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Hebron High School News Online

The Hawk Eye

Hebron High School News Online

The Hawk Eye

Sophomore Katie Boeckman poses for a photo during an event.

Shining through service

Hyunsol Lim, Web editor October 14, 2022

As sophomore Katie Boeckman guides the young girls, ages 11 and 12, she remembers when she was once shy and quiet. Boeckman takes the lead in helping those girls come out of their shells through charity...

Assistant water polo coach Sarah Carlile watches the JV boys team play against Marcus on Sept. 9 at the LISD East Aquatic Center. Carlile has been involved in the sport since she was a freshman in high school.

Making a splash

Madeline Rivera, Opinion editor and social media manager October 13, 2022

The sound of the buzzer rings throughout the indoor aquatic center – time out.  It’s the fourth quarter and her team hurriedly climbs out of the water for a huddle; the air is still and quiet....

Keeping the balance

Keeping the balance

Peyton Kuschmeider , Reporter October 12, 2022

Arriving at school at 6:00 a.m. and leaving at 8:00 p.m. may seem like a long school day, but that is freshman Rubyna Jooma’s normal. Arriving home and having barely enough time to do homework or even...

Tammy cheers as senior Landon Hill is pronounced homecoming king. She attended the homecoming pep rally on Sept. 26 as Harry the Hawk.

Students behind the mask

Olivia Evans, Reporter October 5, 2022

*Editor’s note: To help protect their identities, the pseudonyms “Tammy” and “Matthew” are used to refer to the main sources in this story. The suit and mask go on, signaling that it’s show...

Senior Isabella Nations is crowned the homecoming queen by last year’s queen Kaitlyn Hoang at halftime of the homecoming football game on Sept. 23. As a band officer and section leader, she had just finished marching with the band in her sparkly, floor length dress.

Inspirational Isabella

Juliana Mun, Reporter October 5, 2022

To most, being chosen for homecoming queen is only a dream. But on Sept. 23, this “dream” became a reality for senior Isabella Nations.  Isabella is not only an exemplary student, but a senior...

ASL teacher Marta Mentesana guides The Signing Hawks national anthem team through preparations for their first pep rally. Auditions for the team were held Sept. 15.

Signing through language barriers

Rahma Shaikh, Reporter October 5, 2022

The silence doesn’t break as expressions move across faces. Hand signs fill the room as ASL teacher Marta Mentesana holds a conversation with a classroom full of students. Mentesana’s journey with...

Janitor Maria Arriaga cleans the cafeteria at the beginning of D lunch. She cleans for around ten minutes between every lunch and does a final sweep after all students have left.

Hawks Uncovered: Janitor Maria Arriaga

Krista Fleming, Entertainment editor October 5, 2022

Editor's Note: “Hawks Uncovered” is a series that tells the often unknown stories of Hebron students and staff. The bell rang hours ago, but there are still sections of the school that need to be...

Ninth grade biology teacher Barrett Mick smiles for a photo after a mountain biking accident.

A rocky start

Bree Andrews, Reporter October 4, 2022

He can feel his heart pounding in his chest as he attempts to mountain bike for the first time. The gears and braking system are as foreign to him as the trail he’s riding. Despite the unfamiliarity...

Sophomore Stalee Fields swings a golf club at the Coyote Ridge Golf Club on Sept. 19. She has been playing golf for about 12 years.

Swinging for the stars

Heather Wheeler, Reporter October 4, 2022

Legacy. That’s what sophomore Stalee Fields’ family has in golf. Her dad and current girls golf coach started playing at the age of 10, and her two older sisters currently compete in college, so...

Valerie Rodriguez (left) and Kayla Melgar (right) hold up baked goods.

Bake it ‘til you make it

Shehzil Imran, Social media manager October 3, 2022

The smell of freshly baked desserts fills the air as the oven dings, the clock reading 2 a.m. on a weeknight. Packaged goods fill the room, ready to be received by eager clients the next day.  Sophomores...

Drew Harvick and senior Kathleen Tomlinson work on assignments during fourth period English on Sept 28. Harvick gets the opportunity to work with students in small group settings and individually.

Flying back into the new school year

Eyesha Sadiq, Reporter September 30, 2022

After years of teaching in the special education department, Drew Harvick had one goal she wanted to complete: travel and teach abroad. Last year, she finally had the chance to leave Hebron and go to Thailand...

Teachers tattoo stories

Teachers’ tattoo stories

Lilah Crone, Reporter September 30, 2022

In the spirit of Sept. 16th being “Tattoo Story Day," three Hebron teachers share stories behind some of their tattoos for the occasion.   Art teacher Caleb Jacks Art teacher Caleb Jacks...