Blue Print

It’s difficult to balance school, work

Dustin Sanders, Staff Writer

February 16, 2012

Filed under Editorials, Opinions

Many students are able to obtain jobs and still manage the grades a good student needs in school. Some students are even able to keep up with extracurricular activities in and out of school as well.    It is said that for...

Happiness is a choice

Caitlyn Bogart, Co-Editor In Chief

February 13, 2012

Filed under Editorials

Every day, people go to work and school, they run the rat-race, the monotonous day to day things that get everyone down. People are debating whether or not it is a choice to be happy. Happiness is a perception, and it is a...

Wicked step-parents are not so wicked

Abigail Reynolds, Staff Writer

January 31, 2012

Filed under Editorials

Divorce seems to be a growing epidemic in the U.S. today, and almost half of our school population is made up of students who are from divorced families. Movies today, and in recent times have always portrayed stepparents as evil-doers:...

Exams should be before Christmas

Dustin Sanders, Staff Writer

January 25, 2012

Filed under Editorials

No exams. Students dread the first week back to school in January because of one thing—exams. Starting Jan. 10, students prepare for a long week of reviews, studying and exams. This week involves staying up very late, st...

How far is too far?

Wililam Jackson, Staffer

January 24, 2012

Filed under Editorials

Zip ties A recent and unusual epidemic is plaguing the school and it goes by the name “zip ties”.  Zip-tying is the act of taking a zip-tie and closing it on a person’s backpack or other item, making it difficult and...

Ready, Set, go Teach

Abigail Reynolds, Staff Writer

January 23, 2012

Filed under Editorials

Ready, Set, Teach! is a new class offered this year to juniors and seniors- advised by Ms. Jessica Taylor- who want to be teachers, tutors, librarians, administrators/principals or even school counselors. This class is a program...

Thank you for helping

Caitlyn Bogart, Co-Editor In Chief

January 17, 2012

Filed under Editorials

Some teachers make the effort and others don’t Powerpoints, worksheets, group projects, lab time, class discussions… that’s all well and good but what if the student still doesn’t understand?  Students appreciate teach...

Mint condition

Alexis Stewart, Staffer

January 17, 2012

Filed under Editorials

Search for the best Peppermint Mocha drink this holiday season Peppermint Mocha has always been a favorite of mine, especially when the holiday season rolls around. Saxby’s “Grasshopper” (Peppermint Mocha) drink isn’t the best drin...

Schoolyard Pick

Alexis Stewart, Staffer

January 4, 2012

Filed under Editorials

Trainers choose football over everything else. High school football in Texas is a huge deal. Everyone gets pumped up for Friday Night Football, the drill team dances, and the cheerleaders cheer, the band plays the fight song t...

Above the influence, but sees the benefits

Ana Meraz, Web Editor

December 6, 2011

Filed under Editorials

Three hundred thousand deaths. No this wasn’t from World War II or the Civil War. This is the number of people, both innocent and guilty, who have died because of the drug wars going on in Mexico. Although this is not happening...

Making the grade

Abigail Reynolds, Staff Writer

November 2, 2011

Filed under Editorials

Low grades just got lower very unexpectedly. In the past, the lowest grade a student could earn for a six weeks grade was a 50, no matter what. Now, that 50 point cap has been removed and all students are awarded what they truly...

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