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Campus is beginning to look a lot like winter

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  • Among the many decorations inside the school is a decorated Christmas tree in the cafeteria.

  • Winter holiday decorations reminding students and staff that it’s ‘Tis the season can be seen throughout campus including blank bulletin boards.

  • Dec. 11-21 are holiday dress up themes on campus with the theme for Tuesday, Dec. 12 all things Grinch, including the back of culinary arts teacher Lisa Frizzell.

  • Holiday decorations can be seen throughout campus, including this “Let it Snow” flag hanging outside the room of Spanish teacher Ashli Taquino’s room.

  • Wrapped in a red blanket with snow flakes, freshman Daisy Demers looks at her phone during lunch on Tuesday.

  • Sitting on the cafeteria stage, assistant principal Jason Harris does his holiday sweater while talking to counselor Ryan Kiefer.

  • A visual representation of librarian Chelsea Hamilton’s books read list for 2023 gets a festive touch with white holiday lights illuminating the book covers.

  • No need to worry about this Frosty the Snowman melting in the afternoon sun as this inflatable in the rotunda is filled with air rather than made of snow.

  • The afternoon sun shines on the school’s holiday decorations in the rotunda with winter break fast approaching. Frisco ISD schools will be closed from Dec. 22-Jan. 9 for winter break.

  • Students in GT Humanities are hoping teacher Sarah Wiseman isn’t in a Grinch mood when she’s grading work. Wiseman wore a Grinch shirt as part of Tuesday’s Grinch theme.

From Christmas trees to theme dress-up days, winter holidays are the vibe on campus as the school approaches winter break Dec. 22 – Jan. 9.

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Christine Han
Christine Han, Social Media Manager/Photographer/Staff Reporter
Christine Han is junior and this will be her second year on the Wingspan staff. She manages social media for Wingspan and is also a photographer. She will be participating in her 3rd year with the CTE Competitive Mock Trial Team. In her free time she likes to work in various women’s rights groups, read books, watch movies, and hang out with her friends. Contact Christine:
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Sankeertana Malakapalli is a sophomore starting her first year in Wingspan. She is involved in orchestra and debate and plays the violin both in and outside of school. In her free time, she enjoys reading, writing, and doing anything artistic. She hopes to pursue a career in law. Contact Sankeertana:

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