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 Sign outside of the Technology, Exploration and Career Center East (TECCE) building.

New CTE classes to be added to LISD high schools, career centers

Emma Short, Reporter February 11, 2021

New Career and Technical Education (CTE) Innovative Courses will be added to high schools and to the Technology, Exploration and Career Center (TECC) West campus this spring. These courses, subject to...

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Everything you need to know about GameStop, Reddit and Wall Street

Jacquelyn Burrer, Reporter February 9, 2021

Over the past few weeks, the news has been filled with confusing stories about GameStop, Reddit and Wall Street. Here’s what actually happened with the big players involved and how this could affect...

College Board announces removal of SAT essay

College Board announces removal of SAT essay

Malley O'Carroll, Reporter February 5, 2021

The College Board announced on Jan. 19 they will be discontinuing the SAT essay, as well as SAT subject tests. This change will be permanent and effective immediately in the U.S., but international students...

The Hebron softball team sign located by the field house.

Softball begins season with scrimmage at Frisco Wakeland

Arisha Hirji, Reporter January 29, 2021

Softball will play its first scrimmage at Frisco Wakeland on Jan. 30 at 1:00 p.m.  “I am looking forward to seeing the girls out there competing,” assistant coach Chelsea Herndon said. “I am...

Senior David Deal scans the court looking for the open player. Deal is currently the team's leading scorer on the season.

Boys basketball to play Marcus Jan. 29

Henry Hays, Sports Editor January 28, 2021

Boys basketball will play an away game against Marcus High School Friday night at 8 p.m. “This is a huge game for us,” sophomore Nate Mercer said. “With the loss against Coppell on Tuesday, we...

Students and teachers pose with the books, magazines and check they received through a LEF grant.

LEF grant provides books, magazines to special education class

Katherine Parker, Reporter January 28, 2021

Life skills teacher Karen Cummings’ classroom is lively and social. The students take turns reading aloud “What Is The Super Bowl?” and stop periodically to joke, comment and write down chapter summaries.   With...

Q&A: Holiday traditions

Q&A: Holiday traditions

Henry Hays, Sports Editor December 23, 2020

Christmas is many people's favorite holiday. However, everyone celebrates a little differently during the holiday season. We interviewed various students and teachers to see what they do during the holiday...

Q&A: New Year's resolutions

Q&A: New Year’s resolutions

Olivia Yager, Reporter December 19, 2020

This has been a strange year to say the least, but 2021 is upon us, bringing opportunities for resolutions to make it a better year than the last. Three students shared their thoughts on New Year’s resolutions...

Senior Grayson Allo inbounds the ball after a forced turnover. Allo said defense is a stength of the team.

Boys basketball to play Coppell Dec. 18

Henry Hays, Sports Editor December 18, 2020

Boys basketball will play a home game against Coppell High School tonight at 8 p.m. in the main gym.  “This is one of the most important games of the season so far,” senior Grayson Allo said. “If...

Hall of fame committee created to recognize notable alumni

Hall of fame committee created to recognize notable alumni

Hailey Dirks, Managing Editor December 16, 2020

The first committee meeting to nominate alumni for the new hall of fame took place on Dec. 15 at 4 p.m. Assistant principal Jacob Garlinger is leading the hall of fame project and plans on having four...

Choir practices in the Auditorium during third period in preparation for the first in-person concert. The choir has been performing at different times in order to maintain proper COVID-19 safety protocols.

Choir to hold staggered in-person concerts Wednesday

Katherine Parker, Reporter December 15, 2020

Choir will have its first in-person concert of the semester on Dec. 16 at  5:45 p.m. in the auditorium. To maintain social distancing, the different choirs will be performing at separate times with staggered...

Senior Vaneeza Moloo rehearses during her third period orchestra class. Students are spaced apart and wearing masks while they practice.

Orchestra to hold winter concert Tuesday

Christa Jophy, Reporter December 14, 2020

The orchestra program is preparing for the winter concert, which will take place on Dec. 15 at 7 p.m. in the auditorium. The concert will be a limited in-person event; the audience is limited to two...

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