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2019 Homecoming

2019 Homecoming

Celeste Hoover, Co-Editor

October 5, 2019

IT Chapter Two

IT Chapter Two

Gabrielle Fletcher, Staff Writer

September 27, 2019

Audiences were amazed when the remake of the film of Stephen King’s IT story debuted in 2018. The performances by the actors and actresses made such an impact on cinema that it called for a part two of this outstanding thriller. People adored seeing Bill Skarsgard portray the dynamic character, Pen...

Review: Dodie at House of Blues

Review: Dodie at House of Blues

Jordyn Guzman, Co-Editor-In-Chief

September 27, 2019

Leaving the House of Blues on the night of September 23, I felt nothing but a sense of awe. A light and calm atmosphere lingered in the air after Dodie, a British singer-songwriter, performed in Texas for the first time.  The show started off with the opening act, Adam Melchor, playing a relativ...

The Hall Is Their Runway

The Hall Is Their Runway

Gabrielle Synnai Fletcher, Staff Writer

September 20, 2019

Cougars are released with a passion for fashion! When roaming the halls of school, the first thing that is noticed about people is what attire they are wearing on your body. Just a few pieces of clothing can speak a thousand words. Fashion has shown to have a great effect on who we are as individuals an...

Meet the 2019 Homecoming Court

Meet the 2019 Homecoming Court

Irene Arinze, Staff Writer

September 18, 2019

The 2019 Homecoming Court was named recently after seniors submitted nominations. Voting took place this week to select a king and queen who will be named at halftime of the Homecoming game, Friday, Oct. 4. Queen nominees are: Kelly Hass, Mariam Hassan, Riley Kennedy, Hannah Reagan and Seleene Rouhana....

2019-20 National Merit Scholarship Semifinalists

2019-20 National Merit Scholarship Semifinalists

Celeste Hoover, Co-Editor

September 17, 2019

The National Merit Scholarship program has been recognizing high achieving academic students since 1955. Of the 1.6 million students that take the PSAT their junior year, only 16,000 advance to the semifinals. Semifinalists are chosen on a state-representational basis, only the highest scoring students...

Wedding Of The Year

Wedding Of The Year

Celeste Hoover, Co-Editor

August 28, 2019

With the beginning of a new school year comes an annual celebration of love in Room 1221. Last Tuesday, Aug. 27, in a beautiful 2.5 ceremony ordained by Adviser Ed Larsen, the Cinco Ranch Panorama Yearbook staff promised to be forever faithful to their new yearbook. Tears were shed and wedding ca...

Cinco’s Football Icon Hangs Up His Whistle

Cinco’s Football Icon Hangs Up His Whistle

Katie Moore & County Line staff, Staff Writer

May 23, 2019

After officially announcing his retirement April 15, Head football Coach Don Clayton celebrated his retirement with a large gathering of former players, coaching colleagues, and family at a celebration in his honor Wednesday, May 22. The event hosted by CRHS Booster Club featured a few informal guest...

Cross Multiplying

Cross Multiplying

Donovan Nichols, Celeste Hoover, and Jordyn Guzman

May 17, 2019

When students arrived at school the morning of Friday, May 17, a few things seemed a little amiss. Library posters and teacher’s walls were not quite the same. For the class of 2019’s senior prank, photos and memes of Principal James Cross were plastered all over the school, from the rotunda banisters...

Author Victoria Scott visits Cinco

Author Victoria Scott visits Cinco

Celeste Hoover, Design Editor

February 20, 2019

The acclaimed novelist Victoria Scott, author of nine novels including Fire and Flood and The Collector, hosted a talk with students this morning to promote her newest book, We Told Six Lies. Scott is known for her suspenseful, action-packed young adult mysteries, and has been featured on the Spirit of ...

Cinco Sings 2019

Cinco Sings 2019

Celeste Hoover and Jordyn Guzman

February 12, 2019

What do Macklemore, Miley Cyrus, and Troy Bolton have in common? Cinco students can groove to all of them. On Monday night in the PAC, the Choir Department hosted their annual Cinco Sings showcase. Groups including Pals classes, Spanish Honor Society,  FBLA and more sang their hearts out on stage,...

Students lend a hand with the blood drive

Students lend a hand with the blood drive

Sarah Sheikh, Features Editor

December 12, 2018

Students in the health career cluster electives hosted a blood drive Dec. 7 in an effort to obtain blood for donations. Many students participated in this event by volunteering with the set up process, and having their blood drawn. To donate, one just had to weigh at least 110 pounds, and be 17 years...

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