The Student News Site of Canyon Vista Middle School

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The Student News Site of Canyon Vista Middle School

Canyon Echoes

The Student News Site of Canyon Vista Middle School

Canyon Echoes

Karumanchi Wins Boys’ Basketball Game At Last Second

Vedanti Patil, Assistant Editor-in-Chief December 14, 2022

The 7th-grade boys’ basketball B-team from Canyon Vista faced off against the Walsh Wildcats on Dec. 8, 2022. Canyon Vista was down by two points until the last 3 seconds where they won with a 3-pointer.  The...

Yonnie Yang doing Algebra 2 homework. I think Im actually working harder this year, Yang (8) said.

8th Graders go to Westwood for Advanced Classes

Vedanti Patil and Nikhil Gupta December 7, 2022

Education. Something that can change lives. For years, we’ve always been told to further our education, but it seems as if furthering your education can also hold back your education. Students at...

Some of the Books sold at the Book fair

2022 Book Fair Held In The Library

Ella Gonzales, Jasmine Choi, and Mira Kondrakunta November 30, 2022

From Nov 28th to Dec 2nd, in the CVMS library, a book fair will be held. During this event, students will be able to select from a range of books to buy. These books range from non-fiction to comic books....

No. 11, Maya Alas, dribbles the ball across court.

First 8th Grade Girls’ Basketball Game Against Cedar Valley

Vedanti Patil and Ella Gonzales November 17, 2022

The first 8th-grade girls’ basketball game of this school year took place on Nov. 10, 2022. The Canyon Vista Mustangs went against the Cedar Valley Jaguars. During the first quarter, No. 31, Isabella...

The cheerleaders performing during the 8th grade pep rally

The First Pep Rally For The 2022-23 School Year

Mira Kondrakunta, Ella Gonzales, and Saanvi Devpura November 17, 2022

           The first pep rally of this school year took place in the gym on Nov. 11, 2022, in which various performances took place. The coaches acknowledged the victories of the students...

7th Grade A-B Football Teams win the District Championship

7th Grade A-B Football Teams win the District Championship

Ford Hinze, Reporter November 14, 2022

          The Canyon Vista Mustangs have just experienced a historic event; The 7th grade A and B Football teams both won the district championship for the first time in this school's history....

Books that have been challenged nationwide

Books Bans limit student’s abilities to read what they want

Books are essential to the learning and development of young minds. They create the potential for prodigies to build and challenge their cognitive abilities, and for years students have been encouraged...

Fall theatre production debuts

Fall theatre production debuts

Adarsh Aruru, Grayson Coats, and Lucas Janssen, Reporter October 19, 2022

Canyon Vista Theater has produced Patrick Barlow’s adaptation of John Buchan’s novel, “The 39 Steps''. The shows will take place at 7 p.m. on Thursday through Saturday with a 2 p.m. matinee on Saturday....

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CVMS Sixth Graders Run the Cap 10K

Mayla Montgomery, Reporter April 28, 2022

Here at Canyon Vista Middle School, we have two up-and-coming runners! Friends Laksh Ravi (6th) and Subramani Murugananth (6th) recently completed the Cap 10K marathon here in Austin. I interviewed the...

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How to restart a chromebook

Sunwoo Choi, Reporter April 21, 2022

Ways to Restart There are 3 ways you can restart a Chromebook: The simple restart, the update restart, and the hard restart. The simple restart can help with minor problems Chromebooks may encounter,...

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Florida passes the “Don’t Say Gay Bill”

Nikhil Gupta, Editor in Chief April 12, 2022

On March 28th, 2022, Ron DeSantis signed the controversial "Don't Say Gay Bill". The bill is officially called the "Parental Rights In Education"  bill. Many people have called it the "Don't Say Gay Bill",...

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Band Wins at UIL

Hrishi Satish, Reporter April 5, 2022

UIL (the University Interscholastic League) - a STAAR test, of sorts, for various subjects (fun fact: the UIL Administration in Texas is the largest of its kind in the world). From Academics, Arts, to...

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