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Hebron High School News Online

The Hawk Eye

Hebron High School News Online

The Hawk Eye

The trombone section moves across the front of the field as they perform during halftime at the Homecoming game on Oct. 22. The band’s last performance of the show “Penstriped” will be during the 2022 Tournament of Roses Parade.

Band places first in Bands of America Super Regional and UIL State Marching Contest

Sarosh Ismail, Visual editor November 18, 2021

The band placed first in prelims and finals at the Bands of America San Antonio Super Regional Contest Nov. 6 and the UIL State Marching Band Championships on Nov. 8-9.  “I felt so many emotions...

LISD Adopt an Angel accepting donations until Dec. 9

LISD Adopt an Angel accepting donations until Dec. 9

Yunseo Jo, Reporter November 16, 2021

Student Council will be participating in the annual LISD Adopt an Angel program. The program provides gifts to LISD students in need for the holiday season. Donations will be collected by Student Council...

CDC broadens booster shot eligibility

CDC broadens booster shot eligibility

Arisha Hirji, Web editor November 16, 2021

The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has expanded individuals’ eligibility for the COVID-19 booster vaccine, meaning some students and staff are now qualified. “I am glad that booster...

Senior Casey Ivanoff aims a bow. At the Texas-NASP Virtual State Competition in 2020, the overall girls’ rank at Hebron was 214 out of 1,453 schools. “My biggest goal is to make it to state this year, especially since its my last year on the team,” Ivanoff said.

Hitting the bullseye once again

Christy Thomas, Reporter November 16, 2021

The archery team will resume this year after being put on hold due to COVID-19. They are set to practice in the fieldhouse this week.   “We had to pause [archery club] last year because in-person...

Parking — and thinking — within the lines

Parking — and thinking — within the lines

Yunseo Jo, Reporter November 12, 2021

*Name has been changed for anonymity    What started out as a joke among a group of friends has turned into a humorous topic that has caught the attention of students and staff. The Hebron...

COVID-19’s consequences on learning

COVID-19’s consequences on learning

Alexander Cha, Reporter November 12, 2021

Due to the restrictions that came with the pandemic, 68% of Hebron students were learning virtually last school year, whether it be full or part-time. The COVID-19 pandemic brought about a slew of complications...

During choir, junior Sanjitha Venkata practices her music. Belle Chanson, an all-girls choir, practices every day during third period.

Choir to perform for Stonebriar HOA Ladies Nov. 9

Hyunsol Lim, Web editor November 8, 2021

A cappella choir will sing for Stonebriar Homeowners Association (HOA) ladies at Verona Village on Nov. 9. The Stonebriar HOA organizes activities and events for the residents of Stonebriar. According...

Senior Allison Smith, who plans to attend Community College, researches information regarding Collin College.

Non-traditional Career Paths

Ian Wright, Opinion editor November 1, 2021

With hundreds of thousands of seniors submitting their college application, they’ll soon graduate and begin a new chapter in their lives. This often encompasses following the traditional path of higher...

Sophomore Arzelle Roque throws gold after discovering it in a treasure chest during the Oct. 27 dress rehearsal of “Treasure Island.” The play will be performed Oct. 28-30 at 7 p.m. along with a matinee at 2 p.m. on Saturday.

Junior V’arrrr’sity theater to perform “Treasure Island” this weekend

Emma Short, Editor-in-chief October 28, 2021

For the junior varsity theater’s first performance since COVID-19 protocols have loosened, the class will perform its fall show, “Treasure Island,” Oct. 28-30 in the auditorium. Tickets will be sold...

Sophomore Kaiden Adkins starts crocheting with the yarn made out of plastic bags. The club members have dubbed this ‘plarn.’ The club stopped collecting bags on Oct. 19.

Crocheting for a cause

Kate Knauff, News editor October 22, 2021

Crochet club collected plastic grocery bags throughout early October to create sleeping mats for Dallas’ homeless population. Senior Cate Garcia came to club sponsor and ASL teacher Marta Mentesana...

Juniors Sheba Korah and Marissa Kouba get ready to learn about the general math subject from math teacher Cameron Casalini. The AcDec competition covers 10 subjects — seven subjectives and three objectives. “The unique thing about AcDec is that it’s a group of kids who genuinely care,” senior Unaiza Khakoo said. “It’s a family and it’s fun.”

Academic Decathlon to compete in annual scrimmage on Oct. 23

Sarosh Ismail, Visual editor October 22, 2021

Academic Decathlon (AcDec) will have its first scrimmage against other LISD schools on Oct. 23 at the freshman campus.   The scrimmage is hosted by Hebron and is to assess the team’s score to see...

The Supreme Court began its new nine-month session on Oct. 4, returning to their chamber in-person for the first time in 19 months.

Upcoming SCOTUS cases

Ian Wright, Opinion editor October 19, 2021

The Supreme Court began its new nine-month session on Oct. 4, returning to their chamber in-person for the first time in 19 months. In the midst of record-low approval ratings from the American public,...