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Two Freshman Compete in Equestrian Events

Two Freshman Compete in Equestrian Events

Kylie Hester, Staff Writer

October 24, 2020

Gear on. Saddle attached. Mount up. Reigns in hand. Racing with the wind and jumping to the sky, freshmen Natalie Gordon and Lauren Tate become inseparable duos with their horses.         Gordon and Tate participate in equestrian jumping and hunting with the Texas Rose Horse Park and King's...

Junior Takes Final Steps To Rank of Eagle Scout

Junior Cody Peters (two from the right) presents the one of 50 plus sculpting wheels for his Eagle Scout Project and the Art Department.

Sam Lee, Assistant Editor of Photography

October 22, 2020

With his father on his right and his mother on his left, junior Cody Peters makes the final sculpting wheel of the day. Peters dusts the sawdust off his shirt, and reflects on becoming one step closer to earning Eagle Scout status.  Peters has worked on a sculpting wheel project for the art depar...

Yearbook Students Recognized for Yearbook Excellence

Yearbook Students Recognized for Yearbook Excellence

NLM

October 15, 2020

Members of the yearbook staff received an award from Balfour Thursday for excellence with their 2019 'Connected' yearbook.  Schools who are recognized have the featured element published in Balfour's  'Yearbook Yearbook' publication. "I am so proud of the hard work my yearbook staff produces every...

Varsity Tennis Team State Ranked

The Tennis Team practices afterschool. They won the district champtionship and are now preparing for bi-district which will be October 26.

John Park, Editor

October 9, 2020

     The varsity tennis team won the district championship against Wills Point Monday October 5. State rankings came out around mid-September and the team was ranked 12 in the state and after winning district champs they are now ranked 9.      “We have improved so much since the beginning of the s...

Fall Play: The 39 Steps

Senior Ben Watters practices his lines in the PAC. This was for

Sam Lee, Assistant Editor of Photography

October 8, 2020

The theater program will perform a comedic spy thriller called ‘The 39 Steps’ on November 5, 7 and 8 at the PAC. The play is about a spy who is trying to figure out who is passing intelligence to foreign governments during the 1930s. “We chose the show because of how many various roles the show ...

Art Students Create Portraits for Children in Developing Countries

Senior Alli Somes touches up on the details for her portrait.

Brady Blaylock, Video Editor

October 5, 2020

    Select students in art teacher Rebecca Harrison’s class are partnering with The Memory Project to create portraits for kids in developing countries. This year, the portraits will be going to Venezuela in October and Cameroon in March.      “I am usually overwhelmed every class period when I ...

EagleCast Welcomes New Member and Releases First Episode

Zach and John do the podcast. Their first episode aired September 29.

Kylie Hester, Staff Writer

October 4, 2020

The EagleCast podcast said goodbye to former members senior Kevin Willis and graduate Haley Bass, but also 'hello' to new member ,senior John Park. The first episode of the 2020-21 EagleCast is currently on the Eagle Eye website at LHSEagle-Eye.com.  “I’m really excited about the opportunity to be able to be on the podcast this...

Extracurricular Changes Due to COVID-19

The band begins to march their socially distanced drill. The band was spaced out twice as far as the normally are.

Marlee Sorrells, Editor-in-Chief

October 4, 2020

Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, schools have been moved online and competitions have been canceled. However, schools returning to in-person learning have required UIL and school districts to set guidelines to follow for the safety of their participants and athletes. “I think for the most part, everyone is ju...

Freshman Works to Earn Black Belt

King and his mother shake hands after bowing to each other. This was after they sparred each other.

Brady Blaylock, Video Editor

October 2, 2020

     He bows to his opponent and looks to his master instructor for the signal to begin the fight. His heart is racing with anticipation. He can hear it beat in his ears. He knows how his opponents move, the way they fight. The signal is given and freshman Taylor King seizes the moment and strikes. ...

Teachers and StuCo Open 1995 Time Capsule

Teachers and StuCo Open 1995 Time Capsule

Marlee Sorrells and Brady Blaylock

October 1, 2020

They push open the new doors and walk into the large, open foyer. It seems so huge when compared to their current school.  The students joke and shove each other around, narrowly avoiding the roped off eagle on the floor. This is their new high school. They know they’ll only be here for the final seme...

Eaglevision Livestreaming Home Games

Head to the Eaglevision YouTube channel and subscribe to catch all the live-streamed games. The link is found in the story.

Conner Belcher, Staff Writer

October 1, 2020

     The Eaglevision team is working to livestream home games for those who cannot attend due to COVID-19 capacity limits in the stadium . Every home game will be shown on their YouTube channel in real time, and can be found at EagleVision Productions.      “For right now UIL has lifted its ban on the full livestreaming of football games,...

District Provides Free Meals for Every Student

District Provides Free Meals for Every Student

Marlee Sorrells, Editor-in-Chief

September 30, 2020

All students will be able to get free breakfasts and lunches in the cafeteria from October 1-December 31, or until funds run out, due to a grant from the USDA.  Money already on a student's account will remain there and can be used to purchase additional items if needed.  “I think this is a great ...

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