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William Schieffer, former member of the Cougar Band, poses in the Band Hall he practiced in as a student. Having been a Cinco student and being a Cinco teacher now, I just feel like I can relate more with what they’re going through, Schieffer said.

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Meherina Khan, Staff Writer September 29, 2014

The cougar statue was an all too familiar sight - a sight tied with many memories of joy, accomplishment, and triumph. There lie the colorful murals, roaring with pride and passion, maroon and white. The...

Back to the future

Snovia Moiz, Voice Editor October 28, 2013

Though they may have never met each other, Peter Neumann and Victoria Smith already have one thing in common. Ten minutes past seven. Neumann glances around him, students have begun filing in. He sees...

Students compete in UIL District Meet

Trevor Nichols, staff writer April 5, 2012

Students participated in the Academic UIL district 19-5A meet at Memorial High School on Saturday, March 24. Cinco Ranch placed third overall in the district, scoring 242 total points. Taylor High School...

Teachers take students vs. faculty victory

Shaun Lal, Sports Editor April 5, 2012

The junior class officers held the 2nd Annual Students vs Faculty Basketball Tournament on Thursday and Friday, March 29-30, and the faculty came out with a 51-33 victory. Teams of three to four players...

According to Swift, writing on arms and hands to remember facts is a popular method to cheat.

Cheating on rise as students compete for top rankings

Madeline Brisson, Staff Writer February 9, 2012

Staring blankly at the test, the jumble of unknown words and equations triggers panic and stress. The student’s lack of studying has set him up for failure. The thought of the look on his parents’...

Brockinton teaches students about the revolutions in Latin America, how the French Revolution had affected them, and how revolts are still struggling to succeed today

Motivation for learning: Teachers inspire students despite facing classroom hardships day to day

Kiana Garcia, staff writer February 9, 2012

Certain subjects have inspired many educators. Algebra II and AP Calculus teacher, Bruce Eaton, said he has always felt like a good teacher. "School was always a good experience for me," Eaton said. "I...

New hands added on “the Cougar Ranch”

Michelle Chong, Features Editor September 28, 2011

It seems as if the new teachers have been with the school all along. One cannot tell that they are new at our school. In each classroom, desks are arranged neatly in rows. Walls of the classrooms display...

KISD finalizes $556 million budget deal

Taral Patel, News Editor September 6, 2011

The Katy Independent School District Board of Trustees agreed on the proposed budget on Aug. 29, which called for $563 million in revenues and $556 million in expenditures for the current school year. Katy...

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