Wildcat Tales

Homecoming Queen Nominee: Emily Lin

Yeesoo Lee, Staff Writer

October 5, 2011

Q: Did you have any expectations to be nominated as Queen? A: Both my parents had high expectations of me, and they constantly asked me about it everyday. It has been my dream since third grade to be Homecoming Queen. Q: Do you have any friends that you are running against in Homecoming Court? ...

Homecoming Queen Nominee: Alyssa Yarrow

Danielle Deraleau, Staff Writer

October 4, 2011

Q: Were you expecting to be nominated for homecoming court? A: I wasn’t expecting it because there are so many girls in this school. I saw the crown, and I was shocked. Not a lot of people get to experience it. I think it’s really cool and flattering. Q: How do you feel about Plano Senior High? ...

Saving the enviroment one day at a time

Erin Ball, Staff Writer

October 4, 2011

     Stay Day is scheduled for Oct. 6. This is the first out of two days during the school year where students are most encouraged to remain on campus for lunch. The tradition started during the 2000-2001 school year, and every year student participation grows larger.  It is a carnival-like event...

Homecoming Queen Nominee: Emily Wornkey

Kimberly Mei, Staff Writer

October 4, 2011

Q: What would being Homecoming Queen mean to you? A: It would pretty much mean the whole world to me, because though I’m not in any sports I took this really seriously because I want to show that I’m a person in the school that represents everyone. I like to be really nice to people. I like car...

Homecoming King Nominee: Eric Kim

Haley Bunnell, Staff Writer

October 4, 2011

Q: How does it feel being nominated for Homecoming King? A:  I am surprised, and it feels different. I didn’t think I was going to be elected because most people campaign for their selves. I didn’t want to force myself to go in there. I knew if it happens it happens, if not I wouldn’t really care. ...

Homecoming Princess Nominee: Catherine Edmonson

Emma Barishman, Staff Writer

October 4, 2011

Q: How do you feel about being elected? A: Super pumped! this is a huge honor and I hope to make Plano proud! Q: What are you most excited for about being on court? A: I am in love with Plano, so meeting new people and laughing along the way. I am ready for this journey because I have amazi...

Cone-tastic: The highs and lows of Matt Cone’s Plano-centered life

Alyssa Matesic, Staff Writer

October 4, 2011

     Room A207 is filled with patriotic paraphernalia. Two flags hang side-by-side on the left wall, a collage covers the front podium, and any visible white space is covered by posters or artwork. The white board holds a bulleted list of historical events of the date titled “Today doesn’t suck...

Homecoming Princess Nominee: Tanner Davis

Miles Hutson, Staff Writer

September 30, 2011

Q:How did you feel when you were nominated? A: I was excited, I'm so happy, and just to get to experience the whole thing is pretty exciting. Q: What do you want to get out of your homecoming experience? A: Ultimately, I just wanna have fun and kinda take it all in because it was kind of unexpected honestly...

Homecoming Queen Nominee: Titianna Wonzer

Alyssa Matesic, Staff Writer

September 30, 2011

Q: How did you feel when you found out you were a nominee for Homecoming Queen? A: I was really, really happy because it was basically a repeat from last year. The only thing was I didn’t get to be queen last year, so now I’m a senior, and hopefully I win Queen. I was determined this year to get...

Homecoming King Nominee: Kurt Doty

Paul Burnham, Staff Writer

September 30, 2011

Q: Were you surprised to find out that you had been nominated for Homecoming Court? A: I was surprised because band said that they weren’t going to nominate anyone because we have UIL that day and they didn’t want to put and pressure on anyone running for homecoming court. But they’ve since changed th...

Welcome to Wildcattales.com: Your Online Source to All Things Plano

September 28, 2011

Meet the Editors Madison McDaniel and Diva Gulati      Our society is becoming more and more modern with every passing second. Social media plays a huge role in the life of an average teenager. Print newspapers are slowly becoming much more antiquated. Students, especially, get the majority...

Drenching Efforts: Splash Down Raises Money for Africa

J. P. Salazar, Staff Writer

September 25, 2011

      A number of students strive to come up with ways to help the local community and the world as a whole, through school run organizations like STUCO. But this was the first time STUCO members had tried to achieve that mission by soaking one another with an arsenal of water balloons. Although...