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

Hannah Backus

Hannah Backus, Editor-in-Chief

Hello! My name is Hannah Backus, and I am a senior. This will be my third year on The Eagle's Tale staff and second as Editor-in-Chief, and I am so excited to be serving the students of Canyon High once again. Alongside newspaper, I am co-president of Spanish Club and a part of iConnect. I am also involved in the National Honor Society, the National Hispanic Honor Society and the Quill and Scroll Honor Society. Journalism is something I am very passionate about, and I hope to carry these skills into my future endeavors. Our small staff will be working very hard this school year, so be sure to support us by reading our writing and giving us feedback. Happy reading!

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After placing 2nd at Regionals, both the boys and girls bowling teams advanced to State. The boys team placed 8th and the girls team placed 17th, while sophomore Brylee Jesko placed 27th individually at State. “The fact that we made it to State this year made people realize we actually have a bowling team,” sophomore Aric Cruz said. That definitely raised awareness for the bowling team, and maybe more people will be interested in joining.”

Striking Records

May 25, 2022
Senior survey

Senior survey

May 23, 2022
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

March 28, 2022
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

March 3, 2022
Liza Nisen

Liza Nisen

November 19, 2021
Noah Romero

Noah Romero

October 15, 2021
Marlee Ramirez

Marlee Ramirez

October 1, 2021
Get involved on campus

Get involved on campus

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

September 3, 2021
After teaching at Randall for three years, Stephanie Bass will be teaching Business Information Management at Canyon High School. I look forward to learning from my students and teaching them skills they will use in their lifetime, Bass said.

Stephanie Bass

August 27, 2021
David DeLeon comes to Canyon High after coaching tennis in Hereford for five years. Alongside coaching, DeLeon teaches algebra. This is my home, DeLeon said. I take great pride in being from Canyon and giving back to the community I was raised in.

David DeLeon

August 27, 2021
Cody Steinman has subbed for Canyon Independent School District for the past several years. He will be teaching social studies at Canyon High School for the first time. I am excited to meet my students and start building relationships with them, Steinman said. Ive heard great things about the faculty and student body, and Im looking forward to interacting with everyone. Plus, it is a beautiful campus.

Cody Steinman

August 20, 2021
Kelsey Ray transferred from Randall High School, and will be teaching honors Algebra 2. I am looking forward to getting to know my students and the staff at CHS, Ray said. Everyone has been so welcoming and helpful. I am excited to challenge my students and help them be the best they can be.

Kelsey Ray

August 20, 2021
Grace Knox

Grace Knox

March 3, 2021
Chance to reflect

Chance to reflect

January 7, 2021
Teen Leadership member Neely Wood writes a goal for the month of December to be a better role model during a meeting. Wood, a senior, is one of four Canyon High students who meet monthly with members form other schools through Zoom. Wood said the program, which is offered across the Texas Panhandle, teaches students leadership skills and allows them to take part in and change their community.

(Media) Local leadership

December 10, 2020
Veterans Day facts

Veterans Day facts

November 11, 2020
Zara Salazar

Zara Salazar

September 18, 2020
Felix Cardenas

Felix Cardenas

September 15, 2020
Football Roster & schedule R

Football roster, schedule

September 10, 2020
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