Seniors in the Spotlight

Cassidy Cox, Staff Writer
May 11, 2017
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Sami Havemann, Senior By: Cassidy Cox Q: Why did you choose cheer? A: It is always been one of my favorite things to do Q: What is one thing you love about cheer? A: I love doing it with my best friends Q: What is your motivation for this activity? A: The feeling you get when...

Seniors in the Spotlight

Cassidy Cox, Staff Writer
May 11, 2017
Filed under Features

Raigen Cianciulli, Senior By: Cassidy Cox Q: Why did you choose volleyball? A: It is always been one of my favorite things to do Q: What is one thing you love about volleyball? A: I love playing with my teammates Q: What is your motivation for this activity? A: The feeling you...

Seniors in the Spotlight

Brittany Miller, Editor-In-Chief
May 11, 2017
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Senior Connor Roberts Q: Why did you choose band? A: Because I enjoy it Q: One thing you love about band? A: It’s fun Q: What is your motivation for band? A: Being good Q: What do you do in your free time? A: Listen to music, play Rocket League, workout Q: Best memory from playing? A: Getting...

Seniors in the Spotlight

Lauren Kowis, News and Feature Editor
May 11, 2017
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Senior Rylee Lauterbach Q: Why did you choose to be Senior Class President? A: A dream of mine Q: One thing you love about being president? A: Super close with a lot of teachers Q: What do you do in your free time? A: Updating the senior list Q: Best memory from leading the senior class? A:...

Darce Earns Spot at Worlds Competition

Darce Earns Spot at Worlds Competition

Brittany Miller, Editor-In-Chief
May 11, 2017
Filed under Features, News, Top Stories

Texas Torque, a robotics team composed of local high school students, will compete against 600 other teams at the FIRST, (For Inspiration and Recognition or Science and Technology), Worlds Competition at the George R. Brown Convention Center. Senior London Darce is the team vice president and a part...

Ngyuen Becomes Officer in Model United Nations

Ngyuen Becomes Officer in Model United Nations

Sadee Sales, Staff Writer
May 11, 2017
Filed under Features

This past April, students took part in the Model United Nations program under YMCA. Among those students was Junior Jennifer Ngyuen who, despite this only being her first year, was elected as the Deputy Secretary General. “Students from all over the state of Texas get to engage in international...

Myers to Travel to Copenhagen for Mission

MiKaiya Peters, News & Feature Editor
May 11, 2017
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Following his upcoming graduation date, Senior Matthew Myers will travel to Copenhagen, Denmark in order to spread the message he and other members of his church base their lives upon. “At my church everyone has the opportunity to serve a two year mission once you submit your medical records....

Florian Earns Valedictorian Title

Brooke Cotten, News and Feature Editor
May 11, 2017
Filed under Features, Top Stories

Four years of hard work, late night studying, and the stress of AP tests have come to an end for Senior Daniel Florian who has been named Valedictorian for the class of 2017. “It feels good to finally find out that I’m valedictorian. It has been a goal since my freshmen and sophomore year, but it...

Schroeder Receives Award for Community Service

Kait Spaide, Staff Writer
May 11, 2017
Filed under Features

While most seniors are busy preparing to move out and go to college, Harrison Schroeder has made sure to keep his free time open to help out his community in any way he can. This dedication has granted him selection by the Texas Association of Secondary School Principals for the “Teens Serving Texas...

Women’s Choir Wins Sweepstakes

Mackenzie Lewis, Staff Writer
May 11, 2017
Filed under Features, News

Recently the women’s choir competed in the UIL Concert and Sight Reading Evaluation, winning the sweepstakes award, which means one’s across the board. A one is the best score you can earn at UIL competition. The concert and sight reading evaluation is a fast paced competition that shows how much...

Cox and Green to Lead Class of 2018

Samarah Zamora, Staff Writer
May 11, 2017
Filed under Features

Upcoming Senior Class President Cassidy Cox and Vice President Shae Green have been preparing to take on the responsibilities of leading the senior class next year. “As president and vice president we would be in charge of the senior dues, class tee shirts, and things involving prom,”...

Valladares Prepares to Attend A&M

Emma Stanley, Senior Editor
May 11, 2017
Filed under Features

Senior Gabriella Valladares has been accepted to three different colleges and plans on attending Texas A&M University on a partial scholarship. With extreme hardwork and dedication, Valladares has the opportunity to major in chemical engineering. Even though the past four years have been filled...