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Tournament weekend for Redhawks wrestling as the boys compete in the Varsity War Games, and the girls compete in the Texas Womens Classic. “The Texas Women’s Classic is the biggest girls tournament in the state,” head coach Justin Koons said.
An action-packed weekend for wrestling
Zachary Moland, Sports Reporter

Following on the heels of Wednesday’s tri meet, the...

Practicing since the beginning of the school year, soccer season has finally arrived. Boys and girls soccer will begin their season Friday in scrimmages against Panther Creek and Reedy.
Soccer kicks off their season
Addyson Schick, Sports Editor

Both boys’ and girls’ soccer kick off their season...

December 7 Daily Update
December 7 Daily Update
Lauren Pratt, WTV Producer • December 7, 2023

Wingspan's Olivia Pulley brings you today's news and announcements, including dual credit, the FISD cheer showcase, and this week's stem spotlight.

AP art student transform store-bought items into art

Though it’s on to the second quarter of the school year, AP 2D Art students are still working on a piece from the first quarter. 

Known as marketplace art, students are creating realistic art pieces out of common items that are sold in stores. 

“It’s usually produced, that’s the thing [my teacher] wants us to draw,” junior Aparajitha Srinivasan said. “This includes a stack of tomatoes, a stack of apples, bananas, stuff like that but it can really be anything like if you go to the cereal section and take a picture of the boxes and the idea is to basically replicate it as realistically as possible,” 

Students are encouraged to work with multiple media to enhance their art pieces. 

“I used soft pastels because I haven’t used it in a while and I just wanted to try it out and see if I liked it again,” junior Laasya Puranam said.

For art teacher Emily Delarios, students should be focusing on the element of realism.

“Working from a photo, we’re kind of going for realism, working with color,” Delarios said. “These are hopefully going to be selective works for their AP portfolios.”

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