The Hawk Times

They’ll be there for you // Showing off the members of the Best Buddies program, Ms. Erwin smiles proudly. This years Buddy program had an over all impact as she says goodbye to the seniors. “Im so proud of them when they leave and I hope they will be forever different. I feel a great sense of pride in them, especially for their future later on when they have kids they wont feel separated either. I feel more privileged to have had the chance to give them these opportunities to be successful in their futures more than anything,” said Ms. Erwin.

The best of buddies

Haley Sanford, Staff writer
April 29, 2019
Party on // This time of year it is graduation season. Graduation parties are a way to celebrate with friends and family! said Kassidy Turner

Graduation party season

Ashlyn Parks, Social Media Editor, Writer
April 29, 2019
Blue water// For many students, lakes are all about wake boarding, tanning, and tubing. For Jacob Davis, home is where the water is. I spend so much time practicing rowing on the lake. Its a huge commitment, says the junior.

Lake hair, don’t care

Abby Woloss, Opinions Editor
April 28, 2019
Ready. set, workout! // Planet Fitness Teen Summer Challenge provides a free and easy way to get 15-18 year-olds active throughout the summer. I cant wait to start working out at Planet Fitness in the summer. Going to workout with your friends anytime you want and at no cost?Sounds awesome to me, said Jason Stanford, junior.

Teen Summer Challenge

Ishika Patel, Writer
April 28, 2019
Avengers Assemble // Marvel, in wake of the new movie, released a slogan prompting people to not spoil the end of the movie and the end of the Avengers saga. If I see a spoiler, I might hurt someone, said one student in the halls.

We’re in the Endgame now

Kassidy Turner, Editor-In-Chief
April 26, 2019
Breaking Stereotypes // Garrett Short serves as an example of students who participate in both athletic and in high-academic subjects. I am in honor roll and in robotics, said Garrett, Senior.

Garret Short

Camron Green (Cheeseburger), Sports Editor
April 25, 2019
Goal // The stadium that the Lady Hawks played at. The game was fun and im glad I got to support the hawks said Kacie Varner.

Losing the win

Ashlyn Parks, Social Media Editor, Writer
April 23, 2019
Scenic views abound // As one of the most beautiful cities in Texas, its no wonder that people are drawn to Rockwall. The true issue comes when we run out of room for them.

Rockwall booming

Kassidy Turner, Editor-In-Chief
April 22, 2019
Help as a whole // As Mrs. Spampinato’s room begins to fill up with food, she still makes an effort to collect as many donations as possible. Donating food to the HAWKS Care program, Sydney Calk makes an impact and wishes to do more for the community. “I was inspired to donate to this program because I was always taught to give back to my community. I am fortunate enough to not have to worry about being hungry and I love being able to help people and prevent hunger in our community,” Sydney Calk said.

The smallest gestures count

Haley Sanford, Staff writer
April 18, 2019
Lights, camera, action // Theatre serves as a big part of Emersons school life but it is not just limited to school. Theatre, for her, extends into her life outside of Heath High  and she enjoys it. Theatre for me is a great way for me to be myself and act with my friends. Its a really fun and enjoyable time and Im so glad I did it, said Emerson Witherspoon, sophomore.

Emerson Witherspoon

Ishika Patel , Writer
April 17, 2019
A multi-talented student // After coming home from a long school day, Mia finds her path away from stress through music or friends and family. I have always loved music ever since I was little so I began to play interments. I fell in love with so many of them so now I guess I am a multi-instrumental person, if thats even a thing, said Mia Mclemore, sophomore.

Mia Mclemore

Ishika Patel , Writer
April 17, 2019
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