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Taking business professionalism to the next level

Taking business professionalism to the next level

Ananda Ghoshal, Staff Reporter

January 17, 2020

Members of the Business Professionals of America club is heading to Reedy High School early Saturday morning to compete in their regional competition. With more than 90 categories to choose from, club members will be participating in a maximum of three events; one individual event, one team event, and one vir...

From Thailand to Berlin, Volkmar set to lead student trips

From Thailand to Berlin, Volkmar set to lead student trips

Abby Wang, Staff Reporter

January 16, 2020

Traveling the world with friends is not an everyday opportunity, but in the summer of 2021 Pre-AP English 2 teacher David Volkmar is hoping to lead two student trips; one going to Thailand and the other across five countries in Europe. The first trip is a 10 day service learning trip, where students...

Round two of yearbook pictures for all clubs on campus

Round two of yearbook pictures for all clubs on campus

Shreya Jagan, Staff Reporter

January 15, 2020

School picture day was in the fall, but Wednesday was a day for all clubs and organizations on campus to take group pictures for the 2019-2020 Legacy yearbook.  “I like the idea of having club pictures,” sophomore Sonja Huntwork said. “Having a photo in the yearbook of all the people that are int...

Underclassmen revise four-year plans

Underclassmen revise four-year plans

Athena Tseng and Aarya Oswal

January 14, 2020

As underclassmen finalize course selections for the next school year, students will watch a video from the counselors in their social studies classes on Wednesday and Thursday that will provide information about updating four-year plans on HAC. “The information will be about course selection for the next school year,” S-Z counselor Staci Stokes said. “It will inclu...

Student Council applications now available

Student Council applications now available

Yael Even, Managing Editor

January 13, 2020

From decorating posters, planning homecoming, to helping promote school spirit, Student Council is recruiting new members for the 2020-2021 school year as applications went live Monday at bit.ly/STUCOAPP_2020 and will close January 27 with no applications being accepted late. “Students should want to be...

Smaller hands, same goal for High Five Friday

Smaller hands, same goal for High Five Friday

Yael Even, Managing Editor

January 10, 2020

The hands were lower and likely smaller, but the tradition was the same as Pulse hosted its High Five Friday at Anderson Elementary. “We did High Five Friday at Anderson to promote more positivity and school spirit within the school and within the district in general,” Pulse President senior Amelia Jauregui said. “Anderson is a feeder elemen...

One novel, one exam, one page

One novel, one exam, one page

Yael Even, Managing Editor

January 9, 2020

Over the course of the year, AP Literature students read a number of plays and novels to help prepare them for the AP test in May. After reading Macbeth by William Shakespeare, students were given a blank piece of paper to demonstrate their understanding in a more creative way. “On the AP exams...

FFA students show their livestock at junior competition

FFA students show their livestock at junior competition

Maddie Aronson, Managing Editor

January 8, 2020

Competing in the Collin County Jr. Livestock Show, Future Farmers of America students will be heading to Myers Park and Event Center from January 6-12, to step into the world of livestock showing and judging.  “This is my first show so I am very excited because I get to see all of my friends that also s...

Frisco students explore future of healthcare

Frisco students explore future of healthcare

Ana Cuen Alcelay, Guest Contributor

January 7, 2020

12 Frisco ISD students are getting first-hand experience in a hospital setting at Baylor Scott and White Frisco as a part of the new CTE Center program Future Ready Healthcare.  “The idea of doing a future ready class was brought up by Baylor Frisco, to Frisco ISD, for the fact that Dr. [Jimmy] Laferney felt that it was needed to have a ground level course that was a broa...

French students get cultural

French students get cultural

Aarya Oswal, Guest Contributor

December 20, 2019

Students in Pre-AP French 2 are learning about holidays and celebrations via a project on different French speaking countries and one of their holidays.  “I have been very pleased with the work students have accomplished in this project. I have mixed feelings about projects in language class b...

Best Buddies welcomes the break with celebration

Best Buddies welcomes the break with celebration

Caroline Caruso, Guest Contributor

December 19, 2019

Best Buddies is holding its annual winter party Thursday after school, starting at 4:30 p.m. and going until 6:30 p.m.  Freshman Harley Classe is hoping the party will give her a chance to interact with other members of the club. “This is one of the first parties I’ll be going to for Best Buddie...

Defining a good life

Defining a good life

Abby Wang, Staff Reporter

December 19, 2019

Defining a “good life” is the focus of a semester ending project in AP Language as juniors strive to create an inspirational video geared towards their classmates.  “The skill for the project is finding out how to write an argument,” AP Lang teacher Swapna Gardner said. “For this project...

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