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Hebron High School News Online

The Hawk Eye

Hebron High School News Online

The Hawk Eye

Coffee With a Cop builds a bridge between students, law enforcement

‘Coffee With a Cop’ builds a bridge between students, law enforcement

Syeda Rizvi, Entertainment Editor March 31, 2016

School Resource Officer Kevin Stiles has extended the City of Carrollton’s ‘Coffee With a Cop’ program to the school. Students can visit Stiles to ask questions about law enforcement or anything...

The Big Event t-shirts sit fresh in the boxes. AP English 3 teacher Julie Cummings handed them out in her room 1545.

The Big Event takes off with a Blast

Maleeha Ahmad, Reporter March 22, 2016

The Big Event took place on March 19 throughout the East Zone. Members from The Colony High School and Hebron High School feeder patterns participated. “It was a huge success,” East Zone Leader...

The Big Event makes a Big impact

The Big Event makes a Big impact

Maleeha Ahmad, Reporter March 18, 2016

The Big Event, a district wide volunteer day, will take place on Saturday from 8am-12pm. “It’s an amazing opportunity for everyone,” AP English 3 teacher and campus leader for The Big Event Julie...

Spreading to state

‘Spreading’ to state

Yusra Waris, Editor-in-Chief March 17, 2016

Update: Ali Rizvi and Andrew Nguyen placed 3rd out of the 62 teams that participated in the tournament.  Two debate pairs will be competing in UIL State tournament on March 18-19: debate president Ali...

Assistant Principal Pushes for Early Registration

Assistant Principal Pushes for Early Registration

Matthew Rutherford, Sports Editor February 23, 2016

In an attempt to prevent students from procrastinating, Assistant Principal Vanessa Robichaux has started the push for AP test registration now instead of waiting until the spring. Testing begins on May...

Hebrons Got Talent

Hebron’s Got Talent

Yusra Waris, Editor-in-Chief February 19, 2016

Hebron’s Got Talent, organized by Hebron Choir, will be taking place Feb. 20 from 7-9 p.m. The annual event, based off of “America’s Got Talent,” will feature a variety of performances: dance,...

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Hannah Arnold, Managing Editor February 17, 2016

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Pointing to politics

Pointing to politics

Hannah Arnold and Jimmy Muncy February 17, 2016

  As the November presidential elections draw near, and primaries are in action around the nation, people are left wondering the fate of the Oval Office. Contrary to previous elections, there is...

Student Council hosts volleyball game fundraiser for Social Studies teacher

Student Council hosts volleyball game fundraiser for Social Studies teacher

Olivia Bragg, Feature editor January 13, 2016

Half of the proceeds from the annual student/teacher volleyball game on Jan.14 will go to benefit Social Studies teacher Travis Zuber. Zuber’s home and two cars were severely damaged by the tornadoes...

Dalton retires, Wernecke takes over

Dalton retires, Wernecke takes over

Maleeha Ahmad, Reporter January 8, 2016

Mark Dalton, the principal of the 9th Grade Campus, retired on Dec.18 after initially resigning in July. Dalton has been working at the school since its’ doors opened, an assistant principal for eight...

LHS hosts The Angel Tree for the less fortunate

LHS hosts ‘The Angel Tree’ for the less fortunate

Shreya Rao, Managing Editor December 8, 2015

Lewisville High School is hosting its 13th annual Angel Tree, a gift donation drive that supports newborns through 19-year-olds in the LISD school district, who cannot afford to buy their own items. The...

Wishing Well to raise funds for the Make-A-Wish club

“Wishing Well” to raise funds for the Make-A-Wish club

Megan Oosthuizen, Editor-in-Chief December 4, 2015

A permanent “Wishing Well” has been established in the school library in order to raise funds for the Make-A- Wish Foundation. Initiated by the Make-A-Wish club, all the money donated to the well will...