The Student News Site of Canyon Vista Middle School

Canyon Echoes

The Student News Site of Canyon Vista Middle School

Canyon Echoes

The Student News Site of Canyon Vista Middle School

Canyon Echoes

Book Review: Whats Left of Me

Book Review: What’s Left of Me

Katie Chung April 24, 2017

In the world of "What's Left of Me", one body holds two souls. Over time, the dominant soul takes over and the weaker soul lets go of control. This happens to everyone. Sometimes.

Choir Fall Concert

Choir Fall Concert

Katie Chung April 24, 2017

On the evening of Friday, October 18th, the choir ensemble at Canyon Vista presented a spectacular performance at the Bethany Methodist Church. Four choir ensembles, Honors Choir, Treble Choir, Sixth Grade...

Book Review: An Abundance of Katherines

Torrey Oliver April 24, 2017

All through high school, Colin Singleton, a child prodigy who loves anagramming and finding mathematical formulas, has dated the same nine letters repeatedly. K-a-t-h-e-r-i-n-e. Exactly nineteen times....

Book Review: Legend

Book Review: Legend

Neeha Bandlapalli April 24, 2017

The Western coast of the United States, known as the Republic, is at war with the colonies. Born in a poor district and raised on the streets, Day is the Republic's most wanted criminal while June, a military...

Book Review: Newes from the Dead

Book Review: Newes from the Dead

Artemisia Tran April 24, 2017

A captivating, historical fiction novel, "Newes from the Dead" by Mary Hooper, is about a young woman by the name of Anne Green who is sentenced to death by hanging. The story alternates between Anne,...

Gallery Walk

Gallery Walk

Nicole Souydalay April 24, 2017

Pain. Havoc. Suffering.Loud coughs resonated through the air, brisk and enveloped with fear....

Book Review: Instructions for a Broken Heart

Book Review: Instructions for a Broken Heart

Julie Kim April 24, 2017

In the middle of August, I was desperate for some good books to read before school started. I headed to the library, the Spicewood Springs Branch, just up the road from Canyon Vista. When I arrived, I...

Book Review: The Legend of Muirwood

Yoonsoo Cha April 24, 2017

"The Legend of Muirwood" by Jeff Wheeler is a wonderful trilogy for readers, adults and children alike. It’s hard to take a break while reading because the author creates a sense of anticipation...

Book Review: The Lions of Little Rock

Sanika Nayak April 24, 2017

The year is 1958. Everything is different, especially for a young girl in Little Rock, Arkansas named Marlee. Marlee is a person that never talks and lets everyone make decisions for her. But when...

A Hair of Another Color

Torrey Oliver April 24, 2017

In middle school, you’re realizing who you are since there’s more freedom than in elementary. You’re figuring out what you like and who you want to be. You're blossoming into your own person. As...

Book Review: The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian

Randy Kwon April 24, 2017

The book, "The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian," is a terrific read. It’s really good for teens. You can’t stop reading because it always leaves off on an interesting part or romantic part....

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