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Senior Micah Espree achieved the rank of Eagle Scout in the Boy Scouts of America program in April 2022. Espree celebrated with friends and family in August 2022.
Top Story
Micah Espree: Finally an Eagle
Connor Whitfill, Staff Writer • September 20, 2022

The dingy church hall remains silent as the audience listens to Nikki Espree call out senior Micah Espree’s achievements. Once he finishes, the crowd of Micah’s friends, family and fellow scouts fill the church hall with claps and cheers for the new Eagle Scout. Out of the seven ranks in the  Boy Scouts of America, the Eagle Scout rank remains the highest...

Bronco Minute 9-22
News
Bronco Minute 9-22
Claire Carney, Social Media Manager • September 22, 2022
Senior Paul Summers II performs an elevated pistol squat during summer strength and conditioning.
Sports
Paul Summers II: Leadership in a New Location
Jonah Pedroza, Sports Editor • September 1, 2022
Mr. Alejandro Quintero checks each interior and exterior doors every period to ensure they are shut, locked and in working condition.
Personalities
Alejandro Quintero: Walking with a Purpose
Colin Nguyen, Staff Writer • September 13, 2022
20 Choir Students Awarded All-State Awards
Visual Stories
20 Choir Students Awarded All-State Awards
Ruby Diaz, Social Media Manager • September 21, 2022

Daily Photos


Features


Mr. Alejandro Quintero checks each interior and exterior doors every period to ensure they are shut, locked and in working condition.
Alejandro Quintero: Walking with a Purpose
Colin Nguyen, Staff Writer • September 13, 2022
Gage del Angel, 9, works in class while listening to music. A study shows music may be integral in lessening the effects of depression.
Gage del Angel: Memories Through Music
Eva Gurung, Staff Writer • April 28, 2022
Former Legacy Geometry  teacher, Madison Carrier helps a student work on an assignment. [File Photo]
Teaching Through a Pandemic: When Is It Too Much?
Abigail Morris, Staff Writer • May 9, 2022

Another fight. Another form to complete. Another meeting to attend. Another safety procedure. Another drill. Another insurance cost increase. Another night of no sleep because of stress. Teaching since the COVID-19 shutdown, with the unbalance between pay and workload, has caused teachers to rethink their career choice. Whether or not it’s time to retire or find another profession, multiple studies confirm one in four teachers want out.   “A person who enters teaching knows they aren’t doing it for economic success,” Mr. John Davis, physics teacher, said. “But teachers also care about their students’...

PTA began selling cookies again Sept. 14. Students can purchase two cookies for $1 during advisory and all lunches on most Wednesdays and Fridays. Photo by Vyshnavi Bisani on Unsplash
PTSA Cookies Return for the New School Year
Cameron Hooper, Staff Writer • September 21, 2022
Bronco Minute 9-16
Bronco Minute 9-16
Claire Carney, Social Media Manager • September 16, 2022
Top 5 Crumbl Cookies
Top 5 Crumbl Cookies
Blake Hinerman, Assistant Editor • September 19, 2022
Senior Bucket List
Senior Bucket List
Leilani Fierro, Editor in Chief • September 12, 2022

LBTV


Bronco Minute 9-22
Bronco Minute 9-16
Senior Slip 'N Slide Kickball
Bronco Minute 9-9

Opinions


Despite different efforts to reengage students in the classroom, districts across the state of Texas have resorted to banning cell phones in school completely. Photo by Sincerely Media on Unsplash
Opinion: Banning Cell Phones in the Classroom Won't Fix Student Engagement
Abigail Morris, News Editor • September 8, 2022

As more Texas school districts prohibit phone use, school boards are discussing the possibility, and Mansfield ISD could soon join the conversation. Rather than restricting all personal devices, the district should consider alternate ways of improving student behavior and enforcing rules already in place.  When students use their phones at inappropriate times, the Student Code of Conduct allows campus staff to send the phones to the bookkeeper where they can be picked up for a fee. This rule has relaxed over time, and consequently, phone use has increased. Students take the teachers’ leniency for granted, and until the...

The steampunk-style animation aired on Netflix on Nov. 6, 2021. Photo by Riot Games
Arcane: Steampunk Animation Premieres
Connor Whitfill, Staff Writer • September 21, 2022
The Cuphead Show released its second season Aug. 19, 2022. The new season features new characters and 13 new episodes. Photo by NetflixLife
Cuphead Season Two: Another Hot Brew
Connor Whitfill, Staff Writer • September 16, 2022
With the Queens recent passing, Hinerman writes about the difficulty of death, yet the comfort of remembering those lost.
Here One Day, Gone The Next
Blake Hinerman, Assistant Editor • September 22, 2022
Senior Isaiah Manning writes about his journey to college commitment. Manning has committed to play basketball at TCU in Fort Worth, Texas.
Isaiah Manning: Beginning as a Horned Frog
Isaiah Manning, Staff Writer • September 15, 2022
Nina Banks, 12, challenges the stereotypes of high school as she reflects on the past four years of her life.
Final Blog
Nina Banks, Assistant Editor • May 26, 2022
McKenzie Canton, Editor-In-Chief, talks about the ending of high school.
Final Blog
McKenzie Canton, Editor-in-Chief • May 26, 2022
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