings Stress

Alanna Kologey, Staff Writer

December 18, 2017


Filed under Features

Papers are scattered across the bed, a cup of coffee grows cold, and the cursor blinks patiently waiting for the first words of a killer college essay.  Dates of deadlines are highlighted, and not one but often two SAT/ACT reports are found amid the chaos.  It is December, and seniors and juniors everywh...

Teaching By Example

Teaching By Example

Annie Evans, Staff Writer

December 11, 2017


Filed under Features

Once he takes a sip of his morning cup of coffee he begins speaking. Telling a story of his adolescence, he connects his past to the past of the U.S. All of the students listen with interest, leaning forward in their desks, jotting down notes as they go. Ken White is a retired football/softball coa...

Stepping onto the Red Carpet

Stepping onto the Red Carpet

Kaitlyn Barrington, Assistant Editor

December 2, 2017


Filed under Features

Choosing her words carefully before answering each question,  she finishes her interview.  With her confidence level building, she walks onto the stage and poses with a smile on her face.     The Miss Texas Teen  pageant is a preliminary competition used to choose a representative for the Miss USA pageant. Junio...

How Students Learn Differently

How Students Learn Differently

Carter Colvin, Staff Writer

November 27, 2017


Filed under Features

She listens intently, hearing every word clearly and concisely. Her mind is not elsewhere, but focused completely on what comes from the  teacher’s mouth. Next to her, however,  another student is counting the ceiling tiles without any knowledge of what is being discussed.   With the vari...

The Student Becomes the Teacher

The Student Becomes the Teacher

Kaitlyn Barrington, Assistant Editor

October 23, 2017


Filed under Features, Showcase, Student Life

After taking a deep breath, she walks into the classroom with confidence and her head held high. Instead of taking a seat next to one of her fellow peers, she walks to the front of the room with the lesson plan ready. Goals in mind and pen in hand, she writes scientific formulas for the students to le...

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