The Roaring Red

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The Roaring Red

The Roaring Red

Lockers Should Be Available For Student Use

Lockers Should Be Available For Student Use

Cori Getzendanner, Writer, Reporter November 3, 2021

After students started hiding drugs, guns or other illegal items in their lockers, most high schools stopped allowing students to use them.  Lockers should be available to students because they allow...

Christmas Trees in November

Ryliegh Martin , Writer, Editor November 3, 2021

When is it considered too early to decorate for Christmas? Students and teachers share their insight on when trees and decor should be put up and when it’s too late to start. A survey was done by...

Halloween Sneaks up Around the Corner

Ryliegh Martin , Writer, Editor October 28, 2021

Halloween, perceived by many, is a childish holiday. Even though that ideal seems to only appeal to a limited few. High school students, after years of trick or treating, still get excited for a night...

School Lunches in GCISD

School Lunches in GCISD

David Lasch, Reporter October 11, 2021

In the state of Texas, 53% of all schools offer free lunch to their students. Schools in Dallas ISD, Allen ISD, Keller ISD, and many other school districts in our local area already offer free lunch to...

The Mousetrap

The Mousetrap

David Lasch, Writer October 3, 2021

Over the weekend, the Colleyville Heritage Theatre Department had their first show of the year. This year, the department decided to show the production of Mousetrap, which is a Murder Mystery story. The...

Student Voice

Chloe Gillum, Writer, Reporter September 12, 2021

Every student has experienced things that they don’t like or necessarily agree with about school. Most of the time, however, students do not have the opportunity to have their voices heard. School...

Open The Campus

Ryliegh Martin , Writer, Editor September 5, 2021

Open campus became closed after administrators prohibited leave by any student, including seniors during class hours. Leaving students trapped in an eight hour day with no change in scenery.  Administrators...

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