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Seniors Ali Niaz, Claire Song, Rebecca Varghese, and Jeremiah Joseph have been elected for the senior class board.

Q&A: Meet the Senior Class Officers

Christa Jophy, Reporter October 1, 2020

Class officers have been elected to represent the senior class after voting Sept. 24 The officers were announced on Sept. 25. The senior board members include president Jeremiah Joseph, vice president...

Junior Erica Choi studies in the library for her upcoming SATs. Hebron will have a free, in-person SAT for seniors on Oct. 27 because seniors have limited testing availability due to COVID-19.

Seniors navigate college applications amidst COVID-19 pandemic

Kai Fernando and Jacquelyn Burrer September 28, 2020

As colleges modify requirements due to COVID-19, seniors adapt to more holistic, test-optional applications.    Most seniors were unable to take the ACT or SAT after the College Board began...

Cafeteria worker Nayely González wipes down cafeteria tables between lunches. Cafeteria workers now conduct much more extensive cleanings, in response to COVID-19. “I was really worried about lunch personally when I envisioned coming back to school,” counselor Dr. Justin Fields said. “My initial thoughts have been good.”

Administration implements safety precautions for students returning in-person

Ian Wright and Henry Hays September 25, 2020

Administration hired additional janitorial staff, increased cleaning procedures and implemented social distancing guidelines in an attempt to keep students who returned to campus on Sept. 8 safe. “I...

Junior Weslyn Brown practices soccer after school on September 17.  Brown has been reaching out to college coaches for recruitment for several months now.

COVID-19 alters scouting, creating innovative recruitment services

Malley O’Carroll and Katherine Parker, Reporter September 24, 2020

In the midst of the global pandemic, student athletes have had to find unique ways to share their skills with college coaches through social media platforms. Senior Paige Patrick committed to play volleyball...

Photo via LISD S.E.E's Instagram

LISD S.E.E. to bring educational equity to schools district-wide

Mia Nguyen and Christa Jophy September 23, 2020

LISD S.E.E is a student-run club striving for sustainability, inclusivity and educational equity within school curriculum and policies. The group was started in July, and plans for a district-wide launch...

Senior Reagan Le completes online school work for her online courses. Le has one in-person class and two online classes.

Students reflect on learning options

Katlynn Fox, Emma Short, and Grace Edgeworth September 22, 2020

Prior to the start of the school year, students were given the opportunity to choose between virtual learning, in-person learning and virtual plus (a combination of remote and on campus courses.) Approximately...

Junior Emory Coscia passes the ball back to her teammate during practice Sept. 16. After school practice is from 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. on Wednesdays.

Volleyball season starts amid COVID-19 uncertainty

Arisha Hirji and Olivia Yager September 22, 2020

After an altered start to the usual athletics schedule, volleyball will play its first district game Sept. 29 in the Lewisville High School arena at 6:30 p.m. UIL allowed volleyball practices to start...

The offensive linemen line up to run through a play at practice on Sept. 16. On Friday, the team will compete against another team for the first time since Nov. 15 in a scrimmage against Allen.

Football adapts to COVID-19 safety regulations

Katlynn Fox, Emma Short, and Grace Edgeworth September 18, 2020

In preparation for the upcoming season, the football team has implemented safety precautions to protect coaches and players against COVID-19.  “Logistically, it's been difficult,” offensive coordinator...

Protesters march with signs in front of the Carrollton Municipal Court. The protest was in solidarity with other Black Lives Matter protests across the nation, but there are many other ways to support the BLM movement. “Try to research as much as you can,” senior Jacquelyn Burrer said. “Read as many things as you can to learn about the reforms that need to happen. Obviously, not everyone will want the same level of reform, but there is a common goal in the movement: that something needs to change. As long as people are getting involved and continue to speak out about what is important, we can prioritize changing the system.”

Peaceful protest held in Carrollton

Kate Knauff, Reporter June 8, 2020

A sea of people and posters flooded the streets of Carrollton as the words “Justice for George Floyd” drifted through the air. People from a variety of racial backgrounds flowed together to speak...

Year-end senior events affected by coronavirus

Year-end senior events affected by coronavirus

Katlynn Fox, Managing Editor May 19, 2020

Graduation will be held on May 23 at 10:00 a.m. at Texas Motor Speedway. The ceremony will be projected on the video screen for families to view from their cars. Due to the school closure, students...

Q&A: Teachers and students speak on the adjustment to online classes

Q&A: Teachers and students speak on the adjustment to online classes

Henry Hays, Reporter May 18, 2020

With everyone’s life changing due to Covid-19, people certainly have their own opinions on the way school has adjusted to online classes. Teachers and students have different thoughts about online classes...

Hawkapella performs at the first Hawk Culture Festival.

Choir holding virtual banquet

Yasmin Haq, Editor-in-Chief May 16, 2020

Choir will broadcast its end of the year banquet on YouTube May 17 at 5:30 p.m. to make up for canceled events.  “That’s where we honor our seniors and we recognize the accomplishments that the...

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