The online newspaper of Canyon High School.

The Eagle's Tale

The online newspaper of Canyon High School.

The Eagle's Tale

The online newspaper of Canyon High School.

The Eagle's Tale

All seniors and staff at Canyon High School are encourage to fill out a google form by April 15. Seniors who complete a form will be entered in a giveaway to win a $10 Chick-fil-A gift card. Only seniors are eligible to win.
Senior survey
Hannah Backus, Editor-in-Chief

All seniors are encouraged to fill out a Google Form regarding senior year and graduation. Students who fill out the form entirely will be entered in a giveaway for a $10 Chick-fil-A gift card. Only seniors...

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Math teacher Amanda Bell was named Canyon High School Teacher of the Year on Monday, Jan. 31. Other finalists include science teacher Hayden Blankenship and manufacturing teacher Chase Fulton. Every single one of my kids has shown growth in class, Bell said. That’s always been my goal: to help them grow and be confident in themselves.
Clear as a bell
Hannah Backus, Editor-in-Chief

A kind face often sits in the bleachers or auditorium, where she supports her students in their extracurricular activities. Within the school building, the same smile welcomes students into her warm classroom....

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School districts state-wide received a list of approximately 850 books State Rep. Matt Krause deemed unfit for students to read on Oct. 25, 2021. Among this list are National Book Award Winner Between the World and Me by Brie Spangler, All American Boys by Jason Reynolds, Roe v. Wade: the abortion question by D.J. Herda and Teens & Sex by Myra H. Immell. Associate Editor Laura Gill comments on Krauses proposal and why it is important to understand the decision that falls in parents laps. 
Banning books: is it actually benefiting students?
Laura Gill, Associate Editor • January 10, 2022

On Oct. 25, 2021, State Rep. Matt Krause sent a letter to school districts across the state providing...

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Humans are the hate
Humans are the hate
Benjamin Malcolm, Staff Cartoonist • May 3, 2021
According to the National Park Foundation, the United States produces over 260 million tons of waste every year. When traveling to Parks over spring break, it is important to pick up ones own trash instead of leaving it for others to deal with.
The bitter effects of litter
Abigail Bell, Managing Editor • March 15, 2021
This years senior, junior prom theme is Fairy Tale. Prom is set for Saturday, April 2 in the Happy State Bank Stadium Banquet Center. Were going more along the theme of enchanted forest, so there will be mossy brooks and lots of greenery, junior class president Ellie Frazier said. We are also going to have a lot of foods and desserts. There will be a tea bar, dessert bar, Chick-fil-A and finger foods.
"Fairy Tale" prom set for April 2
Laura Gill, Associate Editor
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Culinary arts video
Hayden Gonzales, Photojournalist • February 9, 2022