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Sophomores showing up // Ishika has brought so much liveliness to the News Staff this year. Even though she was one of the younger staff members, she still stepped up to lead her peers when she needed to.

Ishika Patel

Kassidy Turner, Editor-In-Chief
May 19, 2019
Leaving her mark // As an excellent writer and excellent student, Abby has served us well as the Managing and Opinions editor of the 2018-2019 Hawk Times News Staff. We couldnt have imagined this year without her.

Abby Woloss

Kassidy Turner, Editor-In-Chief
May 19, 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
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
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
Friends and family combined // Everyone that knows and loves Rodrigo made it happen to be on that bus with him, and Rodrigo loved all of it. I loved seeing fellow Hawks come together and put a smile on his face, which we certainly did. He never let us forget that it was his bus!! said Miranda.

The magic school bus

Kassidy Turner, Editor-In-Chief
April 7, 2019
Making the most of it // Senior Gillyan Jewett understands what its like to feel the emotions of being a senior. When it comes to feeling the emotions of it, Ive felt all of it. The good, the bad, and the senioritis.

The year of lasts and firsts

Kassidy Turner, Editor- In-Chief
March 31, 2019
Are you a strip or nugget person? // Speculation has arisen that Chick-Fil-A not only changed its appearance, but changed the way they cooked their nuggets as well. They just taste different, said Carley.

The chicken has returned

Kassidy Turner, Editor-In-Chief
March 22, 2019
Almost time // Senior Peyton Washburn, an AP student, is gearing up for Graduation. But something inside is keeping her from being fully available to let go. “Maturity level wise, I’m so ready to graduate. But at the same time, I don’t want to leave home.”

Peyton Washburn

Kassidy Turner, Editor in Chief
March 1, 2019
All tied up // Julia, current senior, spends her time in PALs, on the Varsity Softball team, going to FCA meetings, and in AP classes. Running from event to event causes a few stumbles up and down the stairs. “I’ve fallen down these stairs so many times, it should be an Olympic sport,” said Julia.

Julia Pughes

Kassidy Turner, Editor-In-Chief
February 27, 2019
Divided we stand // Although America spans from ocean to ocean, with almost every mile under the same flag, division remains in the tension from race to race. As long as there is still hatred in America, especially for immigrants, racism will still be around, said Cesar Del Rosario, junior.

The past and the present

Kassidy Turner, Editor-In-Chief
February 21, 2019
Accidentally in love // Netflix offers a variety of Rom-Coms to suit your desires, but the selection dwindles for those who have watched them all.

Love, actually

Kassidy Turner, Editor-In-Chief
February 11, 2019
Why the cow didn’t cross the road // Many students choose Chick-Fil-A over other options in Rockwall, and it’s been voted Rockwall’s favorite Fast-Food Establishment in the Blue Ribbon News 2 years in a row. “I usually go to Chick-Fil-A four to six times a week,” said Sarah Fields.

No mor chikin

Kassidy Turner, Editor-In-Chief
February 7, 2019
Taking on the team // Carmen Perez, senior, left, poses with other Rockwall-Heath cheerleaders. The cheerleaders influenced my high school experience by giving me the opportunity to show my spirit, and how great fun I am for RHHS, said Carmen.

A spirited senior season

Kassidy Turner, Editor-In-Chief
February 1, 2019
Holding him up // Cesar Del Rosario, junior, serves kids he barely knows on a weekly basis by letting them know that someone cares. Serving for me allows me the chance to show someone else that they have a friend.

Students serving others

Kassidy Turner, Editor-in-Chief
January 27, 2019
Sad, Emptiness // The 3000 hallway, a hallway filled with many types of classes and that holds students on a daily basis, will especially miss its students on January 21st.

Resting, respecting, remembering

Kassidy Turner, Editor in Chief
January 17, 2019
Photo courtesy of @brettmichealross on Instagram.

Biking through Time

Kassidy Turner, Staff Writer, Editor in Chief
December 13, 2018
The dreaded attendance office: sick kids spend many an hour here signing in and signing out of school, ruining any chances of exemptions.

No Flu For You

Kassidy Turner, Editor in Chief, Writer
December 13, 2018
Holiday cheer the RISD way

Holiday cheer the RISD way

Kassidy Turner, Editor in Chief
December 11, 2018
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