AIA Division One Speech and Debate State Tournament

Katelynn Showers, Managing Editor

March 29, 2017

Filed under Campus Life, News

The McClintock Speech and Debate team competed at the AIA Division One Speech and Debate State Tournament on Fri., March 17 and Sat., March 18 at Copper Canyon High School. “[Competing at State] I learned how my pieces compare to the t...

‘Tock takes SWSDIT

Katelynn Showers, Managing Editor

March 29, 2017

Filed under Campus Life

The McClintock High School Speech and Debate team competed at the Southwest Speech & Debate Institute Tournament (SWSDIT) competition on Fri., March 10 and Sat., March 11. Unlike most tournaments, only a few competitors from McC...

Spring reading challenge

Tanner Bunkelmann, Brief Manager

February 28, 2017

Filed under Briefs, Campus Life

Chargers! The beginning of the spring is marked by rain, allergies, and most importantly, a reading challenge! McClintock has been challenged to read three thousand, three hundred, and thirty three (3,333) pages over the course...

Basketball shoots for nothing but net

McKinley Becraft, Copy Editor

February 2, 2017

Filed under Campus Life, News, Sports

McClintock High School is known for having athletes that go above and beyond everything done before. The basketball team is no exception. For a team ranked 12th out of 43 teams in the 5A Division, McClintock Chargers are doing...

Coronation Dance to be held Feb. 25

Amayrani Chaparro, Reporter

January 31, 2017

Filed under Campus Life, News

Coronation is on Sat., Feb 25 and it will be held in the main gym. Since at Homecoming boys asked girls, this time it's an opportunity for girls to ask the boys. The tickets are either single for $15 or a couple’s ticket,...

Hidden Figures Review

Damaya Hudson, Campus Life Editor

January 31, 2017

Filed under A&E, Campus Life

Hidden Figures is a movie based on three mathematicians in the never before told story about NASAs American space program. In the early 60s, as the U. S. plots to surpass the Soviet Union in the space race. Three technologically...

Face off: Prop 206 is good for Arizona (Con)

Mitchell Wenger, News Editor

January 31, 2017

Filed under Campus Life, Opinion

This election, Prop 206 asked Arizona voters to raise the minimum wage to $10 in 2017, and incrementally all the way to $15 by 2020. Supporters of the proposition, according to Ballotpedia.org, say that it will “decrease...

Face off: Prop 206 is good for Arizona (Pro)

Liam Huggns, Reporter

January 31, 2017

Filed under Campus Life, Opinion

Back in November, the residents of Arizona voted in favor of Prop 206. Prop 206 is an increase in minimum wage and starting in 2017, the minimum wage is 10 dollars. This new change will hopefully make a push towards a livable...

Senior night for girl’s basketball

Asis Jones, Editor in chief

January 27, 2017

Filed under Briefs, Campus Life

Senior night for girl’s basketball is Fri., Jan. 27 against Sunny Slope. Freshman starts at 4, JV starts at 5 and Varsity starts at 7. The game will take place in the main gym and the admission is $3 for students with student...

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