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  • Orchestra All-Region clinic/concert Friday & Saturday moved to Independence due to auditorium repair work

  • Blackout at boys' basketball game versus Rowlett Friday in the Nest

  • Girls' basketball starts District 13-5A play Friday at Wakeland

  • Wingspan wins 2017 NSPA Broadcast Pacemaker

Model UN seeks to mimic the real thing

Model UN seeks to mimic the real thing

Minuki Medis, WTV Staff Reporter

November 1, 2017


Filed under Campus Life

The United Nations, commonly referred to as the UN, is an intergovernmental association dedicated to dealing with world affairs. The school’s new Model UN Club, imitates what it would be like to be a diplomat for a country in the UN. “I started Model United Nations because I believe that teenagers...

Trash taints recycling

Trash taints recycling

Julia Savage, WTV Staff Reporter

October 31, 2017


Filed under Campus Life

Students throwing out improper products in the recycling bins have slowed down the recycling process. Throughout the school there are several posters lining each hall with the proper instructions for recycling. However, even with these posters, some students continue to throw trash in the recycling bins. All t...

Band hosts fourth annual trunk or treat

Band hosts fourth annual trunk or treat

Keegan Williams, Editor-in-Chief

October 30, 2017


Filed under Campus Life

Heading into it’s fourth year, the annual Trunk or Treat event will be hosted by the school’s band on Monday at 6 p.m. in the southeast parking lot. This event focuses on building a stronger community for young students planning on attending the school. “It’s really a community involvement ...

Collin Dual-Credit forms available

Collin Dual-Credit forms available

Brooke Colombo, Editor-in-Chief

October 27, 2017


Filed under Campus Life

Dual credit forms for spring semester Collin classes are now available for pick up in the counseling office or from one of the counselors in the cafeteria. Completed forms turned in to the counseling office by Monday at 2:30 p.m. will be collected at the school. After Monday, any other forms must be returned to Co...

Harris kisses pig to help raise money

Harris kisses pig to help raise money

Caitlyn Kleibert, WTV Daily Update Producer

October 27, 2017


Filed under Campus Life, Showcase

Assistant prinicipal Jason Harris got up close and personal with a pig as part of a breast cancer awareness fundraiser. WTV's Caitlyn Kleibert has the story.

Review: HAC app is solid but not what it could be

Review: HAC app is solid but not what it could be

Joshua George, Guest Contributor

October 26, 2017


Filed under Campus Life

Checking grades on a phone can be a bit easier with the eSchoolPlus (HAC App), but a cluttered look may drive some students away. Opening the app for the first time, requires students to enter their district name and state. From there, username and password are entered. Simple enough, but then the...

App lets students check HAC on the go

App lets students check HAC on the go

Sasha Cornelius, WTV Staff Reporter

October 25, 2017


Filed under Campus Life

There is an app called eSchoolPLUS Family, which was created by the district. Students and parents can download the app to quickly check student progress. Some students already have this app to look at their grades. “I think it’s easier the check the app because it’s right there with you ...

Ciao! to Texas

Ciao! to Texas

Kirthi Injeti, Guest Contributor

October 24, 2017


Filed under Campus Life

Many kids dream of living in Italy, a country filled with beautiful architecture, lavish food, and magnificent art and music. It’s a romanticized lifestyle that is portrayed as perfect and desirable in movies and books. But for one student, the fantasy of living in Italy was her reality.   Freshman Amy Kim not only grew up in Italy, but she got to live in the...

Moving across the world

Moving across the world

Aaron Boehmer, Guest Contributor

October 23, 2017


Filed under Campus Life

A first generation American. Most people know the story; mom and dad travel to the States for a fresh start at work, school, family, life. The couple works to be where they are today. To be who they want to be. It’s the story of millions of Americans. It’s the history of America. It’...

Best Buddies gets matched with partners

Best Buddies gets matched with partners

Aliza Porter, Staff Reporter

October 20, 2017


Filed under Campus Life

Partners were paired at the annual Best Buddies Matching Party held in the cafeteria Thursday after school. “I think it’s great to have another friendship in your life and that the friendship is mutual,” junior Sarah Kleyman said. “I love how I can make a difference in their lives and they ca...

Thursday party to match Best Buddies

Thursday party to match Best Buddies

Jordan Klein, WTV Staff Reporter

October 19, 2017


Filed under Campus Life, Showcase

Best Buddies is hosting its annual matching party Thursday after school in the cafeteria. At the party, members will participate in a variety of games and activities, as well as revealing matches. During the matching reveal, peer buddies will be paired up with the buddy they were assigned to based...

Creating biomes

Creating biomes

Lucas Barr, Staff Reporter

October 18, 2017


Filed under Campus Life, Showcase

Students taking AP Environmental Science are learning about ecosystems by creating miniature biomes that support fish, snails, and plants. “It’s made out of two liter bottles, and on the bottom, there’s basically a mini-fish tank, that holds the fish and the snail and some plants,” senio...

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