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WINGSPAN

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

WINGSPAN

Yael Even

Yael Even , Managing Editor

Yael Even is looking forward to her third year of Wingspan. She loves to workout, write, and spend a lot of time with friends and family. She also likes to put fun outfits together which you can find on her Instagram stories (@callmeyaeli).

Contact Yael:  yael.even.410@k12.friscoisd.org

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Yael Even, Managing Editor
May 29, 2020
Due to COVID-19, e-learning has been extended and all in person activities have been suspended until April 3. Prom will not be held on April 3, a decision has yet to be made.

Prom still up in the air

Yael Even, Managing Editor
March 20, 2020
Directed by senior Lauren Head, during a WTV report on Holocaust Remembrance, the campus Anne Frank production will not debut this week due to the COVID-19 outbreak.

Anne Frank production postponed

Yael Even, Managing Editor
March 17, 2020
Spring break extended one week

Spring break extended one week

Yael Even, Managing Editor
March 12, 2020

Campus adds new WiFi access points

Yael Even, Managing Editor
March 6, 2020
Relationships and dating are often the topic of conversation for many high school students, but come Valentines Day only 35 percent of students have been in some type of romantic relationship. I do think high school is too soon to start serious relationships and being emotionally and physically intimate because of the overall lack of emotional maturity and underdevelopment of the brain,” Marriage and Family Therapist Kimberly Gist Miller said.

Love, dating, and high school relationships

Yael Even, Managing Editor
February 13, 2020
Theatre members perform on stage in February 2020. For the program, the state-wide UIL One-Act Play coming up in March, so students have already started preparing, with director Heather Willingham saying the rehearsal process has been going smoothly so far.

Clinic provides critic for one act troupe

Yael Even, Managing Editor
February 13, 2020
With the COVID-19 pandemic rapidly spreading throughout the world, Wingspans Ana Toro encourages people to take the virus seriously.

Coronavirus spreads local concern

Yael Even, Managing Editor
February 7, 2020
The first winter improv show of the year was Thursday in the Black Box theater. Actors played several improv games and even interacted with the audience.

Put on the spot, improv show debuts

Yael Even, Managing Editor
January 24, 2020
The past couple of weeks before winter break, AP Literature students spent time analyzing the play Macbeth. Before completing a timed write, students demonstrate their understanding of Macbeth on one page.

One novel, one exam, one page

Yael Even, Managing Editor
January 9, 2020
As the break approaches, so does the deadline for Frisco Education Foundation Scholarship applications, on Friday at 4:00 p.m. With only a  three week window, some students have been scrambling to complete the forms, but can earn a portion of $7.2 million the foundation has given.

FEF scholarship window comes to a close

Yael Even, Managing Editor
December 19, 2019
For a few seniors on campus, they will be receiving their diploma just after the first semester. For some this means starting off their career early, while others plan to get their generals out of the way at Collin College before the fall.

Graduation comes early for some seniors

Yael Even, Managing Editor
December 16, 2019
AP World History teacher John Sommers steps aside as students teach the class. Each student was assigned a certain topic regarding European Expansion to study and later present to the class.

WHAP students switch roles with the teacher

Yael Even, Managing Editor
December 12, 2019
In 2018, senior Caitlyn Schroeder and Student Council sponsor Kandy Stevens set up for Teachers Night Out, where Student Council watches teachers kids to give them a well deserved night off. This year, the same event will be held Friday in the gym from 5:00-9:00 p.m.

Student council gives teachers a night off

Yael Even, Managing Editor
December 11, 2019
Just under two weeks away, the deadline to purchase a senior ad is Nov. 30, 2019. With different prices for different size ads, payments can be made at Balfour.com.

Senior ad deadline is coming up

Yael Even, Managing Editor
November 19, 2019
With the canned food drive ending Thursday, Junior Emma Gow puts in her last minute donations. All donations will help families in need through Frisco Family Services.

Donation drive ends Thursday

Yael Even, Managing Editor
November 14, 2019
Science teacher, Kenric Davies, was recently named the next President Elect of the Science Teachers of Texas Association after being a member for several years.

Astronomy brings planets to the hallways

Yael Even, Managing Editor
November 12, 2019
Senior Lauren Ransom passes the ball to her teammates, in hopes of scoring another point, Ransom is a 4 year varsity player, and has been playing setter since the beginning of her school volleyball career in 7th grade at Vandeventer Middle School.

Featured Athlete: Lauren Ransom

Yael Even, Managing Editor
November 12, 2019
Redhawks first and only win of the season made its way on national television on Sunday, Nov. 10, 2019. During the Cowboys v. Vikings game on Sunday, highlights from the Liberty v. Wakeland game were featured during NBC’s broadcast of Sunday Night Football.

Redhawk’s win makes national TV

Yael Even, Managing Editor
November 11, 2019
Team tennis playoffs begin Tuesday

Team tennis playoffs begin Tuesday

Yael Even, Managing Editor
October 15, 2019
Many Jewish students on campus such as senior Yael Ben David pictured holding the microphone at are involved in Israeli Scouts, a group that builds connections among Jewish youth in America. With Yom Kippur approaching, many people practicing the faith are fasting, for spiritual reflection.

Fasting for faith

Yael Even, Managing Editor
October 9, 2019
The annual Homecoming dance was Saturday, Sept. 28, 2019, from 7:30 to 10 p.m. With the theme being High School Hype, approximately 400 tickets were sold to the dance.

Homecoming hypes up hundreds of students

Yael Even, Managing Editor
September 30, 2019
IDs are being passed out in English classes Monday and Tuesday. They will start to be enforced Thursday, September 26.

ID badges reappear on campus

Yael Even, Managing Editor
September 23, 2019
Class of 22 at last years homecoming before the dance. Tickets are now available to be purchased on OnlineSchoolFees and during lunches on the week of homecoming.

Homecoming tickets go on sale

Yael Even, Managing Editor
September 17, 2019
Homecoming nominations open Monday and will last until September 3. With homecoming set for Saturday, Sept. 25, 2021, excitement for the selected two winners from each grade level has already begun.

Homecoming voting opens Monday

Yael Even, Managing Editor
September 16, 2019
College fair was Wednesday, September 11th at Memorial High School. Students and parents broadened their knowledge on colleges and universities as they got to meet with many representatives.

One stop college shopping

Yael Even, Managing Editor
September 12, 2019
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Homecoming nominations come to an end

Yael Even, Managing Editor
September 11, 2019
Former Redhawks coordinator Matt Swinnea is the schools new head football coach. 

With decades of coaching experience, taking over the Redhawks, Swinnea is ready for his time in charge. 

“Its a Boston song title...its More Than a Feeling,” he said. “Its the realization of a professional dream at a place that I truly love: Liberty High School.”

Swinnea set for head coaching debut

Yael Even, Managing Editor
August 30, 2019
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