The new HOSA officer board was established last Tuesday. The revised board structure excludes the co-reporter and parliamentarian positions.
SWCTA's Environmental Club recently started appointing new officers for next school year.
Underclassmen will be taking part in this year's Spring PBL, which will divide classes by core subject material. Seniors, however, will be preparing for their Capstone or Internship presentations, followed by a Senior Barbecue.
The school system has experienced a shortage of funds equal to $20 million due to a property tax cap that began in 2005. Consequences include teachers being relieved of duty and fewer class materials.
As a result of exceptional staff performance, The Howl and The Southwest Shadow received various awards as a form of recognition.
The Coyote Olympics, which were newly introduced this year, allow students to form teams and compete in sporting events under the names of different countries. 25 teams are currently participating.
Human Diseases students dissect anatomical structures Sullivan's class observes bones; Smith's class observes hearts
Health Science students have started dissecting bones and hearts in order to expand the material covered during their units of learning.
The new SAT has introduced a number of revisions, such as a new scoring scale and an optional essay. The changes have been effective since Saturday.
Fourth Coyote Congress to emphasize Coyote Olympics Spirit days to be decided on by student attendees
The fourth Coyote Congress of this school year will be held this Friday from 2-3 p.m. Spirit days for the week of Coyote Olympics will be decided and the event itself will receive publication.
DECA members participated in the State Leadership Conference, which ended on Feb. 23. Of the 25 competing members, six qualified for the national competition.
To encourage underclassmen to participate in basketball events, a game between seniors and underclassmen has been organized and will be held on March 2. It can be seen in the gym for a $1 fee.
The annual HOSA State Leadership Conference will be held from March 13 to 16. 97 students signed up this year for a variety of competitions against other chapters in Nevada.