Students take class to pursue makeup career

November 3, 2020

Senior Edwin Orellana has grown up his whole life surrounded by family businesses.  During his junior year, Orellana decided to take the next step into his future career. His passion for cosmetology has...

Teacher multitasks two careers at once

November 3, 2020

While he teaches fundamentals of healthcare during the week at school, Samuel Becker works as a respiratory therapist at the hospital during the weekends. Becker has a busy schedule on his hands from juggling...

Teacher creates his own Chromebook cart parade

November 3, 2020

Tuesday, October 27th, forming his hair into a gel’d-up mohawk, spanish and history teacher, Michael Spencer prepares for his “grand finale” hairdo before going back to normal. To top off the look,...

Student raises bees in backyard, potentially wins $1000

Student raises bees in backyard, potentially wins $1000
November 2, 2020

Junior, Isabelle Sedrick, began raising bees with her father in 2018. Since then, they have accumulated four hives and about 10,000-60,000 bees. Sedrick and her father also make bee products to sell and...

Sugar Cookie Art Made and Sold by Student

Sugar Cookie Art Made and Sold by Student
October 30, 2020

While students did their best to finish the school year strong during alternative method of instruction days last school year, senior Anakaren Barragan flipped through her planner to view upcoming orders.  Barragan...

Mystery art hidden in rotunda

October 22, 2020

Sneaking another can into the trophy case, senior Jack Welsh plans his next scheme. Sharpening pencils in class has turned into so much more. “I had this big old’ empty family size Spaghettios can...

Skateboards no longer allowed on campus

Skateboards no longer allowed on campus
October 20, 2020

Two seniors, Payton Potts and William Favorite, are active skaters who make it known that skating is one of their passions. They have been` seen riding their skateboards around the courtyard and parking...

Dynamic duo sweeps conference

October 20, 2020

After winning the first set 7-5, senior Hayden Swope and his brother freshman, Carter Swope set the tone that eventually led to a 6-0 victory at the 6A West conference championship.   “The first...

Student rallies from COVID-19 repercussions

Student rallies from COVID-19 repercussions
October 20, 2020

Saturday, September 19, junior, Camden Tucker and her family spent the day fishing in Norfolk Arkansas. After a long day of fishing and feeling perfectly healthy, Camden began seizing, went into cardiac...

Homecoming queen means more than crown

October 20, 2020

Senior Xiomara Pena-Palacios waited anxiously to hear the announcement of the 2020 Fall homecoming court. To Palacios, being on the court didn’t just mean having an excuse to wear a fancy dress, it gave...

DTSOI Student Joins Silver Stars

October 6, 2020

While attending Don Tyson School of Innovation(DTSOI), senior Bella Scaccia joined Har-Ber’s Silver Stars dance team. Scaccia joined the dance team for her senior year of high school, so she could be...

Student gets involved with Springdale City Council campaign

Student gets involved with Springdale City Council campaign
October 6, 2020

Getting involved in local politics is much easier than you might think. Student Council Vice President Pedro Manon has joined city council candidate Derek Van Voast campaign by simply having an issue with...

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