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Gia Bradley: Open Campus Won’t Work

Gia Bradley, Reporter

November 11, 2019

Why is open campus not allowed?   Open campus is not allowed because of all the safety hazards. When teens come to school, they are under the responsibility of the school, meaning whatever happens during the school day is the school's fault.   So if anything bad were to happen while student...

Olivia Holmes: Off Campus Lunch Should Be An Option

Olivia Holmes, Reporter

November 11, 2019

Schools should have open campus lunch because it provides healthier options and won’t leave students still hungry and allows students to be responsible.  First, the cafeteria food does not give all the right nutrients for all the students. Each student isn’t the same, so they don’t all eat the same thing. According to grownandflown.com, in 2010, more than one-thi...

The Man Who Stopped The World

Rebecca Veber, Editor

February 6, 2018

When we got home, it was already almost completely dark outside, so I took a shower. As the hot water ran down my back, I cried. I wanted to scream and shout, but I knew it didn’t matter because he still wouldn't be coming back. After the shower, I decided to call his phone and leave a message. I told...

The Man Who Stopped The World

The Man Who Stopped The World

Rebecca Veber, Editor

February 6, 2018

The restaurant was loud, people were talking, the music was blaring, and I was still trying to listen to the conversation my family was having. We were trying to pick which free appetizer we each wanted.    "I for sure, want mozzarella sticks," I said.   My sister agreed with me. She had heard they were good, b...

The Man Who Stopped The World

The Man Who Stopped The World

Rebecca Veber, Editor

February 6, 2018

The next day I woke up early and got dressed for the funeral; I wore a tan skirt, a black shirt, a hat, and sandals because we knew it would be almost 100 degrees outside by the time the funeral was over.   My Aunt Traci walked over to the coffin and put a Sons of Anarchy and an NRA sticker on it because he loved SO...

The Man Who Stopped the World

The Man Who Stopped the World

Rebecca Veber, Editor

February 6, 2018

My mom had already called my family: my grandpa and grandma, great-grandparents, my cousin, my aunts, and uncles.   "Your Uncle Michael is on his way from Granbury, Peepaw is stuck in customs, Aunt Lexi will be here Monday, Ma will be here tomorrow and the G-units are coming with her.     As ...

Aspiration Initiative Graduation Coach Theo Bray, Faculty

Aspiration Initiative Graduation Coach Theo Bray, Faculty

Cara Wimberley, Editor

December 14, 2017

"As much as we're here to inspire y'all, you guys inspire us. When we see students excelling, it makes us wanna be better. You see a lot of students who were under-performing, and now they're accomplishing their own goals, and we're so, so proud- it's crazy."

Marina Jarvis

Marina Jarvis

Cara Wimberley, Editor

December 13, 2017

"I don't think that I do a lot [for others], but I know that many people can be affected by the littlest things- in a positive way. I make sure people take care of themselves, and that they know how important they are to me. Everyone needs to know that they're special in their own way."

Spanish I Teacher Jessica Rodriquez, Faculty

Spanish I Teacher Jessica Rodriquez, Faculty

Cara Wimberley, Editor

November 15, 2017

"If they don't know [me] personally, [I] don't take it personally. Nothing anyone can say is something I haven't heard before from a stranger. Most of my self-confidence actually came from drag queens. If they can love themselves, and have a thick skin, and go through life and be amazing, and be more...

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