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Former Redhawk shares thoughts on Vegas shootings

Former Redhawk shares thoughts on Vegas shootings

Keegan Williams, Editor-in-chief

October 2, 2017


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At least 59 are dead and more than 500 injured in the deadliest mass shooting the United States has ever seen. Shortly after 12 a.m. (CST) Monday morning, 64-year-old Nevada resident, Stephen Paddock, began shooting down from his 32nd story Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino hotel room window on the Route 91 Harvest ...

Monday’s advisory period to be extended

Monday’s advisory period to be extended

Brooke Colombo, Editor-in-chief

September 29, 2017


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There will be an extended advisory for all grade levels on Monday from 11:50 a.m. - 12:35 p.m. as sophomores and juniors complete the pre-administration bubbling on their PSAT answer document which will be administered on Oct. 11. “It takes like forty minutes to do [the bubbling],” campus testing c...

Harvey drains Frisco Family Services

Harvey drains Frisco Family Services

Brooke Colombo, Editor-in-chief

September 28, 2017


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Hurricane Harvey is still having effects on communities all over Texas nearly a month after it struck the gulf coast as Frisco Family Services is struggling after donating much of its inventory to hurricane survivors. “Many of those devastated by the hurricane have relocated and are staying with family or fr...

Parking problems

Parking problems

Keegan Williams, Editor-in-chief

September 27, 2017


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Issues with the implementation of $50 student parking permits continues as the booting of cars began on Monday and will continue as some students still have yet to purchase a parking permit. Making matters more challenging, the lack of parking during the fall as approximately one-third of student park is re...

Harvey relocates Rockport student

Harvey relocates Rockport student

Yael Even, Guest Contributor

September 26, 2017


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The aftermath of Hurricane Harvey's destruction has reached Frisco as many students have enrolled in the district as a result of their damaged Houston-area schools. Among those, 14- year-old freshman Britani Chestnut who is staying with her sister while her family tries to rebuild their life in Rockport. “The...

Alterations made to advisory period

Alterations made to advisory period

Brooke Colombo, Editor-in-chief

September 25, 2017


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Starting Monday, school administrators are tweaking the advisory period to better serve the school. For the first five weeks of the school year, students were required to go to a classroom, the cafeteria, library, or gym, and remain there for the entire advisory period. Now, this regulation has been l...

Homecoming headaches

Homecoming headaches

Katharina Santos, Guest Contributor

September 22, 2017


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Fall is here, and not only is it time for pumpkin spice everything, football season and cool weather but it also means homecoming is here. With the dance on Saturday from 7-10 p.m. in the main gym, homecoming is a popular topic of conversation across campus. “We have been planning homecoming since th...

New list helps students find ways to volunteer

New list helps students find ways to volunteer

Dea-Mallika Divi, Staff Reporter

September 20, 2017


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Students in need of volunteer hours and teachers who need to get small tasks done around the classroom can now work together with Rocky’s List, a signup sheet for students to find a person on campus that needs help. “Two students came to me looking for volunteer opportunities to eventually get ...

Ellie’s mums for a cause

Ellie’s mums for a cause

Melody Tavallaee, Staff Reporter

September 19, 2017


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The Texan tradition of mums began years ago as an effort to increase school spirit for during the homecoming season. Over the years, mums have evolved from the traditional small chrysanthemums to large and extravagant floral pins with feathers, ribbons, and sometimes even bells. One student from Reed...

Parents get to Meet the Teacher Monday

Parents get to Meet the Teacher Monday

Keegan Williams, Editor-in-chief

September 18, 2017


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Meet the Teacher Night for Frisco, Liberty, Heritage, Centennial and Wakeland high schools is Monday from 6-8 p.m. The evening is a chance for parents to get to know who's teaching their kids, and also understand the way the classroom works for each teacher. “The purpose it to outline course ...

Moms ask students to give rather than get

Moms ask students to give rather than get

Marisa Uddin, WTV Special Projects Producer

September 15, 2017


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Rather than spending money on mums, two moms are encouraging students to donate to a bigger cause. WTV's Marisa Uddin has the story. Two Frisco moms are encouraging students to donate money to their Hurricane Harvey GoFundMe page rather than spending a large amount on mums. Knowing that mums a...

Only part of the job

Only part of the job

Aliza Porter, Staff Reporter

September 14, 2017


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During the school year, the average teacher works 53 hours a week and brings home $56,383 a year. However, for some teachers, teaching on campus isn't their only source of income. “I kind of have like a second and third job,” physics teacher Kenric Davies said. “I teach physics and a couple of other c...

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