by Isai Carmona | staff writer Summer began, and Joe Sweeney was ready to kick back and relax in his precious moments of vacation, which would soon be ruined by yet another year of school. However, one thing...
Here’s a list of ten things you can do over the summer to stay organized and productive.
Superintendent Sean Maika came on-campus to discuss the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on the district, not only health-wise, but also how school closures and remote learning will continue to effect schools in the future.
Humanity has made many mistakes over its long existence, most at the cost of the environment, and its important we understand why.
Since the pandemic began in March 2020, there haven't been enough fast food workers to accomodate for the rapid increases in business. Local businesses hope to change that.
by Isai Carmona | Staff Writer Freshmen and newcomers each witnessed this school year completely dissimilar from planned and or expected. Still, there remains not one but many others who experienced their school year from a different perspective. America...
The virtual learning environment has made it difficult for students to be successful in class. Teachers and students alike have been changing how they approach their work to help increase grades.
On April 6, 2021, Bill Miller's Bar-B-Q increased their minimum wage to $12, not to mention they increased every current employee's wage by a dollar. With Texas not seeing a minimum wage increase since 2009, this new offer is a hard bargain considering the job title.
Every student knows that with the end of the school year approaching, there's also a group project bound to be assigned in every class. But with half the school being online and the other half in-person, the projects are going to be looking a bit different this year.