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7 Summer Jobs

7 Summer Jobs

Megan Humphrey, Staff Writer

June 10, 2019


Filed under Recent Stories, Weekly List

The opportunity to sleep in, lay in the sun and hang out with friends has come. It is finally summer and with that, no school. It is the perfect time to find a job and make some money. Lifeguard If you like spending time outside by the pool, then this is the perfect job for you. In order to work a...

Final Blog: Jazmine Necessary

Final Blog: Jazmine Necessary

Jazmine Necessary, Editor In Chief

May 27, 2019


Filed under Blogs & Columns, Recent Stories

My past has followed me through all four years of high school. A version of myself I have tried to run away from, but nobody else had let go of. One day I realized I could not run from it. This ghost of my past shows up on my snapchat memories and my time hop everyday to remind me of what was. Her t...

Final Blog: Benita Orie

Final Blog: Benita Orie

Benita Orie, Staff Writer

May 24, 2019


Filed under Blogs & Columns, Recent Stories

From the moment I stepped foot into high school, I have looked forward to my last day of it. graduation. Now, I don't want to go. It's bittersweet as everyone says to look back on all of the memories. I have met and formed bonds with so many people and to depart from them after so long is way hard. I wi...

Final Blog: Christian Estrada

Final Blog: Christian Estrada

Christian Estrada, Staff Writer

May 21, 2019


Filed under Blogs & Columns, Recent Stories

There's a lot of things people don't know about me. Throughout high school I always thought I would have a relatively “normal” senior year, until it actually hit me. It probably hit me when I wasn't allowed in my own home anymore. I have never felt so alone in my life. I have never felt so l...

JROTC Welcomes New Instructor

JROTC Welcomes New Instructor

Cameron Dudzinski, Staff Writer

May 21, 2019


Filed under Personalities, Recent Stories

With the absence of Sergeant Major Smith, there was an empty space left in the bronco battalion. With the initiative to apply for the spot, Sean Lee Johnson accepts the role as the Bronco Battalion’s new Senior Army Instructor (SAI). In a whole new state and environment, Johnson adjusts fast to the...

Final Blog: Kathryn Pedroza

Final Blog: Kathryn Pedroza

Kathryn Pedroza, Editor In Chief

May 17, 2019


Filed under Blogs & Columns, Recent Stories

I hate change. Things that stay the same are my favorites, Christmas traditions, old movies, family friends whatever if it hasn’t changed in 10 years – I love it. But this year has been nothing but change, and I’ve had to learn to deal with it and embrace whatever comes my way. But this whol...

Update: StuCo Election Candidates

Update: StuCo Election Candidates

Staff, Staff Writer

May 10, 2019


Filed under News, Politician, Recent Stories

  The 2019-2020 Student Council representatives are listed below. Student Body Parliamentarian: Beau Kilgore Senior Class President: Landrie Lewellen Senior Class Vice President: Iyanna Nunn Junior Class President: Ana Pacheco Junior Class Vice President:  Casey Burkham --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Stude...

MISD School Board Election Candidates

MISD School Board Election Candidates

Matthew McCoy, News Editor

May 10, 2019


Filed under News, Politician, Recent Stories

The unofficial votes for Place 3, Place 4 and Place 5 have been counted and winners will be canvassed at a called school board meeting on Tuesday, May 14 at the Center. Here are your school board election winners. Place 3: Randall Canedy Place 4: Raul Gonzalez Place 5: Karen Marcucii --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Early...

Art Students Succeed At State Vase

Art Students Succeed At State Vase

Ryland Mallett, Editor-In-Chief

May 8, 2019


Filed under Clubs & Organizations, News, Recent Stories

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...

Blog: Coachella 2019

Blog: Coachella 2019

Jazmine Necessary, Editor in Chief

May 8, 2019


Filed under Blogs & Columns, Recent Stories

My best friend and I planned this trip at the beginning of 2018 and began to work and save money to afford the trip (as I am a high school student who can’t casually drop $430 on a music festival on a whim). Day 1: Our flight left for LAX at 6 am on Friday morning and we arrived in California at...