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Learning to Lead at State

Over 5,000 student council members from all over the state converged on the Texas Association of Student Councils convention in Arlington from April 10-12, learning about how other student councils help their communities and handing...

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Debate takes state by storm

Keeping up with current events. Filing evidence. Mastering speed reading. And yes, perfecting the pen flip. These are skills that the debate team harnessed to send teams to the state meet for the fourteenth consecutive...

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Highest Honor

Each spring the annual induction of the National Honor Society [NHS] presents students that show exceptional promise in academic, leadership and social service skills with the privilege of being in NHS. This society leads students...

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Expanding the Horizon

Design and Landscape Management Department, a greenhouse blueprint was started this past summer and the building was finished, —-. The purpose is to expand these students horizons by providing them with possible certifications and gaining...

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Make A Wish

Holding onto her new marine friend, second-grader Jaidan Johnson smiles for the camera. Jaidan traveled to Florida to swim with dolphins thanks to the help of the Make A Wish Foundation. “Usually in the wild,...

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Military Madness

The breath catches in the throats of band members as the Regiment of Roughnecks approach the end of the tunnel entering the Alamodome for preliminary competition. Littlefield’s band was wrapping up their performance and White...

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Eye in the Sky

Despite DJI’s user-friendly operating system and idiot-proof controls, the white phantom drone kamikazed into the basketball court wall. Senior Austin Iske, had broken the unbreakable. The camera was destroyed, gimbal shattered and propellers in pieces,...

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