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Dallas Cowboys Off Season Moves

Dallas Cowboys Off Season Moves

The Dallas Cowboys have made some good and bad moves this off-season. As free agency started a few weeks ago, the Cowboys released all-time sack leader DeMarcus Ware and cut veteran reciever Miles Austin. While these moves saved money, they also could effect the future of the Cowboys. They signed Jeremy Mincey to fill the […]

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Farewell, Angel

Farewell, Angel

Angel, many may have known her as just that, and angel. Some may have known her for her kindness and just how nice she was to complete strangers. I know her as the girl who is passionate about anything that will keep her going, such as this newspaper that she worked on. Angel, along with […]

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Harris Wellness Festival

Harris Wellness Festival

Next week, Harris will be having a Wellness Festival. It is on Friday, March 28th, at Dr. Bernard Harris Middle School. It runs from  5:00 PM-  8:00 PM, and there is no admission to enter. The tickets to play the games are fifty cents, and there will be a ton of food and prizes, too. […]

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Sports

San Antonio Spurs on a Winning Streak

San Antonio Spurs on a Winning Streak

The San Antonio Spurs have now won 13 straight games, a season high for the team. Thirteen straight games ties the Spur’s record in the Duncan/Popovich Era. (Duncan was drafted in 1997.) Over the past few weeks, the Spurs have played great, and  they have the best record in the NBA. The Spurs are now […]

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The Boys are at It Again

The Boys are at It Again

  It’s time for the basketball tourney, so the guys are ready to  get down to business. The 8th grade boys will be playing at home this weekend. How ’bout that advantage? The 7th grade boys will be traveling all the way to Wood to get their game on. The tournament starts this Friday, February […]

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Super Bowl 2014

Super Bowl 2014

This year’s Super Bowl will be the Denver Broncos vs. the Seattle Seahawks in an exciting match-up. The Broncos have the best offense in the NFL, and the Seahawks have the best defense, which means it has the potential to be a great game. Each team came into the playoffs as the best team in […]

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Arts & Entertainment

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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Disney Pop Show

Disney Pop Show

Our Harris Choir is currently preparing for a pop show! The Harris Choir would love to see you there on May 29th and 30th, so make plans to attend and support the choir. This year’s pop show theme is Disney. Our amazing students will be singing famous Disney songs, so I am sure you will […]

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Flawless

Flawless

Yes, typically teenagers hate seeing photoshopped models on the cover of magazines, such as Seventeen magazine. Well, turns out 75,000 girls have a problem with it according to the article in Huffington Post “One School Girl’s Protest of Seventeen Magazine–Now 75,000 Strong”. A teenager named Julia Bluhm petitioned for teen magazines to get the photoshopped […]

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Features

San Antonio Rodeo

San Antonio Rodeo

When you think about the rodeo , you usually visualize hundreds of cowboys dancing to country music , but that’s not all that goes down. We have concerts where celebrities come and perform, lots of food , and games. At the rodeo, our very own Mackinzee Swetman, 7th grade student at Harris Middle School,  was invited […]

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When Will Our Harris Hawk Make Another Appearance?

When Will Our Harris Hawk Make Another Appearance?

This school year was our first year since we have been open that we have had an actual school mascot. Needless to say, our whole campus was ecstatic to see our very own mascot make an appearance at our last academic pep rally. I think I can speak for many, we are all looking forward […]

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Meet the Harris Headlines Staff

Meet the Harris Headlines Staff

Meet our fabulous Staff! Maria, an 8th grade quirky, avid reader, loves to write. Angel, an 8th grade fashionable diva, loves to read Fanfics. Nick, an 8th grade sports fanatic loves to write. Ashlee, an 8th grade comedian, loves being the Editor of the Harris Headlines. Madi, a 7th grade fun-loving gal, loves to play […]

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Other Recent Posts

For all the Pizza Lovers

For all the Pizza Lovers

| February 14, 2014 | 0 Comments

Do you love food?  I know I DO. Some of y’all might love the pizza from Pizza Hut, but if you want the good stuff, you need to go to Mars Pizza. They have the best cheese pizza ever. Not only do they have the best pizza ever,  the way they have their restaurant designed is creative […]

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Sleep Deprivation = Bad News

Sleep Deprivation = Bad News

| February 14, 2014 | 0 Comments

Before you decide to pull a “all-nighter,” think about the negative effects that you will suffer through the next day. Research shows that brain tissue is damaged after your body has been deprived of sleep. “Epidemiologists noticed that people who work in the morning or late at night, or who lack sleep in general- have […]

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Sweet Success

Sweet Success

| February 14, 2014 | 0 Comments

The world in general may be afraid of many things. Wars, food shortages, poverty, Sharknado probably, but the scariest is the one we spend our entire life’s preparing for – college. According to Ken Bain, there are many ways to be successful in college. Bain wrote the book What The Best College Students Should Do. […]

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