The School Newspaper of Plano Senior High School.

Wildcat Tales

“The Avengers” review

J.P. Salazar, Staff Writer

May 6, 2012

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Movies & Television, Review

For a long time, superhero movies have been classified as artificial and repetitive, but Marvel's “The Avengers” successfully delivers a more enjoyable take on these movies, oh-so-despised by critics, not to mention the millions...

Two is better than one

J. P. Salazar, Staff Writer

April 2, 2012

Filed under Profile, Student Life

     Right before getting into the car and pulling out of the driveway, they’ll have to say their goodbyes. They will say farewell to their parents, siblings and friends, but some will leave under different circumstances....

Mr. Arp: Teacher of the Year

J.P. Salazar, Staff Writer

February 22, 2012

Filed under News

     A legacy of 17 years, riddled with hundreds of students, handfuls of theatre productions and an effort to be involved with the school has led to theatre department director and teacher Gregory Arp’s recognition as Teacher...

Basketball: JV Boys Plano vs. West

J.P. Salazar, Staff Writer

January 19, 2012

Filed under Sports

On Friday Jan. 13 the boys junior varsity basketball team lost their home game against West with a score of 50-62.  This puts the team at a total of five wins and seven losses for their 2011-2012 season. The games first half...

The other Super Bowl

J.P. Salazar, Staff Writer

October 27, 2011

Filed under Sports

     Some people pitch a baseball, some kick around a soccer ball, some toss around a football, some spike a volleyball, and some throw a bowling ball. Even though bowling isn’t recognized as a UIL sport, 64 students have...

Drenching Efforts: Splash Down Raises Money for Africa

J. P. Salazar, Staff Writer

September 25, 2011

Filed under News, Student Life

      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...

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