Through the decades of style, clothing pieces ranging anywhere from scrunchies to tie-dye, continue to shine. This essence of immortality is shown through junior Emily Snyder’s everyday style.
After years of making it to the playoffs, the women’s soccer team hopes to make another postseason appearance with their new squad. The team has high hopes to push through this tough district, and come out victorious.
Tuesday, Jan. 21 marks a comeback for spirit nights for the Class of 2020. Falcons are encouraged to eat out at Bottlecap Alley on 148 S. Main Street, from 4 p.m. to 10 p.m. in support of the senior class.
The time for cheerleading tryouts is fast approaching for both returning and future Falcons alike. Students interested in being a mascot, manager, or cheerleader should be aware of a few mandatory items they must take care of before auditions.
Talks of Trump’s impeachment have been a common whisper for years, but in light of recent events, they became a reality. Trump faced impeachment on Dec. 18, 2019 and is now awaiting a vote from Congress that will decide if he stays in office or not.
Keller ISD is covering the cost for juniors and seniors to take the SAT or ACT. Take advantage of this opportunity to take a test for free before it’s gone. Registration opened at 8 a.m. on Nov. 18 and will close at 4 p.m. on Jan. 24.