Teacher of the year impacts lives of students

Emma Roach, Reporter April 28, 2021

Every year one teacher is nominated for the teacher of the year award. This award recognizes the teacher who inspires, teaches, and loves their students well. It is to honor a teacher who has gone above...

NHS, ESL teacher provide clothing to students in need

Jacqueline Sanchez, Copy Editor April 28, 2021

Room C200 is home to a variety of clothing that is available to students and families. ESL teacher Jennifer Stephens collects apparel from students and teachers and anyone is welcome to pick something...

LIFE program aides students through college process

Jacqueline Sanchez, Copy Editor April 14, 2021

Senior Jennifer Vargas sat anxiously waiting for the contest winners to be announced. Vargas was one of approximately 20 students who attended the virtual LIFE Day in the seminar room.  LIFE stands...

Student travels to 13 colleges in a week

Student travels to 13 colleges in a week

Kayla Rushton, Co-Editor April 13, 2021

After 13 college visits in eight states and one national park during Spring Break, junior Presley Shelton checked one more national park off her bucket list, the Theodore Roosevelt National Park in Medora,...

Students work on passion projects to bring community together

Students work on passion projects to bring community together

Natalie Herrera, Reporter April 13, 2021

As the school year comes to an end, many students are preparing for their final assignments. This year, the bilingual community service class introduced a new project called the Passion Project, that blends...

Dance team continues traditions

Laney Wilson, Reporter April 13, 2021

After they traveled on their annual trip to Kilgore, Texas to watch the popular Kilgore College Rangerettes, the Silver Stars dance team had an experience to remember despite the COVID-19 restrictions....

Emma Harris and Avery Troutt pose with their Squishmallow finds

Students hunt and collect Squishmallows

Alli Flynt, Editor March 29, 2021

Squishmallows have had a recent spike in popularity amongst teenagers. According to junior Avery Troutt, their softness and squishiness make them the best stuffed animal.  Junior Emma Harris is believed...

Teachers integrate arts into math and science classes

Alli Flynt, Editor March 29, 2021

As math and science classes have begun to integrate art into their usual curriculum, students learn to use both sides of their brains. Chemistry and physical science teacher Leslie Purdy-Hoyt is one of...

Basketball player juggles three jobs

Emma Roach, Reporter March 10, 2021

As a basketball player and five days a week student, junior Mack Wright also juggles three jobs at the same time. He has learned to juggle three jobs, a sport and school.  “I work at a ranch out...

Teacher incorporates Springdale’s first Chick-fil-A into lesson

Alli Flynt, Editor March 9, 2021

It has been recently announced that a new Chick-fil-A will be built in Springdale. The city’s first of these restaurants will be located at the intersection of  West Sunset Avenue and Gene George Boulevard....

Males express body image issues

Kayla Rushton, Co-Editor March 9, 2021

Body positivity movement is a social movement that encourages people of all sizes, shapes, and colors to embrace their bodies. Both males and females can be a part of this movement, but social media has...

Student’s ideas about conspiracy theories

Emily Gerstenkorn, Web Designer February 24, 2021

Diving into the world of conspiracy theories at the age of 15, senior Ashton Casebolt tells his story on how he got into these theories and his take on some of the ones already out in the world today....

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