photo by Joann Min LBJ Orchestra students get on a bus to Garcia Middle School to perform for the middle school’s students. They did so in order to demonstrate all the new features of the department at the middle school, as well as encourage their students to attend LASA and LBJ.
photo by Meris McHaney LASA senior Denice Reed practices for color guard. “It’s bitter-sweet to be leaving,” Reed said. “But I’m ready to have new adventures/ The family you make comes from odd places- I didn’t expect to have 17 sisters, but I do, and they all have birthdays.”
photo by Mary Louise Gilburg LASA Freshman Casey Dawson and Amelia Nicot-Cartsonis work on their final project in Sci-Tech. “We are setting up our device for another round of testing,” Dawson said. “Sci Tech is fun because we aren’t just learning theories about how things work, we are actually solving problems.”
photo by Dresden Timco Freshmen student council host a Donut Social for their classmates. LASA freshman and student council treasurer Shawn Lee helped distribute the treats. “Student council wants the class to be happy and come together,” Lee said.
photo by Mary Louise Gilburg LASA senior Cristina Martinez takes out teachers recycling for National Honor Society (NHS). “We do this about once every two weeks,” Martinez said. “We walk around and pick up the recycling bin from our teachers’ rooms. It’s a good way to get hours.”
photo by Willow Higgins LBJ junior Danna Ceballos works on a chemistry lab where she studies the importance of molarity. “We’re learning about how to saturate a certain amount of water with Kool-Aid,” Ceballos said.
photo by Nathan Humphreys Lucas During robotics today, a drill slipped, cutting LASA senior Ben Yang. “Fortunately this kind of thing doesn’t happen often,” LASA senior Calvin Stence said. “We use blowtorches down and here and no one is ever hurt, this type of thing is pretty rare.”
photo by Oran Lopez Reed LASA junior Kevin Herbert practices playing the piano during class. “I’m just being creative,” Herbert said. “You don’t need to listen to something else to make your own music.”
photo by Willow Higgins Dan Harper’s physics class practices making circuits for their project on incubating chicken eggs. “This project is really neat because it teaches you a lot of different concepts at once,” Williams said. “I also am excited to watch our chicks develop.”