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Looking forward to 2021

By: Jennifer Castillo, Senior
January 8, 2021

New politics, same old politicians

By: Brooklyn Ellis, Editor-in-Chief
December 14, 2020

What happened to civil discourse?

By: Steven Stein, Editor-in-Chief
November 2, 2020
Spectators watch the Rockets vs. Buffaloes game on Oct 25, 2020 at Rutledge Stadium. The district is requiring anyone on school property to have a mask on at all times, unless you are eating or drinking.

Why are masks so politicized?

By: Riley Grogan, Junior
October 16, 2020
Students change classes between 2nd and 3rd period. With an enrollment of 2700, the vast majority of students have decided to stay online because of COVID-19 fears. Education, like every other industry, has been impacted and politicized because of the pandemic.

COVID-19 should’ve brought us together

By: Steven Stein, Editor-in-Chief
October 12, 2020
On August 25, Mrs. Sandra Grogan works into the night on her Canvas class, a day after the first day of school. Canvas is one of the new learning management programs teachers and students had to learn to use this year for virtual school.

I’m a teacher’s child

By: Riley Grogan, Junior
August 27, 2020
I'm A Teacher

I’m A Teacher

By: Mr. Cabrera, Adviser
August 9, 2020
Bryce Wisdom holds his

“Live Like Bryce” is the way of life

By: Emma Tubbs
July 28, 2020
To the first-year teacher...

To the first-year teacher…

By: Mr. Cabrera, Adviser
July 9, 2020
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