National Parks

National Parks

Hannah Doerr, Elijah Cruz, and Boston Thorpe

April 27, 2018


Filed under ENTERTAINMENT, SPOTLIGHT, STUDENT FEATURES

Our Earth is beautiful and visiting a National Park this spring season is a perfect way to view nature the way it is. Nature is a wonderful masterpiece and these Nature Parks can help you see that. A National Park is a place where nature is protected and people come to visit in order to get outside a...

Earth Day

Earth Day

Jaylee Schovajsa, Bailey Blough, Grace Remley, and Jackson Boccella

April 13, 2018


Filed under HOT TOPICS, NEWS, SPOTLIGHT, STUDENT FEATURES

Earth Day originated in the United States of America.The purpose of Earth Day was to spend a whole day focused on our environment and to learn how to take care of it. We celebrate the anniversary of Earth Day on April 22. The very first Earth Day was celebrated on April 22, 1970. Earth Day was s...

Therapy Animals

Therapy Animals

Nancy Treto, Kamila Jimenez, and Landry Clayton

March 21, 2018


Filed under HOT TOPICS, NEWS, SPOTLIGHT, STUDENT FEATURES

Therapy animals can help people in many ways. They can ease anxiety, help people walk, even help people live their daily lives, but something that many animals can’t do is control themselves on planes. There have been several cases of animals lashing out on people resulting in permanent scars, biting and ...

Whole Foods

Whole Foods

Bailey Blough, Maria Guzman, Kaitlyn Compton, and Lathan Davis

March 21, 2018


Filed under HOT TOPICS, NEWS, SPOTLIGHT, STUDENT FEATURES

Whole Foods is going to be delivering groceries to businesses and homes in the community and  building a store in Georgetown TX. All  of these changes will be happening during the next few this years. The first Whole Foods store opened in Austin on September  1980 after John Mackey and Renee Lawso...

Passing Gun Laws

Passing Gun Laws

Hope Garcia, Tanner Rosenbaum, Izaac Huzair, and Cane Green

March 20, 2018


Filed under HOT TOPICS, NEWS, SPOTLIGHT, STUDENT FEATURES

Douglas High School students and teachers are having trouble making changes to their existing gun laws. A man went into a Douglas High School and killed 17 people as a result. The Douglas High School shooting was one of the most horrific shootings in North Americas' history and because of the sho...

Florida Shooting, What Happened?

Florida Shooting, What Happened?

Ethan Fajardo, Erik Hernandez, Miriam Burgos Gomez, and Jaylee Schovajsa

March 20, 2018


Filed under HOT TOPICS, NEWS, STUDENT FEATURES

On February 14th  a school shooting took place in Parkland, Florida at Douglas High School and this made the students and parents want to change the gun laws. Nikolas Cruz graduated high school when he was 18 years and did the shooting when he was 19 years old. He bought the rifle at a local gun...

Forbes BYOD

Forbes BYOD

Katelynn Simon, Ilyssa Sanchez, Kamdyn Middleton, Jaedon LaCroix, and Alex De Leon

March 20, 2018


Filed under AROUND CAMPUS, HOT TOPICS, NEWS, SPOTLIGHT, STUDENT FEATURES

Bring your own device, or BYOD was started by Georgetown ISD to enhance the learning in the classroom by having more access to technology. Some of the staff here at Forbes Middle School have banned phones and other personal devices because of misuses by the students. In the fall of 2013 teachers st...

Hope & Love

Hope & Love

Judith Luna, Jackson Boccella, Edwin Delgado, and Samantha Galicia

March 20, 2018


Filed under ART, CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS, HOT TOPICS, SPOTLIGHT, STUDENT FEATURES

On March 2, 2018 thirty Forbes students went to Austin outdoor gallery where they spent all day spray-painting a mural to honor the 17 victims of the Parkland Florida school shooting. The art 3 students said they wanted to work for this because they wanted send a message for love and support for th...

Strange Buildings Around the World

Strange Buildings Around the World

Jaina Brady, Jazmin Iruegas, Allen Baker, Eduardo Valverde, and Denise Johns

March 19, 2018


Filed under NEWS, SPOTLIGHT, STUDENT FEATURES, Uncategorized

There is a sort of “order” to making buildings. That is why it’s considered weird when someone makes a building that is crooked or shaped like an animal. We picked five strange buildings from around the world and we’re going to tell you a little bit about them. The first building is The Attack...

Places to go for Spring Break

Places to go for Spring Break

Hannah Doerr, Grace Hobbs, Lindsey Wilson, and Wyatt Beach

March 19, 2018


Filed under HOT TOPICS, NEWS, SPOTLIGHT, STUDENT FEATURES, Uncategorized

There are many places to visit and just as many reasons to head out of town during your Spring Break vacation. Many families visit relatives, others choose to have fun at a predetermined destination as it has become a family tradition, while the remainder decide to head out for a new adventure every y...

Students Take a Stand

Students Take a Stand

Grace Remley, Maya Conde, Johnathan Bustos, and Jack Johnston

March 9, 2018


Filed under HOT TOPICS, NEWS, STUDENT FEATURES

Shootings are not uncommon in America, and the backlash that occurs afterwards is often small and ignored, until recently. The school shooting that happened in Parkland, Florida on February 14 is not the first in our country, but one of the first to have protests as loud as they have been. The student...

 The History of Donuts

 The History of Donuts

Camryn Dyer, Ruby Clarkson, Joel Lopez, and Michael Ehrlish

March 9, 2018


Filed under HOT TOPICS, NEWS, STUDENT FEATURES

      Have you ever wondered where donuts came from? Well, donuts were made on the on the other side of the world in England in the 19th Century. Elizabeth Gregory was the first donut maker, her son had a ship which she would always go with him and she would make donuts on his ship. He would try to ta...

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