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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

Choir making Gold In UIL

Choir making Gold In UIL

Christi Herriot, Writer

February 20, 2017

Saturday, February 4, the Calallen High school and Middle school choirs competed at the UIL Solo & Ensemble at Texas A&M Kingsville. The competition was tough, but the choir members had a successful day full of accomplishment and awards. Many of CHS choir members ranked highly in the competition,...

Students’ Frustrations Rise due to Vending Machine Problems

Students’ Frustrations Rise due to Vending Machine Problems

Christi Herriot and Christian Ortiz, Reporter

February 9, 2017

Students have been having complications with the school’s vending machines since the beginning of the year. The frequent shutdowns and malfunctions of the machines have irritated the students. While some of the machines have all the drinks piled up on the bottom, others don’t accept bills, and...

BPA Selling Carnations For Valentine’s Day

BPA Selling Carnations For Valentine’s Day

ClaraGrace Pavelka, Writer

February 8, 2017

All thirteen BPA members have advanced to State, which is in Dallas this year; however, funds are low. Help support BPA and spread love this Valentine’s Day by buying a two dollar carnation. Contact any BPA member to buy a carnation, or visit Ms. O’brien in room 607. The sale will end Friday,...

Northwest Rotary Club 12th Annual Fish Fry

Northwest Rotary Club 12th Annual Fish Fry

Ashlee Burns, Managing Editor

February 8, 2017

The Northwest Rotary Club, along with Calallen's and Robstown's interact clubs, will be holding their 12th annual fish fry on Friday, March 31, 2017 at the VFW Post #3837 located at 12030 Leopard Street, Corpus Christi, Texas. The fish fry will include a meal starting at 6 P.M., and both live and...

Band Promotes Program to CMS Students

Band Promotes Program to CMS Students

Cameron Francis, Staff Writer

January 26, 2017

On January 13th the Calallen High School Band performed their 2016 marching band show “Scitys” at the Calallen Middle School. The show consists of 5 movements: “Simplicity”, “Velocity”, “Elasticity”, “Virtuosity”, and “Intensity”. In previous years, the high school band talked...

Upcoming Blood Drive

Upcoming Blood Drive

Ashlee Burns, Managing Editor

January 25, 2017

January 24th was the day for students, at a minimum of 17 years old and 110 lbs, to donate blood and save a life. The blood mobiles will be on campus again on March 21st, but it is necessary that students sign up before and check in with the nurses in front of the stairwell near the theatre arts...

BPA Goes to Region

BPA Goes to Region

ClaraGrace Pavelka, Staff Writer

January 23, 2017

The Business Professionals of America club has competed at region last Saturday January 14, 2017. The BPA advisor Diana O'Brien hoped the best for her members and wished them the best of luck. “We have been successful in the past. Last year everyone walked the stage,” Ms. O'Bbrien said. Tuloso...

Livestock Show is Back!

Livestock Show is Back!

Ashlee Burns, Managing Editor

January 12, 2017

The 82nd annual Nueces County Junior Livestock show is around the corner, promoting the work in agriculture, homemaking, and industry to the Nueces County youth as it does every year through it's many events. After receiving plenty of negative attention last year due to the nine positive drug...

Dog Adoption Program New to CHS

Dog Adoption Program New to CHS

Beth Hicks, Staff Writer

January 11, 2017

Mrs. Nelson’s Ag class is hosting a small animal adoption program, and currently has dogs that are looking for their ‘furever’ homes. Ag student, Hannah Crawford, urges fellow students to adopt the dogs. In fact, she has adopted one for herself. “Well, I wasn’t actually planning on adopting,”...

CEF Hosts ‘Casino Night’ Fundraiser

CEF Hosts ‘Casino Night’ Fundraiser

Kylie Long, Editor in Chief

January 11, 2017

The Calallen Education Foundation is a program that supports students and provide grants as well as financial backing to educators striving for excellence. The CEF will be hosting Casino Night on Saturday, March 4th at the Al Amin Shriner’s Crystal Ballroom from 6:00 pm- 11:00 pm. The goal is to rais...

Manufacturing Class Visits PPC Powder Coatings Company

Manufacturing Class Visits PPC Powder Coatings Company

Ashlee Burns, Managing Editor

December 14, 2016

Manufacturing students have recently received equipment to begin powder coating, a dry finishing process in which an object is coated in powder and heated at high temperatures to form a protective finish that is resistant to wear and tear. Students made their way to Protective Powder Coatings (PPC),...

Sophomore Interact Board Recognizes Janitor’s Work Effort

ClaraGrace Pavelka, Staff Writer

December 13, 2016

The Sophomore students from the Interact Club are filling stockings with gifts, and giving them to our school’s janitors. The stockings will be assembled Tuesday December 13, 2016, and they will be handed out Wednesday and Thursday. “The Sophomore Interact board decided to do the stockings for...

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