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Anatomy & Physiology Classes Host Blood Drive

“Seeing the blood in the bags is gross.” This was the opinion of junior Brooke M.; one of the many Anatomy and Physiology students helping out with the blood drive for Coffee Memorial Blood Center held Wednesday at the school library. High school teacher Tammi Lewis organizes a blood drive twice a year at the school. The drives are enrichment for her Anatomy classes each semester. The students learn about the heart and . . . read more

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Organized Chaos Reigns in PE

3rd Graders Measure Exercise

Young students are running and jumping, on the floor and on their feet. At first glance it seems like kids gone wild in PE. But for 3 rd graders and PE coach Kasey Bell, that is not the case. It is really organized chaos. As they file in to the gym, the students automatically line up in rows to start with a warm up. They stretch arms . . . read more

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Theatre Department Presents Fourteen Lines

Preparation for One Act Play competition

In order to prepare for UIL competition, the Bronco Theatre department will be presenting their One Act Play production of Fourteen Lines by Alan Haehnel this Saturday, Sunday, and Monday. The comedy features a teen-aged girl named Carly who constantly has a battle between her desire to help others and achieve her own goals. She and . . . read more

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