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Angelea Lance, Editor-In-Chief of Print Content

May 23, 2018

Filed under 2017-2018

     In order to allow students to add additional electives, including CATE classes which may have to be taken in blocks, the  2018-2019 school day schedule will have a ninth period and a shorter academic period.      “...

Rulings Guarantee Rights

Megan Dwamena and Chris Yabara, Editor-In-Chief of Online and Staff Writer

May 23, 2018

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     “A well regulated militia, being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed.”      During a recent interview, Sergeant David Roberts, Public Information Offic...

Call to Carry

Megan Dwamena, Editor-In-Chief of Online

May 23, 2018

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     No one knew what to do. Susan Hupp and her parents were hiding behind a table at Luby’s Cafeteria hoping the gunman would not see them. They listened as shot after shot went off, and Hupp wracked her brain trying to fig...

Four the Win

Daunte Cuffie, Sports Co-Editor

May 23, 2018

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     This school year, three athletes lettered in four sports. These students competed in a sport every month of the school year.      Junior Dylan Kannan competes in football, wrestling, soccer, and track.      ...

Varsity Victory

Daunte Cuffie, Sports Co-Editor

May 23, 2018

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           As she gazes across the diamond with the bat in her hand, senior Sloan Johnson swings at the ball.  It’s the top of the 8th inning and the score is tied. When she connects, she sprints to second base on th...

Paired for Competition

Daunte Cuffie, Sports Co-Editor

May 23, 2018

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     This season, the tennis team is sending more athletes to the state tournament in school history. Eight athletes will travel to College Station on May 17-18. Six athletes will compete in the tournament, and two athlete...

A Cinderella Story

Celie Price, Feature Editor

February 27, 2018

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     Most girls dream of having their Cinderella moment, especially at prom. Thanks to Beta Mu, a service organization that works to help the community, one lucky girl will have the opportunity by winning a free dress for her...

Fight Against Anxiety

Angelea Lance, Editor-In-Chief of Print Content

February 8, 2018

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     It can be described as a tight fist over her heart, a clenching on the bottom of her lungs that made it impossible to get a full, clear, deep breath of air. The anxiety causes her nerves to fizzle as it sends all her e...

High Profits

Megan Dwamena, Editor-In-Chief of Online

February 8, 2018

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     Despite the success of the eight states who have legalized it as well as the medical breakthroughs discovered, marijuana is still illegal in 42 states here in America. Selling or possessing the drug can lead to large fine...

Flu Frenzy

Megan Dwamena, Editor-In-Chief of Online

February 8, 2018

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     This year’s reported district cases of the flu are more than triple what they were last year with the numbers increasing from 2 to 34. Director of School Health, Kimberly Kuklies said that the reasons for this can depend on ma...

Scout’s Honor

Celie Price, Feature Editor

February 8, 2018

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     When people think of the Boy Scouts, an image of kids with badges learning skills like how to tie a knot or start a fire, or selling popcorn, might come to mind for some. For senior and now Eagle Scout Scott Jerdon, t...

Theater Treasure

Celie Price, Feature Editor

February 8, 2018

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      After the theater program’s grand performance of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, the next One Act play may seem hard to follow. However, the next performance, which will be Treasure Island, based on the novel by Ro...

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