Wildcat Tales

Halloween Costumes

Halloween Costumes

November 6, 2018


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Finding Heroes Magazine cover

Finding Heroes Magazine cover

Abbey Cole, Staff Writer

December 8, 2017


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Dark Hour pulls out all the stops this fall

Dark Hour pulls out all the stops this fall

Kaydin Robertson, Arts & Entertainment

October 26, 2017


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Miscellaneous

    What is normally a traditional haunted house experience throughout the year is being hyped to the max for Halloween this year by including sensory elements, extravagant costumes, mazes and more interactive situations to their year-long haunted attraction.         The Dark Hour experience...

Social media makes it easy to cyberbully

Kaydin Robertson, Arts & Entertainment Editor

October 26, 2017


Filed under Feature, Miscellaneous, Top Stories

    The evolution of social media has made cyberbullying easier and more detrimental to teenagers resulting in multiple symptoms of stress.     Cyberbullying can lead to social anxiety, depression, feelings of isolation and helplessness, and in extreme cases, suicide, as seen in multiple t...

Snapchat Poll

Snapchat Poll

October 24, 2017


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Wildcats proactive about destress

Shida Khorrami, Staff Writer

November 16, 2016


Filed under Feature, Miscellaneous, Student Life

Stress has the capability to consume student’s lives daily, because of this, students are finding ways to de-stress from their school day. “I love being involved with theatre. Theatre is a great distraction and a great source of my happiness,” junior Hana Lone said. Specifically, she takes on...

Care for Mental Health

Amanda McNatt, Staff Writer/ Feature Editor

November 16, 2016


Filed under Miscellaneous, Opinion, Top Stories

According to Youngminds, 1 in 10 people aged 5 to 16 have a diagnosable mental health disorder, but some remain untreated because they are unaware or have not told others about it. Being able to recognize a mental illness is the first step to getting better and feeling more comfortable in everyday...

We Walk for Kyle

We Walk for Kyle

Kathleen Shaffer, Staff Writer

January 10, 2013


Filed under Miscellaneous, Student Life

For almost a full semester, they got to know someone with a vivid imagination and a spark they would never forget. Kyle Witt was involved in the Partner’s PE program and after he passed away at the end of October, his classmates decided the best way to honor him would be to host a walk and raise money...

Kellogg’s Tour of Gymnastics Champions

Kellogg’s Tour of Gymnastics Champions

October 4, 2012


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  DATE DETAILS OCT 6 • 7:00 PM at American Airlines Center| TICKETS: $28.50-91.50      The 2012 Kellogg’s® Tour of Gymnastics Champions, a national tour featuring Team USA’s top performing gymnasts following the 2012 Olympic Games in London, is coming to American Airlines Center on Octobe...

Like father, like daughter: Senior Shannon Rogers to attend West Point

Dani Sureck, Staff Writer

March 7, 2012


Filed under Miscellaneous, Student Life

     Soon to be a second generation attendee of West Point, senior Shannon Rogers will train to become a military officer on the same campus as her father. Shortly after graduation, Shannon will move to New York to begin her studies and training.      During her decision making process, Shannon...

Wildcats Step up to the Plate

Wildcats Step up to the Plate

Maddie Patton, Staff Writer

March 6, 2012


Filed under Miscellaneous, Sports, Student Life, Upcoming Games

     After what head coach Rick Robertson said was a solid run of games to begin the season, the baseball team is preparing for its second tournament at South Grand Prairie March 1-3 against five different schools from around the area.      In the Feb. 23-25 tournament at Naamen Forest High...

Holiday cheer arrives early

Dani Sureck, Staff Writer

October 31, 2011


Filed under Miscellaneous, Student Life

     It may not be time for the holidays yet, but that does not stop Auto Tech from giving to the less fortunate. When Robert Watson, the Auto Tech teacher, received a van for his classes to repair, he decided to give back to a family in need. The two parents and their three kids know Watson personally.     ...