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Painting Positivity

Painting Positivity

Irene Arinze, Staff Writer

September 12, 2019

Art is everywhere. And as a driving force behind human innovation and culture, art leaves a mark on things far beyond the brilliantly colorful canvases of its creators. Such is the case within the Cinco Ranch National Art Honor Society (NAHS), an organization whose members use their artwork to inspire po...

‘Gearing’ Up

‘Gearing’ Up

Donovan Nichols, News Editor

September 11, 2019

The Polaris VEX robotics team 24626 hosted its first general meeting Tuesday, August 20.The meeting served to tell new members more about this year’s game, Tower Takeover, and what Polaris does. “I’m pretty excited for this year,” senior Steven Meldrum, Vice President of Mentoring and Traini...

Technically Perfect

Technically Perfect

Celeste Hoover, Co-Editor

August 29, 2019

The new Cinco Ranch chapter of the National Technical Honor Society (NTHS) held its first meeting of the year last Thursday, August 22. This meeting marks the official Cinco opening of the nation-wide program focused on community service and career exploration.  “I’d encourage everyone to just try it o...

Leaving a New Legacy

Leaving a New Legacy

Celeste Hoover, Co-Editor

May 27, 2019

“Special.” That’s the one-word Chris Dudley would use to describe his years coaching football at Cinco. Dudley spent the 2018 season as assistant head coach and defensive coordinator at Taylor High School after 16 successful seasons as a defensive assistant coach at Cinco Ranch from 2003-2018....

Key Club Success at District Convention

Key Club Success at District Convention

Donovan Nichols, Staff Writer

May 14, 2019

Key Club members took home multiple awards in the 70th Texas-Oklahoma District Convention from April 25 to 28. Madelinh Vo, junior and Key Club President, won first place in the Outstanding Club Editor and Newsletter categories, and the club was ranked as one of the top 25 Key Clubs in the Texas-Oklah...

Featuring Alumni – Claire A Jac Jones

Featuring Alumni – Claire A Jac Jones

Claire Haigwood, Staff Writer

April 1, 2019

After a successful high school career with the Cinco Ranch Theater Company and achieving a  bachelor’s degree of Fine Arts, alumnae Claire A Jac Jones thought she knew exactly what kind of career she wanted to have. “I started off in the theater world,” Jones said. “I worked as a scenic designer, a pai...

High Hopes

High Hopes

Celeste Hoover, Design Editor

March 25, 2019

By day, Darrell Supercinski is Cinco’s mild-mannered instructional aide. But by night, he’s Darrell Wayne, country music superstar. “My stage name is Darrell Wayne,” Supercinski said. “There's already a Supercinsky in the industry so I'm going with my first and middle name.” Superci...

Featuring Alumni- Philip Zanghi

Featuring Alumni- Philip Zanghi

Donovan Nichols, Staff Writer

March 19, 2019

CRHS 2008 alumnus Philip Zanghi’s four years on Team 624 CRyptonite Robotics were filled with repairing robots, billowing capes, and hundreds of towering green hair spikes. Now, for the past 11 years, Zanghi has been a team mentor, helping teach and develop students’ skills so they can experience a...

Featuring Alumni – Kelsey Johnson

Featuring Alumni – Kelsey Johnson

Nandika Mansingka, Editor-In-Chief

March 8, 2019

Caught up in the whirlwind of school and the demands and obligations of being full time students, kids often forget to remind themselves of the people who have the biggest hand in preparing them for their futures. Teachers are devoted to making sure students are capable of achieving every goal successful...

Bowling Into State

Bowling Into State

Caleb Tise, Staff Writer

March 8, 2019

If you haven’t heard yet, the CRHS Bowling Team completed its best District Meet ever on February 21. The team placed first in both boys and girls, making them the first team in league history to take both titles. But the team isn’t finished yet and still looks ahead on the journey to State. &nb...

Featuring Alumni- Ian Baker

Featuring Alumni- Ian Baker

Celeste Hoover and Jordyn Guzman

March 8, 2019

Have you ever seen the movie Shutter Island? What about Zodiac? Black Swan? If so, you can thank 2014 Cinco alumni Ian Baker, a developer for all three. “I work in development with Phoenix Pictures,” Baker said. “Currently we have a show on National Geographic called ‘The Long Road Home’...

Looking Sharp

Looking Sharp

Celeste Hoover and Jordyn Guzman

March 5, 2019

This past weekend, the CRyptonite 624 Robotics team participated in the Austin District Competition Event and won the Entrepreneurship Award, a first for the robotics team, and captured the event  alliance championship as well as other individual recognition too. According to booster parent Mike...

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