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Women of the Junior League help with scholarships

Jessica Zarate, staff writer

October 17, 2011

The Junior League has a program called Scholarship Clearing House. Scholarship Clearing House is a free service provided to all high school senior boys and girls. Clearing House helps seniors find different types of scholarships...

I am a survivor: A cancer fighter’s story

Anna Mohr, staff writer

October 14, 2011

A breast cancer survivor's advice to all women battling it is to have a positive attitude, pray, and be around the people you love the most because you gain strength from them. This was from English teacher Elizabeth Nunley...

Greenwood gets a greenhouse

Madalyn Mapp, staff writer

October 4, 2011

Last spring and during the summer, a greenhouse was built next to the high school. It is used for biology and chemistry experiments, and for plant and water studies. AP biology juniors and seniors four years ago raised just...

Cross country teams shape up

Ashli Perez, Shelby Rogers, staff writers

October 4, 2011

With three meets behind them the cross country teams shape up , and Coach Quint Anthony is leading the teams to each meet. This is his first semester of being head coach. The teams practice every day and on average runs two...

Theatre lures graduate to return

Itzel Garza and Ashley Turner, staff writer

October 3, 2011

The new theater arts teacher is Tara Granberry. After graduating  from University of Texas at the Permian Basin, she came back to Greenwood to fulfill her dreams of being a teacher for theatre arts. She said she loves to inspire...

Dress code is revised

Libby Teagarden, staff writer

September 29, 2011

On the first day of school, according to vice principal Tommy Heiting, 50 to 60 students were sent home due to dress code violations. "I hate to have kids sent home for any reason, but it made a statement," art teacher Jimmy...

School spirit rises to the top

Richard Martin, staff writer

September 29, 2011

Pep rallies are changing in order to make the crowd more involved in school spirit and the team, sponsor Tara Granberry said. "We're going to cheer a lot harder and get new spirit items to throw to the crowd," Granberry said. Captain...

New teacher goes from notes to numbers

Robert Walker, staff writer

September 29, 2011

New math teacher Carol Long was not always on the path she is now. Back in college she majored in music. Over time, she fell in love with math instead. She knew many students had trouble with math, and wanted to help them through...

Redwine’s volleyball winning streak is intoxicating

Anna Mohr, staff writer

September 29, 2011

The volleyball team has won its past games with the help of new coach Tricia Redwine. She is a GHS graduate, returning to coach volleyball and teach biology. Redwine has coached volleyball for 13 years. “When I started...

Fellowship of Christian Athletes changes the game

Kendall Maddox, staff writer

September 29, 2011

After having Fellowship of Christian Athletes on Thursday mornings during the past years, FCA has been changed to every other Monday evening at 6:30 in the Elementary Cafeteria in hopes of more outreach. "FCA has been changed...

Publications staff steps it up

Bethany Earp, staff writer

September 28, 2011

The publications staff has gone through some money changes. They have money to spend without doing extra fundraisers to support the yearbook and online newspaper. "I hope to run the year without doing an extra fundraiser again,"...

Student Council introduces Project Beyoutiful

Jessica Hardwick, staff writer

September 28, 2011

Within the month, Student Council members are going to be working on a project called Project Beyoutiful. Student Council's previous project was homecoming which took their complete focus to make it happen. Now that homecoming...

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