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


Saturday marks the district meet for Model UN at Grand Prairie High School. “The basis of MUN is that you’re preparing something about your country’s stance on a certain topic - it’s a mock United Nations,” undersecretary of conference and delegate trainer sophomore Jiya Sharma said.
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December 8 Daily Update
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Campus gains a new SRO officer, Thomas Craig

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Thomas Craig joins The Nest as the new SRO officer. He previously worked at Memorial High School, but joins campus to fill the space of officer Glen Hubbard.

Schools across the nation are home to a School Resource officer, who ensures the safety of the students and staff on campus.

Coming from Memorial High School, Thomas Craig of the Frisco Police Department replaced Glen Hubbard on campus. 

“So I grew up in an environment that was kind of challenging,” officer Craig said. “I grew up in South Dallas, and the SRO that I had there really made an impact on my life by making better choices. Police officers, you can learn the law by being in a police academy, but your life experiences teach you how to enforce that law fairly and equitably. ” 

But just like anybody that is new to campus, there can be an adjustment period.

“The learning curve is really just learning the students and learning the teachers and staff and the culture of the building and how things go about,” assistant principal Tyler Wicke said. “So much of the job is learning from people and understanding how things operate in certain buildings.”

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