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HB 2497 and HB 3979 would promote

Recently passed patriotic education legislations restrict teaching of critical race theory and current events

By Chiemelie Chinweuba, Staff Writer June 1, 2021

On May 31, the TX House and Senate passed both "patriotic education bills" House Bill 2497, aka the 1836 project,  and House Bill 3979. Both will be implemented starting in the 2021-22 school year.  House...

Jamie Ford at the Art Car Parade

Carnegie enters the Houston Art Car Parade this year with their “Map of Houston” themed art car

By Emma Pierce, Staff Writer June 1, 2021

Following a year of cancellation due to the Coronavirus pandemic, the annual Houston Art Car Parade takes place once again on the weekend of May 14-16, hosting Carnegie’s “map of Houston” themed...

CVHS juniors Katherine Linares and Lily Hurysz and sophomore Caitlin Liman jam during their free time at CVHS.

The pandemic school year was a year of resilience and discovery for many CVHS students

By Abigail Nunez and Amy Maya June 1, 2021

This past year has been full of obstacles for many students, but as the 2020-2021 school year finally comes to an end, CVHS students reflect on both the lessons and takeaways from this past year.  Besides...

Vaccines for CVHS Students Open Up Summer Plans

By Nicole Rodil Suarez and Thomas Briones June 1, 2021

Since May 18, when vaccines opened up for teens ages 12 to 15, CVHS students have been changing their routine, and are looking forward to a summer when they will finally get to leave the house. “So...

With hope for a return to normalcy, CVHS admin and PTO keep plans open for next year

By Roxell Bonilla, Staff Writer May 31, 2021

As students and teachers end this school year, many questions still remain about health and safety protocols for the next school year.   On May 18, Governor Greg Abbott issued an executive order,...

CVHS Debate sweeps qualifying rounds, advances into HUDL City Championships

CVHS Debate sweeps qualifying rounds, advances into HUDL City Championships

By My-Tran Vo, Staff Writer May 27, 2021

On May 8, CVHS' debate team placed in over 15 UIL events, winning Squad of the Year and qualifying for the Houston Urban Debate League (HUDL) City Championships. : Lincoln-Douglas Varsity Octa Finalists:...

Vaccines Open for Teens 12-15; Some Remain Concerned of Side Effects

By My-Tran Vo, Staff Writer May 20, 2021

Many Carnegie Vanguard Highschool students are debating which vaccine to receive since Texas opened the vaccine to be available for citizens 12 years old and above on May 18.  There are currently 3...

The theater team gathers in a celebratory photo after advancing to Regionals

Carnegie theater make memoires off-stage while exploring memory-making on-stage

By Julian Namerow, Staff Writer April 30, 2021

The Carnegie Theater Company advanced to UIL Regional and performed their award winning One Act Play, Describe the Night, on Saturday, April 17, at San Jacinto College. They did not advance to UIL State...

Track coaches Joshua Garcia and Jamie Ford stand alongside CVHS' regional contenders: Donovan Snell, Viana Rodrigues, and Gabriela Rodriguez.

Smart kids can jump

By Carys Oriana Reyes, Staff Writer April 30, 2021

On April 9th, Donovan Snell, Gabriela Rodriguez, and Viana Rodrigues competed in the Regional track meet. Although they did not advance, the students were pleased to have made it so far with minimal...

HISD plans to fully reopen schools for the 2021-22 schools year with a Virtual Academy for online students.

HISD Plans To Separate In-Person Students from Virtual

By Thomas Dowe and Diego Gonzalez April 30, 2021

  HISD recently announced its reopening plan for the 2021-22 school year. This plan includes details regarding how teachers and students will reintegrate into the classroom and numerous other...

Derek Chauvin is escorted out of the courtroom after being found guilty of three charges April 20.

CVHS students react to the verdict of Derek Chauvin

By Roxell Bonilla, Staff Writer April 28, 2021

On April 20th, Derek Chauvin, a Minneapolis police officer, was found guilty of three charges of second-degree unintentional murder, third-degree murder, and second-degree manslaughter of the 46-year-old...

CVHS baseball team's win against Chavez shows the power of sustained motivation on the field

CVHS baseball team’s win against Chavez shows the power of sustained motivation on the field

By Cameron Hart, Staff Writer April 28, 2021

On April 9th, CVHS baseball went up against Chavez High School. This was the CVHS team’s first win of the  year, with Captain William Marlin leading the team to victory. CVHS has reportedly never beaten...

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