Editor-in-Chief Sheila Allen welcomes you to the third edition of the Springlake-Earth Siren.
In this edition, elementary students focused on ranching in Texas in the past. Junior High students focused on the three presidential seats of the former Republic of Texas, and High School students focused on changes in our school as found in the pages of the original, 1929 edition of the "Springlake Siren". Join us in a unique exploration of the changes we have discovered as we have explored these topics.
Join our Primary students as they explore Texas and Community Helpers.
Join our Intermediate students as they learn about electricity and magnets. You can also find results from the recent U.I.L. Literary Meet as well as the famous Intermediate A.R. Stars!
Our Junior High students have been busy this year in their respective classes. See their science projects, the student of the month, as well as the extra-curricular activities they have engaged in this six weeks. Be sure to check out the math Problem of the Week for extra credit!
High School students have reported on a variety of extra-curricular activities and current events taking place in their grade levels in this section. The students have also provided a variety of information on the faculty as well as the courses available at Springlake-Earth High School.
Check out the Library section of the paper for news on Family Reading Night, Student Book Reviews, and what's new at the Springlake-Earth Community Library.