Dreams Forever Shattered

Juliette Daniel, writer
April 28, 2014

On April 11-12th, Rockwall-Heath High School continued their tradition of hosting Shattered Dreams. To those who are not familiar with this legacy, Shattered Dreams is an event that RHHS puts on every two years and is shown to upperclassmen. It depicts the consequences and potential result of drinking... Read more »

Guys Have Rhythm

Hana Pechal, Staff writer
April 27, 2014

Boy dancers prepare for next year on the dance floor. RHHS has adopted a new dance team. They are an all boys hip hop crew. Current members are hoping to have tryouts at the beginning of next year to widen the group. The new dance team is a great opportunity for guys to change dancing from being categorized... Read more »

Sarcasm Society President: Mrs.Wood

Maryellen Lee, Staff Writer
April 25, 2014

She is loud, and crazy, and captures her students attention! Freshman English teacher Mrs. Wood got her Bachelors Degree at the University of Texas in Dallas (UTD)  and her Masters Degree at the University of Saint Mary. She uses the skills college taught her and her fun, easy-going personality to... Read more »

Heath Man of the Year

April 25, 2014

The RHHS Student Council is hosting the 4th Annual “Heath Man of the Year” Scholarship Pageant on Thursday, May 8th, at 7 p.m. in the RHHS Performing Arts Center. The event is open to all senior males. Participants will represent campus clubs, organizations, and sports teams. In addition, each male... Read more »

Ninth Annual Piano Recital

Jacqueline Villagomez, Staff Writer
April 25, 2014

Every year RHHS hosts a spring piano recital where piano students are able to showcase a chosen song to the community. All piano one, two, and three students have been practicing their songs since February. This year the recital will be on Thursday, May 3rd, in the Preforming Arts Center. There are two... Read more »

Soaring for Success

Lauren Homesley, Staff Writer
April 25, 2014

Many films center on a coming-of-age adventure like Stand by Me, Bridge to Terabithia, Stardust, The Sandlot, Harry Potter and many others; however, 2013’s A Birder’s Guide to Everything has an edge. A Birder’s Guide to Everything has captivated audiences with its plot line as well as its wonderful... Read more »

Not Worth Missing

April 25, 2014

The silence was occasionally interrupted by the sounds of pages turning or people sniffling. These are some of the few reasons I am drawn to the Rockwall Public Library. Right as I walk in the incredibly nice staff greets me at the front desk. I filled out a simple form and just like that, I had my very... Read more »

A Tight-Knit Team

Blaire Bennett, staff Writer
April 24, 2014

The Lady Hawks Varsity Softball team is headed towards greatness. The teams have put much effort in their practices and push each other hard to reach their goals. As well as the players, the coaches develop more as the year goes by, addressing the teams weaknesses and strengths. With all of this training... Read more »

Spring Show

Shelby Mae Coleman, staff writer
April 24, 2014

The Heath High steppers preformed their annual Spring Show on Saturday, April 12th in the Performing Arts Center. The show was 7 pm through 9 pm. The RHHS dancers had sold tickets weeks prior to the show, leading to a sold out performance! Overall, the Highsteppers were very pleased with the turn out... Read more »

Assassinating Their Way To The Top

April 21, 2014

This year, both the junior and senior class put their sneakiness to the test by competing in Assassins. If you’re a junior and want to compete alongside the seniors you must first make a video explaining why you would be a good candidate for the game. The first step of playing is picking a partner... Read more »

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