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Wolf Moon rises again
AP Tanner manages contact tracing

AP Tanner manages contact tracing

February 1, 2021

Even though the Commons is blocked off and the hallways are labeled as one way students begin to gather in the hall before the morning bell. As one student pulls his mask down below the nose, Assistant Principal Janell Tanner yells out, “Pull up your...

Fun places to go this holiday season!

Fun places to go this holiday season!

December 11, 2020

With everything that’s gone on in 2020, people might think there is going to be nothing to do for the holidays. However, there are still plenty of opportunities to have fun with your quarantine crew. *   Holiday in the Park at Six Flags Over Texas,...

Heading for the playoffs

Heading for the playoffs

December 11, 2020

The Varsity football team kicks off their first ever 5A DII playoffs this week against Kimball this Friday in Newsom Stadium, at 7 p.m. The team, ranked 59th in Texas, is predicted to win against the Knights, who are ranked 460th in the state. “It...

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KEEP YOUR MASK ON CORRECTLY

KEEP YOUR MASK ON CORRECTLY

October 30, 2020

Instagram Increases Positivity

Instagram Increases Positivity

March 31, 2020

COVID-19 Divides Country

COVID-19 Divides Country

March 30, 2020

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Netflix wins with Spanish thriller
Netflix wins with Spanish thriller
Avery Drake May 6, 2021

Netflix seems to be jumping on the true-crime trend, releasing crime thrillers one after another. In a sea of new movies and shows on the platform, Who Killed Sara? stands...

Netflix wins with Spanish thriller
Netflix wins with Spanish thriller
Avery Drake May 6, 2021

Netflix seems to be jumping on the true-crime trend, releasing crime thrillers one after another. In a sea of new movies and shows on the platform, Who Killed Sara? stands out. The 10-episode Mexican series follows Sara’s brother, Alex Guzman, who was just released from jail after 18 years and is desperately trying to track down her killer. The show opens with Sara’s death, a horrifying parasailing...

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Wolf Moon rises again
Wolf Moon rises again
Anuoluwa Asubiojo March 8, 2021

After eight years, the school's literary magazine, Wolf Moon, is being revived. Students can submit submissions through March 12.  “When I first came to this school, teacher Peter Downing came to me and talked about the art on the wall in the library and told me the history about the Wolf Moon magazine,” Librarian Cassie Joffree said. “Mr. Benton started it as his passion to create a way...

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