Tears well in junior, Yesenia Rosales’ eyes as she reads a personal note from AP English Language student teacher, Kim Nelson. The heart-shaped note, which doubles as a bookmark, is Ms. Nelson’s parting gifts to her students.
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Ms. Nelson hugs 11th grade student, Esmeralda Juarez.
Mukhta Mollah sews side seams of ladies blouses eight hours a day, six days a week at Beauty Garments Ltd. in Dhaka, Bangladesh. The paycheck has been liberating. She sends half of it to her family in her small home village near the Indian border to help pay for a younger sister's education. (Kenneth R. Weiss/Los Angeles Times/MCT)
It’s been 114 days since Michael Brown was shot and killed by... READ MORE »»
A protester raises her hands in the street as police use tear gas to try to take control of the scene near a Ferguson Police Department squad car after protesters lit it on fire on Tuesday, Nov. 25, 2014, in the wake of the grand jury decision not to indict officer Darren Wilson in the shooting death of Ferguson, Mo., teen Michael Brown. (Anthony Souffle/Chicago Tribune/TNS)
Marathon High members spent their Thanksgiving morning running the 24th ThunderCloud Subs 5-mile Turkey Trot.
The Turkey Trot is an annual event in Austin where thousands of participants wake at 9:30 in the morning to meet at the Long Center... READ MORE »»
Marathon High members run hills afterschool, from left to right are seniors Ruth Lara, Savannah Ojeda, and Sophie Penniman.
Congressman Roger Williams visited Ann Richards this morning to award senior Sofia Hruby a Naval Academy nomination. This letter of nomination is the final step in Hruby's acceptance process, and she will attend the academy in the fall, playing volleyball... READ MORE »»
Sofia Hruby, ARS senior, accepts her nomination to the US Naval Academy. She has gone through a rigorous selection process to achieve this honor.
10 years, 8 months, and 18 days ago, space probe Rosetta left Earth.
The date was March 2nd, 2004. It was a Tuesday and my sixth birthday was exactly one week away. Ten years later, I'm 16 years old and Rosetta lands on the nucleus of a comet, leaving... READ MORE »»
There's a little dirt road just south of Blanco, nestled between Comfort and Canyon Lake, with a strict speed limit of 10 miles per hour. Drivers who frequent the road know that this is a precaution taken in case an African lion should amble into the... READ MORE »»
The logo for the organization is based off of the founding rescue of a local bobcat.
Starting last weekend, the Maker Studio class will host workshops in the Makerspace throughout the semester. These workshops are open to students, parents, and the community, and will teach skills ranging from woodworking to sewing to digital illustration.
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Itzel and Abby, juniors, work on making a Do-Nothing toy. They will host a workshop on how to make this toy on Sunday, November 23rd.
The school saw the cheerleading squad’s new stunts for the year in October during the homecoming pep rally.
“Well, we did have a little bit of a malfunction, but we felt proud of what we did,” said senior Claudia Vargas.
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