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The No Bones History of Cell Phones

January 10, 2019 9:46pm | Bernadette Vanderhoof

THE NO BONES HISTORY OF CELL PHONES Have you ever taken a moment to think of what you would be doing if you didn’t have access to a cell phone? Without them, how would we be able to quickly get a hold of people, check […]

Holiday Traditions Come to Fruition

December 18, 2018 9:07pm | Daphne Willars

HOLIDAY TRADITIONS COME TO FRUITION Every family  has different traditions. Some people may just like to spend time with family, while others enjoy doing other activities. Personally, my stepmom’s side of the family does “Christmas After”, when we celebrate Christmas on the 26th instead of the […]

State Champions

November 14, 2018 9:48pm | Jenna Alcantar

GREENWAY VOLLEYBALL CROWNED STATE CHAMPIONS Greenway’s Volleyball team finished the season undefeated with a 17-0 record as STATE CHAMPIONS.   Head Coach Sarah Peterson and her Demons is the second team in Greenway history to be crowned State Champions. The girls took down the Salpointe […]

Fantastic Football Season

November 14, 2018 9:30pm | Jenna Alcantar

FOOTBALL REGION CHAMPS FINISH OFF THE SEASON WITH A 10-2 RECORD Greenway’s 2018 football team made Friday nights fun again with a 10-2 record under the direction of second-year head coach Ed Cook. The Demons played one of their best seasons in school history and […]

Staff Marriages May Lead to Baby Carriages

November 14, 2018 9:06pm | Daphne Willars

STAFF MARRIAGES MAY LEAD TO BABY CARRIAGES Quite a few Greenway staff members are married to each other. There can be ups and downs as one might expect, but in the end staff members say having their spouse on campus is wonderful (of course they […]

Trick or Treat, Smell my Feet

October 31, 2018 1:00pm | Wilson Jungermann

TRICK OR TREAT, SMELL MY FEET It’s that time of year to dress up and get on that candy grind. Houses are dressed to the nines with decorations, moms are loading their cars with pounds of candy and stores are putting up their Christmas trees. […]

Tales From The Attendance Office

October 31, 2018 12:50pm | Jade Vielma

TALES FROM THE ATTENDANCE OFFICE  Here at Greenway, we are very fortunate to have a team of four women who make it their mission to make our campus not only welcoming but safe and continue to have a positive influence on each student day-by-day. It’s […]

Getting Down With Demon Sounds

October 31, 2018 12:48pm | Samantha Brown

GETTING DOWN WITH DEMON SOUNDS An orchestra is a group of instruments playing together under the direction of a conductor. An orchestra is made up of string instruments, like basses and cellos. When compared to each other, they are very different. I asked the Demon […]

Operation Hoco is a Go

September 20, 2018 1:18am | Wilson Jungermann

OPERATION HOCO IS A GO It’s that time of year again, it’s homecoming week! One week full of school spirit, pride, and working up the courage to ask that special someone to dance. We kicked off homecoming week with another amazing assembly. The best darn […]

Space Debate: Alien Encounters

September 20, 2018 1:17am | Bernadette Vanderhoof

SPACE DEBATE: ALIEN ENCOUNTERS A lingering question that has existed since the beginning of human life is whether or not there are lifeforms beyond earth. There has been a countless number of UFO sightings, with hundreds of people seeing them from the first officially recorded […]