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Laura Gill

Laura Gill, Associate Editor

Oh, hey there! My name is Laura Gill, and I am a senior. I look forward to being Associate Editor of The Eagle's Tale this year. I am on the leadership team for the Soaring Pride Band, and I am in the Canyon ISD PRO Program. I am also involved in the American Sign Language Honors Society, the National Honors Society and the Quill and Scroll Honors Society. My love for journalism has grown throughout this past year, and I will continue using these skills in the future. Though our staff is small, I am confident we will bring a new and exciting look to our news coverage this year. Happy viewing!

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Jason Ramos

Jason Ramos

October 29, 2021
The NCAA reported that of the 8 million high school student athletes competing across the nation only 480,000 will continue to compete in college. Seniors Brayden Treadwell, Olivia Trask and Rhett Roden do not plan on pursuing sports in college despite the countless hours they have practiced and competed. “I don’t want to play college golf,” Roden said. “I’d rather go to Texas Tech than some small community college, but I’m not good enough to play Division I or Division II. It’s hard to sit here and think about what I am going to do with all my free time after high school golf. How much time am I going to spend on the golf course when I’m not forced to be there?”

More than a sport

October 27, 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.

(Media) Callie Rodriguez

September 3, 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.

(Media) Kelsey Ray

August 20, 2021
Upon entering Six Flags Over Texas, Gills sister Katy, brother Timothy and mother Kristina begin a fun-filled family day. As they were leaving the park people ran back in the gates, running from an active shooter situation.

4 minutes of fear

April 6, 2021
Through the sudden shutdown of life as we knew it. Through the loss of thousands of lives within a matter of weeks. Through watching major historical events unfold right in front of us. Through the fear of never returning to what we know to be normal. Through a global pandemic ... We are Still Here. So begins Volume 100 of the Soaring Wings Yearbook.

‘Still Here’

February 8, 2021
Skyla Ramsay

Skyla Ramsay

December 4, 2020
All candy reviewed by The Eagles Tale staff is available for purchase at both Walmart and Amazon for $2–$16.

More tricks than treats

October 30, 2020
Kennedy Pernell

Kennedy Pernell

October 16, 2020
American Sign Language teacher Sarah Martindale signs to students during her first period class. Martindale began teaching at Canyon High School after spending five years teaching in Miami, Texas.

Sign of the times

October 2, 2020
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