The Eagle's Tale

Many of the administration positions were filled this school year after Blake Hurst, Eric Gomez and Brandi Sanderson too different positions at other campuses. Our unofficial theme this year is new beginnings, rich traditions, Principal Jennifer Boren said. Its always good to try new things and get better and grow. However, you dont ever want to give up the rich things that make you who you are in the crowd.

New beginnings, rich traditions

Sean Buck, Staff Reporter
September 24, 2021
2021 Varsity Tennis roster, schedule

2021 Varsity Tennis roster, schedule

Hayden Gonzales, Photojournalist
September 15, 2021
Central daylight time of every major moment.

Reporter reflects on 9/11, 20 years later

Sean Buck, Staff Reporter
September 11, 2021
Students have the chance to attend multiple homecoming events Sept. 11-17. In replacement of the original homecoming dance, Student Council has planned a Homecoming Hangout, open to all students. The week also features Flick on the Field, an old CHS tradition, and the annual homecoming parade and powderpuff game. The week concludes with the homecoming game Friday from 7-10 p.m.

Homecoming week features new events

Hannah Backus, Editor-in-Chief
September 10, 2021
Get involved on campus

Get involved on campus

Hannah Backus, Editor-in-Chief
September 8, 2021
Callie Rodriguez coaches ________ and teaches geometry. Before coming to Canyon High, she coached volleyball, softball, tennis and powerlifting in Bangs, Childress, and Levelland, Texas. Canyon High School has been my goal for some time now, Rodriguez said. It has upheld an outstanding reputation in both athletics and academics for as long as I can remember.

Callie Rodriguez

Hannah Backus, Editor-in-Chief
September 3, 2021
The Soaring Pride Bands March-A-Thon was Aug. 21. Students are still actively fundraising for band fees, and those willing can donate through the end of this week. “I have seen March-A-Thons in other communities not be as effective as the one here, and I think it has everything to do with the way Canyon supports its organizations within the city,” Rath said. “Canyon is uniquely supportive of something like the March-A-Thon. In other communities, the March-A-Thon is just an activity. In Canyon, this is something that the community hangs their hats on, looks forward to and wants to know is going on.”

Marching to make a difference

Laura Gill, Associate Editor
September 1, 2021
Best places to eat lunch off campus

Best places to eat lunch off campus

Hannah Backus, Editor-in-Chief
August 30, 2021
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