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Free Sports Physicals

Carter De Los Santos, staff writer

May 2, 2019

Free physicals for athletes of any sport are now being offered by Trinity Mother Frances Health Center May 3-4. Students from 9th to 11th will have to get a specific packet from the athletic training room.   Students and coaches involved in athletics believe this decision is beneficial for ...

STAAR testing

Carter De Los Santos, staff writer

April 3, 2019

With English STAAR tests coming up this April, students have been working on their benchmarks and EOC reviews to prepare and see for themselves that there ready for this test in particular.    “I have studied for about 45 minutes yesterday and I have done the EOC review, so I think I will do well,...

Job Fair

Carter De Los Santos, staff writer

March 8, 2019

The annual Job Fair will be held at the cafeteria on March 21. Booths will be set up for positions such as teachers, janitors, and lunch ladies.   “Students are welcomed to be door greeters and interact with participants because students are the face of our district.” paraprofessional Kev...

Whitehouse vs. Hallsville

Imahn McAlister, Staff Writter

March 7, 2019

The Whitehouse girls junior varsity soccer team went up against Hallsville and won with a score of 3-0. The team feels as if they played better than the last time they went up against Hallsville. The last time they faced them they lost with a score of 4-1. ¨We lost to them last time so we played...

That’s The Game

Imahn Mcalister, Staff Writer

March 6, 2019

Boys Varsity Baseball team  competed against Lindale, Atlanta, Springhill, and All Saints, losing to Lindale with a score of 4-1. However,  the team won against Atlanta with a score of 10-9, and they continued their winning streak and beat All Saints with a score of 13-3. “The Springhill game...

Senior Graduation

Elizabeth Freeman, Editor-In-Chief

January 31, 2019

Senior graduation will be held at the Wildcat Stadium on May 31 at 8 p.m. “I think its a great idea moving it out to the stadium,” dean of instruction Julie Fowler said. “Even though its going to be hot I think it allows more family members to come see their loved one graduate and I think i...

BPA to Compete at Regionals

BPA to Compete at Regionals

Dana Ramirez, Editor-in-Chief

January 18, 2019

Business Professionals of America (BPA) will leave for their Regional competition at Reedy High School tomorrow. “I am so excited to meet others who share my interest and aspirations,” junior Salina Jiang said. “We are going to gain so much experience by competing against others and understandi...

Captain Marvel presale’s

Captain Marvel presale’s

Carter De Los Santos, staff writer

January 17, 2019

Captain Marvel is the upcoming installment in the Marvel cinematic universe. The film will be released on March 8.   “We’re seeing fantastic advance ticket sales for Captain Marvel because it’s a historic film for Marvel studios, one that fans have been waiting to see for a decade,” Fandango's Erik Davis...

Earbud Petition

Earbud Petition

Elizabeth Freeman, Editor-In-Chief

January 16, 2019

In response to a petition created by an anonymous student to allow headphones during the whole day of school, the principal’s advisory committee will meet today. “I’ve been meeting with campus leadership, teachers, and different people, discussing to have headphones during power hour.” principal ...

Whitehouse vs Hallsville

Carter De Los Santos, staff writer

November 12, 2018

The Whitehouse Wildcat varsity football team went against the Hallsville Bobcats last Friday. They started strong; scoring the first two touchdowns in the game. Hallsville did begin to catch up by drawing with Whitehouse until the third quarter with 28-28, only to have the Wildcats come back with a ...

We Will Remember Dear Whitehouse High

We Will Remember Dear Whitehouse High

Morgan Gage, Staff Writer

July 8, 2018

In order to say goodbye to the school that served as both a high school and junior high to much of the community before it is torn down, Whitehouse residents gathered on July 8th to say goodbye to the school. A crowd mostly comprised of former Whitehouse alumni and faculty gathered at what last served...

WHS to Host Twirling, Dancing, Color Guard Competition

Courtney Eeds, Guest Writer

April 13, 2018

There will be a twirling, dancing and color guard competition at the high school this Saturday at 9 a.m. as a fundraiser to help the Whitehouse Band Boosters. “This competition has developed into a broad spectrum event that is multi disciplines in terms of its participating art forms,” head ban...

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