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AP Physics Students Launch Rockets

AP Physics Students Launch Rockets

Jazmine Necessary, Staff Writer

January 12, 2018


Filed under Moments, News, Recent Stories

The classroom buzzes with excited chatter as students grab the rockets that they have worked on for four weeks. Today, they would they would finally launch them. Physics teacher Mr. John Davis quiets the room and starts to explain the procedure for the day including how they would calculate the final...

Legacy Exceeds Goal for Toys for Tots Donations

Legacy Exceeds Goal for Toys for Tots Donations

Tori Greene, Arena Photo Editor

December 12, 2017


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Legacy students participated in the MISD Toys for Tots event on Dec. 6 that raised over 3,000 toys for children in need. Many clubs and organizations participated in the event. body{min-height:500px}.playbuzz-bp-full-screen{z-index: 2147483647; left: 0; top: 0; background: #fff; width: 100%; height: 100%; position: fixed !important}.playbuzz-bp-full-screen .pb_feed_placeholder...

Toys For Tots Event Excites Mansfield

Toys For Tots Event Excites Mansfield

Major Melson and Brooke Johnson

December 12, 2017


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[Update] Cool air. The laughter and the joy. Families from all around gathered at The Center for a special event: Toys for Tots. All the schools participated in this event collected a sum of 3,583 toys to deliver to children and families who, unfortunately, can’t afford them. “Marching for...

MISD to Switch to Coca-Cola Machines

MISD to Switch to Coca-Cola Machines

Ashley Bow, Personalities Editor

December 8, 2017


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[UPDATE] After nearly two months without soda machines on MISD campuses, the Coca-Cola machines have arrived. This gap occurred because, before installing new machines, Coca-Cola resourced the number of machines needed and surveyed all MISD campuses to ensure they provided the best number of machines ...

Who Let The D.O.G.S. Out?

Who Let The D.O.G.S. Out?

Brooke Johnson and Brinley Koenig

December 6, 2017


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Dads at Mary Jo Sheppard Elementary, Nancy Neal Elementary, Donna Shepard Intermediate and Linda Jobe Middle greet students with high fives and stickers as they walk through the doors in the morning. Mr. Chad Lovell, the lead volunteer of the program, stands at one of the doors with a smile on his face...

JV Silver Spurs Teach Line Dancing at National Journalism Convention

JV Silver Spurs Teach Line Dancing at National Journalism Convention

Ryland Mallett, Staff Writer

December 3, 2017


Filed under Clubs & Organizations, Moments, News, Top Story

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Musical Theater Spreads Christmas Cheer

Musical Theater Spreads Christmas Cheer

Kathryn Pedroza and Cameron Dudzinski

November 29, 2017


Filed under Clubs & Organizations, Moments, News

“The best way to spread christmas cheer is singing loud for all to hear.” After hearing this quote, a picture of Will Ferrell dressed in a green elf costume in the middle of Gimbels might come to mind from the movie Elf. However the Legacy Musical Theater class will perform the holiday story on...

How to Adult: Black Friday

How to Adult: Black Friday

Felicity Veliz, Staff Writer

November 21, 2017


Filed under How to Adult, News

Black Friday may be the craziest shopping day of the whole year. There’s so much to expect that most people aren’t prepared for. Down below are a few ways to have the safest and most successful Black Friday possible:   Make a list Already have an idea of what you’re looking for beforehand. This elim...

Art Program Hosts Event to Help Hunger

Art Program Hosts Event to Help Hunger

Jose Cruz, Yearbook Copy Editor

November 14, 2017


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 The fight against hunger in the community comes to a head on November 14. On Tuesday, MISD will host its inaugural Empty Bowls event from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Center for Performing Arts in order to raise money in the fight against hunger. The event is free for all to attend but a catered meal...

Battle Of The Classes

Battle Of The Classes

Isabella Modderman, Staff Writer

November 13, 2017


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What is Battle of the Classes? Throughout the week, beginning November 13, classes will hold spirit nights and canned food collections in order to raise money for each class. The Freshman will battle against the Sophomores, while the Juniors face the Seniors. During the week, starting on Monday with paja...