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  • Historically Black Colleges and Universities College Fair Wednesday at Heritage High School

  • 5th 6 week grading period ends April 20

  • UIL academic team finishes 7th in 5A Region II meet

Clinics begin Monday for cheer tryouts

Clinics begin Monday for cheer tryouts

March 2, 2018


Filed under Campus Life

Tryouts are on March 8th, but starting Monday, there are three days of cheer clinics after school. Cheer candidates had to attend a mandatory meeting on February 26th, but beyond that, cheer coach Kandy Stevens is looking for certain things in those that tryout. “As we are entering into the tryout...

Minute To Win It on campus

Minute To Win It on campus

Keegan Williams, Editor-in-chief

March 1, 2018


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Student Council is pairing with special education students on Friday to bring Minute To Win It to the school. “We planned kind of a field day for special ed students,” student council member Rachel Hancock said. “We are just going to hang out with them have a good time and has snacks and it’ll be fun.” ...

Flu wreaks havoc as students scramble to catch up

Flu wreaks havoc as students scramble to catch up

Melody Tavallaee, Staff Reporter

February 28, 2018


Filed under Campus Life

There’s probably never a good time to get the flu, but for students, with grades for the 4th six weeks due Tuesday, it can be especially challenging. “It was just physically and mentally draining,” junior Ria Bhasin said. “I was set back by two days so that meant I had to catch up on the w...

Free cash for clubs that ask

Free cash for clubs that ask

Keegan Williams, Editor-in-Chief

February 27, 2018


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For the second year in a row, Student Council is looking to help clubs that may need extra funds through the Grants for Great Ideas program. With the money made from homecoming, Student Council wants to make sure it’s all going back to the students. “Grants for Great Ideas is a project to provide money for club...

High school classes but community college feel

High school classes but community college feel

Olivia Howard, Staff Reporter

February 26, 2018


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The Career and Technical Education is a center specific to Frisco ISD high schools, where students receive the opportunity to take courses that are more directed towards the career path that they may be interested in. Although this center is considered to be apart of Frisco ISD and treated as th...

8 DECA students aim for internationals

8 DECA students aim for internationals

Brooke Colombo, Editor-in-chief

February 23, 2018


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After competing in the State Career Development Convention in Dallas for three days, eight DECA students will advance to the international level, with two students as alternate finalists. While less students competed due to a change in this year’s rules, a larger percentage of those students are adva...

AP exam registration now open

AP exam registration now open

Lucas Barr, Staff Reporter

February 23, 2018


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Students enrolled in AP courses are now able to register for exams until March 21 at 4:30 p.m. Each exam includes a fee of $94 with students failing to register by the deadline facing an additional $20 for each test. Fees can be paid for at My Payments Plus, but those wishing to forgo the 3.99 perce...

Competing at state, AcDec team hopes for top 10 finish

Competing at state, AcDec team hopes for top 10 finish

Anya Thakur, Staff Reporter

February 22, 2018


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Finishing third in the Super Quiz and eighth overall in the region competition, the Academic Decathlon team is getting ready for the Texas Academic Decathlon State Competition Friday through Sunday at Collin College. “It’s very exciting to watch as they advance to State,” AcDec coac...

License to never drive

License to never drive

Neha Perumalla, WTV Executive Producer

February 21, 2018


Filed under Campus Life, In Case You Missed It, Showcase

It’s been more than two years since he turned 16. But rather than worrying about taking drivers ed classes, doing drive times with his parents, or making an appointment at DMV,  Luke continues to have his parents drive him everywhere. But it’s not out of choice. It’s out of necessity, as Luke was born with Mic...

Through the eyes of Luke Newcombe

Through the eyes of Luke Newcombe

Neha Perumalla, WTV Executive Producer

February 21, 2018


Filed under Campus Life

One of the most interesting details that came from sitting down with Luke’s dad was what it’s like through the eyes of Luke Newcombe, so I donned a pair of goggles and obscured my vision to try to get a feel for what it’s like. “If you spend a day in the like of Luke Newcombe, you’ll never ...

Cultural attraction

Cultural attraction

Kasey Harvey, Sports Editor

February 20, 2018


Filed under Campus Life, Showcase

Entering the third round of the playoffs Tuesday against The Colony, Reedy has helped the Redhawks maintain their status as one of the top 5A teams in the area. In his four years as a head coach, Ross wins nearly 80 percent of the time (119-30). Calling out orders on the court may be what he’s ...

DECA students head to Dallas for state conference

DECA students head to Dallas for state conference

Keegan Williams, Editor-in-chief

February 20, 2018


Filed under Campus Life

Fourteen DECA students are heading to the Sheraton Hotel in Dallas for the DECA  state conference Tuesday - Thursday. “I'm excited to compete because it's a new place this year and it should be fun,” junior Saahithi Joopelli said. “I hope to make it to internationals this year. I prepared by going over the ...

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