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AcDec to compete at Irving invitational Nov. 16

 Sophomore Veronica Martin takes a multiple choice art test to prepare for the upcoming competitions. Martin is in the scholastic category.
November 15, 2019

Academic Decathlon will compete at the Irving invitational on Nov. 16. The team is having its first official competition on Dec. 14. to determine who will be competing at the district level. “We all...

Hawk Theatre Company to Perform “Puffs”

The cast performs a hectic train station scene. Sophomore Braxton Dietz plays Cedric and Sophomore Ali Niaz plays Wayne.
November 13, 2019

Hawk Theatre Company will perform “Puffs”, a Harry Potter spin-off about the lives of the Hufflepuff students, in the auditorium Nov. 14-16 at 7 p.m. “I like Harry Potter a lot, and I'm in Hufflepuff...

Junior to compete at cross country state meet Saturday

Junior Keaton Morrison poses on the track in her racing singlet with the medal she received at the district meet. Morrison will travel to Round Rock to compete at the state meet on Nov. 9 as an individual.
November 8, 2019

Junior Keaton Morrison will compete at the state cross country meet on Nov. 9 at Old Settlers Park in Round Rock at 11:00 a.m. After competing at regionals on Oct. 28 with fellow teammates junior Avery...

Percussion to compete at Lone Star Classic Saturday

Drumline rehearses before school in the auditorium due to bad weather.
November 8, 2019

Percussion is performing at the Lone Star Classic Drumline Competition on Nov. 9 at 8:36 p.m. at the Marcus Marauder Stadium.  Lone Star is the final contest of percussion’s competition season. They...

District still in deficit despite increase in state funding

District still in deficit despite increase in state funding
November 6, 2019

Due to the passage of House Bill 3 on June 11 by the state legislature, LISD has received more state funding for the 2019-2020 school year along with a reduction in recapture.  Recapture (also known...

Senior organizes drive for Section 8 tenants

Seniors Phillip Ng and Allan Jacob load boxes filled with donations into Allan's car. After loading the supplies into the car, the seniors went shopping with the remaining money.
October 31, 2019

Ms. Anderson had never considered the possibility that she would become a Section 8 tenant until Oct. 15, 2016, when her house caught fire while she was visiting family over three hours away. She lost...

UNICEF hosted water walk Oct. 23

Junior Sydney Brinkley carries 45 pounds of water on her shoulders as she walks outside in front of the cafeteria. Brinkley joined UNICEF after hearing about the club from co-president Chu. “UNICEF at Hebron isn’t a big club, but the impact UNICEF has on children around the world is,” Brinkley said. “Every donation, whether big or small, makes an impact on someone else’s life.”
October 28, 2019

The United Nations Children’s Emergency Fund (UNICEF) club held its first event, the water walk, on Oct. 23 during block lunch in front of the annex. The walk raised funds by having students pledge a...

District implements new security around school

Parent Kimberly Estrada shows her ID to the video doorbell so that she can enter the school for the pep rally. Estrada has two kids that go to Hebron, and even though the whole process of getting into the school is tedious, she feels assured that they are safe inside the building. “It makes me feel safe as a parent to know that my kids are in a place where security is held in high regard,” said Estrada.
October 25, 2019

New security measures were implemented around campus by the district at the start of the school year in an attempt to make a safer environment for students.  “The last thing that I or any other adult...

Hawk Theatre Company to perform “Romeo & Juliet”

Sophomore Melat Woldu practices scene 1 of
October 23, 2019

Hawk Theatre Company will perform “Romeo and Juliet” in the auditorium on Oct. 24 - 26 at 7 p.m. “It’s going really well so far,” director RaMina Mirmortazavi said. “This is the first Shakespeare...

Volleyball to play MacArthur on Friday

The volleyball team raises their hands and chant before their game against Marcus on Oct. 11. This is a tradition for the Hawks before they begin every game.
October 23, 2019

Volleyball will play an away game against Irving MacArthur at 6:30 p.m. on Friday. This will be the team’s second game against MacArthur after winning 3-0 on Oct. 1.   “[MacArthur] is one of the...

Counseling department to host financial aid workshop Monday

Counselor Marlene Hood assists a student with her schedule before 1st period starts.  The counseling department is hosting a workshop to fill out the FAFSA on Monday.
October 18, 2019

To help seniors fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), the counseling department is hosting a financial aid workshop in the library Oct. 21 from 6-8 p.m.  There will be G-force-...

Hebron celebrates fourth annual Hispanic Heritage Month

Students serve different kinds of cultural foods that some of them made themselves in the Hawk’s Nest on October 9 while listening to Hispanic music and dancing. At the event, judges determined the winner of the salsa contest.
October 9, 2019

The Hispanic Heritage committee is having a student mariachi band called Los Broncos perform at the auditorium Oct. 10 during block lunch to mark the end of Hispanic Heritage Month.  The school has...

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