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School raises nearly $5000 in donations

School raises nearly $5000 in donations

Olivia Kirklin, Staff Reporter

December 7, 2015


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For two weeks, teachers and students raised money and collected supplies for the Samaritan Inn, the only homeless shelter in Collin County. Led by counselor Alma Campo, the program went into action at the last Redhawk Rant and raised nearly $5,000 in donations. “The idea was just in the back of my mi...

Long distance grocery shopping

Long distance grocery shopping

Rahmin Jawaid, Staff Reporter

December 4, 2015


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For a lot of people, it’s perfectly normal to take a quick trip to the local Target, Walmart, or farmer’s markets for groceries. But for sophomore Avery Nolden and senior Katie Nolden, a road trip to Wisconsin is what counts as a successful grocery shopping trip. Right after school on a Friday...

White Ribbon Week

White Ribbon Week

Rahmin Jawaid, Staff Reporter

December 3, 2015


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White Ribbon Week is devoted to raising awareness about disabilities and lessening the negative view of those who are different. On campus, Best Buddies members have been advocating for White Ribbon Week all week by asking students to support the cause.

Rezoning plans move forward

Rezoning plans move forward

Sarah Philips, Editor-in-chief

December 2, 2015


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The school board held a rezoning workshop Tuesday night that resulted in slightly revised rezoning recommendations for Lebanon Trail High School. These new recommendations would have students south of Stacy Road and east of Custer Road no longer moving from the Independence zone to the Liberty zone during the 2016...

Senior citizens to be honored Wednesday

Senior citizens to be honored Wednesday

Olivia Womack, Guest Contributor

December 1, 2015


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Live music, food and a chance to visit with students will be a part of Wednesday's FISD Senior Citizen Luncheon at Staley Middle School at 8:00 a.m. The luncheon is designed to recognize the senior citizens who are a part of the Frisco ISD community. FISD Superintendent Jeremy Lyon will be the keynote ...

Disable the label

Disable the label

Henry Youtt, Managing Editor

November 30, 2015


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Monday through Friday of this week is designated at White Ribbon Week on campus, a weeklong program to help raise disability awareness. Prior to students returning from the Thanksgiving Break, posters and ribbons were put up within the halls to promote this week's message. This year's theme, "Disable the Label," see...

Frisco Family Services feeds hundreds of families

Frisco Family Services feeds hundreds of families

Olivia Kirklin, Staff Reporter

November 25, 2015


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With the holiday season quickly approaching, members of the Frisco community are working to ensure families the opportunity for a food-filled holiday season, beginning with Thanksgiving. A non-profit organization, Frisco Family Services, works to help community members facing hunger, homelessness, a...

Department versus department

Department versus department

Reilly Martens, Staff Reporter

November 20, 2015


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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


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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


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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...

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