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StuCo Hosts Project C.A.R.E. Field Day

StuCo Hosts Project C.A.R.E. Field Day

Cameron Dudzinski, Staff Writer

October 11, 2018

Purple shirts and colorful wristbands fill the Legacy soccer practice fields as students pile into the field day hosted by Student Council. The field day took place on the last day of Project C.A.R.E, and a large amount of students participated in this fundraiser event. Sponsors Kenna Cavnar and Danielle Panzarell...

Project C.A.R.E Planned to Replace Pink Fest

StuCo members plan for upcoming events

Matthew McCoy, Staff Writer

October 8, 2018

Beginning on Oct. 1, Legacy StuCo will host fundraisers and dress up days throughout the week for Project C.A.R.E (Cancer Awareness, Recognition and Education). Around the cafeteria, booths about various cancers will teach student students and adults. Stuco will host a field day Friday on the soccer ...

Debate Hosts Angel Tournament

Kylie Moretz, 11, presents her case on mental health in schools and careers for a debate tournament.

Matthew McCoy, Staff Writer

September 13, 2018

To start this year's debate season, Debate will host a first angel tournament Saturday, Sept. 15 from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Only MISD schools and novice members will participate in this tournament. “We’ve competed at some, but this is completely our own,” Debate president Katlin Nguyen said. “Its ...

Band Summer Rehearsal

Bronco band members rehearse for their upcoming show during the summer.

Brooke Johnson, Staff Writer

September 6, 2018

Clouds fill the early morning, summer sky as band students gather in groups. Cars pull up to the practice field parking lot and students file out. They pull their flags and instruments out with them while others walk down from the band hall to the practice field parking lot. Students make small talk a...

Step Team Holds Tryouts

The capitan of the Step team, Amara Shanks teaches the girls the first and second lieutenant tryout step routine. Tryout dates are on 8/29/18.

Jada Gantt, Staff Writer

August 27, 2018

At fish camp, the halls filled with incoming freshmen and Ms. Bonita Denge, Algebra 2 teacher and team sponsor of the Notorious Steppers entered with the team flyers. Students swarmed her looking for information on the new step team. Ms. Denge will hold leadership position tryouts on August 28 in ...

Theater Hosts Fall Auditions

Eboni Kinnel, 11 and Hannah Reetz, 10 rehearse for an upcoming production.

Kamryn Hannigan, Staff Writer

August 23, 2018

Update: The cast list for "Peter and the Starcatcher" went up on August 24 following auditions. The Boy/Peter- Seth Matthews Molly Aster- Hannah Reetz Black Stache- Katy Thomas Sir Leonard Aster- Andrew Bates Grempkin- Kinsley Stuart-Browne Mack- Kailyn Lott Sanchez- Scout Gonzalez Fighting...

VASE Competition Results

Ashley Owen, 12, earned a medal at the state level for her artwork. Three other students from Legacy also were awarded medals.

Brinley Koenig, Features Editor

May 8, 2018

Four art students-- senior Ashley Owens, senior Destiny Boland, senior Emma Randall and sophomore Amiya Jenkins-- earned medals for their work at the state VASE, Visual Arts Scholastic Event, competition on Friday, April 27 in San Marcos. “I was really surprised when I got [to state] because everythi...

Student Council Visits State Convention

Student Council members throw up their L's in front of Globe Life Park in Arlington. StuCo members attended a state student council convention to learn how to better lead their peers and boost school spirit. Courtesy Photo

Benita Orie, Staff Writer

April 24, 2018

A thrilling aura filled the Student Council room as each member anticipated the annual student council conference. They piled into carpool and headed on their way to enjoy a weekend enriched with a leadership experience that will encourage them to deepen their hearts. This year’s student council state conventi...

Chamber Choir Prepares for Festival Concert

Members of the Legacy Chamber Choir perform. They have prepared for the Festival di Voce all year, and will have a run through performance at the PAC on April 24.

Kathryn Pedroza, Staff Writer

April 24, 2018

Chamber Choir will perform their pre-festival concert on April 24. The performance will be in the PAC at 7 p.m. The choir, including freshman Emily Ledesma, has rehearsed the choral pieces since August. “It’s the only time you’ll get to hear the songs and it’s only 20 minutes long,” Led...

Old Royalty: Journalism Students Win Crowns and Pacemakers

Editors of The Rider Online pose for a photo with the newest addition to their trophy wall: another Newspaper Pacemaker. Legacy Student Media editors traveled to San Francisco to win the Pacemaker, one of the highest awards in student journalism. Both the newspaper and the yearbook are also Crown award recipients. Courtesy Photo

Felicity Veliz, Staff Writer

April 17, 2018

UPDATE Journalism students brought another online newspaper Pacemaker home to Legacy from the JEA/NSPA Spring National High School Journalism Convention. The Rider Online won a Pacemaker and was honored with first place in Best in Show. Journalism adviser Mr. Leland Mallett was named a 2017 Disting...