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Pulseras encourage profits

Pulseras encourage profits

Jessica Phillips, Business Manager
November 12, 2015
Filed under Features

The members of the Spanish Honor Society can be seen walking around the school with bags of bracelets made by citizens of Nicaragua. On Nov. 11, the Spanish Honor Society officers each received a Ziploc bag full of pulsera project bracelets that they were to sell across the student body. The bracele...

Fans take the pen

Mary Mangual, Editor-in-Chief
November 10, 2015
Filed under Features

As many learned from the conclusion to Lost, TV shows don’t always end the way fans want them to. And as many readers know from a whole host of teen novels, often the most interesting character is the least addressed. However in the age of rapid fire information and anonymous posting, some fans hav...

GSPA promotes journalism

Ashley Soriano, Editor-in-Chief
November 7, 2015
Filed under Academics, Features, News

It's been a little over a week since five members of the "Hoof Print" staff attended the annual GSPA conference held at the University of Georgia. The 2015 conference lasted Oct. 28-29 at the Tate Center at UGA in which high school journalists all over Georgia congregated to learn techniques an...

Green and Gold here we go

Green and Gold here we go

Bronlyn Holland, Staff Writer
October 31, 2015
Filed under Features, Photo Gallery

Oct. 23 was Green and Gold Day, which means the last day of Homecoming Week. Students had the chance to dress up every day throughout the week: America Monday, Decade Day, Color Day, Character Day and Green and Gold Day. Many students decked out in Mustang colors. Along with Green and Gold, the...

A character you probably know

A character you probably know

Taylor Watkins, Staff Writer
October 26, 2015
Filed under Features

Bruises covered their faces and t-shirts told the stories of their hurt, but when juniors Cassie Mills and Caroline Boutwell walked into school on Thursday their heads were held high. People dressed at various characters were all around them but instead of dressing as their own favorite character...

First day of spirit week: ‘Merica Monday

First day of spirit week: ‘Merica Monday

Ellie Chandler, Staff Writer
October 26, 2015
Filed under Features

Spirit week fell over Ola, and students had the chance to show their school spirit and love for their country with last Monday's theme: “Merica Monday. For this day, students and faculty dressed in red, white and blue clothing and showed their American spirit. Mackenzie Shelley, sophomore, dressed...

The most colorful day of homecoming week

The most colorful day of homecoming week

Kylie Upole, Staff Writer
October 23, 2015
Filed under Features

Every year for homecoming week, all the classes get assigned a color to represent their grade. This year, the seniors dressed in purple, the juniors in pink, the sophomores in blue and freshmen in red. Every grade showed up dressed to the max in the colors that were given to show their homecoming...

Back to the future

Ashley Soriano, Editor-in-Chief
October 20, 2015
Filed under Features

Today was the second day of homecoming week, and students went back to the future by dressing in attire from their respective decades. Freshmen had the 1940s. Common styles included males dressed in mafia-inspired suits and females dressed as Rosie the Riveter. Sophomores had the 60s with some d...

Students and teachers prepare for spirit week

Ellie Chandler, Staff Writer
September 28, 2015
Filed under Features

Beginning on Oct. 19, both students and staff will have the opportunity to participate in spirit week. Themes include America day, decade day, color day, character day, and green and gold day. While this is a great chance for students and teachers to have a reason to wear outfits consisting of only...

Academic Team Wins by a Landslide

Academic Team Wins by a Landslide

Kylie Upole and Emilie Castillo
September 19, 2015
Filed under Features

The Academic Team kicked off its 2015-16 season with a sizable feat over Woodland High this Monday evening in the first match of the year, which marked the start of Henry County’s Quiz Bowl League. This competition was unlike usual matches that are typically all-day events. In this competition,...

We’re FALLing into BREAK

Bronlyn Holland, Staff Writer
September 18, 2015
Filed under Features

Fall Break is right around the corner. A break from school, work and teachers. Some students and teachers will go out of town and be busy or stay at home and relax. Some go on cruises, to the beach or to softball/baseball tournaments, whereas some stay on the couch all week. Seniors might even vis...

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