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English Classes Host Interactive Wax Museum

English Classes Host Interactive Wax Museum

Carter Colvin, Photography Editor

March 20, 2019


Filed under News, Showcase

Students hosted a wax museum exhibit on March 20 in the hallways of the school. During the event, sophomore and junior English students in Penny Snow's English classes dressed up as notable figures from history and interacted with other students. “School can be so boring, my class included, especially when ...

NSDA National Qualifiers

NSDA National Qualifiers

John Park, Staff Writer

March 19, 2019


Filed under Accomplishments, News, Showcase

     Eleven students have qualified for the National Speech and Debate Association (NSDA) Nationals. The event is to be held in Dallas, Texas, June 16 through the 21.      “I'm very proud of them, and I'm more proud that they’re positioning themselves to not just be successful locally but...

Robot Helps Students with Social Skills

Robot Helps Students with Social Skills

Alanna Kologey, Social Media Editor

March 14, 2019


Filed under Features, Showcase, Video

The student’s face lights up at the sight of the thing that he has been waiting for all day. A smile creeps across his face as the technology comes to life. He is excited to get to share how he is feeling. This is what Milo the robot brings to students with special needs. Milo is a device that helps students with au...

Sweet Talking Towards the Win

Sweet Talking Towards the Win

Carter Colvin, Photo Editor

March 13, 2019


Filed under Features, Showcase, Video

She walks down the hallway pushing a cart of pastries and drinks. As they approach their next door, she puts a stop sign in front of the cart to let her students know that it is time to ask their next customer what they would like. With a smile on their face, her students hand the customers their orders...

Pennies for Patients

Pennies for Patients

Alanna Kologey, Social Media Editor

March 2, 2019


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Student council has set up a collection of canisters all around the school for Pennies for Patients. All the proceeds from the canisters will go towards patients with leukemia and lymphoma. “The Pennies for Patients means a lot to me because I know there’s so many patients suffering with [leu...

Lindale Students Compete in Destination Imagination

Lindale Students Compete in Destination Imagination

Annie Evans, Managing Editor

March 1, 2019


Filed under News, Showcase

On Saturday, Lindale students placed second place in a Destination Imagination (D.I.) competition. This is an educational nonprofit organization dedicated to building innovation, problem-solving and leadership skills. “The competition is diverse with people and mindsets,” senior Evan Howell said. “To...

The Secret Lives of Teachers: Part Two

The Secret Lives of Teachers: Part Two

Annie Evans, Managing Editor

February 28, 2019


Filed under Features, Showcase, Video

Listening to a lecture, a student observes her teacher. She ponders if her teacher has ever had another goal. Did she always want to teach? Did she pursue another career that did not work out? Her thoughts spiral as she tries to imagine different possibilities of an unknown past. Not all teachers have...

Athlete Spotlight: Senior Basketball Captains Sarah Kiser and Teigan Edwards

Athlete Spotlight: Senior Basketball Captains Sarah Kiser and Teigan Edwards

Colleen Starkey, Assistant Editor

February 21, 2019


Filed under Featured Sports Story Carousel, Features, Showcase, Sports Stories, Video

The clock counts down rapidly to zero. An opponent attempts to pass the ball, but one of the home players snatches it from the air. The player passes to a teammate, who quickly shoots from behind the semi-circle arc. The ball soars toward the basket and hits the rim. It rotates around the bright orang...

Criminal Justice Paws at Real Life Experience

Criminal Justice Paws at Real Life Experience

Annie Evans, Managing Editor

February 10, 2019


Filed under CTE (Career and Tech), News, Showcase

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 ...

Seven Athletes Sign to Play College Sports

Seven Athletes Sign to Play College Sports

Colleen Starkey, Assistant Editor

February 6, 2019


Filed under Featured Sports Story Carousel, Showcase, Sports Stories

Five Lindale senior athletes signed Wednesday to continue their athletic careers and education in college. Two other seniors signed to play baseball in college Thursday. “It's a good representation of Lindale High for so many students to be signing,” athletic director Mike Maddox said. “Many...

Sophomore Learns To Fly

Sophomore Learns To Fly

Caroline Phillips, Staff Writer

January 31, 2019


Filed under Features, Showcase, Student Life, Video

She glances up at the open sky above her, getting lost in the blue expanse. Her heart thumping with excitement. She takes a step up into the small plane, getting ready to pilot it. She puts the headset on, muffling all the external sounds. Her instructor starts the plane, glances at her, and nods for he...

What’s the Huff and Puff About?

What’s the Huff and Puff About?

Bailey Spencer and Kaitlyn Barrington

January 29, 2019


Filed under Features, Showcase, Video

    In the middle of a lecture documenting the events leading up to the Battle of Yorktown, a student raises his hand. He points to the yellow bathroom pass by the door with the obvious question in his eyes. Before, the teacher would have granted him permission without a flicker of reluctance. Now, t...

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