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Aaron Boehmer

Aaron Boehmer, Editor-in-Chief

Aaron Boehmer is a senior and in his fourth year of working on the Wingspan staff, third as an editor. Aaron is hoping to study journalism or political science, or both, in college next fall. He loves art, music and a good Yerba Mate (chilled, Revel Berry flavored). He is returning this year in the position of Editor-in-Chief and is excited to see what his last year in high school brings. Follow him on Instagram @aaronboehmer_ ! 

Contact Aaron: aaron.boehmer.429@k12.friscoisd.org

 

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Senior Aaron Boehmer joined Wingspan as a freshman, becoming sports editor his sophomore year, managing editor his junior year, and finally serving as Editor-in-Chief  his senior year.

Aaron Boehmer

Aaron Boehmer, Editor-in-Chief
May 21, 2021
Top Bunk members include Memorial senior Diego Fernandez (top left), Heritage senior Shruthi Venkatesh (top right), Memorial senior Kaleb Mills (bottom left), Memorial junior William Flashnick (middle left), Memorial class of 2020 alumni Corbin Dennis (bottom middle), Memorial junior Megan Butler (bottom right), and Memorial junior Jurnee Brinson (far right). I’ve always felt that Top Bunk will be whatever Top Bunk wants to be. We have no agenda and it is truly a space for everyone within it to evolve as they feel is natural, Fernandez said.

Bunk up the beat

Aaron Boehmer, Editor-in-Chief
May 14, 2021
The schools UIL academic teams competed in the district 9-5A meet on Friday and Saturday at Centennial with the Redhawks finishing second overall losing to Centennial High School. For the journalism team, it was their second straight district championship.

Redhawks win big at district UIL

Aaron Boehmer, Editor-in-Chief
March 29, 2021
The SAT that was originally on March 3 has been rescheduled for a date yet to be announced. This delay is due to the shipping of the tests being interrupted because of Winter Storm Uri.

SAT originally on March 3 rescheduled

Aaron Boehmer, Editor-in-Chief
February 23, 2021
A poster promoting StuCos annual Nov. food drive hangs in the rotunda. A QR code hangs to the right of the poster, which has Amazon links to the items that can be donated as the event is online this year.

[Photo] StuCo hosts annual food drive online

Kate Graham, WTV Staff Reporter
November 2, 2020
The Collin College Writing Center is offering free help with college applications to dual credit students. Appointments will be available at all locations, including neighboring areas such as the Frisco, Plano, and McKinney campuses.

Spring Dual Credit registration opens

Aaron Boehmer, Editor-in-Chief
October 26, 2020

Two teachers, one mission for change

Aaron Boehmer, Editor-in-Chief
October 2, 2020
Junior Trisha Dasgupta (left) chose virtual academy, while senior Aaron Boehmer (right) chose in-person school. No matter how they weighed their options or considered their circumstances, both of them had a tough call to make.

To be in-person

Aaron Boehmer, Editor-in-Chief
September 10, 2020
Senior Emma Varela works on an art assignment in her room at home last year during eLearning in the spring. Online art classes for the first three weeks will look different from eLearning that took place in the spring. “During eLearning we had already established skills, and a system so its going to look very different,” art teacher Fred Rodriguez said. “Students will really need to practice to develop the skills they will need throughout the year. In the spring we were limited with the amount of time we could assign to each student, but this will feel more like regular school, except online.”

AP Drawing adjusts to art at home

Aaron Boehmer, Managing Editor
March 26, 2020
Governor Greg Abbott sits down with Texas Department of State Health Services Dr. John Hellerstedt, Texas Education Agency Commissioner Mike Morath, Texas Division of Emergency Management Chief Nim Kidd, and Medicaid Director at Texas Health and Human Services Stephanie Muth during a virtual town hall. “We’re dealing with a very real challenge, a challenge that we collectively must respond to,” Abbott said during the town hall.

Abbott addresses the state

Aaron Boehmer, Managing Editor
March 20, 2020
Early voting begins on Monday and ends May 3, for 3 Frisco ISD board positions.

Casting ballots: the politics of voting

Aaron Boehmer, Managing Editor
February 18, 2020
Prior to the game against Lone Star, senior Micaiah Abii attempts to dunk the ball.

Redhawks escape with wins

Aaron Boehmer, Managing Editor
January 13, 2020
Former senior Lauren Tanghongs paints herself for the portraits project in AP Drawing. Other than using pastels for a change, students learned how to incorporate the skill of realism in their pieces.

Pastels bring life to the page

Aaron Boehmer, Managing Editor
January 9, 2020
AP Language students were challenged to define what a good life means to them through a creative video project. This is meant to resemble the popular youtuber, Kid President.

[Photo] Defining a good life

Abby Wang, Staff Reporter
December 19, 2019
Last minute stress

Last minute stress

Aaron Boehmer, Managing Editor
December 17, 2019
Junior Aaron Boehmer provides his insight on various relevant topics in comic form. Spanning from social to political, environmental to economical, this series aims to add humor to serious conversations.

Comical Commentary: volume 2

Aaron Boehmer, Managing Editor
December 17, 2019
Freshmen and seniors get the morning off while sophomore and juniors take the PSAT on Wednesday.

ACT prep provided on campus

Aaron Boehmer, Managing Editor
December 5, 2019
The depressed press

The depressed press

Aaron Boehmer, Managing Editor
December 3, 2019

Redhawks break losing streak

Aaron Boehmer, Managing Editor
November 11, 2019
“I had never seen a live demonstration before, it was really fun because he was funny too,” junior Catherine Tong said. “I got to see a lot of different processes that I didn’t know went into painting, which was really cool to look at in real life. I think it’ll help me with how I follow my drawing because I also want to do painting.”

Drawing with the pros

Aaron Boehmer, Managing Editor
November 11, 2019
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