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  • The Freshmen Flight School Club Fair is scheduled for Aug. 8
  • The 2019-2020 school year begins on Aug. 15
  • Frisco ISD decides to suspend athletics operational fee for high school and middle school students for 2019-2020

Generic over gourmet

Generic over gourmet

Ben Anderson, WTV Daily Update Producer

May 15, 2019

Very few students get the chance to eat food from a well renowned chef, let alone eat it everyday. However, one student prefers the basics over gourmet meals. Many teenagers prefer basic food such as TV dinners and Hot Pockets over the meals their families cook for them. However, unlike most ...

Choosing their own physics project

Choosing their own physics project

Yael Even, Staff Reporter

May 15, 2019

To end the year with a bang, physics students are completing their year with a nuclear physics project that gives students four different options to showcase their learning. Excited to work with her peers, junior Emma Gallagher already knows what she is doing. “I'm looking forward to working...

Bubble Boys burst onto the podcast scene

Bubble Boys burst onto the podcast scene

Kasey Harvey, Editor-in-chief

May 14, 2019

Publishing Frisco Bubble Boys for the first time just weeks ago, freshmen Joseph Hancock, Ford Shippy, and Owen Wise are newcomers to the world of podcasting. “We talk about random stuff all the time,” Hancock said. “We talk about stuff like kid’s perspective like what it’s like to be a stu...

End of the year doesn’t bring an end to misbehavior consequences

End of the year doesn’t bring an end to misbehavior consequences

Melody Tavallaee, Managing Editor

May 13, 2019

After seeing a spike in behavioral punishments, assistant principal Jason Harris took to the intercom during second period on Monday to make a schoolwide announcement regarding the topic. “We've had an increase in the students misbehaving from just consistent misbehavior to just doing some things...

Workshop opens robotics world to special needs students

Workshop opens robotics world to special needs students

Ashvita Girish, Guest Contributor

May 10, 2019

Special education kids on campus and in the community are getting the chance to build robots at Saturday’s First Tech Challenge “Robo Para-Olympics” from 10 a.m. - 12 p.m. at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on Coit. “The whole workshop started off with a mom who sent me an e...

Environmental problems the focus of APES project

Environmental problems the focus of APES project

Lucas Barr, Editor-in-Chief

May 9, 2019

Taking their AP exam Monday afternoon, AP Environmental Science students are now taking on a project to put their knowledge of the environment to bring change in the real world. “There's a lot of freedom given with this project,” AP Environmental Science teacher Jamie Berendt said. “The onl...

Friday the final day to return books to the library

Friday the final day to return books to the library

Alyssa Murphy, WTV Staff Reporter

May 9, 2019

As the school year draws near so does the time to turn in books. Tomorrow is the final day to return books in the library to give library staff enough time to get the everything ready for the next school year. “We have them due a couple weeks before the end of school that way we can make sure that...

Students choose their learning in AP Lang project

Students choose their learning in AP Lang project

Yael Even, Staff Reporter

May 8, 2019

AP Lang projects are getting quite the read as they have the option to choose a book from the Frisco ISD reading list and show their understanding through a number of choices. “It’s a really open ended project, they have six different options,” English teacher Chad Doty said. “All of them will requi...

Students compete in Special Olympics

Students compete in Special Olympics

Melody Tavallaee, Managing Editor

May 7, 2019

The Special Olympics took place on Tuesday with students hitting the ground running into the competition to participate in various events at Memorial Stadium. “The students competed in track and field, javelin, and a relay,” SPED teacher Cheryl Madani said. “Their peers get to be involved all the...

AP Lit students create their own rubrics in final project

AP Lit students create their own rubrics in final project

Ian LaPerre, Guest Contributor

May 7, 2019

AP Lit students are wrapping up the year with a book of their own choosing as students were given a list of approved literature to choose from, including books intended for ninth grade english curriculum all the way to AP Lit curriculum. This list includes classic novels and other literary works including Hamlet, The Catcher in the Rye, and Frankenstein. “We...

Ramadan begins for the Muslim community

Ramadan begins for the Muslim community

Aliza Porter and Madeline Aronson

May 6, 2019

Ramadan, which begins Monday, is a holy month when Muslims commemorate the revelation of the Quran to the Prophet Muhammed. It is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar, and during this month, Muslims are required to fast from dawn until dusk. “Ramadan is the one month in the entire year that I feel truly connected ...

Beat of her heart gets an electric boost

Beat of her heart gets an electric boost

Madeline Aronson, Staff Reporter

May 3, 2019

Every year, around 3 million people worldwide are implanted with a pacemaker, with a small percentage of these patients children. The tiny device is used to aide in pumping the heart, and can be used to treat rare afflictions in kids with a variety of cardiac issues. For junior Celia Abdallah, it’s been a life saver, and on Friday s...

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