The Wolfpack

Celebrating The Graduates

Holding her basket of gifts, senior Sarah Rodriguez thanks her adoption family.

Lacie Perry, Reporter

May 27, 2020

 The COVID-19 virus may have taken away spring sports, prom and traditional graduation plans, but it can’t take away their celebration, thanks to one mom, Lisa Hunt, who started the “Adopt a Senior” group on Facebook for LISD seniors.  The “Adopt a Senior” was created in central Texas during the...

From Timberwolf To Bobcat

Holding up the Texas State University logo, Senior Nicole Leff accepts her scholarship to play basketball at the Univeristy.

Lacie Perry, Reporter

May 6, 2020

In the midst of a chaotic senior year, one person in particular has been given an opportunity of a lifetime to attend a state university on a full ride scholarship to pursue her passion for basketball.  Playing basketball since she was in fifth  grade, senior Nicole Leff has chosen to c...

Young Wings

Standing in front of his Cardinal Airplane, Freshman Alex Trebilco reminisces about the good times he's had in it.

Lacie Perry, Reporter

March 26, 2020

The gusts of wind created by the propellers of the airplane wafts through the vents that had just been pushed opened, marking off yet another item from the checklist that has to be followed before take off. Each step that is followed ensures a sense of safety for the pilot and the passengers. Going over ...

Was The Moon Landing Just a Hoax?

Lacie Perry, Reporter

March 4, 2020

On July 16, 1969, a rocket called Apollo 11 was launched from a NASA facility in Florida, with a goal to land the first man on the moon. The landing of Apollo 11 marked an important time in history, and the entire thing was televised. Somehow, in the midst of it all, this led people to believe that the ...

Lacie

February 13, 2020

Thin Mints:  An outstanding cookie. The most light and airy of them all, it has a nice layer of chocolate that’s not too dense and heavy and the minty taste creates a lighter facade than what you would think. The cookie itself is soft and not too crunchy, and the chocolate dip is smooth and...

Ally

February 12, 2020

Thin Mints:   A definite classic. Not too dense but not too light, just the perfect amount of cookie, hence the thin I assume. Very nice smooth chocolate with light crunch and enough mint to satisfy but not overwhelm the eater. Also incredibly easy to eat an entire box without realizing, be ...

Winning With Flying Colors

Containing their excitement, color guard poses for the camera after winning first place.

Lacie Perry, Reporter

February 5, 2020

All eyes are on the flags being rippled musically through the air, bright colors being reflected off of the poles from the sun. Synchronized moves come from each performer who engulfs themselves in their dancing motions, relating to the music which is booming from the speakers.  Varsity wint...

Outer Space Inhabitants

Lacie Perry, Reporter

January 21, 2020

Green flashing lights, spinning, flying saucers, all sci-fi indications of extraterrestrial life. But does it exist? Even if it may not be a green entity with an oblong head and big bulging eyes, there could be some kind of intelligent or microbial organisms living in space. While there are very few...

Taking Aim of What is in Range

Centering his target into his scope, Sophomore David Smithhart prepares to take his first shot of the round during marksmenship practice for JROTC.

Lacie Perry, Reporter

December 19, 2019

Looking through the rifle scope, he takes in a deep breath, loosening his muscles while he focuses on the target at the end of the range. The sounds of the other airborne pellets on each side of him fade into the background as his focus heightens. As he begins to free his breath, the grip on the tri...

The Key to Success

Raising her hand in oath, Barbara Sylvester speaks the words to officially join Key Club.

Lacie Perry, Reporter

December 4, 2019

 Leadership; Leading and teaching a group of people, sharing new and old experiences, and taking part in opportunities together as a team. Leadership was designed for those who want to help others, and for sophomore Barbara Sylvester her role as a leader has just begun.  Sylvester takes part in a club called Key Cl...

The Mystery of What Life Could be

Lacie Perry, Reporter

November 27, 2019

There is a belief that our world is a product of a simulation, one that is in the hands of a higher intelligent being that we humans are too dim to comprehend. Some people think that the beings are some sort of extraterrestrial life, others believe that it is our future selves. Whatever it is that is ...

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