Heath Writers’ Club Is One for the Books

Courtesy: rockwallisd.com/heath
January 31, 2015

Writers’ Club is an organization designed to help creative teens stretch their love for writing in fun and productive ways. We gather to share one of the greatest arts known to mankind. Along the way, we find like-minded individuals, new interest, and interesting ideas through parties, competitions,... Read more »

Heath Student Council “Pride Patrol” Migrates to Amy Parks Elementary School

Leah Voth, Hawk Eye Advisor
January 31, 2015

On Friday, January 30, 2015, the Heath Student Council “Pride Patrol” traveled right around the corner to the elementary in closest proximity. Their mission: to recognize and celebrate Special Education Paraprofessional Rickie Tuttle.   Pride Patrol Senior Ambassadors Annabelle Baker, Andrew... Read more »

Heath Student Council “Pride Patrol” Recognizes First Nominee

Leah Voth, Faculty Member
January 28, 2015

On Wednesday, January 28, 2015, the newly established Heath Student Council “Pride Patrol” made its first-ever journey across I-30 and down 205 to its first destination of Nebbie Williams Elementary School.   Pride Patrol ambassadors Kenzie Woessner, Senior, and Chelsea Sumpon, Junior, sported... Read more »

Haws Football Team Donates to “Homes for Troops”

Courtesy Heath Hawks Football Facebook Page
January 28, 2015

The Heath Hawks football team raised $2,000 to give to “Homes For Our Troops.” Coach Mickey Moss was able to present the check at the Key Presentation Ceremony for Cpl. Michael Fox. Homes for Our Troops is a privately funded nonprofit organization building specially adapted, mortgage-free... Read more »

Rockwall ISD FFA Forth Worth Stock Show Results

Courtesy rockwallisd.com
January 26, 2015

On January 16-19, the Rockwall ISD FFA Agriculture Mechanics Team exhibited and placed with the following projects at the Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo Agriculture Mechanics Contest:   Entrance Gate–2nd Place in Class:  Jacob Hogue (RHHS), Matt Holland (RHS), John Charles Terry (RHS); 14′... Read more »

Health Science Students Starting Strong

Jerusha Elliott, RHHS Staff Member
January 26, 2015

This year is the first year Rockwall ISD health science students are involved in Health Occupations Students of America.  HOSA is a national organization that, “promotes career opportunities in the health care industry and enhances the delivery of quality health care to all people.”  Read... Read more »

The Rolling Stone

Jasmine Durham, Staff Writer
January 24, 2015

On the comfy side of the couch, in the Rockwall-Heath Library, Jasmin Jackson a senior and scholar of Heath High school, sits rummaging through a People magazine and simultaneously completes a homework assignment. To anyone who is a stranger to her demeanor in the library, they quickly walk past her... Read more »

The Fish Who Loves Animals

Natalie Boudewijn, Staff Writer
January 24, 2015

She is finally learning to navigate the maze of hallways in the vast establishment. As a new freshman, Tabitha Brooke Johnson so far has thoroughly enjoyed attending school at Rockwall Heath High School.   As far as her dreams go, Johnson aspires to be a veterinarian when she graduates from college... Read more »

From Hungary to Hawk

Necole English, Staff Writer
January 24, 2015

Imagine a land that exemplifies its natural environment and takes pride in it. Specifically its thermal water cave system, which happens to be the largest in the world? Or has the largest lake in Central Europe, Lake Balaton? This naturally beautiful country is Hungary and from this country is a lovely... Read more »

From the Pool to the (Artist’s) Palette

Ashley Griner, Staff Writer
January 24, 2015

As the music starts to cease, she takes one last breath and plays her last note. Samantha Bullock, clarinet enthusiast, is the girl that everyone needs to know.   “I always try to be the best I can be and do the best I can do,” she says. “I think that my grades and my friends reflect that.”   Sam... Read more »

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