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My voice matters: Despite other influences, students begin to figure out their own opinions on current issues

My voice matters: Despite other influences, students begin to figure out their own opinions on current issues

Delaynie Keeney, Editor February 11, 2021

Scrolling on Instagram, freshman Chloe Sanders realizes there’s something off about her feed. Instead of the typical inspirational quotes and selfies, every other post is political. One blames the California...

Eight-period day to replace current block schedule this fall

Delaynie Keeney, Print Co-Editor February 11, 2021

Eight is eight. That’s what Principal Todd Marshall said students should remember when the schedule moves from a modified block to an eight-period day this fall. Instead of having five classes a day...

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Super Bowl win, Amazon management changes, and vaccinations: Here are 5 things you need to know for the week of Feb. 9, 2021

Anjel-Ali Ormond, Online Editor-in-Chief February 9, 2021
This week's most important headlines, ranging from billionaire CEO changes to COVID-19 vaccinations.
AMC Entertainment ($AMC), a popular stock during last week's stock frenzy, has increased by over $200 since the start of the pandemic.

Black History Month, stocks, STAAR testing, and more: Here are 5 things you need to know for the week of February 1, 2021

Anjel-Ali Ormond, Online Editor-in-Chief February 4, 2021
This week's most important headlines that you need to know, ranging from Black History Month's induction to the financial frenzy going on in the stock market.
Students in math teacher Samantha Durham's class complete their work online.

Students to get personal chromeooks

Gillian Knowles, Online Editor-in-Chief January 6, 2021

In a new program instituted by administration, students will be working from home and school on their own personal chromebooks beginning in late January. The technology department is going to rescind all...

Library sees increase in books checked out

Library sees increase in books checked out

Sadie Moore, Junior Reporter December 1, 2020

With the pandemic, many students have been left with more free-time than they imagined this year. With this the school library has been very popular this year.   Recently ELAR classes have been...

Student deal with lack of lunch deliveries

Sarah Hale, Junior Reporter December 1, 2020

This time last year junior Lexi Snyder would be going up to the office during lunch, searching for the Chick-fil-A sandwich her mom brought her. Fast forward to 2020. No bag, no lunch, and no Chick-fil-A...

Excited to explore their new school, Mrs. Gill's kindergarten class sits in front of the PG sing at the new elementary.

New elementary finally opens doors

Sarah Johnson, Reporter November 16, 2020

Earlier this week the doors to the Margaret Fischer Davis Elementary School were finally opened to the staff and students for the first time. “The first day of school in the new building was kind...

Emma Henard advances to state

Emma Henard advances to state

Gillian Knowles, Online Editor-in-Chief November 11, 2020

Sophomore Emma Henard placed 10th at the regional meet Tuesday and will compete at the state meet in Austin later this month.  The boys’ cross country team also competed at the regional cross country...

Newsies comes closer to completion

Newsies comes closer to completion

November 10, 2020

While COVID-19 complications initially had the cast questioning whether or not they would be allowed to perform, the “Newsies” cast are not only back on track, but ahead of schedule. Per tradition,...

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