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The Hawk Eye

Hebron High School News Online

The Hawk Eye

Hebron High School News Online

The Hawk Eye

Honors pre-calculus and AP calculus AB teacher Bradley Barry teaches his students calculus during his third period class.

A Barry busy lifestyle

Hyunsol Lim, Reporter April 13, 2022

Being able to help and serve people is what AP calculus AB teacher Bradley Barry says he loves to do and why he does the many things he pursues in and outside of school.  Barry has many occupations...

Freshman Claire Gross does a straddle jump during warm-up on March 29. Claire has been doing cheer for two years and plans on staying in Hebron Cheer all four years of high school.

Tumbling to the Top

Krista Fleming, Reporter April 1, 2022

As soon as the routine music finishes playing, freshman Claire Gross can finally breathe. Her team has done their best, and all that’s left to do is let the judges decide their ranking. Confetti rained...

Anime club members pose for a picture after a meeting in the library. They meet every Tuesday in the 9th Grade Center library.

Hebron’s anime club is back

Faith Rizzo, Reporter March 28, 2022

Hebron has many clubs for students to choose from, such as the gardening club for plant-lovers and the Harry Potter club for Hogwarts-lovers. Several clubs were shut down because of COVID-19, but now that...

Senior Fred Ware high fives his teammates before the game starts. Ware committed to Washington University in St. Louis on Jan. 12.

A fresh start

Christy Thomas, Reporter March 25, 2022

Senior Fred Ware has been playing football since he was in second grade and has been on the varsity team at Hebron for three years. Because of his passion for the sport, he knew he wanted to continue football...

Small businesses, big steps

Small businesses, big steps

Sarosh Ismail , Visual editor March 23, 2022

March is nationally recognized as Women’s History Month, a month dedicated to recognizing and celebrating the contributions women have made to society, regardless of the magnitude. Today, there are many...

Women you should know about this month

Women you should know about this month

Nyla Smith, Reporter March 17, 2022

As Women’s History Month continues, there are many hidden figures being brought to light. The following women are definitely people who should be on your radar.    Yu Gwan-sun: Known...

Dr. Lori Rapp (front center) poses with the LISD Board of Trustees at the Feb. 15 meeting. At the meeting, board members went around to give remarks on the selection of Rapp as superintendent. Rapp then gave remarks, took photos with others and signed the contract with the board president.

Un[rapp]ing new possibilities

Ian Wright, Opinion editor March 10, 2022

When Dr. Lori Rapp began her career as a teacher in 1996, she never imagined she would one day become superintendent.  After serving in education for 26 years, Rapp was named “Superintendent Lone...

Chemistry teacher and esports sponsor, Jaden Gorham helps junor Bryce Hall to complete his set up for the five-to-five esports competition that all Gorham’s students participated in during his fourth period esports class.

Gaming with Gorham

Hyunsol Lim, Reporter February 28, 2022

Chemistry and video games may be polar opposite activities, but for chemistry teacher and esports club sponsor Jaden Gorham, they are just two parts of his day.  Gorham has been playing video games...

Junior Gloria Lee prepares for a district match at the Lewisville High School arena on Feb.5.

Pinning down a new passion

Henry Pham, Reporter February 18, 2022

The whistle screeches. She stands firmly on the mat, and the yells of her teammates echo in her ears. Her eyes focus on her opponent’s hips, watching for signs of an attack. It’s her time to strike.  A...

Freshman Chloe Klotzman teaches a yellow belt her form. Chloe is an instructor for Taekwondo America and works Tuesdays and Wednesdays after school.

Kicking to success

Krista Fleming, Reporter February 14, 2022

Most teenage jobs include serving someone a drink or handing food through a window, but for freshman Chloe Klotzman, her job consists of teaching children how to kick and punch.  Chloe is a second...

Senior Samin Budhwani sits on top of her car during senior sunrise on Aug. 30.

Fulfilling the American dream

Christy Thomas, Reporter February 7, 2022

Senior Samin Budhwani never thought she would leave the only home she has ever known in Pakistan. Yet, she has lived in the US now for four years and decades to go.  Samin was born in the United States;...

Sophomore Alona Craddock (top left), junior Dayln White (top center),senior Javon Holloway (top right), sophomore Kionna Johnson (bottom right) and sophomore Reagan Mitchell (bottom left).

Q&A: BSU members reflect on culture, identity

Katherine Parker, Managing editor February 1, 2022

The month of February is nationally recognized as Black History Month. Originating as Negro History Week, Black History Month was recognized on many college campuses by the late 1960s and was first recognized...