The Hawk Eye

Teachers, students reflect on Covid-19’s impact, long-term influence on school culture

Teachers, students reflect on Covid-19’s impact, long-term influence on school culture

Katherine Parker, Managing editor May 18, 2021

With LISD offering a more structured type of virtual school for the 2021-22 school year, next year is expected to be a step closer to normalcy for students, but students are still holding on to a few lessons...

Seniors have the ability to take a drive down memory lane on May 13 by going to the drive-thru style senior send-off. The event will take place in and around the Hebron parking lots with each middle and elementary school getting a section to cheer on and celebrate the seniors.

Senior Send-Off to be held Thursday

Andie San Luis, Editor-in-chief May 12, 2021

The Senior Send-Off drive-thru event will be hosted on Thursday at 5:30 p.m. The event will run for about an hour, and feeder schools will be allotted areas to cheer as seniors drive by.  “The district...

School board announces potential virtual learning options for 2021-22 school year

School board announces potential virtual learning options for 2021-22 school year

Hailey Dirks, Managing Editor May 7, 2021

The school board announced potential virtual options for the 2021-22 school year in their May 3 meeting. Dependent on the passing of two bills in the Texas House and Senate, the school board announced...

Senior Rebecca Varghese  wears a dinosaur suit during a skit as she is wrangled in by a rope. The Hawk  Theatre Company performed around 30 skits during their show.

Hawk Theatre Company to perform series of comedic plays May 6-8

Kate Knauff, News editor May 6, 2021

Hawk Theatre Company will perform “Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind” May 6-8 at 7 p.m. on the cafeteria stage. Tickets will be sold for five dollars at the door. “I think the thing that is...

School Board candidates prepare for election day

Katlynn Fox, Editor-In-Chief April 29, 2021

School board elections will be held May 1 for Place 1 and 2. Candidates running for Place 1 include Buddy Bonner and Paige Dixon, while those running for Place 2 include Sheila Taylor and incumbent Allison...

Construction workers remove debris and lay tile in the hallway that connects the 1300 and 1400 hallways. Construction around the school is expected to be complete by the end of the summer.

School renovations to be completed by end of summer

Emma Short, Entertainment editor April 29, 2021

Administration and counseling teams are expected to be able to move back into their offices on July 26 after water damage caused forced relocation to the front office after spring break.  “The relocation...

Silver Wings captain Corinne Kiesling poses with the rest of her team before starting a dance during rehearsal. The seniors will be spotlighted more in the show, as it is their last one before they graduate. “We really want to make our show the best we can, especially for the seniors,” Kiesling said.

Silver wings to perform at annual spring show

Sarosh Ismail, Visual editor April 28, 2021

The Silver Wings will have its annual spring show “Highlights 2021” from April 28 - May 1 in the auditorium.   “We feel really good about the show,” junior Audri Fleming said. “Our dances...

Ramadan 2021

Ramadan 2021

Ian Wright, Opinion editor April 27, 2021

On April 12, millions of Muslims across the world observed the beginning of the religious holiday, Ramadan. Ramadan is the ninth and holiest month of the Islamic calendar and signifies when the Prophet...

The People’s Republic of China (PRC) is the country itself whereas the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) is the political party in control of China. The Republic of China (ROC) is known as the island of Taiwan; however, Taiwan’s status is split among those who believe they are the true China and want eventual reunification and those that believe Taiwan is a sovereign state and no longer part of China.

Analysis: Experts weigh in on recent U.S.-China conflicts, China preparing to reclaim Taiwan

Jacquelyn Burrer, Reporter April 27, 2021

As average high school students, foreign affairs are the farthest thing from anyone’s mind; however, foreign affairs have been brought to mainstream news over the past few weeks with important information...

Softball to compete against Marcus April 10

Softball to compete against Marcus April 10

Arisha Hirji, Web editor April 9, 2021

Softball will play a home game against district rival Marcus on April 10 at 1 p.m. “They are a solid team with a lot of great hitters, which makes them a tough opponent,” senior Rylee Nicholson...

Senior Perry Aubrey gets in his starting position in preparation for the practice
100-meter run. The team practices every day during fourth period.

Track and field to compete in District 6-6A Championships

Arisha Hirji, Web editor April 8, 2021

Track and field will compete in the District 6-6A Championships on April 9-10 at 2 p.m. at Marauder stadium in Flower Mound. “We are definitely looking forward to the championships,” coach Montrell...

English I and English II STAAR tests will be held on Friday.

Virtual school to take place Friday due to STAAR testing

Katherine Parker, Managing editor April 8, 2021

English I and English II STAAR tests will be held on Friday, with freshmen and sophomores currently in English 1 and 2 testing. Virtual students are not required to attend, but they will have to take and...