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Black History Month

Black History Month

Anastasia Dotson, Staff Writer March 2, 2023

    In 1915 in response to the lack of information on the accomplishments of Black people available to the public. Historian Carter G. Woodson co-founded the association for the study of Black life...

Martin Luther King Jr. Day

Martin Luther King Jr. Day

Alexis Davis, Staff Writer January 23, 2023

     The third Monday of every January is Martin Luther King Jr. Day. A day to remember and honor the legacy of the late civil rights activist.       "We are determined here in Montgomery to...

Exam Study Tips

Exam Study Tips

Alexis Davis, Staff Writer December 14, 2022

     With the holidays coming around, exam week is here. A meaningful way to secure the final grades needed for the semester is through planned study sessions. Whether in a Starbucks or at your house,...

Hanukkah Celebrations Approach

Hanukkah Celebrations Approach

Anna Sofia Nguyen Loeb, Staff Writer December 14, 2022

     December of each year brings Christmas music in grocery stores, Christmas movies on cable tv and Christmas-themed candies. However, the month of December also marks the start of Hanukkah on the...

Native American Heritage Month

Native American Heritage Month

Nehemiah Christopher, Staff Writer November 18, 2022

     Native American Heritage Month is the celebration of Native American culture during the month of November. Native American Heritage month was declared to be celebrated at this time by President...

Going Gold for National Childhood Cancer Awareness Month

Going Gold for National Childhood Cancer Awareness Month

Emily DeMotte September 9, 2022

     September is here, which means it’s time to Go Gold for Childhood Cancer Awareness. National Childhood Cancer Awareness Month is recognized each September and indicated with a gold ribbon. It...

The Mamacitas and Blazer Boys lead the student section for the first game of the season.

Meet the Mamacitas and Blazer Boys

Taylor Herd, Staff Writer September 8, 2022

     The ongoing tradition of the student section leaders at Varsity games is one that is never forgotten. This role is passed down year-to-year, from one senior to the next. The Mamacitas and Blazer...

Halloween decorations

Celebrating Halloween during COVID-19

Emma Coleman, Opinion Editor December 15, 2020
Students and families across the district aren’t planning on letting the health risks of the Coronavirus stop their fun in celebrating Halloween.
Classrooms in hybrid learning

Students debate their return

Emma Coleman, Opinion Editor October 15, 2020

     Due to COVID-19 concerns, students within the district were able to choose whether they want to continue doing online learning or return to school with a new hybrid schedule this past month.    Students...

Black Lives Matter Protest

Junior’s perspective on Black Lives Matter

Abigail Carroll, Feature Editor October 2, 2020

     Over summer the Black Lives Matter movement reached a peak and many protests around the Dallas area were held. Michelle Kallas, a junior at Plano Senior attended the first Dallas protest back...

A family celebrating Christmas by decorating the tree all together enjoying the holiday.

Traditions surrounding Christmas can be celebrated by everyone

Lochan Mourty, Staff Writer December 16, 2019

     Plenty of families have similar Christmastime customs that they take part in together, but there are many unique traditions from around the world that might be fun to try this Christmas.       An...

One of Kolbs many hand crafted designs named after her friend called, The Riley.

Senior operates jewelry business in free time

Elizabeth Guevara, Opinion Editor November 18, 2019

     Even with her busy school schedule, senior Emily Kolb finds time to run her own jewelry line, Em’s Gem’s.      Kolb started her business last year, making keychains for her friends...

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