From stage left sophomore Kyle Dragulski entered wearing a black dress that hung to his upper mid-thigh and a long red wig. Dragulski was a participant in the Miss LHS pageant which was held Fri. March 23 at 7 p.m. in the Performing Arts Center. The competition was a beauty pageant, with a twist.... Read more »
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check out the 4-1 win against timberview
Senior Baylee Gray makes her way to the mound for a pitch, ready to face whichever of her opponents just so happens to be at bat. Her goal: to strike out any girl who steps up to the plate. Representing the varsity colors as well as being a starting pitcher since freshman year, Gray has earned her way... Read more »
Legacy’s art department entered 79 art pieces in the Visual Art and Scholastic Event (VASE) on Sat. March 3. Of those 79 pieces,16 pieces belonging to 12 students made it to state. “[VASE] is the only art competition of its kind in the country,” art teacher David Mason said. “It’s fairly... Read more »
Quickly becoming a phenomenon across the nation, “flipping classrooms” has been hailed by many principals as the place education is headed. Using videos at home to learn the lesson at hand, being able to work problems and possibly even homework in class allows teachers to give the students a more... Read more »
March 28, 2012 • 0 views
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UIL One Act performs Mon., April 2 at South Grand Prarie High School.
Legacy Drama Department performs their UIL One Act Play show Tues. March 27 at 7 p.m. in the Performing Arts Center. The show, Little Women by John Ravold, is based off the novel by Louisa M. Alcott. “I think our actors are doing a good job of putting their take on classical characters,” Director... Read more »
Brittany Musser, Staff Writer
March 27, 2012 • 43 views
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Officer Mathis turns into a parking lot, following kids who left for lunch. As they get out of the car with their Whataburger cups she calls after them to stop, retrieving their names and ID numbers to turn in to the police. “It can be a difficult job,” Mathis said. “The kids often run when... Read more »