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 The cover of the 2020-2021 edition of The Creek will look like the image above once finalized. This will be the first black-and-white cover in school history, as well as the first illustrated cover. Clubs and organizations editor Katie Cooper drew the cover with inspiration from Shel Silverstein’s “Where the Sidewalk Ends”.

Yearbook staff releases cover, theme for 2020-2021 book

January 20, 2021

In an unconventional year, the yearbook staff determined the book that provides its permanent, historical record should reflect the same. This week, it is announcing the 2020-2021 theme and cover for The...

Crider, Darkenwald run away with record-setting state quals

Crider, Darkenwald run away with record-setting state quals

Jaden MacKinnon, Sports Editor January 20, 2021

In a year filled with feelings of loss, grief and anger, the cross country team found the bright light of success. It had its first runners qualify to compete at the state level since 2016. Seniors...

 A player from the Frisbees of the 7 Seas passes to a teammate before an opponent from Netflicks & Chill can break up the play during an Ultimate Frisbee game July 19 at Cooper Field on U.S. Naval Station Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.

Ultimate Frisbee club returns

Gracie Lang, Student Life Editor October 4, 2019

The ultimate Frisbee club has returned. Geometry teacher Marta Puyana started the club again after two years. In the 2017-2018 school year, former Biology teacher Justin Brodie and Puyana had to end...

Students adjust to cellphone policy

Gracie Lang , Student Life Editor September 4, 2019
Students are now learning to deal with the new phone policy after cellphones were banned starting this year.

School adds freshman wing

Gracie Lang, Student Life Editor August 21, 2019
A new freshman wing was added starting the 2019-2020 school year.

Alumna finds work in nonprofit organization

Past Alumna, Liz Denson, finds new career working for nonprofit organization
Angie Rodriguez, News Editor May 20, 2019

Working for a non profit organization is not a normal path a high school student pursues. Even if they do, many students do not follow the idea through college. However, alumna Liz Denson has found her...

NEW RANGER. Christopher Cash is a new member of the Texas Rangers, Company A

CCHS alumnus becomes Texas Ranger

Julea Henthorn, Contributing Reporter April 1, 2019

One Caney Creek High School alumnus has achieved his lifetime goal: Becoming a Texas Ranger After graduating in 2003 from CCHS, Chris Cash went off to Sam Houston State University to earn a bachelor’s...

Construction SkillsUSA hosts district competition, advances to state meet

Construction SkillsUSA hosts district competition, advances to state meet

Nuvi Xon , Contributing Reporter March 29, 2019

The construction SkillsUSA team hosted this year’s district seven building trades competition Feb 9. Students received seven medals and had five students advanced to state. The SkillsUSA building trades...

Debate team places first in past three invitationals

Debate team places first in past three invitationals

Angie Rodriguez, News Editor March 29, 2019

The speech and debate team has begun to prepare for their UIL district tournament by attending several invitationals, placing first at their last three in a row. The speech and debate team had multiple...

STATE-BOUND 10 DECA members qualified for the state competition which was held in Dallas, TX. Members include: Lazaro Yanez, Jacob Hernandez, Tori McVey, Shaylin Ardoin, Katrina Kelly, Nicholas Davis, Jonathan Leiva, Jonathan Ponce, Lazaro Villalobos, Karla Chavarria

DECA qualifies 2 students for international competition

Bethany Barnes, Contributing Reporter March 29, 2019

Ten students qualified to the state competition for DECA and competed Feb. 21-23 at Dallas and two managed to advance to the International Career Development Conference. The 10 qualifiers include: Shaylin...

HOPE. Layne Rodgers sits down as guest speaker go up front the vigil. His vigil was held Sept. 26, 2018, and friends and family gathered around.

Rodgers’ legacy lives on

George Juarez, Editor-in-Chief March 29, 2019

A friend, brother and son. After a long fought battle with cancer, Layne Rodgers died Dec. 14, 2018. Born and raised in Conroe, TX, Rodgers was diagnosed with osteosarcoma, a form of bone cancer, in September...

Shattered Lives returns after 3 years

Yesica Rodriguez-Cortez, Contributing Reporter March 29, 2019

The Shattered Lives program made its way to Caney Creek Feb. 27 and 28 to show students the dangers of distracted driving. Seniors, juniors, parents and staff all watched the recreation of a car crash...

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