China’s Strict Video Game Regulations: How They Affect The US

Christopher Fisher, Staff Reporter   China is notorious when it comes to policies and regulations within their country. One of those policies include their regulations concerning video games.  These policies date back to the early 2000s when they had a console ban still lasting to present day. August 30th, 2021 is the day the Chinese released new regulations to their […]

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District Responds to Sub Shortage

Chris Loustaunau, Staff Reporter   With the increase of teacher covid cases it’s inevitable that substitute teachers will have to fill in. However, it has become increasingly difficult to find substitute teachers when some of them don’t want to take the jobs due to the risk of catching the virus themselves. Some substitute teachers take a job everyday, so the […]

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Parking Tickets Plague Students, Teachers

Lesly Rodriguez,   Staff Reporter   Tuesday, January 4, marked the second strike on the cars parked around the LEE campus by City Police Parking Enforcement. A few weeks earlier, just before break, officers descended leaving behind dozens of parking tickets on the vehicles parked by the athletic facility and parked into the neighborhood on Orland Park. Coaches, teachers, staff, and […]

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Tragic Car Crash Near Johnson High School

Maria Yesenia Velasquez, Staff Reporter On Saturday, January 8 two Johnson High School students died in a fiery car crash near Bulverde Road and TPC Parkway near campus. The two students were identified as 17-year-old Ziv Hoodani and 16-year-old Gabriel Lee Juarez. The reason for the crash is unknown at this time.                                                                                                                                             Students and staff throughout NEISD have been affected […]

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An American In Paris

Christopher Fisher, Staff Reporter   On Friday, November 5 the NESA auditorium was filled with music, dancing, and applause.  An American in Paris, a musical performed by NESA ran on Fridays-Sundays for the first two weekends of the month. An American in Paris follows Jerry Mulligan, a retired WW2 veteran, hoping to make a name for himself, using his artistic […]

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SPOTLIGHT: NESA CREATIVE WRITING

Madison Munoz,    Staff Reporter On Saturday, October 9, NESA’s Creative Writing majors put on their first show of the year. The show, Lore, featured poems, scripts, and musicals, written by Creative Writing majors. Lore was a cross major production, meaning the Creative Writing department got to collaborate with other NESA majors. Instrumental Music students played alongside the reading of […]

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Celebrating Dia De Los Muertos

Marissa Estrada, Staff Reporter Dia De Los Muertos (The Day Of The Dead) is a holiday that originated in Mexico. The holiday is about honoring lost loved ones and ancestors, and is celebrated by welcoming the dead with music, food, and dancing.    Nov. 1 and 2 are El Dia De Los Inocente, or Day of the Innocents, referring to […]

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History and Impact of Comic-Con

Chris Loustaunau, Staff Reporter   Comic-Con is a convention with loads of different attractions every year, all over the world. Usually, in the U.S. each state hosts one Comic-Con annually. Comic-Con is an enjoyable experience for anyone with interests ranging from anime, gaming, cinema, and more. In San Antonio, they host the event in the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center, […]

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Students Elect First Non-Binary Homecoming King

Maria Yesenia Velasquez, Staff Reporter     Elections in schools have always been important to many students. For the homecoming court, all grades are able to elect one female and one male student to represent them. However, for the first time in LEE and ISA’s history, there was someone elected that fit neither of those categories. Carter McManus (12) was […]

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Theater Review: Eurydice

Xander Scout, Staff Reporter   LEE Theater’s fall production, Eurydice, opened on Thursday, September 30. Eurydice is a play based on Greek mythology and focuses on the famous love story of Orpheus and Eurydice from Eurydice’s perspective.   The play, while lackluster in the beginning, picked up at the halfway point when it really felt like the actors got into […]

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Beloved Teacher Lost to Covid-19

Lesly Rodriguez, Staff Reporter The morning of Thursday, September 2, LEE High School sustained its first loss due to the Covid-19 pandemic when Special Education math teacher, Ms. Laurie Marrero, passed away at her home due to complications from the virus.    Ms. Marrero was diagnosed with Covid-19 about a month before her passing according to information provided to Principal […]

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Students Stay Home in Wake of Threat

Yesenia Velasquez, Staff Reporter LEE High School was the subject of a social media shooting threat on Monday, September 6. The Labor Day post, which appeared on both Instagram and Snapchat warned of a possible shooting when students returned from the long weekend on Tuesday, leaving many students concerned about the legitimacy of this threat and their safety on campus […]

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