The Grizzly Growl

Quarantine Takes Over

Katie Jones, Writer

April 21, 2020

COVID-19 made its way to the U.S. quickly, affecting thousands of people. As of now, there are 587,257 confirmed cases with 44,207 recovered. There have been 23,649 deaths in the U.S. Due to the virus, most business have been ...

Local Mental Health Deteriorates

Lauren Maciariello, Author

April 20, 2020

In the wake of a global pandemic, senior activities have been cancelled or changed, sports seasons have been suspended, teenagers have been isolated from their peers and there is a looming unknown for the future. “I feel like...

Cows, Cancellations, and a Community Carrying On

Natalie Davis

April 14, 2020

Every March, millions of people travel to the NRG stadium to perform and participate in the momentous and roaring Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo, HLSR. This year after only nine days, Houston was silent. In the 89 years ...

Snacc Club making a difference

Colin Jones, Author

December 18, 2019

A new STOK cold brew coffee machine as well as chili and cornbread are two additions to the new hotline in the main cafeteria, both were suggested by the Student Nutritionary Advisory Council.. “One of our main goals this...

Saving Lives One Drop At a Time

Lauren Maciariello, Author

December 16, 2019

National Honor Society and HOSA Future Health Professionals partnered with MD Anderson to put on the first blood drive of the year. Unlike past years when the clubs partnered with St. Luke’s, there will be two blood drives...

The Stress of Finals

Katie Jones, Author

December 9, 2019

As final season comes around, all students are required to take exams in all of their classes. Finals began this week on Mon. 9 for Dual Credit students and will continue until Thurs. 19 of next week for all students. “Finals...

Swim and Dive splashes away the competition

Mac Sills, Author

November 7, 2019

The defending 5A Swim and Dive team took on Lake Creek at home on Thursday, October 17. “As a team, I’d say we’re doing pretty good,” junior Siaki Nelson said. “People have been swimming close to their best times...

Super Spirit

Lauren Maciariello, Writer

October 31, 2019

This year’s Student Council has chosen a group of 14 students to be spirit leaders. Their job is to get the students involved and excited at pep rallies and all extracurricular events.  “I think when students see other...

A series of Stress: Part Two

Mackenzie Sills

October 16, 2019

Jane wakes up and falls asleep with John on her mind. They meet up in between classes, holding hands as they walk down the hallway. John buys her gifts, they spend all their time together, but sometimes Jane get jealous when she...

A Series of Stress: Part One

Mackenzie Sills, Natalie Davis, and Danny Howze

September 23, 2019

Freshman are adjusting to new responsibilities, such as playing the GPA game and taking advanced or AP courses. Sophomores are preparing for new responsibilities, such as driving. Juniors are signing up for the ACT and SAT,...

HOSA goes to Mont Belvieu for Area 6 Spring Leadership Conference

Colin Jones, Author

March 18, 2019

Health Occupations Students of America competed at the Area 6 Spring Leadership Conference in Mont Belvieu, Texas on Sat., Feb. 9. “Our team did extremely well,” HOSA sponsor, Mrs. Anne Walker, said. “We had 6 students...

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