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Senior Nominated for ETX Music Award

Senior Nominated for ETX Music Award

Jude Ratcliff and Kaylee Rodriquez

July 7, 2018


Filed under A&E, Accomplishments, News, Showcase, Student Life

Senior Simon Young has been nominated for Junior Artist of the Year for the 2018 ETX Music Awards. Final voting will end July 15th, and the nominated musicians, songwriters, and radio stations will receive their final votes in the ceremony. “[Winning an ETX award] would be a huge opportunity for me. It...

Yearbook and Newspaper Students Attend Summer Workshop

Yearbook and Newspaper Students Attend Summer Workshop

John Park, Josh Smith, Samuel Young, Alec Morton, Caroline Phillips, Brady Blaylock, Staff Writers

June 14, 2018


Filed under News, Showcase

Journalism students across East Texas attended camp on June 11 and 12 at Holloway Middle School in Whitehouse, Texas. The workshop was designed to help students improve their skills in journalism. “It helps give a casual environment to get excited for the upcoming year,” Lindale publication advisor N...

Newspaper and Yearbook Staffs Name New Members

Annie Evans, Staff Writer

May 30, 2018


Filed under News

The newspaper and yearbook staffs for the 2019 year have been released along with the officer positions of the current members. There will be eleven new staff members between the two publication staffs. “I am so excited for the upcoming yearbook and newspaper staffs,” adviser Neda Morrow said. “They ar...

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...

Life Skills Student Cycles All the Way to State

Life Skills Student Cycles All the Way to State

Jude Ratcliff, Staff Writer

May 27, 2018


Filed under Accomplishments, News

Brandon Pullen will be participating in the Special Olympics Cycling competition at UT Arlington on Memorial Day weekend. He will be participating in both the 1k and 5k races, and in the past has timed 17:34 in the 5k and 3:52 in the 1k. “I’m anxious to see how he does,” Suann Pullen, life skill...

The LHS Academic Team Wins 2nd State Championship

The LHS Academic Team Wins 2nd State Championship

Sydney Smith, Editor-In-Chief

May 26, 2018


Filed under Accomplishments, News, Showcase

The LHS Academic team was victorious recently as they secured the overall 5A State Championship for the 2nd tie in two years. Speech and Debate members placed in several events, One Act Play advanced to State and the computer applications, computer science and journalism teams all gained points towards...

It’s Easy as ACT

It’s Easy as ACT

Carter Colvin, Staff Writer

May 21, 2018


Filed under News, Showcase

Junior Samuel Payne earned the highest possible composite score of a 36 during the March administration of the ACT. This achievement is a rare occurrence in regard to academic performance, and the ACT is a reflection of this academic readiness. “I was very surprised,” Samuel Payne said. “When...

Followup Story: Faculty and Admin Adopt and Foster Children

Followup Story: Faculty and Admin Adopt and Foster Children

Kaitlyn Barrington, Assistant Editor

April 30, 2018


Filed under News, Showcase

Art teacher Rebecca Harrison adopted her five and three year old daughters on April 18 at the Smith County Courthouse. Assistant principal Ryan Tomlin is also currently fostering 3 children under the age of 2 years old. “It feels fantastic knowing that this is done, and there is an amazing feeling k...

District Hosts Field Day for Special Needs Students

District Hosts Field Day for Special Needs Students

Colleen Starkey, Staff Writer

April 27, 2018


Filed under News

The district held a field day Friday for special needs students in each grade. The event is the third annual 4/13 Challenge, and the name comes from Philippians 4:13, which states “I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.” The event is also held on April 13 (4/13) each year. "The p...

Lindale Alumni Receives Condiments Across Oceans

Lindale Alumni Receives Condiments Across Oceans

Anthony Wyatt, Video/Photo Editor

April 26, 2018


Filed under News

An Egyptian sun beats down against the windows as the troops within take shelter from the blistering heat. They gather around the table before beginning to eat lunch, a lunch promptly smothered in a variety of fast food heats and sauces. Student Council is collecting small packaged condiments in suppo...

Life Skills Class Presents Horse Show This Weekend

Adrienne Parks, Social Coordinator

April 26, 2018


Filed under News, Showcase

Three students of the Community Based Instruction (CBI) class will participate in the Special Needs Horse Show Presented by Blessings Miniature Horse Farm at 1 p.m. on Saturday. The show will be conducted at the Lindale Rodeo Arena and is open to the public. “My heart is humbled and overjoyed to see ...

Yearbook Receives Honor for Excellence

Yearbook Receives Honor for Excellence

NLM

April 24, 2018


Filed under Accomplishments, News

Members of the yearbook staff have been recognized by Balfour Yearbooks with featured recognition in their national publication, the "Yearbook Yearbook." Two photos and a module made it into the book, which only honors the top 4% of yearbook staffs. "I am so proud of my yearbook staffs from last year...

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