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  • Tennis team is the area champion after beating Texas High 10-6 Thursday

Department versus department

Department versus department

Reilly Martens, Staff Reporter

November 20, 2015


Filed under News

Normally a sense of unification is among the hallways, however this week  competition has struck a divide through the minds and stomachs of staff as the epic annual Chili Cook Off takes place Friday with things getting spicy and reaching galaxies far, far away. Social studies teacher Jeff Crowe created a ...

Minnie’s makes meals for many

Minnie’s makes meals for many

Evan Burk, WTV Staff Reporter

November 19, 2015


Filed under News, Showcase

A Plano based non-profit organization is busy preparing thousands of meals those in need. Minnie's Food Pantry is getting ready for its annual Thanksgiving food drive which is expecting to feed more than 7,000 people with hundreds of volunteers helping out yearly to feed people in need. “Our thanksgiving...

Biden makes stop in Dallas

Biden makes stop in Dallas

Brooke Colombo, Staff Reporter

November 18, 2015


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For the third straight day, one of the country’s most visible politicians will be making a stop in Dallas on Wednesday. Vice President Joe Biden will be in town to meet with Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings to discuss economic events. Biden will be making several stops in Texas on Wednesday as he is a...

Tornado warnings sound early Tuesday

Tornado warnings sound early Tuesday

Henry Youtt, Managing Editor

November 17, 2015


Filed under News, Showcase

A severe storm hit the North Texas area early morning on Tuesday, waking hundreds of students, causing innumerable traffic delays, and warranting three tornado warnings, two of which were for Collin County. “Storms were very fast moving, fifty to sixty miles per hour motion,” senior meteorologist...

No one hurt after student’s truck flips

No one hurt after student’s truck flips

Jay Schlaegel, Assignment Editor

November 16, 2015


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Rain and wet roadways Monday morning made driving conditions a bit hazardous for some as senior Gunter Hawk flipped his car making a food run to Chick-Fil-A before school. “I was turning left, eastbound, onto 121 from Independence,” Hawk said. “As I turned, I had plenty of room between m...

Frisco residents chunk their junk

Frisco residents chunk their junk

Joshua Gray, Executive Producer

November 13, 2015


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The environment services department of the City of Frisco will hold Chunk Your Junk from 8 a.m. to noon at the Environmental Collection Center on November 14. This program is a way for Frisco citizens to reduce their carbon footprint by bringing paper items, plastic bags and bundled cardboard to the col...

PTSA holds meeting to promote drug safety on campus

PTSA holds meeting to promote drug safety on campus

Henry Youtt, Managing Editor

November 12, 2015


Filed under News, Showcase

The school's PTSA held a parent drug informational meeting Wednesday night in the lecture hall. Led by SRO Officer Jerry Varner, parents learned about drugs and drug paraphernalia and staying safe. Varner educated the parents about various drugs and discussed his role of bridging the gap between poli...

Business as usual on Veterans Day

Business as usual on Veterans Day

Henry Youtt, Managing Editor

November 11, 2015


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It’s another regular day here on campus and even though Veterans Day is a federal holiday that doesn’t automatically mean a day off as schools have the ability to set their own schedule. “The district sets our school calendar for the district,” assistant principal Kristen Sommers said. “Lo...

Academic and athletic success honored

Academic and athletic success honored

Rahmin Jawaid, Staff Reporter

November 10, 2015


Filed under News, Showcase

Draft attendance zones for the four new schools that will open in 2016 were just part of the Frisco ISD board meeting Monday as the school’s cross country team and National Merit semifinalists were honored. “Being honored at the student board meeting feels great,” junior cross country runner Nick...

Drawing the lines

Drawing the lines

Sarah Philips, Editor-in-chief

November 9, 2015


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Community members will be able to present their thoughts on the draft attendance zones for Lebanon Trail High School Monday night at the school board meeting scheduled for 6:30 p.m. The draft attendance zones as currently drawn will affect this campus along with Centennial, Frisco and Independence. ...

Head games

Head games

Arman Kafai, Staff Reporter

November 6, 2015


Filed under News, Showcase, Sports Showcase

An injury once given the euphemism of “having their bell rung”, concussions are now an issue talked about daily in the world of sports, especially in youth sports, where one in five athletes receive concussions during their respective season. It’s no different here on campus as many athlet...

The championship chase

The championship chase

Kirk Niekamp, WTV Reporter

November 5, 2015


Filed under News, Sports Showcase

The school's cross country team has 5 runners competing in Saturday's 5A State Championship Meet. WTV's Kirk Niekamp has the story.

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