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Fun run raises funds for FROG week

Yasmine Muhammad, Editor

January 31, 2020

Student Council will host the Frosty Frog Fun Run at Katherine Rose Memorial Park to help this year’s Frog Week Child, Saturday, Feb. 1. “It is one of the best fundraisers to bring in the most money for Frog Week at one...

Recycling club helps students, environment

Livingston Jenkins and Liska Best

January 24, 2020

Students race down the hallways pushing big trash cans to get recycled material in teachers’ classrooms. Sometimes they fall. At times they stumble. Many times they are tired. By the end, they are out of breath. Students...

Utley makes memories with Paralympics involvement

Avery Purl, Staff Writer

January 9, 2020

Not very many coaches walk around with the pride of saying they have participating athletes in the Paralympics. Yet there’s one coach in specific that just so happens to roam these halls, that has mentored multiple successful...

MISD conducts another successful Toys for Tots drive

Jordan Darlington, Staff Writer

January 9, 2020

Summit participated in the season of giving by collecting toys for the MISD Toys for Tots annual holiday drive. The drive is dedicated to making countless children’s holiday better, along with giving students the opportunity...

Opportunities abound in UIL academic competitions

Amari Griffin, Staff Writer

January 9, 2020

There are many opportunities coming from competing in UIL. Students will be competing in different UIL events throughout the year based on the topic or subject they are competing in. They will travel to different schools in the...

‘The Game’s Afoot’ premieres Jan. 31

Junior Knuckles, Staff Writer

January 8, 2020

Theatre arts teacher Mrs. Melissa Iverson will direct “The Game’s Afoot” that will be performed on Jan. 31 and Feb. 1 at 7pm in the PAC. “The Game’s Afoot” is one of our favorite comical plays we like to do,”...

Cichon qualifies for state

Shebra Diggs, Staff Writer

January 8, 2020

Lungs aching with every breath, soreness racing through every muscle, and calves scorching with every step. This is the fate of junior Jackson Cichon, one that he lives and breathes for, one that takes him to incredible heights. “Wanting...

Swim team glides through first semester

Isabel Fripp, Staff Writer

January 8, 2020

It isn’t often that the swim team gets recognized for its hard work and dedication to the sport. With less than favorable practice times, this team continues to put in daily effort to be great. “Swim is not easy,” Summit...

National Hispanic scholars shine

Yasmine Muhammad, Editor

January 8, 2020

Excitement in students’ eyes appear as they become eager to know who the Woo Hoo Crew is honoring. Cow bells and cheers begin to loudly ring through the room as they find out that multiple students have been honored for a prestigious...

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