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Update: Band Marches to Area

Kylie Jennings, 11, and Alayah Wilson, 9, pose during their 2019 show, A Window to Our Souls.

Jenna Smith, Staff Writer

October 24, 2019

Update: The band placed seventh in the preliminary round and tied for eighth in finals. This is the first time they performed in area finals since 2013. ------------------------------------------------------------- The Legacy Bronco Band performed their show, “A Window To Our Souls” at the a...

Theater Students Play in the PAC

Fifth and sixth graders stretch at the Legacy Theater Camp. Legacy students hosted the camp in the summer.

McKenzie Canton, Staff Writer

October 23, 2019

“Did anyone see a particular moment for Orpheus?” Theater Arts teacher Ms. Fortune said to her quiet Theater I class.  A few hands shot into the air as Fortune paced the white tiled floors at the front of the room. Students in all grades paid attention to their spunky teacher. Her curly, brigh...

StuCo to Host Homecoming Dance

Kylie Moretz, 12, dances with friends. Students will have a semi-formal dance Saturday, Oct 19.

Jenna Smith, Staff Writer

October 11, 2019

Student Council will host a homecoming dance on Saturday, Oct. 19 from 7:30 to 10 p.m in the cafeteria. Tickets go on sale for $10 on October 1. Prices change to $15 the week of the dance and tickets will cost $20 at the door Saturday night. The theme is “the greatest show on earth.”  In previ...

Review: ‘Eurydice’

Logan Chapman, 12, performs at the preview nigh of Eurydice. Theater's fall show opens Oct. 3-6.

Cameron Dudzinski, Staff Writer

October 3, 2019

Legacy Theater students performed their fall show, “Eurydice” a Greek tragedy with a modern twist. The show follows the journey of Eurydice from life to death and love to loss. Being on the stage alone brings the viewer into a fuller experience, and before the show can even begin, the vibe of t...

Bucky Returns to Cheer Team

Maisy Inlow, 10, mascots as Bucky at the Blackout Game against Crowley.

Matthew McCoy, News Editor

September 19, 2019

Bucky the entertainer, the crowd-pleaser, the dancer, the troublemaker, the Bronco, is back. After a year without his face at games and pep rallies, Coach Jessica Watson, as well as other cheer tryout judges, chose sophomore Maisy Inlow for the job.  Inlow worked through the summer to create Bucky’s personality....

Key Club Meets For The First Time This Year

Key Club Meets For The First Time This Year

Jordyn Folsom, Features Editor

September 12, 2019

Students sign in as they file into Ms. Teague’s dim-lit room. Algebra teacher Ms. Gross greets members of Key Club before they take their seats in the crowded room. President Camila Brown stands at the front of the room, ready to begin her presentation. As soon as everyone sits down, Brown begins...

Stuco Hosts Black Out Week

Stuco Hosts Black Out Week

Sarah Akande, Sports Editor

September 4, 2019

Black Out Week will run from Sept 3 to Sept 6. StuCo has planned several activities as well as dress-up days throughout the week. Junior Amber Trammell and her student council group organized the week with hopes of elevating student participation in school events. “Black Out is a way for our students to re...

Theater Holds Auditions For Mission Improvable

Students perform at last year's improv show. This year's auditions for Mission Improvable took place on Wednesday, Aug 21.

Cameron Dudzinski, Staff Writer

August 27, 2019

The house seats filled with students who signed in to their auditions for the Improv team, Mission Improvable. With close to 40 students auditioning the stage and house felt alive and full of energy. As everyone settled into their seats, the directors Mr. Jeremy Ferman and Ms. Sarah Fortune shared wo...

Student Council to Host Annual Senior Sunrise

Seniors capture the moment as balloons fly into the air at Senior Sunrise on Aug. 30. (Seth Miller photo)

Brinley Koenig, Editor-In-Chief

August 21, 2019

  StuCo will host the annual senior sunrise for the class of 2020 on Aug. 19 at 6:30 a.m. at the Legacy football fields. Students are encouraged to bring blankets, and StuCo will provide a cereal bar and donuts. This tradition symbolizes the start of a senior's last year of grade school. At the e...

Art Students Succeed At State Vase

Senior Kelsey Roberts and junior Trinity Mongare received the highest rating for their artwork at the State VASE competition.

Ryland Mallett, Editor-In-Chief

May 8, 2019

At the Art State Vase competition in San Marcos, Texas, five art students qualified for the competition and all received the highest rating on April 27. “They did great,” Art teacher Shane Skinner said. “I am very proud of them. My kids worked really hard and I know Mrs. Veselka’s kids w...