Band takes first division in concert, 2nd in sight reading at annual UIL contest

Mikel Johnson

March 18, 2019


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The Concert Band earned a first division "superior" rating on the concert portion of the Region 4 UIL Concert and Sight-reading Contest and an excellent rating in sight reading at the annual spring contest March 6 in Gladewater. Some comments from the judges included "nice sound,"  "very well rehearsed,"...

Winners announced for Longview Museum of Art

Winners announced for Longview Museum of Art

Daniel Sanchez, Reporter

March 18, 2019


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On March 3 in the annual Longview Museum of Art Student Art Competition, Sabine art students placed in every category they were entered in. Freshman Jade Smith placed first in painting and received $100, sophomore Ariel Swanson placed first in drawing and received $100, junior Jorge Santiago second placed...

Emerging Leaders place second at state

Emerging Leaders place second at state

Daniel Sanchez, Reporter

March 4, 2019


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Emerging Leaders are a group of six highly talented students who debate head to head with other students over ethical dilemmas. They prepare for weeks by considering and memorizing 15 different social issues they will be required to debate over. In the 8th year of this program, the Emerging Leaders competed...

Students of the Month selected

Justin Ellis, Reporter

March 1, 2019


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February Students of the Month are for 9th grade - Callie Sparks; 10th grade - Gaby Hanes; 11th grade - Kole Stripland; 12th grade - Sydney Madden.

Yearbooks on sale

Yearbooks on sale

Cadarian Nolen, Reporter

March 1, 2019


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The final order for yearbooks has been placed, and the final quantity is limited. Any extras will be sold on a first-come, first-served basis. The cost is $50; see Ms. Skye Duncan in CLl or room 209 for an order form.

Webb wins at Sulphur Springs

Webb wins at Sulphur Springs

Daniel Sanchez, Reporter

March 1, 2019


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On Feb. 23 the Current Events team traveled to Sulphur Springs to compete in the scholastic UIL event. Junior Sarah Webb won the overall individual competition bringing home the 1st place medal.

Trip to the Dallas Holocaust Museum

Trip to the Dallas Holocaust Museum

Daniel Sanchez, Reporter

February 22, 2019


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On the Feb. 6 the students in AP English program embarked on a trip to the Dallas Holocaust Museum in order to learn more about the horrors suffered by the Jews during World War II. While there the students were able to meet a survivor of the Warsaw Ghetto, Max Glauben, who spoke to the students over...

UIL team wins sweepstakes at Hallsville UIL Meet

UIL team wins sweepstakes at Hallsville UIL Meet

Daniel Sanchez, Reporter

February 21, 2019


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The UIL Academic team took sweepstakes at Hallsville, Feb. 16, with the Math team placing 1st, the Current Events team placing 2nd, the Literary Criticism team 1st, and the Journalism team 2nd, the Spelling team 1st, the Science team 1st. The team amassed almost 400 points. The individual winners fo...

Speech Team racks up 7 medals at Miller Grove tournament

Daniel Sanchez, Reporter

February 21, 2019


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The Speech and Debate teams traveled to Miller Grove Feb. 20, winning many categories. The individual winners for Poetry were: Ryanne Stuart 1st and Makinlee Hawkins 2nd. The individual winners for LD were: Austin Raymond 2nd, Diego Agers 4th, and Caitlyn Morrison 5th. The individual winner...

Perot Museum of Nature and Science

Perot Museum of Nature and Science

Daniel Sanchez, Reporter

February 19, 2019


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Sponsors along with 69 students will be traveling to Dallas Feb. 27 to experience the adventure the Perot Museum has to offer. The Perot Museum of Nature and Science serves as a reminder of scientific marvels and advancements because of its unique and in-depth mission to educate those who go to it....

Juniors leading the attendance battle

Daniel Sanchez, Reporter

February 19, 2019


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As of Feb. 14, the juniors are in the lead of the attendance battle between classes with an attendance of 96.92% with freshmen in second with 96.81 percent, the sophomores in third with 96.67 percent, and the seniors in last with 92.70 percent. The winners of the previous six weeks are the juniors...

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