The Growl

How Teachers are Handling the CoronaVirus

Kaydence Graves, Newswriter

October 30, 2020

Katie Olson teaches multiple “literary” courses at our school. With the Covid epidemic going on during the school year, Olson has to take on the challenge of teaching students both in person and virtually during the epidemic.  ...

Mandatory SAT chaotic event

Staff Editorial

April 8, 2019

The district paid for all juniors to take the SAT on March 6. This is a special opportunity that most students in other districts do not have. However, because of the unorganization and overall lack of information provided, i...

H-E-B scream show

December 18, 2018

“I was checking people out, as you do at H-E-B, and this lady starts screaming. She’s screaming so loud that the entire store can hear her and everyone’s turning around and looking at me and I’m looking at everyone else ...

Thank you for “Come Over When You’re Sober, Pt 2”

Heavenlee Walker, Editor

December 4, 2018

Almost a year after Lil Peep’s death, his friends and family worked to release some of his unheard songs in an album entitled “Come Over When You’re Sober, Pt 2” on Nov. 9. A couple of the songs, such as “Cry Alone” ...

“Bohemian Rhapsody” is a show stopper

Hannah Stedman, Editor-in-cheif

December 4, 2018

I admit that I’m not a diehard Queen fan. I didn’t know the names of all the band members and I didn’t know that Freddie Mercury was gay and died of AIDS. But I love their songs and have memorized most of them so I felt justifie...

Darling’s classroom vs the field

Heavenlee Walker, Editor

October 31, 2018

As soon as the bell rings, students are preparing for the next 90 minutes. With their materials in hand, they huddle to discuss the game plan, then practice both inside and outside of school. Constantly learning new things and strateg...

NHS Volunteer Project gets Muddy

Hannah Stedman, Editor-in-cheif

October 31, 2018

Students and teachers got down and dirty at the Mudstacle hosted by Vandegrift High School, Saturday October 13. LEEF (Leander Education Excellence Fund) is a nonprofit organization that helps support  and provide additiona...

Hawkins’ goals for first year as AP

Heavenlee Walker, Editor

September 26, 2018

Freshman AP Vincent Hawkins went from working at the bank in his three piece suit to strolling down the hallway in his suit with a big smile, waiving to every student he sees. Hawkins is a new staff member who had a career change from banki...

Journalism is an art so why isn’t it considered one?

Staff Editorial

September 14, 2018

Journalism should be considered an art because it does almost exactly what other fine art classes do; compete at UIL against other school for newspaper, stories can be showcased like artworks in galleries, yearbooks can win aw...

ProCom needs to be a junior class

Lily Villarreal, staff reporter

June 1, 2018

The LISD district knows the freshman requirement class, Professional Communications is educating us about colleges and the ones we want to apply to. We believe professional communication should be a requirement class for juni...

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