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Pay attention \\ Listening to his teammates, sophomore Carson Tittle talks at practice with his Quiz Bowl team. SkillsUSA state competitions will be held virtually this year.

No longer amatuer hour

writer: Hannah Hansen, Staff Reporter
April 12, 2021
Look it up \\ The yearbook staff celebrates their recognition of being put in the 2020 Jostens Look Book. This is the 11th out of 13 yearbooks to be included in the book of excellence.

Look good on paper

writer: Katie Borchetta, Staff Reporter
March 31, 2021
Screen time \\ Meeting virtually, the Diversity Club is led by Mrs. Jill Hill and Mrs. Patti Newton. “We pride ourselves on being an open space anyone can look towards for community service and encourage activism in those who wish to use their voice for what they believe is right,” President Jocelyn Blouke said.

Diversity club plans for February

writer: Savannah Kiser, yearbook student
February 15, 2021
Main event \ Marching at the first-ever Fine Arts Half Time Show, senior Brayden Judge lines up to perform the halftime show: Hamilton. Due to football game cancellations, the marching band performed for the very first time Oct. 16.

Band together

writer: Andrea Ensign, Staff Reporter
February 9, 2021
Goofy Grandpa \\ During one of the theatre's dress rehearsals, junior Robair Sedarous acts as Grandpa Gordon in the week before opening night. Later, he was quarantined on opening night and did not get to act in the musical for most of the showings. “Theater is important to me because that is my only time of day when I get to speak to my friends about something other than homework,” Sedarous said. “It's my free time during the day. It puts in a space of mine where I can forget about all my academic responsibilities for just a couple of hours.”

Quirky quarantine

writer: Heath Hadley, Editor in Chief
February 2, 2021
Back to school \\  Warming up the Dance I students, Wylie East Alumna Brooke Hogan returns to fulfill her student teaching requirements as a dance education major. Ms. Hogan was a member of the Sapphires which influenced her decision to continue dancing for her college’s team and the reason she chose to pursue dance education. “Being a coach is weird, but it helps me understand Sapphires as a whole, both dancing and directing,” Ms. Hogan said.

Full 360

writer: Brie Garrett, journalism student
February 1, 2021
JROTC is coming to town \\ Checking out at the Wylie Walmart Colonel Brooks McFarland shows JROTC the true meaning of Christmas. Every year, members of JROTC cadets go class-to-class collecting money from their peers and teachers to purchase gifts for the Wylie Way Christmas Angels. “We were able to raise more money this year, which was really cool because we could give even more presents out,” C/1Lt TJ Garvin said.

A (Wylie) Christmas Story

writer: Kayla Robertson, Yearbook Staff
December 9, 2020
Shining stars // The yearbook staff of the 2019-2020 school year smiles for their club photo. Their Peak-themed yearbook earned the highest rating of Distinguished Merit.

Yearbook staff celebrates award

writer: Hannah Hansen, Staff Reporter
December 9, 2020
High fliers // Juniors Bailey Causey and Heath Hadley were recently accepted into NASA's Texas High School Aerospace Scholars Program.

Two infinity and beyond

writer: Hannah Hansen, Staff Reporter
December 4, 2020
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