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KISD Campuses to Make Schedule Changes

KISD Campuses to Make Schedule Changes

Ciara Urrutia, Business Manager
May 25, 2017
Filed under NEWS, Showcase

Beginning next school year, all Klein ISD schools will be adopting a new time schedule and making changes to both the student and teacher handbook. These changes have been put in place partially because of the Promise2Purpose vision, which ensures that every student enters the system with a promise an...

Track, cross-country hold annual Tiger Fun Run

Track, cross-country hold annual Tiger Fun Run

Solomon Seahorn, Staff Writer
April 4, 2014
Filed under Showcase, SPORTS

The track and cross-country booster club will hold the sixth annual Tiger Fun Run this Saturday, April 5. There will be a one-mile walking race for kids beginning at 8:30 a.m. and a three-mile run for adults at 9 a.m. Traditionally, the race will be held at the Klein Collins track and participants...

Dear Lost and Lonely

Dear Lost and Lonely

March 28, 2014
Filed under Uncategorized

I don't know what to do. I have a lot going on right now, at school and at home. I haven't really been getting along with everyone lately and it's not that I'm being intentionally rude, it's just that the mood I'm in seems to be more than temporary. I try to be myself, but then again people don't rea...

College degrees becoming necessary in modern economy

College degrees becoming necessary in modern economy

Amy Thomas, Staff Writer
March 19, 2014
Filed under NEWS, Showcase

Economists and counselors agree that the economy today is more knowledge-based and that it increasingly becomes more important to receive higher education. Counselor Tammy Morrow said that success in the modern economy requires some kind of post-secondary credential. “Credentials can come from...

Sideline support

Sideline support

Isabel Alison, Staff Writer
March 18, 2014
Filed under FEATURES, Showcase

They are part of the football team. They are part of the baseball team. They are part of the volleyball team. They are a part of every team. They are athletic trainers. Athletic trainers are a vital part of every sports team.They support their team with necessary medical care in case of injuries during...

Goal-oriented senior manages busy schedule

Goal-oriented senior manages busy schedule

Amy Thomas, Staff Writer
March 17, 2014
Filed under FEATURES, Showcase

Senior Penelope Revelo seems to juggle it all. She is an ambassador and host for foreign exchange students, a costume designer for school musicals and a girl scout. In addition to that, she has received the Spring Cypress Junior Scholarship and has been accepted to the University of Texas to study costume...

Research shows teens ‘waste’ free time

Research shows teens ‘waste’ free time

Megan Parman, Editor-in-Chief
March 13, 2014
Filed under NEWS, Showcase

An hour to get ready. Seven hours in school. Four hours of homework and, if you're lucky, six hours to sleep. Now take time out for meals and normal hygienic practices and you're down to roughly three hours left in a day to spend as you wish. An argument that has gained prominence in the eyes of...

Out-of-state school district adding year to high school

Out-of-state school district adding year to high school

Megan Parman, Editor-in-Chief
March 10, 2014
Filed under OPINIONS

I ran across an article recently about how an out-of-state school district is expected to approve a program next year that creates a 13th grade for high school students. In the district, there’s a school called Middle College High School, where 200 students a year graduate with an average of 30 college...

Superintendent’s Message – February 2014

Superintendent’s Message – February 2014

February 28, 2014
Filed under NEWS, Showcase

In early January, the Vistas High School Program held one of its quarterly Clap Out celebrations. Vistas is an alternative high school of choice for our students in the Klein ISD that targets dropout recovery and prevention. The population and student to teacher ratio are much smaller than that of our...

Peanuts, salty snacks or the new Bubonic Plague

Peanuts, salty snacks or the new Bubonic Plague

Holly Novak, Junior Staff Writer
February 27, 2014
Filed under OPINIONS, Showcase

"Take me out to the ballgame, take me out to the crowd. Buy me some peanuts and Cracker Jacks..." More like take me to the ER and buy me some Epinephrine. Peanuts. Just the word makes my throat tighten. With roughly two students in every classroom who suffer from severe food allergies, I feel that...

New KISD chief of police

New KISD chief of police

Noah Sanchez, Staff Writer
February 26, 2014
Filed under NEWS

The Administrative Captain for the Klein ISD Police Department, David Kimberly, was promoted to Chief of Police at a board meeting on Feb. 10. The Chief of Police in a school district is responsible for working with the district to ensure the safety and security of everyone. "My goal is to...

Listening to music in school

Listening to music in school

Larissa Torres, Features Editor
February 25, 2014
Filed under OPINIONS

"Portable music systems are not to be brought on the school bus or school campus during schools hours unless they are used as a part of a classroom project." - KISD High School Handbook This policy does not take into consideration the benefits of listening to music. By listening to music while...

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