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Life Skills tackles blanket making

May 4, 2018 1:01pm | Lilah Adams

The life skills class has taken on a new activity with the kids: knitting. Teacher Katie Villarreal had the idea after seeing several creative knitting creations on Pinterest. “I had seen these really cool, chunky, knit blankets in several stores and realized there were tutorials […]

Prom offers bevy of awards

May 1, 2018 12:10pm | Josalyn Taylor

Prom: the night so many little girls look forward to, and so many little boys dread. Girls spend hours (even days) getting ready; boys jump in the shower ten minutes before it time to leave.This year’s prom was no different, except for one thing: life […]

Bison Belles hold tryouts for 2018 line

May 1, 2018 9:53am | Josalyn Taylor

The Bison Belle drill team is all about following the traditions that has existed for the past 60 years, but for the 61st line the team may create a new tradition. For the first time, the Belles will have co-captains to lead the team – […]

GEMS head to Galveston

April 27, 2018 6:11pm | Sheri Donaldson

“Are we there yet?” The young girls asked every few miles for the entire trip. They stayed in their seats but looked out the windows impatiently. Finally, water came into view. The girls cheered and chattered excitedly, glad to be at their destination. On Wednesday, […]

Seniors interview for scholarships

April 27, 2018 5:12pm | Nadia Garcia

Senior prom, graduation, and college are several things that many seniors think about this time of year. One thing that is constantly running through the back of their minds, though, is how they are going to afford to pay for tuition, books, and dorm rooms […]

Journalism staff celebrates Lifetouch win

April 27, 2018 10:38am | Kaiden Loep

The journalism staff enjoyed a cookie cake to celebrate winning third place in Lifetouch’s National Best of the Best competition, competing against all the yearbooks produced by Lifetouch nationwide in the small schools division. “I am so proud to be a part of journalism because […]

FFA teams earn spots at state

April 24, 2018 9:25am | Ashley Thunderhawk

On top of showing at the Leon County Livestock Show, FFA students stayed busy  traveling to two different locations to compete in CDE Area Contests last week. Five teams will advance to state this week. Teams advancing to state are Vet Science, Floriculture, Milk Quality […]

Students compete at Leon County Show

April 24, 2018 8:47am | Andrea Garcia

Last week, students competed in the Leon County livestock show. They showed animals that they have spent the past year raising and training. “I love competing in the show because it shows all of our hard work,” junior Makayla Gilliam said. “It is no easy […]

OAP named state alternates

April 23, 2018 1:48pm | Lilah Adams

This year’s OAP wrapped up its season last week, earning a state alternate position at regional competition in Brenham. The group finished behind Malakoff and Little River Academy, who will compete at state next week. “It is really sad to think that was my last […]

FCCLA competes at state

April 21, 2018 8:30pm | Itzel Velazquez

The FCCLA students, along with advisor Melissa Isaacs and chaperone Amanda Harter, traveled to Dallas earlier this month to compete in the state conference. Seven of the eight teams advanced to state from the regional conference. “It was nice that most of us made it […]