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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


The holiday season can be stressful, but Student Council is hosting a teachers night out where teachers can drop off their children for the night to give them a break. Student Council members will provide free childcare for the children.

Student council gives teachers a night out

Andrew Jáuregui, Interactive Media Editor December 3, 2021

The student council is hosting Teacher’s Night Out on campus after school from 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., and providing free babysitting, giving teachers several hours for themselves. “We do it every year around the holidays,” Student Council teacher...

With the rise of technology, more students are being exposed to creativity and technology. In the Digital Media Course, these work hand in hand as students learn how to use multiple softwares and partake in many projects.

Digital Media encourages creativity through technology

Siddhartha Rangaraju, WTV Staff Reporter December 2, 2021

Students in Digital Media are creating projects from simple posters to multiplying themselves. Even though Photoshop takes up most of the syllabus the students are going to dive into other programs. “What we focus on in Digital Media is creating...

Alongside the holiday season, it also starts off the districts tradition of 12 days of Twitter

12 days of Twitter back in time for the holiday season

Cooper Ragle, WTV Executive Producer December 1, 2021

With the holidays kicking off and winter break getting nearer, the “12 days of Twitter” challenge has started back up for the year. “I adopted 12 Days of Twitter from other districts who are putting it out there, to engage other teachers, using...

APUSH students have been learning unit 4 and 5 curriculum through the politics and power project. Taking up almost a full quarter, students are asked to create speeches that resemble Ted Talks on a specific topic and learn from their peers presentations as well.

APUSH students learn through giving and hearing speeches

Grant Milleson, Staff Reporter November 30, 2021

AP U.S. History teachers and students are switching roles for the day after Thanksgiving break in their new project about the effects of the U.S. government on the world. “Students are choosing between two different thinking skills, cause and effect,...

Found family: one Redhawk’s international adoption journey

Kirthi Gummadi, WTV Executive Producer November 29, 2021

Leaving the hospital after birth is the start of a new chapter for most families, but that’s not the case for all students. About 2% of the children in the United States are adopted, and only 26% of those children are adopted from other countries. At...

Seniors have the opportunity to participate in the 12th annual dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Oration Competition and Gala. Through writing an essay and possibly advancing to the oration portions, students can win up to thousands of dollars in scholarship money,

Seniors eligible to compete for MLK scholarships

Kylie Pilgrim, WTV Staff Reporter November 29, 2021

Reflecting on today’s world and the life of Martin Luther King Jr. could earn seniors some scholarship cash.  The 12th annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Oration Competition and Gala is now open to all Frisco high school seniors. Students must...

FISD has a new team of school support specialists. Their goal is to educate families on mental-health related concerns.

School support specialists aim to educate on mental health concerns

Caroline Caruso, Assistant Editor-in-Chief November 19, 2021

With climbing rates of anxiety and other mental health concerns in the nation, high school students make up the majority of this statistic.  Inside Frisco ISD, a recent proposition to tackle the issue has become reality this fall, as the district...

LHS parking and naptime accounts gain campus attention

Karina Grokhovskaya, WTV Producer November 19, 2021

School meme accounts aren’t new, but a new wave of accounts has spawned interest. From students sleeping in class... To bad parking... New instagram accounts are getting people talking as LHS Naptime and Redhawk Parking are “exposing” students...

AQR tests their knowledge on their latest unit through playing carnival games.

AQR tests knowledge through carnival games

Shreya Jagan, Assistant Editor-in-Chief November 18, 2021

Students in Advanced Quantitative Reasoning created a carnival in the cafeteria this week to test their knowledge of probability.  “So the unit discusses scale factors and probability,” AQR teacher Scott McGarrh said.”The games are repeated...

HOSA is hosting its annual Blood Drive sponsored by Carter BloodCare this Wednesday near the auditorium doors from 8:30-3:30 PM.

HOSA hosts annual blood drive

Erika Pernis, Managing Editor November 17, 2021

Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA) in partnership with Carter Blood Care held one of their two annual blood drives Wednesday by the auditorium from 8:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. “Blood is crucial to help patients survive surgeries, cancer treatment,...

Students now have the opportunity to drop AP and Advanced courses before the semester ends. Forms are going to be available starting Friday and must be turned in by 4:30 on December 2nd.

AP and Advanced drop window opens

Trevor Noon, WTV Staff Reporter November 16, 2021

For students in AP and Advanced classes, drop forms for the second semester are going to be released later this week. The second 9 week grading period ends just before winter break and counselors are making drop forms for AP and advanced classes available. These...

Academic Decathlon students gather around a table at a past competition in 2019. Eight Redhawks took part in the Irving Invitational over the weekend and a few students won individual awards.

Academic decathlon earns individual awards

Cooper Ragle, WTV Executive Producer November 16, 2021

Taking part in the Irving Invitational on Saturday, 8 Redhawks on the school’s academic decathlon team took part in three different categories with the team earning the following individual awards. Shrenick Gannamani Music – 1st place Economics...

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