The Hawk Times

Resolutions// With a new year upon us, the world is full of people with new goals. But, will they achieve those goals?
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Abby Woloss, Editor in Chief
January 10, 2020
That's right// The debate for when to decorate for Christmas time has already started to spark up once again. Well, it sparked the first of November really. But, at the end of the day, is there really such a thing as 'too early'?
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Everything Red and Green

Abby Woloss
November 12, 2019
It's all about perspective// The oncoming 2020 presidential election has many states and poll agencies already starting to gauge where certain votes will land. 
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National Review

Politics and Partisans

Abby Woloss
November 6, 2019
The Unknown// With every decision comes a consequence. It can be negative or positive based upon the trail blazed. It is when making that decision though, that all cards on the table must be laid. No one knows what will happen, so we must sit around for 7 more months and wait. Photo Credit:

And so it goes…

Abby Woloss
October 18, 2019
Bring back the Darkside // The student body population is lacking in school spirit.

The Pep Rally Plague

Sofia Rodriguez
September 4, 2019
Stress or reality? // Gearing up for prom and graduation, seniors are overwhelmed with due dates and forms to sign. Seniors have been finding it hard to gain motivation when finishing the rest of school year strong. Senior Kassidy Turner said, “I push through senioritis because I know that I only have 2 months left and I’m trying to make the most of it.”

Senioritis begins to spread

Haley Sanford, Staff writer
May 31, 2019
One last dress up // Prom week is the week of May 15-17, which means dressing up.

Prom spirit week

Ashlyn Parks, Social Media Editor, Writer
May 17, 2019
Visually appealing? // The dairy free pizza (bottom) can not even compare to the regular pizza at this Dallas restaurant. Not only did the cheese feel like glue, but it cost almost $5 more than the normal pizza.

Dairy free not found

Kassidy Turner, Editor-In-Chief
May 1, 2019
Hard work SHOULD pay off. A students giving all their effort to get A honor roll should receive some type of reward for their work. They will be much for motivated. Sophomore Ella Schirato said,

Hard work should pay off

Courtney Thompson
April 28, 2019
Working out some problems// Arena Scheduling is a detailed process that can begin to get confusing to students and staff; But, after adjusting some issues, it is an excellent way of providing students freedom to pick their own classes and it eases up the workload of counselors by giving each student an opportunity to personalize their own schedule. “I like the concept of arena scheduling, however it’s super stressful...I think they make it fairly easy for what it is though. I like being able to make multiple schedules ahead of time just incase the classes I want fill up,” said Courtney Thompson, sophomore.

Arena Scheduling: simple or stressful?

Ishika Patel, Writer
April 7, 2019
Hold on, kid // At the top of Peach Tree Hill in Crested Butte, Colorado’s ski resort, beginner snowboarders and skiiers alike flail and master the basics. “Even though skiing was fun, my favorite part of the trip was watching my dad watch the final episode of ‘The Bachelor’. He said, “I’ve never cried as much as Colton did in that one episode during my whole life.” He loved the show though,” said Caroline Bloom, sophmore.

Tailbones… not tailgates

Abby Woloss, Opinions Editor
March 24, 2019
Covered in gold // The Oscars went hostless this year for the first time in a long time.

Hostless with the mostest

Ashlyn Parks, Social Media Editor, Writer
March 4, 2019
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