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The Rider Online | Legacy HS Student Media

Covering the Bronco Nation.

The Rider Online | Legacy HS Student Media

Covering the Bronco Nation.

The Rider Online | Legacy HS Student Media

Students in Theatre take part in building the set for their productions.

Fine Art Classes See Reduction in Enrollment

Connor Whitfill, Staff Writer October 14, 2021

Out of the 2,482 students at Legacy this year, only a small percent participate in fine art electives like band and choir. Although enrollment is higher, students are not engaging in extracurricular activities...

Swimmers Set Times for Future Meets

Swimmers Set Times for Future Meets

Brooklyn Hilmes , Photographer October 13, 2021

"Warming up before a race is important t prepare your body for the race you are about to do. It allows your muscles to prepare so they aren't as in much shock whenever you begin a race. Warming down is...

Samuel Ramirez, 9, and other JROTC members walk in line to the cafeteria on Oct. 6, during modified lockout procedures. Legacy went into a modified lockout during the active shooter incident at Timberview High School.

Legacy Responds to Timberview Shooting with Modified Lockout Procedures

McKenzie Canton and Blake Hinerman October 7, 2021

During an active shooter incident Oct. 6 at Timberview High School, Legacy went on a modified lockout securing all 64 exterior doors from anyone entering and exiting campus and not allowing students to...

Debate President James Edwardsen, 12, works with team members to prepare for an upcoming debate.

James Edwardsen: New President of Debate Team

Isaiah Manning, Staff Writer October 6, 2021

All of the kids pack into the debate room and Mr. Ritz snacks on Cheez-Itz. James Edwardsen sits, working diligently on his research for his next debate. James has a huge new responsibility as the new...

Photo by AP Central, College Board

COVID-19 Affects AP Course Scores

Nina Banks, Assistant Editor October 5, 2021

The 2021-2022 school year is a transition into a “normal” school year after virtual and in-person modes of learning. Both modes of learning welcomed most of the pros and cons, culminating in higher...

NHS members poses with Mayor Michael Evans at the Mansfield Community Cemetery.

Cemetery Cleanup Inspires Hope In Mansfield Community

Nina Banks, Assistant Editor October 4, 2021

Cemeteries and chainsaws. Combine the two words and you have the perfect cocktail for a horror movie bloodbath. But for volunteers at the Mansfield Community Cemetery on Sep. 11, the usually ominous pair...

Rykeiz Smith, 12, shoots for the basket during Legacy vs Everman game last season.

All The Way There and Back

Isaiah Manning, Staff Writer October 1, 2021

All of the bags were packed and stuffed into the trunk of the Smith family van, “Regina the Rendezvous.” Then, 8-year-old Rykeiz (Rocky) Smith started the 26-hour drive to move to Sacramento, California...

Students Hang Posters to Redefine MISDs Dress Code

Students Hang Posters to Redefine MISD’s Dress Code

Leilani Fierro, Staff Writer September 27, 2021

During first period on Sept. 7, junior Valkra Padilla and a group of her friends hung posters along the hallway walls protesting the dress code policy implemented in the student's handbook.   Leading...

What Is Too Far?

What Is Too Far?

Leilani Fierro, Staff Writer September 26, 2021

Across school campuses are the TikTok trend “Devious Lick.” The trend involves students going on TikTok to boast that they've stolen school equipment like soap dispensers, paper towel holders, microscopes,...

Realities Of Mental Health and Therapy

Realities Of Mental Health and Therapy

Mariah Hanlon, Staff Writer September 25, 2021

I started to struggle with mental health in seventh grade. My family started fostering my three youngest brothers in October, and in November doctors diagnosed my dad with cancer. I struggled with thoughts...

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