Legend theater begins to make plans for the Almost, Maine set. By Terrez Atencio, Emily Byrd, and Joe Ciardullo Auditions are over and technical theater teacher, Ms. Palko, has begun making plans for the set of Almost, Maine; the upcoming fall play. Although it is too early to have started making the set as they have yet to assemble a tech crew, Palko has come up with ideas for the show. “The show takes place at 9 o’clock pm, so every single scene is supposed to give the illusion that every single scene is happening at the same time,” Ms. … Continue reading Lights, Camera, Action!
All about EDGE expansion By Sydney Armstrong and Grace Miller Beginning in the 2016-17 school year, Legend High School welcomed their new EDGE program. EDGE—which stands for explore, discover, grow, and empower— focuses on creative and innovative project and technology based learning. While EDGE is not ideal for every individual, students with less structured learning styles may excel within the program. Last year when EDGE first began, only ninth graders were involved as there weren’t enough students interested from each grade level, and only around 100 ninth graders were a part of EDGE. This year there are closer to 200 … Continue reading Explore, Discover, Grow and Empower
The Titans take another a loss to their rivals, the Chaparral Wolverines. By Caleb Atencio The Titans football team has lost to the Chaparral more times … Continue reading Another One…
The perfect dress, shoes, and jewelry for any occasion By Hayden Koele, Lauren Penington, and Emma Reese At this time of year, people are looking for … Continue reading Parker Free Community Dresses
One of the most anticipated events of the school year By Hayden Koele, Lauren Penington, and Emma Reese The Homecoming Dance is one of the most anticipated events of the school year, “It’s the thing I look forward to … Continue reading New York, New Dance
Legend High School Then and Now By Grace Miller Change is inevitable, and since the opening of Legend High School in 2008, hundreds of things … Continue reading How the Legend Has Changed
The seating, depth, and development of the characters is what makes Tribes an absolute must see at Legend. By: Emily Byrd In Tribes, the summer play, one of the main characters, Billy, is a deaf boy living in a … Continue reading Tribes Review
What does the Military History class look like? By Sydney Armstrong and Caleb Stuart Mr. Williams has an extensive military background when it comes to his … Continue reading Q & A with Mr. Williams