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Together, seniors dance to the Cupid Shuffle at prom. The dance lasted from 8 to 11 p.m.

A night to remember: Prom 2024

Sindhuja Pannuri, Staff Reporter April 16, 2024

Trading downtown Dallas for Frisco, the class of 2024 held its prom on Saturday at Verona Villa with many seniors spending the day getting ready for the night.  “We started getting ready around noon,” senior Haley Liddell said. “Although...

AP Environmental Students walk along the John Bunker Sands Wetlands. On their annual field trip, APES students are aiming to extend their learning on water quality with hands on experience.

AP Environmental Science students brave the wild

Nidhi Thomas, Staff Reporter April 12, 2024

In the dry, flat-land that makes up most of Texas, it can be rare to come across any natural aquatic ecosystems. To get a taste of the real-deal, AP Environmental Science students are visiting the John Bunker Sands Wetland Center, a man-made wetlands...

Co-founders for Rallying for Refugees were awarded the Build a Bright Future vision grant by Frigo Cheese Heads for $5,000.

Student-run initiative secures a $5,000 grant

Sarayu Bongale, Managing Editor April 12, 2024

To advance their mission to support and empower refugees in their local community, co-founders of Rallying for Refugees, juniors Anvi Saxena, Aashi Oswal, and Ellen Li, received the Build a Bright Future vision grant by Frigo Cheese Heads.  “I chose...

On Saturday, several Redhawks represented campus at the 5A District 10 UIL Academic Meet. Several students on campus qualified to compete at the Regional tournament at UT Arlington.

Redhawks find success at District Academic Meet

Maya Silberman, Editor-in-Chief April 11, 2024

Several students on campus competed in the 5A District 10 UIL Academic Meet on Saturday placing third overall. The accounting team placed first in their competition, advancing them to regionals at UT Arlington. “We’ve been preparing for about...

The library is hosting the Renaissance Faire Wednesday and Thursday as Humanities students showcase their work on various civilizations. 

We want students to have interest,” Humanities teacher Beth Evans said. “We want to really talk about how things were happening all over the world during the Early Modern Era, and so we just want students to find something they’re interested in.”

Exploring civilizations at Renaissance Faire

Olivia Pulley, Staff Reporter April 10, 2024

Humanities classes are hosting their Renaissances Faire on Wednesday and Thursday in the library, an end-of-year project where freshmen and sophomores present a “booth” about the economics of their chosen civilization.  “It’s actually...

Student Council President Candidates

Student Council President Candidates

Karina Grokhovskaya, Executive Producer April 10, 2024

Student Council president and vice president elections are underway. This year’s candidates are running in pairs, with juniors Joaquin Perez and Kathryn Murphy running against juniors Avery Peters and Ally Geradot.

STUCO presidential voting now open

Rin Ryu, Editor-in-Chief April 9, 2024

The race for Student Council president and vice president has begun with the form to vote  available until April 18 with results announced April 19. This year’s candidates are running in pairs, with juniors Joaquin Perez and Kathryn Murphy running...

Juniors and seniors will have late arrival on Tuesday, due to freshmen and sophomores taking the English I and English II EOC. Students that are not taking either exam will be expected to be on campus by 12:15 p.m. and report to their second period class to take attendance.

Late arrival for juniors and seniors Tuesday

Christine Han, Staff Reporter April 8, 2024

Freshman and sophomores will take the English I and English II EOC on Tuesday, while juniors and seniors will get a few extra hours at home before coming to school.  Students that are not taking either exam will be expected to be on campus by 12:15...

For Family Science Night, students create booths that present science related topic in a fun but easy to understand way.

Community invited to Friday’s Family Science Night

Sarayu Bongale, Managing Editor April 5, 2024

Biology students are putting the “F” for fun in Family Science Night on Friday from 5:30-7 p.m. , through creating engaging science related booths to present to elementary and middle school students. “Family Science Night is a chance for...

English 2 students are exploring literature circles for the next five weeks. The students learn about a variety of novels while collaborating with their group.

English 2 dives into literature circles

Lea Garcia-Salazar, Staff Reporter April 4, 2024

Over the course of five weeks, English 2 students will delve into literature circles, exploring their books and collaborating with fellow classmates. “The literature circles involve groups of 4 or 5 students who choose their book by filling out a...

Students in AP Chemistry are doing a classic lab: titration. This process consists of using acids and bases to find a balance of ions which students have to find using an indicator which gives the solution its color.

AP Chemistry students take on acids and bases

Nidhi Thomas, Staff Reporter April 3, 2024

As the end of the year rolls around the corner, AP Chemistry is in the midst of their penultimate unit: acids and bases. Along with the curriculum for this unit comes titration, a concept students  are learning about through a lab that wrapped up on...

Currently in their CPR unit, Health students are learning how to save lives. “If you’re ever in that situation, and hopefully you’re not, it’s important that you know how to do CPR,” health teacher Seth Morrow said.

Health students learn how to save a life

Olivia Pulley, Staff Reporter April 2, 2024

Students in Health are learning life-saving skills in their CPR unit through Friday. Although students will not be certified, they will be well-versed in how to save a life. “If you’re ever in that situation, and hopefully you’re not, it’s...

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