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Jody Dean Speaks To Aspiring Journalists

Brett Walker
November 26, 2009 • 218 views
Filed under News, Top Story

Jody Dean is big and sort of awkward-looking. The MISD administrators across the room are dressed in formal business clothes—ties, slacks, the whole shebang. Jody’s wearing a sweater with a popped collar, his hat is turned backwards. He doesn’t look like a journalist, he hates the word. He’s... Read more »

LBTV: B.A.S.I.C. Brings Students Closer to God and Community

November 24, 2009 • 110 views
Filed under LBTV

Teen Leadership II Learns the Art of Clowning

Olivia Hebert
November 21, 2009 • 176 views
Filed under News, Top Story

Laughter spreads like wild fire in the room filled with white painted faces, animated eyes, and comical bright red lips, when Smiley the clown leads the group in magic tricks. Legacy and Summit Teen Leadership II classes join together for clown school to crack jokes for a cause. Project Happiness Heal... Read more »

LIFE Club Brings Thanksgiving To Needy Families

November 20, 2009 • 258 views
Filed under Clubs & Organizations

Leading Independent Females to Empowerment (LIFE) club raised eight truckloads of food and 700 dollars in gift cards this year in their second annual participation in the Thanksgiving Basket Drive. They challenged various other clubs to band together and provide food for local families through Living... Read more »

Breaking My Ankle

Will Davis
November 20, 2009 • 183 views
Filed under Blogs

It was Halloween day, and my buddies and I were ready to play some tackle football.  Unfortunately, the last guy that we were waiting for to make the teams even was taking an unusually long amount of time. As a result we decided to play Tarzan on a piece of football equipment while waiting.  We would... Read more »

Stepping Up: Hasten Assumes Starting Role In Playoff Game

Will Davis
November 20, 2009 • 240 views
Filed under Sports Stories

He watched the games from the sidelines all year.  There were brief moments where he got to play, but only when the game was already in hand.  He waited, hoping for his chance to show his talents.  The opportunity is here tonight. Starting quarterback Kennedy Jones injured his leg last Friday in the playoff wi... Read more »

Ben Barber to House Frontier High School in 2010

Chase Tremaine
November 20, 2009 • 537 views
Filed under News, Top Story

Ben Barber Career Tech Academy  shall contain the school within a school, Frontier High School at Ben Barber, as voted on by school board members at the November 17 meeting.  This school will begin classes next school year with a group of about 220 juniors who can start applying for acceptance into the... Read more »

LBTV: Anime Club

November 19, 2009 • 235 views
Filed under LBTV

Fine Arts Director Proposes Orchestra Program

November 19, 2009 • 240 views
Filed under News, Top Story

At Tuesday’s school board meeting, Fine Arts Director Russell Sanders proposed a new orchestra program for the district. Pending approval, the course could start as soon as next school year. “All the greatest literature in the history of western culture has been written for the orchestra. And... Read more »

First Semester Ends

November 19, 2009 • 99 views
Filed under News Briefs

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