Hiking Promotes Good Health

Trace Furlong, Staff Reporter

January 15, 2020

Have you ever wanted to hike through the 700 miles of trails in the gorgeous Glacier National Park in Montana? Or the wooded Smoky Mountains National Park, stretching from Tennessee to North Carolina? Maybe something local to Texas,...

Joining the Military has Benefits

Emma Alanis, Staff Reporter

January 2, 2020

I don’t know about you, but these days, I don’t hear high school students talking about joining the military. Instead I hear too much about students wanting to be the next college football star or dreams to be in the NBA, goi...

Toddler Sees Good in All Things

Haylee Blair and Mackenzie Suarez

January 2, 2020

Four-year-old Alissa Galindo was diagnosed with Retinoblastoma shortly after she was born.  Retinoblastoma is a VERY rare disease. There are fewer than 20,000 cases diagnosed every year.The cancer starts with cells going o...

September is national Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. Seventh grader Reid Smith tells his story.

Child Cancer Survivor

October 31, 2019

Investing in Others is a Life Skill

Annie Young, Staff Reporter

October 21, 2019

Each day during PRIDE-time, Meet in the Middle club members leave their classrooms to work with ALE (Alternative Learning Environment) students.   “Meet in the Middle is a club that helps the campus by doing activities that promote di...

Do Video Games Affect Students Grades?

Emily Worley, writer

December 11, 2018

You probably play video games. But does it make it harder to do school work? Video games can make it hard for students to work. They aren't healthy for working students. They can cause procrastination. Some students don't ...

Bullying Ends Now

Alexa Riojas and writer

December 11, 2018

There are many types of bullying like cyber bullying, physical bullying,verbal bullying and many more which we should try to prevent.     Bullying  or being bullied is not fun.If you are getting bullied you need to t...

School, Socializing, and Schedules

Alayna Barrera, Writer

December 11, 2018

Many students today are stressed out, to be specific..stressed about school. So many students these days are so affected by the stress that comes from school, that they have no motivation to actually come to school. This can cause ...

Dress code unfair, targets girls

Alizabeth Valle, Writer

December 11, 2018

According to school rules here and across America, clothes that are  “revealing” or “a distraction” should not be allowed in school. However, some say that dress code is unfair and biased, targeting mostly girls. &nb...


Keshawn Malone, Writer

December 11, 2018

    Have you ever thought of what goes on with teens at school and at home? Now think about 8% of those teens that are either bi, gay, lesbian, or anything part of the LGBTQ+ community, how do you think their lives ar...

Divorce hurts, but you have to handle it in your own way

Devon DelGrego, writer

December 11, 2018

When parents get divorced, it hurts, doesn’t it? That is exactly what happened to two Corbett students Kiley Leggett and Mackenzie Suarez.   Kiley Leggett, a seventh grader, told me that her parents got divorced… an...

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