The Wildcat

School continues needed campus improvement projects thanks to Prop S funding

Nicole Say

Sophomore Sean Owens uses a leaf blower to remove rocks from the newly surfaced track. PE classes helped prepare the track for paint.

Is it going to happen?

Homecoming candidates include (front row) princess candidates juniors Nora McMillin, Taylor Howe, and Madison Coskey; senior queen candidates Kylee Fajen, Haley Dwyer, and Rheanna Coke; (back row) junior prince candidates Grant Chapman, Brady Slavens, and James Kellner and senior king candidates Austin Brazel, Grady Miller, and Bradley Brown.

Pandemic prompts more students to go virtual

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Sophomore Perrie Judd and fourth grader Marshall Judd work on their assignments for Launch. Perrie Judd joined the Launch program to protect her family.

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COVID-19 spells disappointment through the eyes of a 2021 senior
Darby Mostaffa, Design Editor • October 13, 2020

 You could ask any high school student how this year is affecting them and you probably won't get very many positive answers, but the people...

Seniors Zach Sharp and Justin Martin practice box jumps in weights class. Sharp is perfecting his skills for football season
Senior sees future in welding
George Montez, staff writter • October 14, 2020

Welding, hunting and sports keep senior Zach Sharp busy. Sharp has been going to CTC for welding since his junior year and is in Agriculture...

Senior finds passion through dedication to music
Amya Carrera, Staff Writer • October 14, 2020

 Performing arts have been a big part of the high school experience for Senior Gabby Porter and will continue to be a passion after graduation.    “It's...

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