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The student news site of Liberty High School in Frisco, Texas


The student news site of Liberty High School in Frisco, Texas


The student news site of Liberty High School in Frisco, Texas


Ana Cuen

Ana Cuen, Managing Editor

Ana Cuen is a senior and a Managing Editor for Wingspan this year. She is also involved in NHS, Student Council, and Best Buddies. Outside of school Ana enjoys napping in excessive amounts, listening to One Direction, and thinking her jokes are funny. Her greatest accomplishment is playing Guitar Hero on Expert mode. She is excited for this upcoming year and hopes to pursue a career in the medical field in the future.

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Senior Ana Cuen joined Wingspan as a junior, quickly becoming a passionate staff member. She served as managing editor her senior year.

Ana Cuen

Ana Cuen, Managing Editor
May 21, 2021
The Leaving the Nest Survey closes today, where seniors can fill out a form describing their plans post-graduation.

Leaving the Nest Survey closes today

Ana Cuen, Managing Editor
April 15, 2021
Senior prom will be held at the W hotel on April 22. Tickets are now on sale through Online School Fees.

Prom official for senior class of 2021

Ana Cuen, Managing Editor
March 18, 2021
National Honor Society will be holding their first meeting in person meetings of the year since Spring 2020 this Tuesday and Wednesday. “I think the biggest difference between last year and now is the volunteer opportunities we have for members,” she said. “This year, we really want to provide opportunities that are geared towards our members’ interests.

NHS applications due Friday

Ana Cuen, Managing Editor
February 25, 2021
On Wednesday, the Texas Education Agency released new guidelines for schools: “Under this updated guidance, a public school system’s current practices on masks may continue unchanged. Local school boards have full authority to determine their local mask policy.

Double masking may become the new norm

Ana Cuen, Managing Editor
February 4, 2021
From numerous restless nights to frightening images, sophomore Ana Toro has been battling with one of the most important essential activities, sleep. Unable to determine the cause, she tried meditation, medications, and therapy. Now, after months of fearing the unknown and the results of a sleep study, she is able to identify the demon causing her sleep paralysis.

Sleep paralysis: Ana’s waking nightmare

Ana Cuen, Managing Editor
January 16, 2021
Being able to apply what they learned over the last nine weeks, students in Health Science spent Monday and Tuesday going around the school to take vital signs of staff and students alike.

FISD launches new health science classes

Ana Cuen, Managing Editor
January 14, 2021
Hosted by the PTSA, Sweater Senior Movie Night aims to be a fun event for seniors to celebrate their last few months of high school.

PTSA hosts Sweater Senior Movie Night

Ana Cuen, Managing Editor
December 18, 2020
Training to become certified nursing assistants since the beginning of the school year, Health Science 2 Clinical students prepare for their state test. This certification allows student to work in medical settings as nurse aids where some of their responsibilities include taking vital signs and giving residents bed baths.

Health Science 2 prepares for CNA state test

Ana Cuen, Managing Editor
December 17, 2020
Frisco ISD is hosting another Achieve Mentor Training on Wednesday at 6:00 p.m. The training is at the Frisco ISD Administration building.

IB Programme now offered at FISD

Ana Cuen, Managing Editor
November 19, 2020
Homecoming this weekend means for school spirit and dress up days.

No to dance, yes to school spirit

Ana Cuen, Managing Editor
November 18, 2020
Due to COVID-19 social distancing protocals, the annual club fair has been moved to be virtual. Students can now access the virtual club fair at any time.

Virtual club fair helps connects students

Ana Cuen, Managing Editor
November 17, 2020
From day-to-day struggles to getting a job, The 2 Sisters You Never Knew You Needed or Wanted discuss everything they wish they would have known throughout their high school years.

The 2: stress

Remi Williams and Ana Cuen
November 10, 2020
From social media posts to news stories, younger generations appear to have taken an interest in environmental sustainability. One movement in particular, thrifting, has taken popularity among the youth. What was now seen as a symbol of poverty is now seen as a fashion statement.

NHS hosts homeless supply drive

Ana Cuen, Managing Editor
November 6, 2020
Nominated by Liberty teachers, assistant orchestra director Victoria Lien was named Liberty High Schools Teacher of the Year. From students to coworkers, Liens dedication and passion to the orchestra program is apparent to those around her.

Lien selected as Teacher of the Year

Ana Cuen, Managing Editor
November 6, 2020
Those that qualify for voting through mail must request their ballots by Oct. 23. Ballots can be dropped off behind the Collin County Election Office where they are guaranteed to arrive in time for the elections.

Friday last day to request mail ballots

Ana Cuen, Managing Editor
October 22, 2020
Inaugurated on campus by the class of 2019, Water Wars strikes back for the class of 2021. The game consists of groups of four, and each player is assigned a target for the week they have to squirt. With a jackpot prize of $480, the 96 participants will fill up their water guns and prepare to attack beginning Oct. 1.

Water Wars splashes the class of 2021

Ana Cuen, Managing Editor
October 1, 2020
The new senior class website contains numerous resources for the senior class. Included are the dates for upcoming senior events and links to purchase Liberty attire. It also has the Remind code for seniors, as well as information on senior ads for the yearbook.

PTSA launches senior class website

Ana Cuen, Managing Editor
September 24, 2020

Hall passes get a technology update

Ana Cuen, Managing Editor
September 18, 2020
The Peer Assistance and Leadership (PALS) program launches for the first time at Liberty this year.

PALS program launched on campus

Ana Cuen, Managing Editor
September 11, 2020
The Superbowl took place this past weekend, posing questions as to the safety of having 25,000 fans in-person. Staff reporter Hailie Hughes discusses the potential affects this event could have on the spread of COVID-19.

Small crowds, live-streaming the new norm

Ana Cuen, Managing Editor
September 3, 2020
Drawing her whole life, senior Fallon Buckner hope to become an art teacher. I want to become certified to be a first grade teacher as well as an art teacher, Buckner said. I believe you need a lot of creativity to engage children and teach them things so they will want to learn.

Fallon Buckner

Ana Cuen, Guest Contributor
May 21, 2020
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