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Moody returns home to his roots

Moody returns home to his roots

Story by: Gracie Sist, Staff Writer

September 8, 2019

Change is inevitable as we live and grow; change is not always easy. But Spring Hill High School's new band executive thinks this change, the Blue Brigade getting a new director and Spring Hill gaining a new Fine Arts coordinator, was meant to be.  Change is often really just a matter of choice, and this life of...

The Truth About Summer Jobs

Story by: Krista Pleasant

September 6, 2019

Students in Longview, Texas over the summer of 2019 express how having or not having a job affected them over the summer. “With working two jobs I still had a lot of time to go do things with my friends,” senior Hayden Milam said. “And had the money to go do whatever.” Having a job seems...

Summer Work, To Do or Not To Do?

Story by: Kayden Miller

September 6, 2019

For the four in ten american’s intending to take a “summer vacation,” there’s an alternative.  For the twelve thousand summer camps that intend to host over eleven million american attendants, for the business’ that make a net $2,297,100,000 in gross production off teenagers per week d...

Hidden Wonders Within the Hill

Story by: Jacob Brewer

September 6, 2019

Students and staff alike have stories to tell from our 2019 summer break; about where they went and what they did. But for some, where they traveled isn't on a beach,or a far away country, but right here in Longview.   “I volunteered at the church and helped at the animal shelter,” junior ...

Fun and Faith

Story by: Erika Smallwood

September 6, 2019

What is Church Camp? These types of camps offer opportunities for school age children through college bound young adults to add value to their summer break from school. In July of 2019 Calvary Baptist Church hosted such a camp at Lake Tomahawk, located near Dallas in Lewisville. The expense of the camp was onl...

Heating up friendships

Story by: Brian Vaca

September 6, 2019

Summer of 2019 was a time for high school kids to take a break from the previous school year and spend their time with their friends. During school, there is not much opportunity for students to spend their free time with their friends.    “Of course I love summer, that's when most people spend time w...

We know what you did last summer…..

We know what you did last summer…..

September 6, 2019

Journalism I class took to the halls of Spring Hill High School to find out "What did Panthers do this summer?" The answers are pretty amazing. Students from Spring Hill's activities were as varied as their personalities.

Panthers Prepare,Progress

Panthers Prepare,Progress

Story by: Irianna Powell

September 6, 2019

Summertime is when people take vacations, step away from their jobs and schoolwork, and relax day-in and day-out. However, this wasn’t the case for the seventh grade through senior athletes of Spring Hill High School who attended Panther Maker. From June 3rd to August 1st, 2019,  student-athletes t...

Seniors get Ready to Graduate

Story by: Bailey Ratcliff, Yearbook Editor

May 14, 2019

As time dwindles down and the 2018-2019 school year comes to a close, for a group of 100+ young men and women, their childhood and years of adolescence comes to an end and a new chapter of their lives begins. May 24, 2019 at 7 P.M. at the Letourneau University Belcher Center, the graduating Class of...

Congratulations State Qualifiers

Congratulations State Qualifiers

Story by: Amy Blalock, Adviser

May 7, 2019

Students Rally Behind State Qualifiers

Students Rally Behind State Qualifiers

Story by: Amy Blalock, Adviser

May 7, 2019

Spring Hill Panthers are state bound once again. The  Math/science, accounting, debate, Citizens Bee and theatre crew all competed last week at the State level, with accounting bringing home a 3rd place team and individual win. This week, Track and Field, Tennis and Golf head to competition with the...

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