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Q&A With Amber Holsomback

Q&A With Amber Holsomback

Cameron Beauchamp, Reporter

November 15, 2019

1. If you tell your students something about you that they wouldn’t know otherwise, what would it be? I would tell my students that I understand struggling in school because I am dyslexic and have dysgraphia; which means that reading and writing can be a struggle for me. 2. How do you want your s...

What Culture Brings To The Table

What Culture Brings To The Table

Aaron Blackwell, Reporter

November 8, 2019

Sophomore Shone Mombo moved to America from Libreville, Gabon, when he was a small child, but he’s not sure exactly when. To this day, he reminisces on memories of playing with friends and hanging out by the corner store afterwards. It was all an odd change of scenery for Shone. It was quite a difficult...

Q&A with Lyberde Parker

Q&A with Lyberde Parker

Sarah Knowles, Reporter

November 8, 2019

Who has been the biggest influence on your life? What lessons did you learn? My grandad because he has been through a lot and he steps out of his way to make sure I'm happy.  Who has had the biggest influence on your life and how? My mom because she's working hard to come see me and being able just to b...

Journey To New World

Journey To New World

Gabriela Mascorro, Reporter

October 31, 2019

Isaac Antonio was born and raised in Angola, Africa. Isaac came to America with his father on April 29, 2018, for the first time. As soon as he landed in Texas he said he immediately felt small.  “I could tell this was a new environment because of how everything looked different,” he said. “The ...

Time Crunch

Time Crunch

Gabrielle Saldana, Reporter

October 29, 2019

Sophomore Anahi Diazdeleon is on her way running from the volleyball court to the football stadium on a Friday night to make it to her band performance after her volleyball game. Sometimes it is a struggle to make it from one thing to another on every Friday Night Lights where there is a volleyball ...

Remember Me

Remember Me

Jada Jones, Reporter

October 29, 2019

Color guard captain Siham Al-Adam embraces flags and jazz shoes, and sometimes glitter and bruises, to lead the color guard team to success.    “My sister was in band and told me about color guard,” Al-Adam said. She said that color guard interested her and she decided to try out. Siha...

Winklepedia: The Journey so Far

Winklepedia: The Journey so Far

Marsella Sims, News and Feature Editor

October 29, 2019

  Charlie Winkley walked the hallways of Chisholm Trail High two years ago.   In that time, he has earned his spot as one of the most respected choir directors in the eyes of his students.  “I did not like choir at all until freshman year,” he said.  “And then I tried it for the art credit, and I loved it.”...

A Q&A With Kerri Beauchamp

A Q&A With Kerri Beauchamp

Cameron Beauchamp, Reporter

October 24, 2019

 Who is your favorite relative and why? My favorite relative is my Granddad Kelley.  This is a man who stepped in to be my dad, since my lived in a different city.  This is a man who was there for me each day of my childhood, who led me physically, emotionally & spiritually.  He would have gi...

The Journey Makes The Man

The Journey Makes The Man

Gracie Knowles, Reporter

October 24, 2019

When a student is sent to the principal’s office at Marine Creek Middle School, they expect to get chewed out. They are prepared to run into another clean-cut authority figure who doesn’t know what it’s like to have a rough home life. What they get, though, is someone who is understanding, ...

Mr. Allen MMA artist

Mr. Allen MMA artist

Mary Shannon Smith, Reporter

April 8, 2019

  The Boy’s Club hang out after high school in California introduced computer tech Jeff Allen to martial arts. And while he no longer practices, he still remembers those days of sparring. One of his most memorable moments was when he got disqualified in a tournament. He was a blue belt...

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