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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

Senior fights automatic assumptions about her native land

Senior fights automatic assumptions about her native land

Katharina Santos, Staff Reporter

January 17, 2018


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Building a wall along the border with Mexico was a topic President Donald Trump campaigned on in the final months of the 2016 presidential election campaign as he sought to bring a reduction in the number of illegal immigrants in the United States. Although Mexicans still make up a little more tha...

DECA starts new semester with district meet

DECA starts new semester with district meet

Wade Glover, WTV Daily Update Producer

January 16, 2018


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DECA students are off campus Tuesday for the district meet at the Irving Convention Center competing against schools from across north Texas.  "[The other teams] do make the competition harder,” Senior Sonika Rao said. “But they help you find out what you need to work on the most.” Students...

Semester shift could lessen stress

Semester shift could lessen stress

Brelyn Bashrum, Guest Contributor

January 12, 2018


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Featuring a week long break for Thanksgiving and two weeks off for winter break, the third six week grading period will have taken nine weeks to complete when the semester ends Friday. However, that will all change next year as Frisco ISD approved the 2018-19 calendar which has the first semester ending bef...

Moving to Memorial, campus secretary leaves Liberty

Moving to Memorial, campus secretary leaves Liberty

Brooke Colombo, Editor-in-chief

January 12, 2018


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After working for Liberty High School school since it first opened out of Fowler Middle School in 2006, Friday is the last day for campus secretary Barbara Marr as she leaves to take on the task of helping to open Memorial High School. “I’m gonna miss the family that I have here, because this is just such ...

Freshman on the verge of first class ranks

Freshman on the verge of first class ranks

Kirthi Injeti, Staff Reporter

January 11, 2018


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The end of the first semester is Friday near and tension is increasing for freshman waiting to receive their first GPA class rank. “Stress levels are really high this six weeks because we’re getting our first ranks soon,” freshman Janice Ko said. “Everyone wants to start off of their high ...

Looking up to where math meets art

Looking up to where math meets art

Isabella Santiago, WTV Staff Reporter

January 10, 2018


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Precalculus students are working on their end of semester projects where students can apply their lessons in class in a much more creative way, by using the knowledge of shapes and parabolas to create art on ceiling tiles. “Embedded in the art we have equations for shapes such as ellipses, circles,...

End of semester brings questions about schedule changes

End of semester brings questions about schedule changes

Raina Kinneer, WTV Staff Reporter

January 9, 2018


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As the first semester reaches its end, students are scrambling to switch out of unwanted classes, but students can only switch out of a class if it’s a pre-AP or Ap class or athletics and change request forms must be submitted to the counselor's office by 4:30 p.m. Thursday. “We definitely ge...

Registration opens for military assessment

Registration opens for military assessment

Brooke Colombo, Editor-in-Chief

January 8, 2018


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The application for the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery test is available Jan. 8 through 12 for those interested in entering the Armed Forces after high school. The ASVAB is available for sophomores, juniors, and seniors, and serves to assess if an individual will have future academic and occ...

2018-19 school calendar brings changes

2018-19 school calendar brings changes

Isabella Santiago, WTV Staff Reporter

January 4, 2018


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The days of the third six week grading period taking nine weeks to complete are over. WTV’s Isabella Santiago has the story.

Shattered dreams brings reality of drinking and driving to campus

Shattered dreams brings reality of drinking and driving to campus

Ariela Rodrigues, WTV Staff Reporter

January 3, 2018


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Prior to prom and graduation, shattered dreams visits campuses every four years to fake a car crash in front of the entire student body to help provide a visual of what can happen when a person drives drunk. First responders from frisco’s police and fire departments will be involved as well as stu...

Christmas transcends religion for many on campus

Christmas transcends religion for many on campus

Katharina Santos, Staff Reporter

December 15, 2017


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December is finally here, and along with it comes the vibrant lights, gingerbread houses, and the infamously famous, ugly-sweater parties. More than 90 percent of Americans say they celebrate Christmas regardless of their faith, and that’s no different here on campus. “I am Hindu and celebrate Diwali, ...

Winter holidays already here for Jewish students

Winter holidays already here for Jewish students

Yael Even, Guest Contributor

December 15, 2017


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Winter break begins Monday, and while Christmas tends to dominate the headlines, Jewish students on campus are already celebrating Hanukkah (Dec. 12 -20). “Hanukkah to me is a holiday where you can come together with family friends or even the community,” senior Daniel Even said. “I think that...

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