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Hebron High School News Online

The Hawk Eye

Hebron High School News Online

The Hawk Eye

Q&A: Senior Spotlight

Q&A: Senior Spotlight

Jacquelyn Burrer, Reporter May 18, 2021

Despite losing out on a normal high school experience, seniors reflect on the past four years and what they have learned. Here’s what they had to say:   How do you feel about graduating?    Senior...

A group of Chin students performs at the annual Chin Cultural Festival in February 2020. Photo via LISD.

Lewisville Chin students advocate for protection of democracy in Burma through virtual cultural festival

Malley O'Carroll, Social media manager April 22, 2021

“God bless you,” is a phrase the Chin students of Lewisville High School can say freely. Before finding refuge in America, they would have faced persecution for those three words. Now, the students...

The Squishmallow sensation sweeping the nation

The Squishmallow sensation sweeping the nation

Jacquelyn Burrer, Reporter April 19, 2021

Five years ago, Squishmallows were a random toy at the store that no one had heard of — today, it’s nearly impossible to find them in stock.    The plush toy was originally marketed for...

Q&A: Art Award Winner, junior Ashley Chon

Q&A: Art Award Winner, junior Ashley Chon

Ian Wright, Opinion editor April 16, 2021

As part of the Texas PTA Reflection Program, junior Ashley Chon recently received the “Award of Excellence” for her art work “Piece by Piece.” The theme for this year was, “I Matter...

Becky Bertrand pulls up her mask while teaching her English II class behind a desk shield.

“Vacc” to the future

Emma Short, Entertainment editor April 15, 2021

Many teachers have had concerns about teaching in-person throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. Here are three educators from the English department who have an opinion on the COVID-19 vaccine, and how that...

Senior Tyler Kerch performs with an ensemble at the percussion concert on March 9. Percussionists are required to play a variety of instruments, including marimbas, snares, chimes, timpanis and more.

Best foot forward

Andie San Luis, Editor-in-chief April 1, 2021

Rigorous courses, computer science club, National Honor Society (NHS), Business Professionals of America (BPA), Technology Student Association (TSA) and band. These are all activities that the likely valedictorian,...

Using their voices

Using their voices

Emma Short, Entertainment editor March 24, 2021

While everyone has a voice on social media, only some choose to use it. A select few students have experiences with activism on social media - here are three.  Shae Duggan Senior Shae Duggan is...

Q&A: Students reflect on pandemic

Q&A: Students reflect on pandemic

Jacquelyn Burrer, Reporter March 12, 2021

As the one year anniversary of the COVID-19 pandemic approaches, “The Hawk Eye” asked some students to reflect on the past year and their experiences. Here’s what they had to say:  How did you...

Senior Riley Nicholson poses outside the softball field with her glove. Nicholson has been playing softball for the last 8 years and has committed to play in college too.

Leaving home plate

Malley O'Carroll, Social media manager March 9, 2021

For senior Rylee Nicholson, softball runs in the family. She started playing softball after her father and grandfather encouraged her; since then, she has played the sport for the last eight years....

Seniors Eric Kim, Akshaya Kummetha, Delaney Dyer, Sammi Kwon,  Susanna Park, Gabriela Huerta and Luc Chartier (left to right) pose with their National Merit Finalists yard signs at their Feb. 26 celebration.

Q&A: Ten national merit scholars discuss high school, college and PSAT

Katherine Parker, Managing editor March 3, 2021

  Every year, the National Merit Program acknowledges 15,000 seniors as National Merit Finalists for their exemplary score on the PSAT/NMSQT they took in their junior year.  In mid-February,...

Senior Delaney Dyer poses in cap and gown outside. Dyer has been involved in the band program all four years of high school, playing the flute and piccolo.

The Class of COVID-21

Jacquelyn Burrer, Reporter February 22, 2021

While senior year for the Class of 2020 ended at spring break, senior year for the Class of 2021 never truly began and has been far from typical, filled with restrictions and cancelations.    “We’ve...

Q&A: All-State musicians

Q&A: All-State musicians

Andie San Luis, Editor-in-chief February 10, 2021

Students across the state undergo a rigorous audition process in order to earn placement in Texas Music Educators Association (TMEA) ensembles. Students in fine arts programs have earned these placements,...