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Schools remain closed as students and parents wait for information on the upcoming school year.
Parkway leaders share a glimpse of plans for the 20-21 school year
Bri Davis, Staff Writer • July 16, 2020

Keith Marty, Superintendent of Parkway Schools Q: What are the special protocols for students, staff, families, and guardians who are at higher risk from COVID-19? Plans for Parkway will be released on Monday,  July 20-same-day plans going out from all area school districts.  We have used...

The emphasis on the Black Lives Matter movement has become stronger than ever and will continue to grow.
What can you do?
June 11, 2020
Bonnett and his companion attend a wedding while serving in India.
Moving with a Mission
Quinn Berry, Staff Writer • June 9, 2020

While the average 19-year-old is off studying at college or beginning a new job, some choose to put these plans on pause to serve a mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (LDS), many alumni included. Beginning at the age of 18, boys can opt to serve the LDS church for a two year...

Celebrating senior night during the 2019-2020 girls tennis season, varsity girls tennis coach Katelyn Arenos poses for a picture. Like many, Arenos was unaware of the circumstances that would come the following fall. “It’s going to be exciting to be back and see everyone. While we are thrilled to get back on the courts, our main goal will be to keep everyone safe," Arenos said. "I know our tennis community will work hard to follow the standards our district will set for us."
Coach Katelyn Arenos shares how she plans to coach during COVID-19
Lilly Francis, Staff Writer • 17 hours ago

As the summer ends and fall sports begin, athletes and coaches will not find normalcy when they return to play. Social distancing measures will loom over practices and games...

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Bri Davis, Staff Writer
June 11, 2020

Moving further into 2020, the death of George Floyd caused by police officers has awakened the Black Lives Matter movement. For the past two weeks, protests have been spreading...

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A senior year cut short: seniors reflect on activities getting canceled

Courtesy of Dennis McMorrow

Senior and theatre department officer Dennis McMorrow acts in last fall’s production of “Boeing Boeing.” This spring’s one-act plays were canceled due to school closures. “I think most of the people involved in the show, including the directors, were pretty sure that the show wasn’t going to be put on once they called off classes. They had been planning their one-acts for months now, and now they don’t have the chance to see their hard work pay off,” McMorrow said. “[The school cancellation] has harmed my senior year, but I would rather everyone close to me stay safe during this time, so while I don’t like that things are being canceled, I understand that it is necessary.”

QUIZ: Which places in the school correspond with these haikus?

QUIZ: Which places in the school correspond with these haikus?

April 8, 2020

Two truths and a lie: Teacher edition

Two truths and a lie: Teacher edition

March 27, 2020

Why do we still need Black History Month?

Why do we still need Black History Month?

March 3, 2020

Open a door for a walk into the past

Open a door for a walk into the past

March 2, 2020

Senior boys compete for the 2020 Mr. Longhorn crown

Senior boys compete for the 2020 Mr. Longhorn crown

February 28, 2020

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Black Lives Matter statement

Black Lives Matter statement

2020 vision: seniors look to high school memories

2020 vision: seniors look to high school memories

An open letter to our teachers: Thank you

An open letter to our teachers: Thank you

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