WINGSPAN

  • Red Rhythm Spring Show Saturday in auditorium at 7 p.m.

  • Frisco ISD Visual Arts Show at FISD admin building ends Friday at 5 p.m.

  • AP testing begins May 7

  • Limited number of yearbooks are available for $75 at www.smart-pay.com

  • The next Redhawk Rant is Thursday

Revived club hopes to help children

Revived club hopes to help children

Melody Tavallaee, Guest Contributor

September 26, 2016


Filed under Campus Life

The school will once again have a UNICEF club if sophomores Ria Bhasin and Dea Divi have their way as the two are trying to restart the club after a year’s absence. “The mission of this club is to fundraise for UNICEF and to spread their message so that we can also be part of something much bigge...

Best Buddies mixing it up

Best Buddies mixing it up

Sydney Gish, Guest Contributor

September 23, 2016


Filed under Campus Life

The Best Buddies Club is hosting the annual mixer for students to get to know one another through team activities on Friday from 4:20 to 5:50 p.m. “The mixer is here to introduce people to each other. It’s kind of a getting to know you event at the beginning of the year so old friends can reestablish...

Humanities brings The Tempest to life

Humanities brings The Tempest to life

Hallie Winterbauer, Guest Contributor

September 22, 2016


Filed under Campus Life, Showcase

A classroom in focused chaos is the best way to describe the scene when the GT Humanities classes begin their exploration through the world of Shakespeare's “The Tempest” all this week with the project culminating in a performance Friday. “They are performing the lines in the way that Shakespeare int...

One stop school shopping

One stop school shopping

Fernando Garcia, Guest Contributor

September 21, 2016


Filed under Campus Life

Students are becoming increasingly concerned with the daunting task of college applications. Everywhere you look seniors are Filling out FAFSA applications,looking at colleges, and visiting campuses. To alleviate students stress, the district will hold its annual College Fair this year at Heritage high...

Why It Matters: education policy

Why It Matters: education policy

Parker Butler, WTV Staff Reporter

September 16, 2016


Filed under Campus Life, Showcase, Why it matters

In the first of this special series leading up to Election Day on Nov. 8, WTV's Parker Butler takes a look at this year's election and why it should matter to students. The focus of this first installment: the education policy of presidential candidates Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton.

Seniors bring Melon Wear to fruition

Seniors bring Melon Wear to fruition

Kennedy Williams, WTV Staff Reporter

September 14, 2016


Filed under Campus Life

Seniors Summer Tribble, Pranav Subramanian and Atharva Sinha launched Melon Wear, a contemporary online clothing store and a business that came into fruition months ago. “We started Melon Wear originally as a joke," Tribble said. "One of our friends just joked about it and said ‘what if you guy...

From middle school to high school

From middle school to high school

Josie Woodward, WTV Staff Reporter

September 13, 2016


Filed under Campus Life

For freshmen, it can be difficult going from the top of a school to being the new faces. After three years in middle school and finally getting comfortable with that, some ninth graders are finding out it can take some time getting used to everything high school entails. "It’s been hard to adj...

Moving up

Moving up

Melody Tavallaee, Guest Contributor

September 12, 2016


Filed under Campus Life, Uncategorized

Transitioning from teaching middle school to high school can be a difficult task, however one teacher’s strong passion for English and literature motivated him to take on the challenge and pursue a teaching career here on campus. Wingspan’s Melody Tavallaee sat down with English teacher and soccer...

Dress Code Do’s and Don’ts

Dress Code Do’s and Don’ts

Sophie Walding, WTV Staff Reporter

September 9, 2016


Filed under Campus Life

WTV's Sophie Walding reminds students of dress code rules and guidelines.

HAC down until Saturday

HAC down until Saturday

Aliza Porter, Staff Reporter

September 8, 2016


Filed under Campus Life

The Student Learning Hub and HAC (Home Access Center) has been unresponsive for the past few weeks. Some students are anxious for the useful sights to start up. Students are in their third week of school but there have been some technology issues with both the Student Learning Hub and Home Access...

Words come to life in GT Humanities

Words come to life in GT Humanities

Neha Perumalla, WTV Staff Reporter

September 7, 2016


Filed under Campus Life

GT Humanities students will see words come to life Wednesday in the auditorium as part of a special workshop arranged by teachers Sarah Wiseman and Sarah Baker. “Shakespeare Dallas is coming and we are about to start studying Shakespeare in class,” Wiseman said. “Shakespeare Dallas will perform three exc...

College application seminar Wednesday

College application seminar Wednesday

Brooke Colombo, News Editor

September 6, 2016


Filed under Campus Life

For seniors the start of the school year means the beginning of the college application process. In order to provide students with more information, the school will be hosting a seminar in the auditorium Wednesday from 8 a.m. to 9 a.m. Counselors will also be visiting seniors’ English classes to...

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