• The Absence of Cursive Handwriting
  • Computer Science Team Wins Competition
  • Baseball Hawks Keep Streak Alive Through District
  • Pleasant Grove Journalism Staffs Wins Crown Awards
  • Art Show Up and Coming
The Absence of Cursive Handwriting

The Absence of Cursive Handwriting

Reading cursive can be a bit tricky at times and writing it can be even more difficult, but for James Tuttlebee, laying in bed sick while his entire third grade class learned the cursive alphabet, was a mistake. “The week that we were learning to write cursive, I had a […]

Computer Science Team Wins Competition

Computer Science Team Wins Competition

The UIL computer science team won first place on Friday, April 9, at their first UIL competition. The team consisted of Cindy Chiang (middle), Nick Barkman (right), and Jayden Cellers (left). Not only did they win first as a team, but they also received some awards as individuals. Chiang placed […]

Baseball Hawks Keep Streak Alive Through District

Baseball Hawks Keep Streak Alive Through District

Many people expected a drop off in the Pleasant Grove baseball dominance this year. The Hawks went through a coaching change and some thought that might hurt them.  But that couldn’t have been farther from the truth because Pleasant Grove is back on top. The Hawks are ranked as the […]

Pleasant Grove Journalism Staffs Wins Crown Awards

Pleasant Grove Journalism Staffs Wins Crown Awards

PGHS publications took the top awards at the Columbia Scholastic Press Association Convention March 20 at Columbia University in New York. The 2014 Hawk Yearbook received a Gold Crown, the top award, and the Edge newspaper/website received a Silver Crown. It was one of only 21 Gold Crown winning yearbooks in […]

Art Show Up and Coming

Art Show Up and Coming

Sculptures, portfolios, and paintings will be on display at the 17th annual art show at the High School on Tuesday, April 14th. “I think we have a lot of really talented students,” said Art teacher Nicole Brisco. “We will have a variety of different pieces out on display from portfolios, […]

 

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Art Show Up and Coming

Art Show Up and Coming

Sculptures, portfolios, and paintings will be on display at the 17th annual art show at the High School on Tuesday, April 14th. “I think we have a lot of really talented students,” said Art teacher Nicole Brisco. “We will have a variety...

 

Drill Team Heads to Kilgore for Contest

Drill Team Heads to Kilgore for Contest

This weekend the Drill Team will travel to Kilgore, Texas to participate in a competition. The competition is on Saturday which just so happens to be Valentine’s Day this year. The Drill Team came in 5th place out of 58 teams at their...

 

For Student Artist, Painting Means Profit

For Student Artist, Painting Means Profit

Taking one long last look, sophomore Samantha Cox let her hands fall to her sides. It was over. She had grown so attached, but she knew that it was time to let go. She thought about all the time and energy that she had spent. Samantha sighed...

 

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My Home is Full of Qualified Teachers

I won’t lie to you. I didn’t grow up here. I went to a wonderful private school called St. James. It was my home. This wasn’t my home. In fact, this place terrified me. My classmates and I told stories about the dangers of public school,...

 

My Baby Mama Drama

My Baby Mama Drama

I stepped up to the plate, my helmet on and my bat ready. My teammates were in the field, dripping sweat from the intense practice they were enduring. Coach Worley, who was standing behind a net at the pitcher’s mound, rounded up to pitch...

 

That’s Just How We Roll

That’s Just How We Roll

The beeper goes off as my mom gives a sigh, memorizing the number before she pulls out her phone and taps in the numbers as I’ve seen her do so many times before. She gets off the couch in my grandfather’s house and rushes to get her keys...