UIL Roundup Next Thursday

Julissa Duran, Staff Reporter   NEISD will kick off the 2022-23 Academic UIL season next Thursday, September 29. This year the district will include 29 different contests for all eligible high school students.    UIL offers a multitude of events ranging from literary criticism, to robotics, and even debate. Those who wish to participate are required to attend practice at […]

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16 de Septiembre

Edder Martinez, Staff Reporter   The Fifteenth of September marks the beginning of hispanic heritage month and the day after, the sixteenth of September marks Mexican Independence Day. ISA Spanish Honor Society celebrated this occasion by performing music and dances for ISA students.    Thursday The Spanish Honors Society hosted its first dieciséis de septiembre event in two years during […]

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Where Did All the Trash Cans Go?

Ashley Patterson, Staff Reporter   LEE High School since the start of the 2022-2023 school year has moved all cafeteria trash cans outside during lunch periods. After lunch, students are prompted to throw their trash outside in appropriate receptacles. This may be convenient to students dining outside, but it leaves students inside and janitors with multiple problems.     “It would […]

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Tardy Round-up Here to Stay

Jennifer Hernandez, Staff Reporter   Many students were shocked to see the new tardy round-up program this 2022-23 school year at LEE High School. English teacher Ms. Amanda Towers has taken charge of rounding up stragglers in the hallways during lunch periods to prevent students from avoiding classes.   “There are consequences for ignoring the rules, you can’t hide, so […]

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Counselors Maintain Positivity Amid Stressful Start to School Year

Ashley Patterson, Staff Reporter   Everybody knows how stressful the start of school can be, but nobody knows it like the counselors. LEE High School’s counselors are frantically trying to appease worried students as they’re flooded with scheduling mistakes, course requests, and college application questions. These dedicated staff members and their hard work are being overshadowed by the rush and […]

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Overcrowding Plagues New School Year

Julissa Duran, Staff Reporter   On August 10, LEE High School opened its doors for the 2022-2023 school year bringing in a rush of students, and overcrowded classrooms.    Within the first few days many teachers found themselves with 35-45 students in classrooms meant to hold only 30. Many began to worry about how it would affect work division during […]

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Bungie Be Jumpin’

Chris Loustaunau, Staff Reporter   On Jan. 31 Sony announced that they will be buying out Bungie Inc. Now that Sony has Bungie, they finally have a competition with other flagship games, while Microsoft has Minecraft and Halo. Sony just bought the company of the game that made worldwide sales and put Microsoft Xbox on the board. Sony believes that […]

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