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  • May 10-11 Boys/Girls Track @ Austin, State Meet
  • April 27 Baseball vs S.A. Reagan, There @ 2:00 (non-district)
  • April 26-27 Boys/Girls Track @ San Antonio, Regional Meet
  • April 26 Baseball vs Eagle Pass, Here @ 6:00 (non-district)
  • April 23 Baseball vs Cigarrora, Here @ 7:00
  • April 18 Baseball (9th) vs Flour Bluff, Here @ 5:00
  • April 18 Baseball (jv) vs Flour Bluff, Here @ 7:00
  • April 18 Softball vs Flour Bluff, There @ 5:00-jv – 7:00-varsity
  • April 18 Baseball vs Flour Bluff, There @ 7:00
  • April 17 Boys/Girls Track @ TM, Area Meet

BPA Advances To State

BPA Advances To State

ClaraGrace Pavelka, Managing Editor

February 12, 2018

All members in the Business Professionals of America club are advancing for the 23rd year in a row to the BPA State Leadership Conference held at the American Bank Center on Feb. 28 through March 3. The members will compete in an array of events such as Entrepreneurship, Presentation Management Team,...

Physics Projects On a Roll

Physics Projects On a Roll

Chris Martinez, Reporter

February 8, 2018

  Students in physics classes will test their marble roller coaster projects this week, and will display the projects in the library beginning next week. “This project will cover the work, power and energy units, but it’s really covering speed, velocity and acceleration,” physics teacher...

Give a Heart to the One You Adore

Give a Heart to the One You Adore

Ashlee Burns, Editor in Chief

February 8, 2018

Theater will be selling Valentine's Day gifts to raise money for One Act Play. The $5 gifts, which will be delivered on Valentine's day during second period, include a balloon, a flower, and a heart with the sender's message, and will help theater purchase new equipment. "The money will go toward...

Zeus, Hades, Poseidon, Oh My!

Zeus, Hades, Poseidon, Oh My!

Hannah Morris, Reporter

February 7, 2018

A Greek Mythology project is underway in freshman English classes and is to be turned in Feb. 21. Students are expected to pick, research, and write about a certain Greek god or goddess. “I was very excited when my teacher introduced the topic,” freshman Regina Soliz said. “It gave me an...

Special Prom For Special Students

Special Prom For Special Students

ClaraGrace Pavelka, Managing Editor

February 6, 2018

Special education high school students are invited to attend their private prom on Feb. 11 at the Al Amin Shrine. The dance serves as a comfortable atmosphere for special ed students to experience a high school prom and socialize with other students from across South Texas. This prom is a free dance...

Drama Cats Break a Leg During Production of Snow White

Drama Cats Break a Leg During Production of Snow White

Hannah Morris, Reporter

December 4, 2017

The Drama Cats had great success with their production of “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs” this past week. The showings were November 17th and 18th, followed by the annual children shows for Wood River and East Elementary on the 20th and 21st. “It started off pretty interesting,” theater...

FFA Quiz Team Stampedes to State

FFA Quiz Team Stampedes to State

ClaraGrace Pavelka, Managing Editor

November 30, 2017

Brent Beverly, Alexia Romero, Blake Stanley, and Max Vasquez participated in the Area FFA contest on Nov. 18. The team competed in the event FFA Quiz. The students were tested on their knowledge of general and minuscule details about the FFA organization. Out of 112 schools, the CHS quiz team pla...

Starting College Early with Dual Credit

Starting College Early with Dual Credit

Jaelyn Zapata, Reporter

November 2, 2017

Many upperclassmen are already beginning their college careers by enrolling in dual credit classes. “To get into dual credit courses, you have to apply for the Texas Application,” college and career counselor Larissa Duke said. Before starting dual credit, students must have a bacterial meningitis...

Dual Credit CNA Program Jumpstarts Students’ Medical Career

Dual Credit CNA Program Jumpstarts Students’ Medical Career

Madison Brown, Reporter

November 2, 2017

The Certified Nurse’s Assistant program through Del Mar is helping CHS students like senior Lilly Wuneburger graduate with a certificate to be a nurse’s aide, in addition to having their high school diplomas. The course is one semester long and requires a uniform, background check, and drug screening. “The...

Interact Club Turning Trash to Treasure

Interact Club Turning Trash to Treasure

ClaraGrace Pavelka, Managing Editor

October 19, 2017

By reselling weathered and unused goods, the Interact Club generated $2,000 for scholarships. The club had its annual rummage sale to raise money for the Rotary Scholarships, which would be given to kids attending Calallen High School. The fundraiser was October 7 from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. in the...

New Hangout Brewing in Calallen

New Hangout Brewing in Calallen

Lela Eggen, Reporter

October 17, 2017

The latest food chain addition to Calallen is Starbucks. Starbucks has been the new biggest hang out since it opened on September 18. In fact, some students from Calallen work at Starbucks and really enjoy it. “I didn’t know if I wanted to work there or not, but I decided to anyway,” Ezekiel...

Atrium Expecting Changes

Atrium Expecting Changes

Samantha Zentz, Reporter

October 17, 2017

Biology teacher Mrs. Presley and her students have big plans for the atrium this year. The outdoor oasis is in need of a little sprucing up. “We have a budget for the atrium just like other departments have,” Presley said. “When the conditions are correct and we prep the ground, then we’ll...

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