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Class of 2020 Plans Taking Shape; Time to Start Making Payments

Class of 2020 Plans Taking Shape; Time to Start Making Payments

Khadija Aljanabi, Reporter

January 22, 2020

The Wisdom HS Class of 2020 will have the Balfour Company design and fit their cap and gown, and offer other graduation items for sale. Students can place their orders here at Wisdom on Thursday, Jan. 23 & Friday Jan. 24, in the cafeteria during lunch. Your first deposit for a cap & gown package is $80. Senior...

Seniors Weigh-In on Life Plans After Graduation

Seniors Weigh-In on Life Plans After Graduation

Dina Arefaine, Reporter

January 17, 2020

As the Class of 2020 approaches their graduation ceremony - now just five months away - we checked in with a few of them to see what they are thinking about doing, once that diploma is in their hands. Marsio Carbonetti Marsio is a member of the Varsity Basketball team at Wisdom. "My goal after...

Law Enforcement Students Visit the Texas Prison Museum

Law Enforcement Students Visit the Texas Prison Museum

Mara Nezami, Editor

December 18, 2019

Correctional Services students here at Wisdom High School recently took a trip to the Texas Prison Museum near Huntsville. The main purpose of the trip was to give the students the opportunity to experience and learn about different aspects of prison history. CTE teacher Ms. Jacqueline Sayavedra Escobar...

The Freshman Culture Shock of High School

The Freshman Culture Shock of High School

Angie Sanchez Reyes, Reporter

December 5, 2019

During middle school, I was very calm about my school environment. Unfortunately, I heard many people criticizing the behavior of high school students. Hearing all of those negative thoughts and opinions about high school made me feel nervous and very awkward. Graduating from middle school and entering...

The Truth Behind Our Screens

The Truth Behind Our Screens

Mara Nezami and Dina Arafaine

December 2, 2019

Understanding teenagers and technology can seem a little overwhelming. Today teens are so closely connected to their phones or their technology devices, that they forget to eat right, sleep enough, and do the daily school work they are responsible for. To begin with, let's give a summary of what the...

Inside the Empathy Without Borders Club

Inside the Empathy Without Borders Club

Shiza Ahmed, Reporter

November 22, 2019

While empathy is a right brain activity, it is far from being a touchy-feely topic. At its core, empathy is the ability to identify and understand another's situation, feelings and motives. Empathy means: "putting yourself in the other person's shoes" or "seeing things through someone else's eyes." The...

The Pearls Club: Shining Brightly

The Pearls Club: Shining Brightly

Josselyne Ramirez, Reporter

November 1, 2019

The Pearls Club offers young ladies an opportunity to have fellowship with one another, as well as an opportunity to learn, grow, and develop socially, emotionally and academically. They provide a safe space where girls can voice their real life problems and find positive solutions to the situations...

CTE Students Learn Business Operations at HEB & Local Food Truck Yard

CTE Students Learn Business Operations at HEB & Local Food Truck Yard

Submitted

October 28, 2019

Wisdom CTE teacher Ms. Simmons recently had her students complete a food truck project on the four functions of business: Production, Marketing, Management and Finance. Upon completion of the class research and assignments, the students were afforded the great opportunity to go see first hand what a...

Upward Bound Offers Support for STEM Students

Upward Bound Offers Support for STEM Students

Ivan Chavez, Reporter

October 14, 2019

Interested in math and science? Well we have the place for you! Trio Upward Bound math and science program encourages students to improve their education and pursue a post-secondary degree in a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) This program offers many things, such as: college Tours,...

What’s it like to Work at Starbucks? Our Barista Explains

What’s it like to Work at Starbucks? Our Barista Explains

Sarah De La Garza, Columnist

October 7, 2019

Have you ever wondered what its like to work at Starbucks? The ins and outs at one of the fastest paced coffee shop in the world? Well let me tell you! As a high school student at Wisdom High School, working at Starbucks, I can tell you from firsthand experience that it can be very difficult at times. For...

Driver’s Ed Offered as After-School Program

Driver’s Ed Offered as After-School Program

Shiza Ahmed, News Reporter

October 2, 2019

Want to join an informative, helpful & necessary after-school program? If you’re over the age of 15 and needing to learn how to drive a car, Mr. Almonte is teaching this year’s Drivers Education Course on Mondays and Wednesdays from 4 to 6 pm. Drivers Education was built with the intent of providing...

Candidates for 2019 Spring Homecoming King & Queen

Candidates for 2019 Spring Homecoming King & Queen

Staff Reports

March 20, 2019

The Candidates for the 2019 Wisdom High School Spring Homecoming King & Queen have been announced. Voting will take place Thursday & Friday, March 21-22, and the winners will be announced at the Homecoming Soccer Game on Friday night. KING: Arthur Miller, Arsel Kisanga, Theidas Baran, Marcus G...

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