Blue Print

Ms. Lacie Moore had taught at Davis Intermediate School since 2020 as an ELA teacher.

You are my sunshine

writer: Hannah Hansen, Editor-in-Chief
September 26, 2022
Top row: Morgan Gore, Jaylee Paredes, and Maggie Volpi
Bottom Row: Gloria Olajimi and Hannah Hansen

Dream Team

writer: Hannah Hansen, Editor-in-Chief
August 26, 2022
Shining the way \\ Mr. Ernest Nelson won Paraprofessional of the Year for the WISD 2021-22 school year Friday, May 6.

Keeper of the keys

writer: Hannah Hansen, Editor-in-Chief
May 13, 2022
Space odyssey \\ Sharing with the club, president Aqil Ishaq discusses the recent discovery of a black hole within our galaxy Friday, May 13. As the second ever photographed black hole, this presents an opening into understanding the mystery-shrouded concept of black holes.

Stellar Students

writer: Hannah Hansen, Editor-in-Chief
May 13, 2022
Treat yourself

Treat yourself

writer: Maggie Volpi, Staff reporter
April 26, 2022
Crowning moment \\ Senior Luis Lopez won the annual Big Man on Campus competition April 5. Hosted by the International Thespian Society, Big Man is a fundraiser for the City House Youth Shelter.

They’re back

writer: Casi Thedford, Adviser
April 6, 2022
A hidden legacy \\ In honor of her memory, Gelila Mekonnens organization, Kids Can Help Two: Gelila Mekonnens Chapter, displays Mekonnen beaming for the camera, a smile remembered by school staff. She was always driven to make the world a better place by sharing smiles everywhere she went,” choir director Mrs. Ashley Dame said.

The Geleila Project

writer: Gloria Olajimi, Copy Editor
April 5, 2022
Calling Card \\ Wylie ISD Communications Director Ian Halperin holds up an example gold card that some residents can apply for to get free admission to certain district events. The program is open to anyone 65 years of age or older, a retired Wylie ISD teacher of any age, and more recently, active-duty military personnel or veterans.“Students love to play and perform to a full house. Having fans in the audience makes for a fun atmosphere and in sports, a home-court advantage,” Halperin said.

District gives golden tickets

writer: Heath Hadley, Editor in Chief
April 4, 2022
Class clown \\ Alpha teacher Coach BJ Smith loves to have fun with his students and co-workers. His pranks keep the laughs coming.

Pranks with Coach Smith

writer: Gloria Olajimi, Copy Editor
April 1, 2022
Guardian angels \\ Smiling wide, NHS officers present a check to Ms. Kara Shrum, the Corporate Relations Manager for the Collin County Children’s Advocacy Center March 16. “The Children’s Advocacy Center is an agency that works with kids that have experienced abuse or neglect to try and give them a safe place, justice and a helping hand in the healing process,” NHS treasurer Emily Combest said.

Guardian angels

writer: Hannah Hansen, Editor-in-Chief
March 28, 2022
Great at state \\ Powerlifters and their coaches pose for a photo at the state competition. Junior Carmen Mitchell placed first and senior Nyliah White received a fifth place title. “I have been powerlifting since freshman year, but I have grown up around the sport,” Mitchell said.

Raising the bar at state

writer: Braelyn Wiest, Yearbook Staff
March 28, 2022
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