On Sunday Feb. 5 the Super Bowl took place at NRG stadium in Houston, Texas. New England Patriots defeated the Atlanta Falcons with a score of 34-28.
The film Split first aired Friday Jan. 20, some theaters offered showings Thursday at midnight.
On Saturday Jan. 28 and Sunday Jan. 29, cheer, dance and pep squad will be holding a performance taking part in one singular sensation, along with other schools from the district at Blossom Littleton gym.
Choir students prepare for their concert being held Dec. 8 at 7 p.m., in the auditorium.
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.
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.
For the Blue and White get down and fight fight fight! On Nov. 3, the varsity football team finished up the season only winning 2 games. Holding their dignity high, the boys finished off with outstanding achievement.
Bonjour, Wednesday Oct 26 French honor students, will be heading downtown to study more of French culture at the Texas Institute of Cultures. In addition they’re pen pals with a group of students from Burgundy, France; they will be exchanging photos of their trip with them.
Picture yourself getting the opportunity to become an exchange student, leaving the U.S to another country. All the new things you’d get to experience and become accustomed to would be thrilling and quite interesting. For Rita Garcia-De-Borito the process was hard, especially having to study a new language since she didn’t already know English, adapting to a new environment, and coping with new people. As she has settled in, Rita claims it has gotten so much easier than it was from the start.
Day by day, schools tend to use up excessive amounts of paper. Most of the time it ends up back in the bottom of a trash can or for those who are a bit more considerate, a recycling bin. One sheet could mean nothing, but for a tree it’s quite a big deal.