Junior varsity drama has been working on a play called “You Can’t Take It With You”. This play will be about a romantic comedy of two families. The first showing of the performance will be in the auditorium on Dec. 5 from 6 p.m- 7 p.m.
The swim team is having a meet at Josh Davis Natatorium in the Blossom Athletic Center, Saturday Dec. 3.
After watching a Thanksgiving parade last year, Mark Flowers Jr., senior, participated in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York.
JROTC members are taking on the Urban Raider challenge Dec. 2-3, The event will be held at Camp Bullis, consisting of five major events: 5k run, an obstacle course, rope bridge, cross country rescue and an event called the gauntlet.
On Dec. 1, the orchestra department is hosting a fundraiser at EZ’s from 5 p.m – 9 p.m. Senior, Ashton Woods is first chair in varsity orchestra and will play and help host the event.
On Nov. 18 JROTC went on their annual service learning trip, this year they went to the Holocaust Museum where they heard the testimony from a survivor, walked through the museum, and discussed modern day discrimination.
This parody is a remake of the meme, “Are you going to finish that croissant.”
A supermoon is when the moon itself is at its closest point to the Earth. For the next three months the supermoon will take place. This supermoon will be the closest and brightest in 2016. It will also be the largest supermoon since 1948. The next full moon this close the the earth is predicted to happen on Nov. 25, 2034.
Pop show was performed by the PFC on Nov.17 where they performed their songs that they had learned.
Students involved in sports, dance, band, UIL and other extra curricular are anxious to receive their nine weeks report card. When viewing their report card students hope to have a sigh of relief instead a feeling of dread. The nine weeks report card regulates their achievement throughout a time period giving them play time. A grade above 70 determines eligibility for those involved in extra curriculum.