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Shield up!  Wearing a Captain America shirt, 7th grader Kinley Pavelka does her science work. Today was Red Ribbon Weeks Dress Like A Super Hero Day. Red Ribbon Week is a good cause, and I wanted to participate, Pavelka said.

Shield Up!

October 30, 2023
Uh oh! During the fall play, Mrs. Benoit is lecturing her actors. After 2 hours of practing, the actors backstage won’t stop talking at almost every rehearsal, and it gets on Mrs.Benoit’s nerves. “Mrs. Benoit’s lectures were mostly about us talking too much backstage,” said 8th grader Scout Newman.

Teaching Theater

Renee Sorrell, Reporter
October 30, 2023
Fear Cheer. Cheering for mms cheer, eighth grader Parker West is cheering on the football players to get a win. I love cheering because when I am out on the field, everything goes away, said West.

Fly High

Laila Estrada, Reporter
October 30, 2023
Stay loose! 8th grader Vivian Beeby stretches out before a meet. Beeby placed 12th in her category, breaking her previous record. “I like the sense of accomplishment after I run,” Beeby said.

Chasing your goals

Lily Zimmerman, Reporter
October 30, 2023
5, 6, 7, 8! Dancing for Coach Kathryn Reeves, 8th graders Ruby Wilson  and Destiny Deason lifts Selah Rabalais. During class students learned their routine for the fall show. Being lifted Is kinda scary, but also its also really fun, Said Rabalais.

Dancing for Spirit

Leighton Estrada, Reporter
October 27, 2023
Morning Routine. Spending her morning in the 8th-grade hallway, 8th-grader Alexa Elmore scrolls through her phone. Elmore normally gets to school around 8:15 and hangs out with her friends. We should be allowed to be in other places than the hallway, Alexa said, if we could be in the cafeteria, we would have plenty of space and not have to be clumped into one tiny hallway.

Calming the Chaos

Emma Hankins, Managing Editor
October 26, 2023
On your marks. Placing her foot behind the starting line, 8th grader XC runner, Avery Jeter takes a deep breath. Her first ever XC meet of the season, a 2 mile-long run held at Azle.  When I put my foot on the starting line thats when it hit me that this was my first meet of the season and I wanted to do great. Said 8th grader, Avery Jeter. I needed to be confident in myself in order to do good.

Running for success

Kaialynn Kobayashi, Reporter
October 24, 2023
Next Stop! 8th grader, Dalys Maya gets on the bus. Maya boards onto bus 50 after a long day of school. My favorite part of the bus is getting to listen to music on the way home, Maya said.

Busy Buses

Emma Stiles-Carter, Staffer
October 24, 2023
Scrumptious rolls.  On the opposite side of the lunch line, Benson spends her time either making new meatball subs or communicating to students.  Benson and other lunchladys collaborate with AMS to plan meals together and boost each other.  The meals are good in taste and in quality, Benson said.

Meatball lovers rejoice!

Christian Carver, Editor-In-Chief
October 24, 2023
Did you hear that? 8th Grade A-team player Charlotte Gartner is serving to score the last few points in the game. This was their last game against Everman and the final score was 25-8 the first set, and 25-6 the second. This was such an amazing season. We are such a talented group and seeing us get even better was amazing, Gartner said.

Keeping it Loud

Maddison Bullion, Marketing Manager
October 23, 2023
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