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The Hawk Eye

Hebron High School News Online

The Hawk Eye

Hebron High School News Online

The Hawk Eye

Junior Sophia Wheeler and sophomores Christian Soriano, Riley Unterbug, Maya Ware, Shane Duggan and Keane Nair (left to right) pose on the Staten Island ferry. After doing workshops all day, they went on a ferry to see the Statue of Liberty.

Theater students reflect on field trip to New York

Eyesha Sadiq, Reporter November 1, 2022

Warning: Any violence displayed in photos were part of a stage combat workshop taught by trained professionals. No students were injured.  Hebron Theater went on a field trip to New York City on Oct....

The first demo team rehearsal took place Oct. 21 after school, where the team went over plans and procedures. One example was them reenacting a demo by spraying a poster with chemicals to reveal secret lettering.

SNHS demo team to hold show at Fort Worth Museum of Science and History Oct. 22

Henry Pham, Visuals editor October 21, 2022

Science National Honor Society’s Big Blue Demo Crew will perform a science show at the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History on Oct. 22. The performance will include 12 chemistry demonstrations repeated...

Senior bassists Daniel Abraham and Jordyn Stovall-Finch play with the chamber orchestra on Oct.13. The group played through their pieces for Texas Music Educators Association before playing through their cluster concert music.

Orchestra to hold cluster concert Oct. 20

Hannah Mathew, Reporter October 18, 2022

Orchestra will hold its annual cluster concert on Oct. 20 in the big gym at 7 p.m. This year's theme is “Rawk the Hawk.” The concert will last until 8 p.m. and will feature Hebron's four orchestras...

The teacher shortage and its effects

The teacher shortage and its effects

Heather Wheeler, Reporter October 14, 2022

Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020, there has been an increase of teachers leaving the profession, causing a shortage across the nation. At Hebron, 50 new faculty members were hired this...

A student prepares to donate blood. The donating process typically takes around 30-45 minutes.

Red Cross club to host blood drive Oct. 12

Bree Andrews, Reporter October 11, 2022

The Red Cross Club will host a blood drive on Oct. 12 from 9:30 a.m to 3:30 p.m in the small gym. Sign-up applications are available to students and staff through the American Red Cross website. Those...

Graphic by Nyla Smith

A seat at the table

Nyla Smith, Reporter October 4, 2022

Principal Amy Boughton plans to pick junior and sophomore representatives soon to add to the senior members of the principal’s advisory committee created last year. The positions will be available to...

Student council officer Harmonie Alne blows up an inflatable rocket while decorating for Homecoming on Sept. 17. The rockets were hung at the entrance of the hallways on the first floor.

Student council prepares for homecoming

Daniela Perez, Reporter September 21, 2022

Homecoming is a ‘welcome back’ celebration for students to enjoy a multitude of festivities, many of which are organized by the student council. During the week leading up to Homecoming, the school...

A student holds a hall pass while waiting outside a classroom.

LISD updates school safety policies

Bree Andrews, Reporter September 14, 2022

LISD has updated its safety policies for the 2022-23 school year. These new policies were put into place to combat ongoing issues such as vandalism, students roaming the hallways and the rise in school...

Freshmen Adin Pasternak and Pedro Uriarte practice at rehearsal on Sept.1. The band March-A-Thon will take place tomorrow at Castle Hills on Sept.10 at 9 a.m.

Band March-A-Thon to be held Sept. 10

Eyesha Sadiq, Reporter September 9, 2022

The band will hold its annual March-A-Thon parade on Sept. 10 at 9 a.m. in Castle Hills. There will also be a small concert held for the community at the village shops at Castle Hills at 11 a.m. “The...

Junior Daniel Crawford points at the soloist performing at the choir’s rehearsal during fourth period. The choir will open its show with The Greatest Show for which all three choirs will perform together.

Choir to perform spring show, honor 2020 graduate Nicolas Nair May 13

Emma Short, Editor-in-chief May 13, 2022

The choir will perform its spring show May 13 at 6 p.m. and 8 p.m. in the auditorium and will include a performance to honor Nicolas Nair, a class of 2020 graduate who passed away in a car accident April...

Juniors Jaxon Ryan (left) and Jacob Martin (right) perform an improv scene during an after school practice on May 9. The two of them have been on the improv team all three years and said they will continue in the varsity theater class next year.

Hebron Theatre to perform “Funny Side Up” improv show May 11

Krista Fleming, Entertainment editor May 11, 2022

Hebron Theatre will perform its improv show on May 11 on the freshman campus cafeteria stage at 7 p.m. The hour-long show consists of multiple games and scenes made up on the spot.  “The acting has...

Plants are grown in the gardening room throughout the school year by using a grow light.

Gardening club plans to begin school garden next year

Shehzil Imran, Social media manager May 3, 2022

Gardening Club plans to break ground in creating a school garden in the fall of next school year. In its first year, the club consisted of nearly 100 members and was founded by seniors Kevin Yoon, Harsha...