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Journalism students attend national convention

November 27, 2017 6:01pm | Colby Menefee

Downtown Dallas was transformed last week – joining the business people were nearly 5,000 high school journalism students and their advisers from across the country, all attending the National Scholastic Press Association and the Journalism Educator Association’s fall national convention. Hundreds of sessions were offered […]

Annual Taste of Home is a success

November 27, 2017 5:03pm | Kayleigh Rhodes

Home is where the heart is, or wherever the food is. Earlier this month, FCCLA members traveled to the local Brookshire Brothers and set up food stands for the public to try. This is an annual event for the local store. “It was an optional […]

Floral Design Activities

November 17, 2017 10:47pm | Kaline Martinez

The smell of hot glue guns filled the air and the floor was scattered with bits of ribbon. During homecoming week, floral design students were creating their own custom mums. Students had a hard time with the ribbon due to everyone wanting ribbon at the […]

Art students complete Veteran’s Day projects

November 16, 2017 5:21pm | Josalyn Taylor

In tribute to Veteran’s Day, all art classes worked on flag drawings and painting. This is a part of the “Lest we Forget” project in which the students use the value skills they recently learned in class. “This project was really fun to me,” junior […]

Forensics classes make dioramas

November 15, 2017 4:29pm | Kaiden Loep

Dead people, blood and police tape. The forensics classes worked to recreate crime scenes in the form of dioramas. There were groups of two to four people that worked together and made crime scenes from fake blood, paint, cardboard boxes and whatever else they could […]

FFA finalize LDE season at Madisonville

November 14, 2017 4:21pm | Ashley Thunderhawk

FFA finished the LDE season last week after having two contests, one at Tarleton University and another in Madisonville. On Tuesday, FFA traveled to Tarleton University to compete in their annual LDE contest. “Tarleton is always a good contest to prepare for district,” Henigan said. […]

Senior Walk brings new realizations

November 13, 2017 4:18pm | Tana Cleveland

As parents walked their children across the field, tears filled in their eyes because of the realization that their child was a senior. Senior Walk was held Friday night before the football game. “I believe Senior Walk is a chance for seniors to really prove […]

Friday Favorites announced during half time

November 12, 2017 5:26pm | Sheri Donaldson

They walked on the field, shocked as the fans stood up in applause. During halftime of the Friday night game against Hearne, students were announced for different award titles in cheerleading, Bison Belles, band, and football. “It was really fun to see who won the […]

Students create fake wounds

November 12, 2017 1:59pm | Lilah Adams

Anatomy classes are changing it up by having students make artificial wounds with what is in the lab and whatever they can bring. The day before Halloween, the classes made fake wounds using toilet paper, vaseline, cocoa powder and glue. “We did it to celebrate […]

FFA continues success during contest season

November 10, 2017 2:09pm | Ashley Thunderhawk

With district competition on their minds, forty FFA members traveled to China Spring last week to compete in an invitational contest. Teams in Public Relations, Senior Chapter Conducting, Junior Chapter Conducting, Senior Chapter Quiz, Junior Chapter Quiz, Radio Broadcasting, Senior Creed, Junior Creed, Ag Advocacy, […]