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Rattlers Reflect on Rocket’s Victory

Rattlers Reflect on Rocket’s Victory

As the clock is winding down, the scene is coming to an end. Judson players are already celebrating, starting senior safety Garrett Strauss is red in the face from yelling at the defense, and quarterback Kellen Mond sits with ice on his knee, head down. The tears are starting to form in some players eyes, and […]

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Schedule Information for Semester Exams

Schedule Information for Semester Exams

From Dec 16 through 19 students will be taking their semester exams. They are being put to the test as the exam could easily make or break their final grades, as the exams count for 20%. Anyone can be eligible to exempt their semester exams if they fulfill the requirements. If you have an 80 […]

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Robotics Competition

Robotics Competition

 

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Rattler Sports

Reagan Football Quarterfinals Preview

Reagan Football Quarterfinals Preview

In the fourth round of the playoffs, the Rattlers will play the Judson Rockets at Judson Stadium on Friday. With starting quarterback Kellen Mond injured and back up quarterback Cade Bormet with a broken thumb, it is unclear who will be playing this week. However, with both teams fairly evenly matched on both sides of […]

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Rattlers Ready for Playoff Run

Rattlers Ready for Playoff Run

The Rattlers defeated the Rangers in a hard fought game that ended in a 21-14 victory for the Rattlers. During the game,  it was unclear what the outcome would be up until the very end when quarterback Kellen Mond rushed for 208 yards. With two blocked punts and one blocked field goal, the Rangers put […]

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Rattlers End The Chargers Streak

Rattlers End The Chargers Streak

The Rattlers took on the Churchill Chargers on homecoming week and quite possibly the most important game of the season thus far. The Chargers being undefeated had everything to lose, due to the fact whoever won would have the top record in the district. The Rattlers have been on a roll winning their last 5 […]

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Arts & Entertainment

Fall Trend of 2014

Fall Trend of 2014

Fall is the season of orange leaves, pumpkin scented candles, approaching holidays, and best of all, fall clothes. Scarves, mittens, sweaters and cute boots is the time of year every fashionista waits for the most.  As they mix and match accessories while being comfortable in the chilly weather, boys are also embellishing the season with […]

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Disco Alien

Disco Alien

Comic by Jetty Crittenden.

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Finding Out Mary Lambert’s “Secrets”

Finding Out Mary Lambert’s “Secrets”

Refreshing. Mary Lambert’s new hit single “Secrets” is refreshing. All too often on the pop music scene, the songs detail wild parties and fame, but “Secrets” is a song that you can relate to. This song is all about embracing your flaws and accepting yourself. Lambert’s blunt, unapologetic lyrics contrast the poppy and light beat. […]

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Features

Unmasqueing Student Council

Unmasqueing Student Council

A look at the faces behind homecoming.

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A New Page In Pageants

A New Page In Pageants

The pageant game is no joking matter. From entry costs, pageant outfits, makeup, to preparation, the stress can really stack up. However, one Reagan student is stepping up to the challenge, and taking on the pageant world.

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Watt’s Up Mrs. Watts?

Watt’s Up Mrs. Watts?

New year, New teachers. Get to know Reagan’s new math teacher, Mrs. Watts!

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Hallway Tunes For School Blues

Hallway Tunes For School Blues

A playlist of songs to get you through the school day.

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School Clinics Should Have More Treatment Options

School Clinics Should Have More Treatment Options

Students should be able to receive medicine for minor ailments while on campus

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House Bill 5 Changes the Way Students Plan Their Future

House Bill 5 Changes the Way Students Plan Their Future

House Bill 5 takes effective in the 2014-2015 school year, and it works towards giving students more options after graduating, whether they choose to further their education or go straight into the workforce. Also included is a decrease in the number of STAAR tests taken at the end of every year, going from a required […]

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In Other News

Robotics Clinic

Robotics Clinic

| November 21, 2014 | 0 Comments

     

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Major Fair Gives Major Opportunity

Major Fair Gives Major Opportunity

| November 12, 2014 | 0 Comments

This Saturday, November 15, there will be a Major Fair. Students can come and discover different types of potential majors they can delve into once they reach college.

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