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Forensics students investigate murder

October 17, 2018 4:40pm | Kayleigh Rhodes

Blood is splattered everywhere. The cops are the first on the scene, and they quickly call in the forensics investigators. Once on site, the team begins to collect evidence Then the bell rings. The body gets up and heads to the hallway to monitor class […]

Debaters attend clinic

October 14, 2018 4:55pm | Sheri Donaldson

They glance around at the other students crowding into the lecture hall. They fidget with their pens and legal pads, ready to write down every word as soon as the speaker begins. The CX debate students left before dawn earlier this month  to attend a […]

Student Council starts spirit poster parties

October 9, 2018 9:16pm | Sherlynn Rodriguez

Students are boosting up spirit, pride and honor by making spirit posters. The posters are sponsored by student council, they invite all students to come to this poster making partie. They buy all the material needed into making these posters and provide snacks and drinks […]

Students compete in theatre festival

October 9, 2018 9:12pm | Tana Cleveland

Last Saturday, theatre and speech students competed at a theatre festival in Van. The festival was introduced to director Robin Fuqua by her former high school teacher Larry Wisdom. “Every year Mr. Wisdom hosts this festival,” Fuqua said. “It’s a really cool event because there’s […]

Homecoming court announced

October 4, 2018 8:44pm | Andrea Garcia

Homecoming Court nominees were announced last month, with winners of the dukes and duchesses finalized last week. . Senior queen nominees are Tana Cleveland, Sheri Donaldson, Andrea Garcia and Makayla Gilliam. King nominees are Hector Dominguez, Colton Green, Jarrett Fishbeck and Peyton Graves. “I liked […]

Speech students spend Saturday at workday

October 3, 2018 8:23pm | Scarlet Carrillo

Debate students spent their Saturday at a  workshop to learn the basics of debate and work on perfecting techniques with debate consultants Julian Erdman and Chris O’Brien. . “Both of these men consult around the state and teach at multiple debate camps every summer,” coach […]

Belles compete at Six Flags

October 2, 2018 9:38pm | Josalyn Taylor

Putting on their seatbelts and lockbars, the girls begin to rise. They continue to go higher and higher and circle around. They make it to the top of the 400-foot Texas Skyscreamer and are able to view the city of Arlington and beyond. “The Texas […]

Students gather at See You At The Pole

October 1, 2018 8:41pm | Iris Valles

In Jesus’ Name I pray …  Amen. For See You At The Pole, students gathered around the flagpole early in the morning and listened to music, had donuts, heard a devotional led by Pastor Alan Grisham of First Baptist Church and prayed. Pastor Alan’s devotional […]

Groups hold combined meetings

September 28, 2018 9:02pm | Megan Wedhorn

The FFA and FCCLA organizations had a group meeting and back-to-school bash to introduce both programs to current and potential members. The meeting began with both groups announcing their officers together, then splitting up into two groups to continue their business. “The purpose of the […]

Art students learn about color

September 28, 2018 12:53pm | Tana Cleveland

The art students, under the instruction of Amanda Harter, undergo many lessons in order to make and understand art properly. These lessons range from learning the color wheel to sketching on a canvas. Last week, they learned about color schemes. “Color schemes are so important […]