Wildcat Tales

Theatre Department advances to Bi-District

Julie Reynolds, Online Editor-in-chief

March 22, 2018

The Theatre UIL One Act Play company competed at Mckinney Boyd High with the production of Silent Sky. The department placed in 2nd and will go on to compete in the Bi-District this Saturday at 3:00 at Mckinney Boyd High. Please congratulate these students:   Best Actor: Sam Rider All- S...

Planoettes stun at Regional Dance Competition

Julie Reynolds, Online Editor-in-chief

February 13, 2018

The Planoettes participated in the Crowd Pleasers Regional Dance Competition last week and brought home many awards. Please congratulate the following students:   Solo semi finalists - Isabella Allen and Lily Ferkany Small ensemble winner Officers 1st runner up Team 1st runner up Officers and Team both placed ...

Students selected for Texas All-State Choir

Julie Reynolds, Online Editor-in-chief

January 17, 2018

Cannon McClure – 1st chair Brandt Coffey – 1st chair Cole Clary – 4th chair Michael Nguyen – 6th chair

BPA Regional Competition qualifiers

Julie Reynolds, Online Editor-in-chief

January 17, 2018

33 students competed in the competition last Saturday, 19 of them will advance to the State level competition on Feb. 28 - March 3 in Corpus Christi. Please congratulate the following students: State Qualifiers Can Zhang 2nd Place Advanced Accounting Pankaj Israni 3rd Place P...

5 plano band become members of All-State Esemble

Julie Reynolds, Online Editor-in-chief

January 16, 2018

Please congratulate the following students for their achievements in the Texas All-State Band: Kenny Huang Manuel Saeb Rodriguez Kevin Li Pablo Romero Colin Tidwell These students will perform at the Texas Music Educators' Association Convention in February.

The superhero boom continues into 2018

The superhero boom continues into 2018

Logan Badgett, Staff Writer

January 11, 2018

        The Hollywood superhero craze continues strong as 2017 comes to a close, opening the door to new movie installments such as Avengers: Infinity War, Black Panther and X-Men: The New Mutants  in 2018.     Under the direction of Anthony and Joe Russo, Avengers: Infinity War is set to release i...

Netflix’s The Punisher is violent, action-packed

Caitlyn Moudy, Staff Writer

January 11, 2018

The Punisher, a new TV-MA Marvel Netflix series, came out with a compelling storyline about an ex-military man Frank Castle, on  Nov. 17.       Viewers of Daredevil will recognize the main character, Frank Castle, who made his first appearance as a villain in season two of Daredevil. ...

New, old characters wow in Thor: Ragnarok

New, old characters wow in Thor: Ragnarok

Abrianna Bohn, Staff Writer

January 11, 2018

     Thor: Ragnarok was expected to be one of the biggest and best Marvel movies yet when it opened Nov. 3, and not only did it meet that mark, it exceeded it.     When it comes to the box office, the Norse God of Thunder usually falls short compared to the bigger or funnier Marvel movie...

Justice League wows audience

Justice League wows audience

Bella Savarese, Staff writer

January 5, 2018

    Packed full of action, comedy and romance, Justice League has something for every superhero fan, and is definitely a success for DC among recent failures.       Steppenwolf (Ciarán Hinds), an enemy too powerful for Batman or Wonder Woman to defeat emerges, so Batman and Wonder Woman form a group of ...

Dallas staple offers sandwiches fit for heroes

Dallas staple offers sandwiches fit for heroes

Abigail Thomas, Editor-in-chief

January 5, 2018

   Every superhero needs to refuel in order to fight crime and the Great American Hero, a quaint little sub shop in Dallas, offers a variety of hero sub sandwiches and a great dining experience for all superhero needs.       Although it is about a 30 minute drive from Plano to Dallas, it is well worth i...

Flatliners remake disappoints viewers

Flatliners remake disappoints viewers

Caitlyn Moudy, Staff writer

November 15, 2017

     The remake of the classic 90s movie, Flatliners, made some obvious changes that did not out do the original film  that was released on Sept. 29. Each version of Flatliners has the same main concept: five med students conduct an experiment on themselves where they die and bring each other back to life,...

John Green’s new novel promotes mental health awareness

Kaydin Robertson, A&E Editor

November 15, 2017

   The anxiously awaited John Green novel, Turtles All the Way Down, is much darker than his usual works, but all the more breathtaking. Typical elements of a John Green novel such as the stirring friendships amongst friends with oddly specific characteristics and existential questions are al...