The Roaring Red

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The Roaring Red

Senior Prom

Chloe Gillum and Ryliegh Martin April 23, 2022

Dressing up. Dancing. The promposals. Corsages and heels. Prom night is what every student looks forward to their senior year, a night for an excuse to dress up, have fun, and ask someone to the dance....

Music To My Ears

Ryliegh Martin and Chloe Gillum April 18, 2022

Music brings a sense of clarity and peace of mind to students when the stress of being a teenager can get overwhelming. We often think that music can have a negative and positive effect on our emotional...


Ryliegh Martin and Chloe Gillum April 5, 2022

Every year. The same stressful decision. The same issues. The feeling of constant worry. Scheduling for next year classes has become a center of teen stress and anxiety each year, ready to bite us in the...

Dual over AP?

Ryliegh Martin , Writer, Editor March 8, 2022

High school students, for years, have relied on Advanced Placement (AP) Courses to get them into colleges and out of higher tuition costs. While AP opened up an  opportunity for students to achieve college...

Runners Get Ready…Set…Go!

Ryliegh Martin , Writer, Editor February 25, 2022

This past Friday, February 18, was the first official UIL track meet of the season; held at Mustang Panther Stadium. The meet started off quick with the 3200 Open, JV and Varsity races, leading into field...


Ryliegh Martin , Writer, Editor February 11, 2022

Peer Assistance Leadership students (PALS) is a program set for students who want to build up a community of excitement, leadership and fun in not only the highschools, as they take part in creating pep...

Protect Your Health In A World Gone COVID

Ryliegh Martin , Writer, Editor January 28, 2022

COVID-19. Omicron. When will it end? Doctors, health organizations, the president, they’re all asking the same question everyday. Yet they begin to ask in comparison, “How can we control it?” Sadly,...

Annual Fees and Budget Costs

Ryliegh Martin , Writer, Editor January 24, 2022

Many students have felt that the school’s budgeting is getting in the way of their ability to participate in athletics, tests and other events because of high booster fee costs, not enough open scholarships,...

The Mountain I Climb

Ryliegh Martin , Writer, Editor January 13, 2022

My mom used to say to me every day, “Your best isn’t defined by the grade or the score. It’s defined by how hard you tried that day.” Initially, I ignored what she said. Because I believed my...

That Time of Year is Here

Ryliegh Martin , Writer, Editor December 11, 2021

Hang up your stockings and decorate the tree. The most wonderful time of the year has come and with it many views from students. The cozy rhythm of cheer and gifting has begun, so start your traditions...

Cramming for Exams

Ryliegh Martin , Writer, Editor December 9, 2021

Semester exams are coming in the next week and so are stressful times for students as they prepare to take the last test of their semester- worth fifteen percent of their grade.  As students work to complete...

Smiling Tamara Trice

Ryliegh Martin , Writer, Editor December 4, 2021

American Sign Language or ASL, has been the known language of the Deaf in the United States since 1817. Many of those who are fluent, are deaf or hard of hearing and choose to learn it because of the impairment...

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