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Christmas show canceled due to COVID

December 15, 2020 10:22am | Colby Menefee

In Whoville, it’s Mr. Grinch who steals the Christmas joy. For the Fine Arts Department’s Christmas Showcase, though, COVID was the culprit; the group first changed plans from a live performance to a virtual one to minimize any possible exposure and then canceled altogether when […]

Debaters advance to state Congress competition

November 17, 2020 10:40pm | Kaline Martinez

Due to the pandemic, the debate team was introduced this fall to a new “normal” in competition – virtual. The team has been accustomed to early mornings and long hours in the school Suburban to attend competitions, but this year has had to adjust to […]

Science class dissects chicken wings

November 15, 2020 9:21pm | Sherlynn Rodriguez

Science teacher Megan McMullen introduced her students to chicken wings – but not as a tasty snack. Instead, as an introductory dissection lab, her animal science class dissected chicken wings. “The purpose of this lab was for students to understand and see how the skeletal […]

Football sendoff pits seniors against juniors

November 13, 2020 9:26pm | Emma Adams

The cheerleaders lined the hallways along with the students to send the boys off with a warm welcome into round one of playoffs, versus rice consolidated. The juniors and freshmen worked together to create a poster for the last week of the constant along with […]

Mock elections puts SpongeBob characters in the political arena

November 10, 2020 9:13pm | April Martinez

Since most high school students are not eligible to vote in the presidential election, juniors Hannah Travis, Aryonna Coleman and Marie Herbert, with the help of FCCLA adviser Melissa Isaacs, created a mock election which provided students with the opportunity to vote on the issues […]

Seniors keep overall tradition alive

November 3, 2020 10:27pm | Kaline Martinez

The hot glue is plugged in, paint and sparkles covering the floor and Pinterest ideas are on the screen. It’s time for the last pep rally of the year, and seniors spend their time, effort and money into making senior overalls, a long-running Bison tradition. […]

Seniors enjoy final home game activities

November 2, 2020 11:11pm | Iris Valles

Seniors might have had their traditional final pep rally canceled due to COVID-19 restrictions, but they were not about to give it up altogether. They celebrated their senior “pep rally” with a game of musical chairs to replace the usual group dance, and held it […]

Safety Fair targets unsafe driving

October 30, 2020 10:56pm | Emma Adams

Leon County Extension agent Cassie Ferguson spearheaded this year’s safety fair for the freshman class. Typically held as one county-wide event, COVID-19 meant that each school had its own individual safety fair this year to minimize exposure. The extension agents led the seatbelt safety session, […]

Homecoming pep rally moves to a community affair

October 20, 2020 6:54pm | Emma Adams

COVID-19 has changed a lot, and Homecoming week was just one of those things. With allowed gym capacity not nearly high enough to accommodate the typical Homecoming Pep Rally crowd, it was time to head back to the football field, this time for a community […]

Henson, Parker crowned during Homecoming

October 18, 2020 7:34pm | Kaline Martinez

And your 2020 Homecoming queen is…. Homecoming adds extra excitement and anticipation to a football game, with the crowd and the Homecoming court awaiting the crowning of a new queen and king. “It was a little different because I usually go back to the field […]