Saraid Vasquez reacts to the news that she has been named Homecoming queen.
ASHLYN PACE – Hoof Prints Staff
Everyone is waiting anxiously in the crowd, the music starts and then it’s just moments before the announcer calls the girls onto the court with their escorts.
This is the experience of Homecoming, [...]
Katelyn Sparkman navigates her way through the snake pit in yesterday’s Wacky Olympics relay race. The race was the crowd favorite of the day with new events including the snake pit, peanut butter sandwich toss, William Tell and human bowling. In spite of Katelyn’s efforts, the sophomores came in third, with the seniors [...]
JILLIAN KEY – Hoof Prints Staff Waiting in the hallway in line for the bathroom. A few people. A lot of nerves. What’s that? Time for drug testing. A few times throughout the year, about four or five students are called to the office to be drug tested. Then, you are required to sign a form showing that you agree to be tested. It is often argued that all students should be tested, instead of just a few. But I disagree. I think that all students do not have to be tested once a year. [...]
AMBER ROLLAND – Hoof Prints Staff For the past two years, she wore an elegant gown and walked arm-in-arm with a boy basketball player. Later this year, she will wear her basketball jersey and follow her fellow teammates in a single file line onto the court. Surprisingly, she doesn’t resent the change. [...]
Three weeks ago the Student Council wanted to give out a helping hand toward Haiti. The Council held a meeting during lunch to brainstorm ideas to raise money. After coming up with ideas, Colby Qualls and Jenna Pike came up with the best idea. Their idea was a “Kiss the Pig” contest. [...]
2010 homecoming representatives are from left, front: Kaley Poe, Mallory Crites and Katelyn Pittman, seniors; middle: Jenna Pike, Taylor Owens and Kalee James, juniors; back: Skyler Matheny, Micah Thompson and Chasity Garrett, sophomores.
Homecoming week is Jan. 11-15. As usual, there are dress up days scheduled to boost student enthusiasm about [...]
Dances an important part of high school life
MADISON FINCH – Hoof Prints Staff
When I was in junior high, I always looked forward to the school dance after homecoming. I felt safe and it was good, clean fun. Now, I feel that our school is leaning toward foregoing these dances.
It has been [...]
Mrs. Leah Gathright, student council sponsor, and four other student council members attended the 8th Annual High School Leadership Day on Wednesday, Oct. 14, at ASU. These members were Jenna Pike, Jenny Walker, Michel Beaird and Shelby Qualls.
This year, Arkansas State encouraged members to Lead Out Loud. The event was organized [...]