The Prowler

Two students recovering after house burned down

George Juarez, Editor-in-Chief

January 30, 2019


Filed under News, Showcase, Uncategorized

Winter break should bring happiness and relaxation. Unfortunately, that was not the case for two Caney Creek High School students. On Jan. 2, freshman Cheyenne Braune, sophomore Savannah Wood, and two of their siblings who attend to Moorhead Junior High School and Creighton Elementary house burned d...

Petition found to end Block Days

Angie Rodriguez, News Editor

January 25, 2019


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A petition has been circling around school in hopes to end block days. The petition, titled “NO MORE BLOCK DAYS”, has over 90 signatures from students in all grades. It began with a signature from freshman Jackie Campos. She started the petition in hopes that Principal Dr. Jeffrey Stichler woul...

StuCo to participate in “Texas: Hi, how are you?” day

Angie Rodriguez, News Editor

January 18, 2019


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Student council is planning on participating in the “Texas: Hi, how are you? Day”. Students will be encouraged to wear green to show support towards this holiday. The day is part of a state-wide service to raise mental health and suicide awareness. Many student council members have shown thei...

Let there be (no) light

Let there be (no) light

Yesica Rodriguez-Cortez & Emily Osorio, Contributing Reporters

December 19, 2018


Filed under News, Student Life

Seniors of the Class of 2019 hosted a blackout pep rally to raise money.

Adopting an angel

Nuvi Xon, Contributing Reporter

December 19, 2018


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The Angel Tree program is an assistance program that helps families in need for Christmas. This a national organization that spreads across the United States and helps children and families who can’t afford gifts, by registering children as an “angel” from church, school or online. The only required...

New classes prepare students for healthcare professions

David Cooper, Contributing Reporter

December 19, 2018


Filed under News, Student Life

The health science class is a cluster of career and technology classes that are geared toward students who are possibly interested in a career in the healthcare field. These classes give the students an opportunity to gain knowledge and learn skills for their future careers, training and education. ...

Creek Cares, students show at community service event

Creek Cares, students show at community service event

Litzy Reynoso, Contributing Reporter

December 19, 2018


Filed under News, Student Life

Creek Cares was an organization that student council came up with to bring clubs together. Student council’s idea of Creek Cares was to help out others in our community. This organization made over 250 goodie bags that contained items such as: soap, deodorant, toothpaste and more essentials.They delivered...

New paraprofessionals, teacher make home at the creek

Gracie Lang & Brook'lynne Taylor, Contributing Reporters

December 19, 2018


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There have been four new paraprofessionals and one new teacher added to the employee roster since the school year started. Bradley Fisher Fisher arrived to Caney Creek in October, taking over the IT paraprofessional position after Erik Allen left after the school year began for another positi...

Alumnus serves as rector at Notre Dame

Alumnus serves as rector at Notre Dame

Alexius Rocha & Omar Perez, Contributing Reporters

December 19, 2018


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Being the first class to graduate from a high school can make the experience shaky and ever-changing. But those challenges did not stop successful alumni Justin McDevitt from pursuing a successful career. McDevitt is currently a rector at Notre Dame. “As the rector of stanford hall, which i...

Book Club invites award winning author Zentner

Book Club invites award winning author Zentner

George Juarez, Editor-in-Chief

December 19, 2018


Filed under News, Showcase, Uncategorized

Songwriter, guitarist and author Jeff Zentner came to speak to English II, III students and book club members Nov. 9, in the auditorium. Zentner lives in Nashville, TN and he is the author of New York Times Notable Book The Serpent King, as well as Goodbye Days. He’s released five albums and appeared...

Community safety bill goal: Educate students on interactions with police

George Juarez, Editor-In-Chief

December 14, 2018


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Red and blue lights flash in the rearview mirror. Some are scared to pay a fine for something they don’t know they committed. Others, cops included, are afraid they will be shot. The Texas Senate unanimously passed Texas Senate Bill 30 on March 2018 which will require high school students and police...

Caney Creek on cusp of becoming 6A with pop. nearing 2,100

George Juarez, Editor-In-Chief

December 14, 2018


Filed under News, Student Life

As the years go by, the student population increases and rooms get filled up. With new subdivisions such as Granger Pines and Star Ridge being constructed and located within Caney Creek High School’s zone, becoming a 6A school is going from a far-off discussion to real planning. There are curren...

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