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Hawk Eye Newspaper Staff 2014

Hawk Eye Newspaper Staff 2014

Rambunctious. Sassy. Creative. This is how I would describe my staff this year.  They bring excitement each day to the classroom and a a lot of talent.  With demanding deadlines to meet, the staff maintains a happy disposition -most of the time.

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8th grade Harris B-team vs. 8th grade Krueger B-team

8th grade Harris B-team vs. 8th grade Krueger B-team

Last Wednesday, our 8th grade B- football team took on the Krueger Falcons.  The score was 8-16- Krueger was up. All of a sudden, a clutch 8 point comeback by Harris took place in the last 35 seconds of the game. This come back all started with a dump-off pass to Ethan Rodriguez leading to a 30 […]

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What’s Bully Awareness?

What’s Bully Awareness?

      October is Bully Awareness month.  Bully awareness is when people stand up for other people that are getting bullied. It’s also a time when the community can come together and raise awareness for bullying. During this month, there are activities and other events to help raise awareness for this event. A man names Bill […]

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Sports

Teachers Powder Puff Football Game

Teachers Powder Puff Football Game

Gold vs. Purple.Who will win the showdown for the women’s Power Puff flag football game? On Wednesday, October 29, 2014, a few ladies from our very own Harris faculty staff played a little flag football to try and help teachers and students build better relationships with each other. It was an exciting game, but the […]

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Harris vs. Krueger “A” Team 8th grade Football

Harris vs. Krueger “A” Team 8th grade Football

The 8th grade football team played their hearts out Wednesday evening and won 22-0! They are now 6-0 and striving to be district champs! Way to go Harris Hawks! We are so proud of all your efforts. Also, being that October is Breast Cancer awareness month, players Frankie Reyes and Xavier Player pictured above, wore […]

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Coach Keogh Runs 100 miles

Coach Keogh Runs 100 miles

Running – “You have to wonder at times what you’re doing out there. Over the years, I’ve given myself a thousand reasons to keep running, but it always comes back to where it started. It comes down to self-satisfaction and a sense of achievement.” -Steve Prefontaine I am proud to announce that our very own Coach Keogh participated in the 2014 Super […]

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Arts & Entertainment

Annabelle

Annabelle

The newest horror movie that audiences everywhere have been awaiting  is finally here. This terrifying new movie is titled ”Annabelle”. It is a prequel to the movie: “The Conjuring”. This is a movie about a demon that attaches itself to a doll by the name Annabelle. The demon wants the soul of the main character’s […]

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Are you coming to ACL Music Festival?

Are you coming to ACL Music Festival?

Austin City Limits Music Festival took place in Austin, Texas this past weekend in Zilker Park. Many artists  performed including Eminem, Lana Del Rey, Lorde, Iggy Azalea, Calvin Harris, and many more. This music event took place the weekend of October 10th – 12th.

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Orchestra UIL

Orchestra UIL

On Wednesday, March 19th, the Harris Symphonic Orchestra performed for UIL at Krueger Middle School, and they did very well. The Harris Honors Orchestra performed on Thursday, March 20th, for UIL, too. For those who don’t know what UIL involves, it is a school competition where students prepare music to perform in front of judges, […]

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Chiller Challenge

Chiller Challenge

| October 17, 2014 | 0 Comments

Do you like to write stories or poems? If so, you should enter the Hawk Eye News “Chiller Challenge”! All you need to do is write your best chiller story or poem and submit it to Ms. Tindol in Room B104. Make sure your story is school appropriate folks. The challenge begins now and ends on October […]

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The Harris PALS

The Harris PALS

| October 14, 2014 | 0 Comments

The Harris PALS have just finished their second training for peer mediating. During the training, Mr.Frank Rizzo, the peer mediation coordinator, made all the PALS in training role play so they can understand how the peer mediation will go. The PALS also practiced good listening skills. Peer mediating is when PALS help students solve their […]

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6th Grade In-view Test

6th Grade In-view Test

| October 14, 2014 | 0 Comments

All sixth graders have already taken the In-view test. The In-view test is basically placement test that shows where you are. Now, I know for some of you it wasn’t that easy, but the best part now is that it is over. I hope you did well on it, and  I’m sure you did fine. Results should be coming […]

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