19. November 2014

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When Mom becomes Mrs.

By Abby Haywood Imagine walking through the halls with your friends. You are heading to the lunch room casually talking about your day so far. All of a sudden you hear a familiar voice. It’s your mom.  For a handful of students, this is a reality since they have a parent that works in the […]

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7. November 2014

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Vrablic resigns as head coach of boy’s soccer, leaves lasting impression on his players

Vrablic resigns as head coach of boy’s soccer, leaves lasting impression on his players

By Cole Basnight For 25 years Frank Vrablic drove to school, taught a full schedule of math and then headed to the soccer field. Once there, he stayed for hours. During practices he focused on runs and drills with his players. On game day, he gave pep talks prior to the game and encouraged his […]

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6. November 2014

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New course aims to help freshmen transition to high school, both academically and socially

By Hannah Anglin After a seven year hiatus, the Freshman Academy returned as a required elective course for freshmen. With the introduction of the new Common Core curriculum, it was decided that the Freshman Academy would help students adjust to high school coursework. The goal of the Freshman Academy is to help students with study […]

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4. November 2014

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Homecoming Highlights Video

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3. November 2014

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Go behind the scenes of Friday Night Lights

Go behind the scenes of Friday Night Lights

By Hannah Smith Before the fans arrive and the lights come on, many hours of practice and preparation go into making Friday Night football possible. At the beginning of the week field preparation begins. Head Coach Eddie Twyne, along with the……. Read more

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