Ways to Stay Organized During Online Schooling

Emily Regalado, Writer / Photographer

April 2, 2020

Virtual classrooms have come upon us by surprise. Zoom and Google Meet have replaced the normal classrooms we are used to, and they have made us organize our classes by ourselves. To some, completing assignments at their own pace can be refreshing, but to others it is difficult to manage their time....

Choir Holds Garage Sale to Raise Funds

Kit Kearney, Writer

March 23, 2020

On Saturday February 22 the choir held a Garage sale in front of the school to help fund their choir banquet. A few members stood out in front of the school waiting for people to come by and buy things from the sale.  “I am having fun today,” senior and Choir President Grace Reeve said. “W...

First SkillsUSA District Officer From Lakeview

Keila Rubealcaba, Writer

March 23, 2020

SkillsUSA competed in Waco. At the closing ceremony, it was announced that junior Britany Alejandre would be one of the District 6 officers. She is the first Lakeview student to be an officer. “I feel nervous being the first one in Lakeview but I also hope I can inspire others to take a chance ...

Legacy Awards

Caroline Aguilar, Editor-in-Chief

February 28, 2020

Student council hosted their annual legacy award ceremony on Thursday February 20. After students received their recognition they sat down together and had lunch. “I was happy,” Malaya Samuels said. “I really wanted to win.” Senior Victor Smith won outstanding student and class favorite. “It...

What Makes High School, High School

Abraham Mulat, Writer

February 13, 2020

High school is a place of learning, academic readiness, and chasing dreams. What really makes high school unique are the clubs, after school activities, and outside-of-school functions. The friendships made will last a lifetime. Those 4 years are a journey and a part of life forever. “Highschool...

Bursting On the Scene

Bursting On the Scene

Kit Kearney, Writer

January 30, 2020

On January 22 physics teacher Michael Barry took his third period class outside to participate in an egg drop. Students were told to hold their home-made containers from the ceiling and drop them from the highest point they could reach onto the concrete. Though most eggs did end up cracking, a few were...

All About Louder Than A Bomb

Keila Rubealcaba, Writer

January 30, 2020

Louder than a bomb (LTAB) is a writing program that allows students to discover their voice and their definitions of self and community. “I think that’s the most important thing that you find yourself through writing,” English language teacher Jason Carney said. Carney first introduced LTAB...

Tech Day at LC

Tech Day at LC

Kit Kearney, Writer

January 22, 2020

On Thursday January 16 in the library, Lakeview held its second annual tech day. Tech Day was held by the Digital Militia, or the Impact Team to teach other students how to utilize technology in school and for fun activities. “I [had] fun,” junior Joury Robertson said. “I’m just going up the ramp of...

Theater Presents ‘The Wiz’

Theater Presents ‘The Wiz’

Caroline Aguilar, Editor-in-Chief, Writer

December 19, 2019

As anticipated, theatre performed “The Wiz” in the auditorium on December 5, 6, and 7 The theatre club practiced on perfecting their performance and were ready to deliver it to their audience. “I think everyone did great,” sophomore Sarah Kissay said. “They were excited to finally perform and when they did it was awesome.” This will be foreign ex...

College Fair in the Commons

College Fair in the Commons

Kit Kearney, Writer

November 22, 2019

Students filled the commons on November 13 for the college fair. Different colleges were set up at booths around the commons as students picked up information sheets at the tables and talked to representatives from each college. Many Texas colleges attended including UNT, Eastfield and TSU. The event, which only juniors and seniors were allowed to attend lasted during all four lunches...

Here’s the Issue With Overprotective Parenting

Caroline Aguilar, Editor-in-Chief

November 22, 2019

The underlying issue with overprotective parents primarily deals with the distrust they have in their child. In many cases, an overprotective parent causes their children to rebel against them. This can lead to delinquency, lying, and a more distanced relationship. Overprotective parenting ultimately...

Champions of the Night

Caroline Aguilar, Keila Rubealcaba, Editor-in-Chief, Writer

November 12, 2019

Lakeview’s Patriots tackled down the Wylie Pirates in a record-breaking game on Thursday October 3 at Wylie High school. The final score was 27-20 with the patriots taking the lead. Senior kicker Esteban Villarreal was the star of the night. He kicked the ball 45-yards making this the most phenomenal...

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