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Students Create Blankets for Children in Hospitals

Students Create Blankets for Children in Hospitals

Haylee Haxton, Copy Editor

December 7, 2018


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    The fashion and interior design classes are making Linus blankets for patients at Children’s Medical Center in Dallas. Each patient admitted into the hospital is given a handmade blanket.     “Twelve years ago, I decided creating Linus blankets for patients would be a great commun...

Debate Congress Advances to State

Debate Congress Advances to State

John Park, Staff Writer

December 6, 2018


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Sophomore Zachary Jones and Senior Ashlyn Ellgass competed at regionals for congress debate November 13 and have advanced to state. The state competition will be held in the State Capitol building in Austin on January 7 through January 9. "We have gone to state each year this has been a competition eve...

Athlete Spotlight: Doubles Tennis Partners Seniors Brady Smith and Aaron Gambrell

Athlete Spotlight: Doubles Tennis Partners Seniors Brady Smith and Aaron Gambrell

Kaitlyn Barrington, Managing Editor

December 6, 2018


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The ball bounces across the court and over the net. Seamlessly, the players work together to win the match. Seniors Aaron Gambrell and Brady Smith play as double’s partners in tennis. With their determination and dedication, their coach chose these two players to spotlight. “They are both ...

Upperclassmen Receive Opportunity to Job Shadow

Upperclassmen Receive Opportunity to Job Shadow

Brady Blaylock, Staff Writer

December 6, 2018


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On January 11, junior and senior students in Smith County will have the opportunity to participate in job shadowing by being connected to 60 local and premier business professionals at the Tyler Junior College West Campus. The Chamber of Commerce Career Connections is a one day program from 9:00 a.m...

Freshman Dances in TJC’s ‘Nutcracker’

Freshman Dances in TJC’s  ‘Nutcracker’

Alanna Kologey, Social Media Editor

December 3, 2018


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Freshman Baylee Caraveo Elam participated in the 2018 performance of the Nutcracker in Tyler.  She performed as a Chinese dancer with the dragon and umbrella dancers. “I found out when I came home one afternoon from school,” Elam said. “[My mom] handed me the phone which had an email on it...

Bowling Their Way to Success

Bowling Their Way to Success

Carter Colvin, Photo Editor

December 1, 2018


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Students in the Life Skills program competed in the bowling Special Olympics on November 8 at Oil Bowl Lanes in Longview. Fourteen students competed and all won a bronze, silver or gold medal which qualified them to win free bowling balls, bags and shoes. “Seeing these kids light up when they wins...

Students in Advanced Audio/Visual Class Partner With Theater to Create Films

Students in Advanced Audio/Visual Class Partner With Theater to Create Films

Carter Colvin, Photography Editor

November 22, 2018


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The advanced audio visual class will be producing both documentary and narrative films to be submitted to the University Interscholastic League and Interscholastic League Press Conference competitions in January.  The group partnered with the theater classes in a cross-curricular endeavor in order to maximize t...

Order Your 2019 Yearbook Today!

Order Your 2019 Yearbook Today!

Kaylee Rodriquez, Editor-In-Chief

November 13, 2018


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The 2018-2019 yearbooks are now on sale. For the month of November the price will be $60, which is the lowest price of the year. The price will go up each month. The theme of this year's book is "Connected." Instructions on how to purchase:  Go to www.balfour.com  Click on "Shop My Sch...

Stories Come to Life

Stories Come to Life

Jude Ratcliff, Video Editor

November 12, 2018


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The English department is engaging in “book dating,” an activity that involves students choosing a partner and giving a synopsis of the book they’re reading while their partner asks two questions about the other person's book. The purpose of the activity is to raise thought-provoking questions and...

Coach to Attend Camp Gladiator Finals

Coach to Attend Camp Gladiator Finals

Kaitlyn Barrington, Managing Editor

November 11, 2018


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Math teacher and soccer coach, Drew Smith, will compete at the Camp Gladiator Finals in Austin on November 10.  “[The competition] started over the summer when [Camp Gladiator] released five events called prelims,” Smith said. “People across the nation sign up, and you are timed in five differe...

Monster Mash

Monster Mash

Haylee Haxton, Copy Editor

November 11, 2018


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On Tuesday, the baseball teams hosted a Halloween-themed festival for the community to join. Parents and children participated in a bake sale, trick-or-treating, as well as watching and interacting with the baseball players.  “The goal for the Monster mash was to raise money for the baseball program,...

Student Council Hosts Food Drive

Student Council Hosts Food Drive

Annie Evans, Managing Editor

November 9, 2018


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Starting on October 15 through November 9, Student Council hosted a canned food drive. The organization received 1,065 cans to donate. “It helps our local food pantry here in town at the Methodist church,” Student Council sponsor Dare Kirklin said. “We always want to teach our students to give...

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