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“Unwind” Author Comes to Texas

“Unwind” Author Comes to Texas

Viviana Camarillo, Design Editor
March 29, 2017
Filed under NEWS, Showcase

Award winning author Neal Shusterman will be giving presentations in the library on Feb. 22. The event was made possible when librarian Dianne Moynihan contacted Shusterman and asked if he would be interested in coming to speak at the school. “[The librarians]  were just talking one day and ...

Bell Schedule for STAAR English I & II EOC exams

Bell Schedule for STAAR English I & II EOC exams

Staff
March 26, 2014
Filed under Uncategorized

STAAR testing is scheduled for Monday, March 31 and Tuesday, April 1. The test will take 5 hours to complete. Testers will be provided with water and a breakfast/snack. Click here to check your room assignments in BlackBoard. You must be signed to BlackBoard on your tablet for this link to work. ...

Computer science classes to fulfill foreign language requirements

Computer science classes to fulfill foreign language requirements

Anna Ta, News Editor
March 19, 2014
Filed under NEWS

Legislation that will allow foreign language requirements to be fulfilled by computer programming courses was passed through the Kentucky senate on Feb. 1. Supporters considered it a step toward preparing students for a job market with a high demand for programming jobs. Senior Cody Cree, who has...

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...

Texas Board of Education addresses advanced courses issue

Texas Board of Education addresses advanced courses issue

Taylor Weinholzer, Staff Writer
December 6, 2013
Filed under NEWS, Showcase

The Texas Board of Education has started to address the confusion on what classifies as an advanced course in high school. Earlier this year, the Legislature changed the number of advanced courses required to graduate, but did not specifically state which classes qualify as an advanced course.  This...

Pack the stands

Pack the stands

Megan Parman, Editor-in-Chief
October 7, 2013
Filed under SPORTS

Game Etiquette We are in Texas, high school football is a big deal here. To keep with tradition, follow these six simple steps to cheer your team to victory. Do not travel with the pack of familiar faces all the way up to the top of the bleachers. The idea is to be able to see action happening on the...

Megan Parman

Megan Parman

September 11, 2013
Filed under Uncategorized

Megan. One of the top ten most common names in 1996. Thanks mom and dad but that's not me. I'm the Megan who fell off the monkey bars in third grade and blacked out, the Megan who picks at her fingernail polish and the Megan who has a borderline unhealthy obsession with cats. At school, I'm the Megan...

Taylor Weinholzer

Taylor Weinholzer

September 11, 2013
Filed under Uncategorized

My name is Taylor Weinholzer. I am from Florida, but have lived in Minnesota, Wisconsin and many houses in Texas. I am a very big fan of ice hockey and play as much as I can, as well as with my own team. I have a long history with writing. My interest began by just reading stories and novels and I eventually...

Brothers on and off the ice

Brothers on and off the ice

Megan Parman, Editor in Chief
May 13, 2013
Filed under Featured Sports Story Carousel, Showcase, SPORTS

Twenty-one boys take the ice at the Aerodrome Ice Skating Complex. Players take advantage of the five minute warm-up time allotted, feeding off the energy from the stands. Two jerseys with the name Weinholzer make their way into the lights, one padded and ready to defend the net, and the other laced...

Potential School Voucher Program Faces Opposition

Potential School Voucher Program Faces Opposition

Summer Salim, Staff Writer
February 13, 2013
Filed under NEWS, Showcase

The Texas Taxpayer Savings Grant, a proposed school voucher program, would allow any student from a public school to attend a private school of their choice. According to the Houston Chronicle, the proposal is causing controversy in Texas due to problems such as expensive private school tuition, not...

Texas Secession Unlikely, Disrespectful Towards Democracy

Texas Secession Unlikely, Disrespectful Towards Democracy

Natalia Alamdari, Editor-in-Chief
November 28, 2012
Filed under OPINIONS

With the reelection of President Barack Obama, America faces a split population. Regardless of Obama’s win over the popular vote and the Electoral College, 48 percent of Americans remain unsupportive of the president. The unrest has translated into imaginings of change, with active petitions for secessions...

UPDATED: District Plans to Integrate Arts into Education

UPDATED: District Plans to Integrate Arts into Education

Natalia Alamdari, Editor-in-Chief
November 14, 2012
Filed under NEWS, Showcase

Boosting the STEAM initiative, Klein ISD has been selected among 23 school districts to take part in the Texas High Performance Schools Consortium (THPSC). Read More »

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