The Hawk Eye

Kate Haas

Kate Haas, Managing Editor

Senior Kate Haas is a managing editor and this is her second year on staff. She loves music, plays French horn, and she loves to read, travel, eat and watch rom-coms.

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Class of COVID-19

Class of COVID-19

May 16, 2020
Uniquity is Universal

Uniquity is Universal

February 18, 2020
Senior Grace Kang practices her part for the upcoming musical. Although she plans to study visual art in college, she hopes to continue playing violin in future musical performances. “If I have the opportunity to get paid to play in different musical performances, that would be awesome,” Kang said. “I would definitely sign up for that.”

A Unique Streak

January 23, 2020
The band used star imagery throughout their show to align with the title

Reaching for the Stars

November 19, 2019
Bond plays through the drum show with the rest of the battery during an early morning rehearsal.

No Backing Down

November 14, 2019
Senior Justin Mora has been in football and band since his freshman year. He said that both programs are like a family though the people in each are different.

King of the field

November 6, 2019
The Other Side

The Other Side

September 23, 2019
Rezazadeh performs “The Wrong Side of the Tracks” with the The Cavaliers. The show included music by Christopher Rouse, Thomas Newman, Donald Grantham, Mike McIntosh and Clif Walker and placed fifth at the DCI World Championships.

A Step Above the Rest

September 6, 2019
Who Cares?

Who Cares?

August 27, 2019
Reason for the Season

Reason for the Season

December 25, 2018
Creed II is a Knockout

Creed II is a Knockout

November 28, 2018
Sophomore Nathan Drew cheers at the pep rally held on October 5th. The cheerleading team attends many school events to bring spirit and excitement to football games and more. “I cheer at all the JV games: football, volleyball, basketball, all of those,” he said. “We do pep rallies too, and if the school has a fundraiser event, we’re there.”

Five, Six, Seven, Nate

October 9, 2018
Sophomore Michelle Arriaga conducts during an afternoon band rehearsal. She arrives early and stays late for every practice to help out and to be there people. “I definitely have to dedicate a lot more time to the band program now,” Arriaga said.

Finding her Rhythm

September 12, 2018
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