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NHS application ready for hopeful applicants
Lauryn Chavez | staff writer National Honor Society applications are being sent out to qualified applicants, and will be due on October 9. “Both juniors and seniors can receive applications it's just based on their unweighted GPA,” English teac (More)
Lunch precautions keeping students, staff safe
by Chloe Jordan | staff writer As the phase-in plan continues to move forward, precautions and safety measures are being put into place for lunches. “Students are allowed to eat inside the cafeteria and outdoor courtyard. There are stickers pla (More)
What to do when a device assigned by the school is broken
by Monica Smith | staff writer Students who have been issued an NEISD device could be experiencing technology issues. “That may be you're not hooking up, your screens not working, your password is down or whatever that issue might be,” assistan (More)
Discipline still a concern despite virtual setting
by Chloe Jordan | staff writer While this year has started off distanced and online, campus policies still apply to students. “If somebody’s misbehaving on the Zoom, [teachers] could turn the camera off or [teachers] could remove them from the (More)
Teachers, students take advantage of blended learning time
by Rebecca Griffith | staff writer Teachers will continue to offer tutoring sessions this semester- just in a virtual setting. “Time built into the schedule so students and teachers can take care of their work and themselves,”  English teacher (More)
What do students think about Instagram hiding likes?
by David Kent | staff writer Starting this week, Instagram will begin to hide people’s likes in the US. Senior Liberty Vela feels that this new change will not so much impact her, as it will impact those who center their lives around followers and (More)
Another beneficial resource for material you may have missed
by Ella Wisely | staff writer In high school, you learn so much and it can be hard to remember everything you learn. Lucky for you, teachers sometimes have a helpful source to remember all of the material.  Ap Biology teacher, Oscar Velasquez s (More)
Chick-fil-a vs. Whataburger, which do students prefer?
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Waiving the SAT, ACT fees
by David Kent | staff writer With the school year beginning to come to a close, juniors and seniors alike are scrambling to sign-up for both the SAT and the ACT. For those students who cannot financially afford to pay for the tests, waivers can be (More)
New year, new fitness options
by Alexis McCutchan | staff writer For students looking to save some cash and still wanting to meet their New Year's resolution of staying fit, here are some places that offer discounts or give free sessions to students! Orangetheory fitness. (More)
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