Canyon Echoes

Art Attack!

Art Attack!

Naomi Nathan, Reporter

September 20, 2019

Art by: Milos Hennion Behind the art: "It's my art portfolio I needed to draw a shoe for art and I drew an air Jordan Four because it is one of my favorite shoes," Hennion said. ...

Art Attack!

Art Attack!

Naomi Nathan, Reporter

September 18, 2019

We are featuring student art on Canyon Echoes to showcase the talent and hard work of the art students. If you'd like to submit your work, submit yours here.      Art by:  Asfaa Ali (8) Behind The Art: "So I guess I drew it when I was upset and it was just one of the characters that I had cre...

Meet the Teacher: Mr. Vigil

Meet the Teacher: Mr. Vigil

Harmony House, Reporter

August 27, 2019

This year we've added a new addition to our theater department. Here's a Q&A with Mr. Vigil. Q: How long have you been teaching? A: I’ve been teaching in a sense for the past 12 years. I started off teaching as a teaching assistant in a life skills class which is working with students with hig...

Ballet Myths Busted

Ballet Myths Busted

Hadley Norris, Reporter

August 26, 2019

Everyone has seen or at least heard of ballet. It’s where girls get on their toes and dance around. And guys lift them and jump really high into the air. Many people I’ve talked to don’t know what it takes to become a ballerina. And so I have taken it upon myself to clear all the ballet myths. 1. Onl...

First Pep Rally of The Year

First Pep Rally of The Year

Hannah McDonough, Editor

August 20, 2019

On Friday, Aug. 16, the school hosted its first Pep Rally. This event helped introduce the sixth graders and got us all excited for this year. Here are some pictures from the pep rally:

Genius Hour with Ms. Larson

a table was set up and filled with various foods brought by the students

May 21, 2019

On May 21, Ms. Larson's classes joined together for one large publishing party in the Cafeteria. There was snacks, comments, presentations, and music. Here are some images from the party.

Facts About Old Town Road

Facts About Old Town Road

Charlotte Blackmon, Reporter

May 10, 2019

TRIGGER WARNING: The social media platform formerly known as musical.ly is mentioned in this article. Yep, I'm writing an article about Old Town Road. Nobody's forcing me to do this, but what is there to lose? Besides my pride and credibility, of course. Now, back to your regularly scheduled program. I'm...

Dance Spring Show

Dance Spring Show

Charlotte, Blackmon

May 8, 2019

On May 4, the Canyon Vista dance program put on their Spring Show. This is a performance that showcases all of the different types of dance that the students have learned throughout the year. This includes tap, hip hop, jazz, and ballet. Tap is also included in the classes, but not in the show because...

Worst Videogame Box Art

Worst Videogame Box Art

Oliver Barnfield, Cool Guy/Entertainment Editor

April 25, 2019

Video game box art is tricky. It doesn't have the high profile of film posters, so it's frequently handed over to studio hacks. Generally, the results aren't great. Here are several examples of this sad trend.

The 5 Weirdest Japan Only Games

The 5 Weirdest Japan Only Games

Oliver Barnfield, Cool Guy/Entertainment Editor

April 15, 2019

Japan has produced many, many, games. And naturally, not all see the light of day. Some get lost in the shuffle. But many are just far too weird to be brought to our country. Here are the four most notable ones. If you're interested in playing any of these games, they are available on emulators or if...

How to Make A Movie with No Budget (in 5 steps)

How to Make A Movie with No Budget (in 5 steps)

Oliver Barnfield, Cool Guy/Entertainment Editor

April 15, 2019

I've worked on movies and shorts with a very little budget before. Some were good, some were bad. I'm not saying I have complete authority over the subject, but I have a few ideas, tricks, and tips to share with you today. 1. Use EVERYTHING EVERYTHING. If you need a forest, use the park. If you...