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The World’s Endangered Animals We Should Work Harder to Save

The World’s Endangered Animals We Should Work Harder to Save

June Jung and Hannah McDonough

December 4, 2019

All species are a part of life on earth. Without them, the whole life cycle falls apart. But by helping to preserve them and their habitats, we do not need to worry so much about extinction. Here is a list of 5 species that are currently listed as endangered, according to the World Wildlife Fund (WWF). 1.) Amur Leopard Amur leopards live in the forests of Russia, experiencing f...

Kill Shelters Need Our Support

Kill Shelters Need Our Support

Evlabia Konstantinou, Reporter

December 3, 2019

First Things First The phrase "kill shelter" gets misinterpreted. The fact that people don't donate to kill shelters cause even more animals to be euthanized. When people hear that an animal shelter euthanizes animals, people jump to conclusions and make uneducated decisions. People can't look past tha...

Music Culture: What are we listening to?

Music  Culture: What are we listening to?

Hadley Norris, Reporter

November 19, 2019

In a poll of about 76 people in CVMS, we asked students what music they enjoy listening to and the artists they love. Out of all the music genres, the top four were pop music, rap, country, and rock. Pop took the lead at 30.3%, which isn’t surprising. “ In my opinion pop music is overplayed, I thin...

OPINION: Adopting a Pet? Choose a No Kill Shelter

OPINION: Adopting a Pet? Choose a No Kill Shelter

Hannah McDonough, Editor

November 15, 2019

When adopting a pet, one of the first things to think about is what kind of shelter you want to adopt. More specifically, do you want to support a kill or non-kill animal shelter? This challenging question has been debated for a while, and hopefully, this article helps you figure out what you would like...

The Little Mermaid Live!

The Little Mermaid Live!

Jessie Van Den Berg, Editor

November 14, 2019

The Little Mermaid is a classic film that brings most of us back to our childhood. On Nov. 13, 1989, The Little Mermaid pronounced itself to the world for the very first time. With an incredibly talented cast, The Little Mermaid made it impossible to recreate the magic that only the original brought...

Orchestra holds their Fall Concert

Orchestra holds their Fall Concert

Harmony House, Reporter

November 14, 2019

This year, the orchestra has been very busy practicing for their concert performance at the Raymond E. Hartfield Performing Arts Center on Nov. 8,  2019. All of the orchestras were directed by Mr. Whatley, the orchestra teacher at Canyon Vista. Performers include First-year, Prelude, Philharmonic,...

Seventh Grade defeats Grisham 42-6; becomes District Champions

Seventh Grade defeats Grisham 42-6; becomes District Champions

Akaash Reddy, Reporter

November 14, 2019

The Canyon Vista Vs. Grisham game was excellent, and if you didn't watch it, be sure to read this article! Both teams worked hard, and only one came out on top. Here's what happened. Before the game, both teams were doing exercises, and spectators were coming in to watch. I was waiting for the game...

Eighth Grade Football Crushes Grisham Grizzlies 35-8

Eighth Grade Football Crushes Grisham Grizzlies 35-8

Mercy Forrister, Reporter

November 13, 2019

The eighth grade football team had their last game on Nov. 6. They played their hardest defeated the Grisham Grizzlies and won the game with a score of 35-8. Their overall score of games won to lost is 6-1 A team and B team is 6-0. They worked super hard to get where they are today. They have come in...

Red Ribbon Week

Red Ribbon Week

Naomi Nathan, Reporter

November 4, 2019

What is Red Ribbon Week?  Red Ribbon Week is an Anti, Alcohol, Drugs and violence campaign that encourages kids to stay away from drugs and make good choices. Sadly lots of kids and teens get into these addictive and harmful behaviors. Red Ribbon Week is a campaign that explains to kids how to s...

Was It Worth The Scare? The Haunted House of Barrington Oaks

Was It Worth The Scare? The Haunted House of Barrington Oaks

Hannah McDonough, Editor

November 1, 2019

On Halloween night, people come to see a spooky haunted house, right here in the neighborhood. The owners live on Barrington Oaks, a street in the nearby community. For years, they've been putting on a show of haunted houses, pirate ships, and even ancient Egypt. They generally start building in August,...

The Five Coolest Expensive Pets in The World

The Five Coolest Expensive Pets in The World

Shristi Dayal, Reporter

October 31, 2019

How much would you spend on a pet? A $100? $10? Or how about $20,000? Or even a $1,000,000? That's pretty crazy, right? But, people actually spend that much money on these rare animals. I don't know if I would spend that much money on these beautiful pets, but I have hand-picked these animals to showcase...