Mansfield High School Online Newspaper

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Mansfield High School Online Newspaper

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Mansfield High School Online Newspaper

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Bella Foster

Bella Foster, Editor-in-Chief

Hi my name is Bella! I’m a senior and this is my third year writing for the school newspaper. Writing has always been a passion of mine, so I’m glad I’ve had the opportunity to be on staff and grow as a writer throughout the years. I am also associate editor for yearbook and I’m involved in National Honor Society. When I’m not busy with school, I’m on TikTok or learning a song on guitar.

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Lakeview Retreat Hosts Senior Class Trip

Lakeview Retreat Hosts Senior Class Trip

Bella Foster, Editor-in-Chief March 29, 2023

With the senior field trip taking place April 17, permission slips and payment are due Friday to Ms. June in U-13 or Mrs. Boydstun in R-13. This year, the senior trip will be hosted at Lakeview Retreat...

The College Dilemma

The College Dilemma

Bella Foster, Editor-in-Chief January 26, 2023

Ever since August, college has been on the front of my mind. My parents urged me to start applying for schools, but I am the worst procrastinator. Eventually, I sat myself down and applied to four schools:...

Student Council Hosts Homecoming Dance

Student Council Hosts Homecoming Dance

Bella Foster, Editor-in-Chief September 9, 2022

Since Homecoming is approaching, student council will host the Black and Gold Ball Sept. 17 from 7 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. in the cafeteria along with activities throughout the week. “We want to build from...

Upper Class Girls Participate in Miss MHS

Upper Class Girls Participate in Miss MHS

Bella Foster, Associate Editor April 6, 2022

Since Mr. MHS has passed, upper class girls will now have the opportunity to participate in Miss MHS today at 6 p.m. in the PAC. The scholarship prizes are sponsored by the Kiwanis Program, a global...

Winterguard Launches Season at Martin High School Saturday

Winterguard Launches Season at Martin High School Saturday

Bella Foster, Associate Editor January 21, 2022

Since the winter competitive season is approaching, color guard members will perform their first show of the season at Martin High School Saturday. “The JV show is entitled ‘The midnight train’...

The Perfect Christmas

The Perfect Christmas

Bella Foster, Associate Editor December 13, 2021

As we grow up, past holidays tend to be a blur when reminiscing about them. For Christmas especially, it's hard to remember what gifts we get from each year. But sometimes, we get ones that last a lifetime....

Throwback Thursday: Matt Walker

Throwback Thursday: Matt Walker

Bella Foster, Associate Editor December 9, 2021

This week’s Throwback Thursday features track and football coach Matt Walker. He has taught and coached for 20 years and attended college at Angelo State and Lamar University. Q: Where are you from? A:...

Band Advances to Area

Band Advances to Area

Bella Foster, Associate Editor October 27, 2021

Because the band scored ones all around at the UIL contest on Oct. 12, they will compete at the area contest Saturday to see if they will qualify for state. “The band has been working hard since summer...

Throwback Thursday: DeeAnne Garrett

Throwback Thursday: DeeAnne Garrett

Bella Foster, Associate Editor October 1, 2021

This week’s first Throwback Thursday of the year features Mrs. DeeAnne Garrett. She discovered her passion for teaching when she was a teacher’s aide in college and has taught math for over 28 years.   Q:...

Time to Take Care of Me

Time to Take Care of Me

Bella Foster, Associate Editor September 16, 2021

Everything’s too loud. Life was smooth sailing until school started to approach. Suddenly my happy, go-lucky attitude got exchanged for stress and sleepless nights. Was junior year really what people...

Robotics club builds future

Robotics club builds future

Bella Foster, Associate Editor August 31, 2021

After placing nineteenth in the Texas Cup, the robotics team enters a new season for the 2021-2022 school year. “The season will be launching soon in September,” Robotics sponsor Joshua Rhoades...

Feature: Linsy June

Bella Foster, Staff Writer May 10, 2021

Senior class co-sponsor Linsy June winced at the thought of cramming 600 seniors into one gym to discuss prom. Instead of trying to get all the information out in one meeting, she created a website to...

Band Competes in Solo, Ensemble Contest Tomorrow

Band Competes in Solo, Ensemble Contest Tomorrow

Bella Foster, Staff Write March 4, 2021

After preparing for months, the band will compete in a solo and ensemble contest tomorrow from 5 to 9 p.m. on campus as they host the competition. “This year each MISD school is hosting their own...

District Approves Two Early Release Days

District Approves Two Early Release Days

Bella Foster, Staff Writer January 27, 2021

After the school board meeting Dec. 15, the district approved two early release days on Feb. 19 and April 9 to allow teachers time to finish or catch up with six weeks grades. “We know that teachers...

Personal Column: Self Love

Bella Foster, Staff Writer December 11, 2020

Growing up, I was always the tallest in my friend group until about the eighth grade. This was expected because of the fact that I came from a tall family. I was insecure for all of intermediate and middle...

Nurse Penny Watson Works to Maintain School, Community Health

Bella Foster, Staff Writer October 19, 2020

From working with patients who are under anesthesia at her hospital job to checking a student's fever while on campus, nurse Penny Watson is on a new playing field when it comes to working in health care...

Throwback Thursday: Teacher Edition - Andrew Harman

Throwback Thursday: Teacher Edition – Andrew Harman

Bella Foster, Staff Writer September 21, 2020

This week's teacher throwback features Coach Harman, a football coach and geometry teacher.   Q: What jobs did you have before becoming a coach and teacher? Before I was a coach, I worked...

Staying Active During Distance Learning

Staying Active During Distance Learning

Bella Foster, Staff Writer September 1, 2020

With online school being in place from Aug. 12-Sept. 8, students have been forced to spend more time inside and in front of computer screens, which has led to a decline in physical activity for some. “There...

Personal Column: Online School

Personal Column: Online School

Bella Foster, Staff Writer September 1, 2020

With the school year starting, we all have concerns about online school. You may be worried about things such as attendance or time management when it comes to classwork. One of the biggest problems I...

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