Blue Print

Zachary Neu graduated from here in 2012 and is a third-year teacher for chemistry.

Raiders Returning

October 9, 2019

Crownworthy \\ Basking in the moment, junior Audrey Wentz finds out that her peers nominated her for the homecoming court. All nominees were announced during the Pink Out pep rally Oct. 4.

Be in the know for Hoco

October 8, 2019

The writing on the wall \\ Constructing

On ‘The Road’ again

October 8, 2019

Thompson's top trainees \\ Seniors Kaylah Casasola,  Zachary Clore and Lexi Branch show off their artwork for the Texas Association of School Boards 2019 Conference Students Show. Students in the Dallas area send in their artwork for display and these students' work was selected to compete.

Quick on the draw

October 2, 2019

Uphill Battle // Pushing through to the end, junior Sarah Avila plows uphill to complete her run at the Lovejoy XC Fall Festival Sep. 21. The girls cross country team placed first at the competition and returned home with medals. “I was beyond excited about learning the girls placed first,” head cross country coach Justin Eddy said. “I had to stare at the results for a while until it sunk in.” photo by Cameron Johnson.

Mud, sweat, tears, & XC

October 1, 2019

Future plans \\ Her high school teacher and a Future Teacher Program inspired Engineering Teacher Mrs. Christina Sweek to become a teacher. “I want to help my students to find out whether they want to be an engineer in the future or not,” Mrs. Sweek said.

In addition to…

September 30, 2019

Singalong \\ Practicing hand signs Aug. 29 in the choir room, Bel Canto girls get back into the hang of things for this year's Ignite theme.

Singing for the flame 

September 27, 2019

To dye for \\ FASE students tie-dyed t shirts and socks for the spirit-themed day. They gifted the shirts to the assistant principals. “The shirts are all unique, and I think that’s representative of everyone at this school,” assistant principal Angela Arp said.

Showing true colors

September 26, 2019

Golden moment \\ Waiting for the next play, varsity football players sport their new yellow stickers on the back of their helmet Sept. 6 at the Gold Out game. Players placed these stickers on the backs of their helmets to honor local victims of pediatric cancer. “I felt like I was really showing support for people who were put in situations they can’t control,” varsity player Collen Covington said.

Go, fight, win the battle

September 24, 2019

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