More Than A Pink Power Ranger

More Than A Pink Power Ranger

Michelle McDaniel, Personality Editor
October 23, 2014 • 102 views
Filed under Blogs, Recent Stories

Because of high school centered movies, such as High School Musical, along with the idea that life ought to be sing-songy and that people would dance throughout the hallways, I always had the idea that high school was the place where students would suddenly find themselves and that everything that really... Read more »

Jayme Schroeder Loves Her Special Job

Jayme Schroeder Loves Her Special Job

Rebecca Goodman, Staff Writer
October 23, 2014 • 76 views
Filed under Personalities, Recent Stories

With shopping lists distributed, the students run off into the grocery store excited about what they might find. The Special Education department goes on field trips during the school year, like going to the grocery store or getting state IDs. Jayme Schroeder works as one of the Functional Academic... Read more »

LBTV: Nominate a Senior Class Song

LBTV: Nominate a Senior Class Song

October 23, 2014 • 78 views
Filed under LBTV, Recent Stories

Turn in senior class song nominations by Oct. 24. Forms are available outside Ms. Dorsett's room. The results will be announced at the Oct. 31 pep rally.

LBTV: Canned Food Drive Promo

LBTV: Canned Food Drive Promo

October 22, 2014 • 104 views
Filed under LBTV, News, Recent Stories

Donate canned goods and other non-perishable items Oct. 21 through Oct. 31 for a chance to pie a faculty member!

5 Halloween Costume Ideas

5 Halloween Costume Ideas

Rachel Libby, Staff Writer
October 22, 2014 • 102 views
Filed under Recent Stories, Weekly List

With Halloween right around the corner, if you don’t have an idea for a costume yet, it can be difficult and expensive to cram in a full blown costume. Try these ideas for easy, cheap and fast ideas. Mummy You’ll need toilet paper, lots and lots. You might want a white body suit or just... Read more »

College Night Offers Insight to Students’ Future

College Night Offers Insight to Students’ Future

Jacob Friedberg, Staff Writer
October 21, 2014 • 196 views
Filed under News, Recent Stories

Mansfield ISD’s annual College and Career Night will take place at the Center of Performing Arts on Tuesday, October 21 from 6 - 8:30 p.m. College and Career Night offers students and their parents a chance to further their knowledge about college and career options. Students will be able to meet... Read more »

Art Club Collects Selfies For New Gallery

Art Club Collects Selfies For New Gallery

Philip Smith, Staff Writer
October 21, 2014 • 199 views
Filed under Clubs & Organizations, News, Recent Stories, Top Story

Members of the Art Club, sponsored by art teacher David Mason, decided to take a new route for a gallery in the Mason Jar and produce a collage of students’ front-facing camera photos called “selfies”. The... Read more »

Review: true that

Review: true that

Sarah Pearson, Editor-in-Chief
October 20, 2014 • 116 views
Filed under Entertainment, Recent Stories

At first I was skeptical when I heard that Michael Cera released an album. It seemed to me that he simply joined the other countless celebrities trying their hand at a music career because of their previous success on the big screen. However, after listening to it, I realized that it was far from a celebrity’s... Read more »

Life in the Fast Lane: Students Compete in Drag Racing

Life in the Fast Lane: Students Compete in Drag Racing

Garrett Brantley, Staff Writer
October 20, 2014 • 466 views
Filed under Recent Stories, Sports Stories

Freshman Victoria Greene sits in her pits with a tray full of cheesy, greasy nachos and awaits the announcer to call her to the staging lanes. Greene has spent almost every Saturday at the drag strip since she was 8. Greene says working behind the scenes takes a lot of time and commitment. “I am pumped... Read more »

Texas-All State Choir Tryouts Begin

Texas-All State Choir Tryouts Begin

Anna Jordan , Staff Writer
October 18, 2014 • 90 views
Filed under News, Recent Stories

Auditions for the well-known Texas All-State Choir began Sept. 15. This choir, known as one of the most elite singing ensembles in the state. Around this time each year, the choir holds auditions for all school choirs in the state of Texas. “I don’t know how far I’ll go, round two is going to... Read more »

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