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  • Girls' basketball advances to UIL 5A state tournement for 6th time in nine years
  • Frisco ISD Dance Team Showoff is Tuesday 6:30-9 p.m. at Lone Star HS
  • Frisco ISD Flag Night is Saturday 6-8:30 p.m. at Frisco HS
  • Juniors will take the SAT on March 6
  • Frisco ISD is hosting a job fair on March 2 from 9-11:30 a.m. at Lebanon Trail High School
The student news site of Liberty High School in Frisco, Texas


The student news site of Liberty High School in Frisco, Texas


The student news site of Liberty High School in Frisco, Texas


March 1 Daily Update
March 1 Daily Update
Lauren Pratt, Producer

WTV's Neta Even brings you today's news and announcements including FISD's job fair, NHS applications and this week's edition of Real Talk.

For many people, a birthday is a yearly occasion. But for others, like drill team director Nicole Nothe (pictured), the event only comes once every 4 years: on Leap day.
Redhawks with Leap day birthdays get their chance to celebrate
Aditi Shah, WTV Staff Reporter • February 29, 2024

For certain people on campus, Thursday marks a very special day - one that only comes once every four years. For people born on Leap Day, the real date...

Featuring junior girls taking on senior girls in flag football, students can now sign up to take part in the 2024 Powderpuff game on March 27.
Seniors and juniors go head-to-head with annual powderpuff
Christine Han, Staff Reporter • February 28, 2024

The PTSA is hosting the school’s annual powderpuff football game between junior and senior girls on March 27 at Bacchus Field 15.  “I just wanted...

On The Weekly podcast, seniors Maya Silberman and Eva Soto chat about hot topics, new trends and random thoughts every week.

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The Weekly: spring fashion
Maya Silberman and Eva Soto March 1, 2024

This week, seniors Maya Silberman and Eva Soto talk about their weekly updates and their take on what spring fashion will look like.

In this weekly podcast, senior Sindhuja Pannuri discusses humanitys greatest achievements.
Humanities Greatest Hits: faith
Sindhuja Pannuri, Staff Reporter • February 29, 2024

In this week's episode, senior Sindhu Pannuri discusses having faith, and the different ways that it can manifest in our lives.

Frisco ISD is hosting a job fair at Lebanon Trail on Saturday, providing a chance for aspiring FISD teachers to learn more about the district. For first-year teacher Grayson Moore (pictured), a job fair was how he started his FISD career.
Aspiring educators have a chance to learn about FISD on Saturday
Nidhi Thomas, Staff Reporter • February 29, 2024

Aspiring educators from around the area will be able to learn more about Frisco ISD at the district’s job fair Saturday from 9-11:30 a.m. at Lebanon Trail High School,  First-year...

Frisco ISDs Phase 1 application to the Teacher Incentive Allotment has been approved. The program provides stipends for designated teachers.
FISD's application for Teacher Incentive Allotment approved
Maya Silberman, Editor-in-Chief • February 28, 2024

Since 2019, Frisco ISD has worked on gaining additional funding for teachers in hopes of increasing salaries and keeping effective educators on campuses through the Teacher...

Parking permits are on sale for students for the 2023-24 school year. Permits for the second semester cost $35.
Parking permits still available throughout second semester
Izzy Patrick, WTV Staff Reporter • February 27, 2024

The student parking lot is gradually getting a bit fuller as more and more students turn 16 at get their driver’s licenses. But parking on campus comes at a cost. Students...

Finding their friends and family in the stands at the Curtis Culwell Center in Garland, the girls basketball team celebrates its 53-26 win over Princeton in the 5A Region II final that sent the Redhawks to the state tournament in San Antonio Thursday.
On the verge of history
Addyson Schick, Sports Editor • February 29, 2024

Will they do it again is the question everyone is asking. Having gone to the UIL 5A state tournament...

Wingspan’s Featured Athlete for 2/29 is tennis player, junior Anya Krishna.
Featured Athlete: Anya Krishna
Natalie Marshall, Guest Contributer • February 29, 2024

Wingspan: When and why did you start playing tennis? Krishna: “I started 12 years ago when I was...

Starting District 10-5A play on Tuesday, the softball team dropped its opening game 4-2 to Emerson. Next up for the team, the Big Cat Tournament in Commerce.
District play starts with a 4-2 loss for softball
Addi Lefkof, Sports Reporter • February 28, 2024

The Redhawks softball team took a 4-2 loss Tuesday night against the Emerson Mavericks in the opening...

With both teams not having won in recent games, the Redhawks hope to change that Tuesday against the Warriors. The first time these two groups met up the boys and girls both lost.
Soccer hopes for their turning point in the season against the Warriors
Addyson Schick, Sports Editor • February 27, 2024

Soccer hopes to get out of their winning drought Tuesday as the teams take on the Memorial Warriors....

In this weekly review, Every Book has a Silver Lining, staff reporter Christina Huang takes a look at books to find their silver lining.
Every Book Has a Silver Lining: The Unofficial Harry Potter Cookbook
Christina Huang, Staff Reporter • February 29, 2024

Despite having the word ‘book’ in the genre, cookbooks don’t exactly define reading for pleasure....

Guest contributor Jian Park sits down with freshman Lekhya Thiriveedhi to discuss her art journey.
Artistic Expressions: Lekhya Thiriveedhi
Jian Park, Guest Contributor • February 28, 2024

Name: Lekhya Thiriveedhi Grade: freshman Years of experience: 7 years Wingspan: How long have...

Tuhina Das “The World She Saw” - “The World She Saw” is one of the pieces moving onto the state VASE competition in San Marcos. It was created digitally by Tuhina Das, as a rework of one of her previous drafts.

(In order to make all images the same size some were stretched and blurred with the originally sized image centered).
Campus artists advance to state
Olivia Pulley, Staff Reporter • February 27, 2024

This year’s VASE (Visual Arts Scholastic Event) competition was held at Memorial High School Saturday...

Managing editor Faith Brocke expresses their emotions and experiences in their column, Facets of Faith.
Facets of Faith: fake Texan
Faith Brocke, Managing Editor • February 29, 2024

Despite being born and raised Texan, I absolutely cannot fathom living on a farm, like every stereotype depicts. I’ve lived in...

In this weekly blog, senior Haley Ward shares a little bit of everything: deep dives on her favorite topics, her fashion favorites, and how to make the most out of your high school years.
Love, Haley: my morning beauty routine
Haley Ward, Editor-In-Chief • February 28, 2024

I love getting ready in the morning, even if it is just for school! I’ve learned a lot about hair and makeup over the years and I...

From Europe to Asia, South America to Africa, and all the way to Australia, Wingspan staff reporter Sindhuja Pannuri provides her insight on international events in this weekly blog.
International Insight: 2 years into Russo-Ukrainian War
Sindhuja Pannuri, Staff Reporter • February 27, 2024

As the world marks the somber occasion of the two year anniversary of the Russo-Ukrainian War, it's imperative to reflect on the ongoing...

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