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The battery warms up prior to rehearsal on Nov. 6. The battery is a specific part of the drumline that marches their instruments on the field. Hebron’s battery is made up of bass drums, snare drums and quads.

Drumline to compete in virtual Lone Star Classic competition Nov. 7

Andie San Luis, Reporter November 6, 2020

The drumline will compete on Saturday Nov. 7 at the virtual Lone Star Classic Drumline Competition. The drumline is in the Standstill 1 Silver division and will perform against Coppell, Plano and Cedar...

Sophomore Julia Mcneil and junior Samantha Ising struggle for the ball during practice on Sept. 22. The team practices every day during third period.

Girls basketball to start season against Garland Sachse

Arisha Hirji, Reporter November 5, 2020

Girls basketball will play its first game Nov. 6 against Garland Sachse at the Hebron 9th Grade Center at 7:15 p.m. In an attempt to keep everyone safe, the team has implemented safety regulations to...

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Hawk Theatre Company to release “The Laramie Project” virtually

Mia Nguyen, Web Editor November 4, 2020

Hawk Theatre Company’s virtual Fall show, “The Laramie Project” will be available for streaming Nov. 5-9. For the first time in the history of the company, their production will only be available...

Student-created organization to discuss race issues

Student-created organization to discuss race issues

Christa Jophy, Reporter November 4, 2020

We Conquer, a new youth organization founded by senior Anjali Das, started a podcast discussing race issues to spread awareness and provide a platform for people of color. The first episode of the “We...

Senior Marianna Rooks plays the cello during orchestra practice. Many of the concerts, such as the cluster concert with the middle schools, have been cancelled due to COVID-19 restrictions.

Orchestra students to audition for all-state

Andie San Luis, Reporter October 30, 2020

Select orchestra students will record all-state auditions from Oct. 31 through Nov. 4.  The Texas Music Educators Association (TMEA) has adapted audition processes due to the ongoing pandemic, allowing...

Members of Ruckus and Rowdy cheer at last year’s homecoming football game. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, the club does not have leaders, but members are still encouraged to participate.

Ruckus and Rowdy to attend next home game

Christa Jophy, Reporter October 29, 2020

After a delayed start to the year, Ruckus and Rowdy has started hosting events and is planning to meet at the next home football game on Oct. 30 to show support for the football team. Last week, students...

Student Council seniors Dexter Mitchell, Sydney Stafford and Tamia Hatcher shout for a video of the “Hawk Pride Never Dies” chant. The video will be a clip in the virtual homecoming pep rally to be held on Nov. 13.

Student Council finalizes homecoming plans

Emma Short, Reporter October 29, 2020

Student Council announced its plans for celebrating homecoming at Hebron this fall amidst the COVID-19 pandemic via an Instagram post on Oct. 15.  “We won't be doing a homecoming dance, but we’ll...

Hebron to Administer SAT and PSAT

Hebron to Administer SAT and PSAT

Olivia Yager, Reporter October 27, 2020

The school will administer the SAT on Oct. 27, and the PSAT on Oct. 29. Test administrator Stacey Hemenway shared details on how the tests are being administered.   Both tests require testing...

LISD to present free family movie nights

LISD to present free family movie nights

Andie San Luis, Reporter October 20, 2020

A free movie will be offered by LISD on Tuesday, Oct. 20 at The Stage at Grandscape from 7-9 p.m. Movies have been offered every Tuesday in October, with the final one on Oct. 27.  “The initial thought...

The construction workers continue their schedule for building the arena. It is set to be done in 2021 after construction began in Sept. of 2019.

A Look into the Future Arena

Olivia Yager, Reporter October 14, 2020

A new aspect of student and staff life is coming soon. Principal Amy Boughton said she is pleased with news that construction of the new arena is scheduled to be done in February and hopes an opening ceremony...

Sophomore Camila Segura shows off the Venezuela bracelet her grandma gave her. Segura wears her Venezuela bracelet every day to remind her of her country.

Q&A: Hispanic students speak on embracing their heritage

Katherine Parker, Reporter October 14, 2020

Sept. 15 - Oct. 15 is nationally celebrated as Hispanic Heritage month. In a school as diverse as Hebron, students of Hispanic heritage are well-represented. Even with shared heritage, these students vary...

Students, staff reflect on the importance of local elections

Katlynn Fox and Hailey Dirks, Editor in Chief and Managing Editor October 9, 2020

As the Nov. 3 elections are just weeks away, teachers reflect on the importance of student voices in their community, as well as the impact of youth activism.  On an average election year, the administration...

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