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Switching up traditional classes with ‘Seminar’

Switching up traditional classes with ‘Seminar’

Ore James, Online Editor-in-Chief

October 9, 2019

From shuffling desks in a group discussion to laughing along with peculiar presentations, young minds at work are an essential element of room 1324. For the self-dubbed ‘guinea pigs’ of AP Seminar, a lively and unpredictable classroom environment has become a normal part of the school day. As...

Navigating crowded halls

Navigating crowded halls

Chloe Carter, Staff Writer

October 8, 2019

Once the bell rings to signify the end of class, thousands of students pour into the hallways, each with their own agenda. Every kid is rushing to get to their own class, and by the middle of passing period, the hallways are filled with students shoulder-to-shoulder, backpack-to-backpack, practically...

Gallery: Football vs. Langham Creek

Gallery: Football vs. Langham Creek

Chloe Carter, Staff Writer

October 7, 2019

The varsity football team played Langham Creek on Saturday, Oct. 5, ending the game with a victorious final score of 49-14. ...

Students convene for ‘See You at the Pole’

Students convene for ‘See You at the Pole’

Ore James, Online Editor-in-Chief

September 27, 2019

Wednesday morning, members of Cats for Christ met by the flagpole to participate in "See You at the Pole", a national event for students to gather in fellowship. "People around the nation come together around the pole," junior Hunter Jacks said. During the meeting, members sang and read verses,...

District prepares to start campus construction

District prepares to start campus construction

Avery Lester, Staff Writer

September 26, 2019

Long-awaited school construction is set to occur in the near future following a decision from the TISD Board of Trustees to expand the school. The district expects to begin construction bids in October.  Construction is currently underway for a new district football stadium, set to open in time ...

Swimmers dive into new season

Swimmers dive into new season

Ore James, Online Editor-in-Chief

September 24, 2019

The swim team attended their first meet on Tuesday, Sept. 17 at the Tomball Aquatic Center for the annual blue vs. white match. During the meet, the swim team split in half for an intrasquad competition. Additionally, several faculty members swam in the 100-yard free relay, including principal Dr....

Gallery: Football takes on Bryan

Gallery: Football takes on Bryan

Laurie Carrillo, Staff Writer

September 23, 2019

The varsity football team played Bryan on Friday, Sept. 20 in a game marked by rain and homecoming festivities. The match became the season's most decisive victory, ending 40-0. ...

Six days of homecoming

Six days of homecoming

Chloe Carter, Staff Writer

September 23, 2019

Day 1: Patriotic Day 2: Tacky Tourist Day 3: Out of this World   Day 4: Country vs. Country Club   Day 5: Homecoming Game Day 6: Homecoming Dance ...

Quiz: How well do you know varsity football?

Quiz: How well do you know varsity football?

Ore James, Online Editor-in-Chief

September 19, 2019

Take the quiz to find out! Check out the varsity football schedule and spirit themes here. ...

How STUCO prepares for the homecoming dance

How STUCO prepares for the homecoming dance

Ore James and Madaline Cannon

September 18, 2019

Classy hair, elegant makeup, loud music and low lights - homecoming is just a few days away, and much of the student body is ready to dance. Behind all the festivities, of course, lies the work and dedication of Student Council. “We act as a bridge between what the students want and reality,”  STUCO...

Theatre prepares for first show of the year

Theatre prepares for first show of the year

Avery Lester, Staff Writer

September 11, 2019

Theatre cast and crew members have worked tirelessly since May to produce the play “A Piece of My Heart", coming this September. The play, writtern by Shriley Lauro, is based on the real life stories of six female nurses serving in the Vietnam War and the letters they wrote at the time of their serv...

ASL Club opens to teach and connect students

ASL Club opens to teach and connect students

Isabelle Keever, Print Editor-in-Chief

September 10, 2019

Inclusion and community are two things the wildcat country strives for, and the same goes for senior Emma Sawyer. In an effort to create an environment that harvests learning and exposure to new cultures, Sawyer started an American Sign Language club this year.  “I’ve always wanted to be fluent in ASL ...

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