The Ranger Revolver

List of class officers

Yari Huerta, staff writer

September 26, 2017

Who is representing your class? Find out Seniors President-Madison Ulcak Vice President- Jacie Roye Treasurer- Ryan Grantham Secretary- Caitlynn Payne Junior President-Jake Somers Vice President- Taylor...

New Student Council officers in action

Maddie Caughron, staff writer

May 4, 2017

Student Council officer elections were in April, and the turnover is already beginning. "I look forward to taking charge and improving Student Council to its best form, and to work with the new up coming officers, as well as...

Band goes on trip

Samuel Roman, staff writer

May 4, 2017

Having gone to State in marching and earning sweepstakes at concert, the Greenwood Ranger Band had an excellent year. The band earned all ones from all six judges in the UIL concert contest in April. They earned the highest...

‘Eurydice’ cast, crew get judges’ positive notice in long One-Act Play run

April 12, 2017

GHS One Act Play Awards 2017 Eurydice by Sarah Ruhl   District Advancing Play All-Star Cast: Brady Robbins as Lord of the Underworld Joaquin Sotelo as Loud Stone Noah Little as Big Stone Tyler Cozart as Littl...

Elections for Student Council officers off to a start

Joseph Cervantes, Staff Writer

April 4, 2017

The school year comes to a close and Student Council prepares to elect new officers for the year after. Student Council has decided that elections will be April 5. To run for an office, a student does not need to currently...

Robotics is on a roll

Joseph Cervantes, Staff Writer

March 27, 2017

Robotics class thrives through the year. Robotics has already had its first meet. Most of the students in the class agree they're on the right track. Robotics continues to work, with or without any sort of publicity. Recentl...

We are First Priority – study group meets at lunch

Joseph Cervantes, staff writer

February 6, 2017

First Priority is a youth group, which meets on Thursdays each week, during A and B lunch. Standard topics are for Bible study. Anyone can come, in Room 93. Any attendees can bring their lunch.

PALs are role models for kids at the elementary

Ana Perez, Karin Soto, staff writer

February 6, 2017

The PALs Program is a peer mentoring program that pairs a high school student with an elementary student. The high school students help by acting as a role-model to the elementary student. PAL s stands for Peer Assisted Leadership. Certification...

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