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Advanced Placement tests adapt to virtual exams

Advanced Placement tests adapt to virtual exams

Katlynn Fox, Managing Editor May 13, 2020

AP exams will be electronically administered May 11-22, and students will have 45 minutes to complete each test. Each course will have makeup test dates available June 1-5. Due to the unforeseen impact...

Photo via Feeding America Eastern Wisconsin

Food Banks have an Increase of Clients after Unemployment Rates Spike

How Food Banks have been Affected by COVID-19
Malley O'Carroll, Reporter May 10, 2020

With COVID-19 causing the temporary closure of businesses, many Americans are left unemployed. Those people are now relying on food banks to help feed their families, but the virus has affected usual operations...

Microscopic view of Coronavirus, a pathogen that attacks the respiratory tract.

COVID-19 Announcements: End-of-Year Procedure Updates

Hailey Dirks, Web Editor May 6, 2020

Editor’s Note: Due to the COVID-19 crisis, students are being exposed to a flood of information each day. It can be hard to decipher what this information means for students’ futures. The goal of these...

Microscopic view of Coronavirus, a pathogen that attacks the respiratory tract.

COVID-19 Announcements: 2020 Graduation Update

Hailey Dirks, Web Editor May 1, 2020

Editor’s Note: Due to the COVID-19 crisis, students are being exposed to a flood of information each day. It can be hard to decipher what this information means for students’ futures. The goal of these...

Microscopic view of Coronavirus, a pathogen that attacks the respiratory tract.

COVID-19 Announcements: New Schedule and Grading Guidelines

Hailey Dirks, Web Editor April 27, 2020

Editor’s note: Due to the COVID-19 crisis, students are being exposed to a flood of information each day. It can be hard to decipher what this information means for students’ futures. The goal of these...

Microscopic view of Coronavirus, a pathogen that attacks the respiratory tract.

COVID-19 Announcements: Governor Greg Abbott’s Announcement

Hailey Dirks, Web Editor April 21, 2020

Due to the COVID-19 crisis, students are being exposed to a flood of information each day. It can be hard to decipher what this information means for students’ futures. The goal of these announcements...

LISD staff is handing out breakfast and lunch  Monday-Friday for all students under the age of 18. Meals can be picked up at 14 locations in the district.

LISD provides free meals during school closures

Katlynn Fox April 20, 2020

After school closures were announced on March 17, a service was implemented to provide children under the age of 18 with two meals a day through a minimal contact drive-thru format.  Individually prepared...

SAT dates have been postponed leading to some schools becoming test-optional.

Juniors adapt to adjusted admissions process prompted by Covid-19

Yasmin Haq, Editor-In-Chief April 16, 2020

After the May and June SAT and April ACT were cancelled due to Covid-19, some colleges have made the admissions process for the class of 2021 test-optional.  The University of California announced...

5 places still open in quarantine

5 places still open in quarantine

Kate Haas, Managing Editor April 14, 2020

“Stay at home” is probably the most common phrase of 2020. For those who just need to (safely) get out of the house and are tired of every place being closed, here’s a list of businesses that are...

Students can pick up art kits on March 31 from 12-2 p.m.

Art teachers to hand out art kits Tuesday

Yasmin Haq, Editor-In-Chief March 30, 2020

To help students with online art classes, the art teachers will be handing out art kits to their students on March 31 from 12-2 p.m. at the circle drive at the front of the school. “How are we supposed...

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LISD suspends all extracurriculars due to Coronavirus

Malley O'Carroll, Reporter March 13, 2020

With over 125,000 coronavirus cases worldwide according to CNN, the global health emergency has been raising concerns, especially from students. There are currently 14 cases in North Texas, none of which...

Sophomore Kevin Bobby practices a debate on the topic of abortion.

Debate Competed in TFA State Tournament

Katlynn Fox, Managing Editor March 12, 2020

Hawk debate competed in the Texas Forensic Association State tournament at Franklin High School in El Paso on March 5-7. The tournament featured 18 qualifiers from six different speech and debate categories...

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