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Heartfelt Future // Practicing their lead placement for their EKG, senior Nancy Gomez, and other students prepare for their health care careers. “I am really outgoing with people so working with different patients and people is interesting to me. I am planning to be a sonographer or an ultrasound tech,” Gomez said.

So says the heart

writer: Heath Hadley, Editor in Chief
May 12, 2021
Girls night \\ Posing during their prom photos, a group of senior girls stand together in Adriatica Village May 8. Prom expenses are costly.

Money makes prom go round

writer: Katie Borchetta, Staff Reporter
May 10, 2021
Every day is a jeans day \\ Next school year, students may wear jeans any day of the week, opposed to the current policy in place of Thursdays and Fridays only. The school board approved updates to the standardized dress code at the last board meeting.

The deal with dress code

writer: Shelby Perry, Staff Reporter
May 3, 2021
Teacher tales

Teacher tales

writer: journalism students
April 30, 2021
A little Hart \\ Freshman Jeremiah Hart holds up his mother’s new book, Unstoppable: A Story of Hope about the accident that changed their family’s life forever. Despite his injuries, Jeremiah has pushed through 36 surgeries and countless other challenges with his faith and family. Photo Casi Thedford

Hart and Soul

writer: Heath Hadley, Editor in Chief
April 21, 2021
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
Calling the shots \\ Senior Jada Hahs prepares for her first shot during her first round of vaccinations.

Teens with vaccines

writer: Shelby Perry, Staff Reporter
March 30, 2021
It's not time \\ It’s understandable wanting to change a few rules so businesses can continue making profit, since tons of people have lost their jobs due to business closures, but allowing people to no longer wear masks in public places will only worsen the current situation.

Abbott’s decision is premature

writer: Hermela Assefa, journalism student
March 17, 2021
Remotely engaged \\ Freshman Axel Guerra participates in his second period world geography class in a Google Meet.

COVID-19 affects student learning

writer: Hermela Assefa, journalism student
March 3, 2021
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