The Roaring Red

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The Roaring Red

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Football Season Comes To An Unfortunate End

Football Season Comes To An Unfortunate End

David Lasch, Reporter December 5, 2021

Over the weekend the varsity Colleyville Heritage High School Panther Football team played in the quarter finals against Summit Mansfield to achieve a place to participate in the semifinals. CHHS, of which...

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...

Panthers of the Week (11/29-12/3)

Panthers of the Week (11/29-12/3)

Chloe Gillum, Writer, Reporter December 3, 2021

Rafa Merland-Roa, sophomore Rafa has played on the varsity golf team for the past two years. She grew up around the game of golf and was surrounded by it as she got older, and felt as if it was only...

Welcome to this year’s chapter of National English Honor Society!

Welcome to this year’s chapter of National English Honor Society!

Cori Getzendanner, Writer, Reporter December 2, 2021

Welcome to this year’s chapter of National English Honor Society! Sherri Morrison still reigns as teacher liaison, and the officers are as stated below. President: Jacqueline Knappenberger Vice...

Traveling in the Season of Thanks

Ryliegh Martin , Writer, Editor November 19, 2021

A day of blessings and thanks. A time for family and friends. Thanksgiving has been known to be the feast of feasts, a day in the year where family gets together and enjoys a holiday meal written in...

Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving

David Lasch, Reporter November 19, 2021

It's that time of year again. Welcome back to the Holiday season! Over the next week, CHHS students will be on Thanksgiving break. Thanksgiving is celebrated on the forth Thursday of November every...

Book Recommendations

Writer, Reporter, Chloe Gillum November 19, 2021

Kimberly Yeager-Bowden taught high school English for 16 years before deciding she needed a change in her life and career. Bowden has been a librarian for the past five years and has worked at CHHS for...

Panthers of the Week 11/15-11/19

Panthers of the Week 11/15-11/19

Cori Getzendanner, Writer, Reporter November 17, 2021

Benjamin Haines, 9th grade Benjamin is in Ms. Trice's ASL 1 class. He decided to take ASL because his brother took it in high school and Benjamin wants to be like him. He plans to continue learning...

From Bones to Chemicals

Chloe Gillum, Writer, Reporter November 15, 2021

Each day for up to five weeks at a time, James Sammons would wake up in the early hours of the morning to dig for dinosaur bones in the Alaskan Tundra. Sammons attended Washington and Lee University for...

Photos courtesy of Emerson Newton

Band Goes To State

November 14, 2021

Not long ago, the CHHS band made an achievement that they could be really proud of. Recently, the marching band competed in the state competition where they ended up placing 11th over all. On October...

Is It Worth It?

Ryliegh Martin , Writer, Editor November 13, 2021

According to CollegeBoard, Advanced placement or AP, has roughly 27.1% of high school students in the nation in AP classes and over 38.3% of those students taking at least one Ap exam. Students who take...

Happy Veterans Day!

Ryliegh Martin , Writer, Editor November 11, 2021

Hello Panthers! Take today to thank our Veterans for their service!  

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