Students join in efforts to help Hurricane Harvey victims

KALEIGH WOFFORD, Staff writer

October 2, 2017No Comments

It all starts with one person, one lending hand, and one kind heart. After Hurricane Harvey destroyed much of south Texas, KHS students all found ways to lend a hand.

LITTLE FRIENDS: Seven Earth-like planets found

CHARLES DALL, Staff writer

March 24, 2017No Comments

NASA recently announced that 7 possibly life-supporting planets were found around TRAPPIST-1, a star about the size of the planet Jupiter from our own solar system.

Recent News Stories

METAL, SPARKS, & SMOKE: New ag shop unveiled

METAL, SPARKS, & SMOKE: New ag shop unveiled

March 8, 2017

Along with the H wing and the new gym, the ag shop...

TAKE THE LONG WAY HOME: New facilities bring added walks for students

TAKE THE LONG WAY HOME: New facilities bring added walks for students

March 2, 2017

This new semester has brought many changes with the...

GOODBYE HOME BUTTON: New iPhone X in the works

GOODBYE HOME BUTTON: New iPhone X in the works

February 16, 2017

Apples 10th anniversary for the iPhone is coming up,...

LIGHTS, CAMERA, CONSTRUCTION: Theater, band move into new auditorium; facility nears completion

LIGHTS, CAMERA, CONSTRUCTION: Theater, band move into new auditorium; facility nears completion

February 15, 2017

The new theater room, band hall, and choir room opene...

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DECADE OF DOMINANCE: XC teams take 10th straight district title

KALI ODOM, Staff writer

October 27, 2017No Comments

The Kaufman Lions cross country teams took home only gold at the district meet on Oct. 14, making it the 10th year in a row.

DOMINATION: Lions beat down the Bears

AUSTIN ROCHA, Staff writer

October 26, 2017No Comments

The Lions battled the Bears last Friday in a homecoming match and put on a show with a 42-20 victory.

PREVIEW: Lions hunt for Bears in homecoming matchup

AUSTIN ROCHA and ANTHONY ELDRIDGE

October 20, 2017No Comments

This Friday, the Lions (6-1, 3-0) have a homecoming match against the Brownsboro Bears (4-2,1-1).

Recent Sports Stories

Tennis team nets another district title

Tennis team nets another district title

October 19, 2017

The KHS tennis won district on Oct. 10 for the thi...

SINKING THE SHIP: Lions Beat Pirates, Exterminate Hornets

SINKING THE SHIP: Lions Beat Pirates, Exterminate Hornets

October 17, 2017

The Lions (6-1, 3-0) played their second district ga...

FEROCIOUS FRESHMAN: Mackenzie shines on JV v-ball team

FEROCIOUS FRESHMAN: Mackenzie shines on JV v-ball team

October 13, 2017

Adia Mackenzie eyed the ball as she waited for it t...

FRESHMAN FORCE: 9th-grader bumped up to JV volleyball team

FRESHMAN FORCE: 9th-grader bumped up to JV volleyball team

October 13, 2017

As Taylor Sandberg’s eyes followed the ball, she wai...

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PEYTON TURNER and BRINDAN POOL

October 31, 2016No Comments

It's seventh period and in the KHS ag shop sparks are flying. Students are learning how to weld and use a cutting torch as they build various metal projects.

ANDRES COLUNGA, Staff writer

October 19, 2016No Comments

RoboticsFreshman Harrison Lowder has finally finished his dumping mechanism prototype. After one week of hard work he is ready to test it. Thankfully it works like a charm. But there is one little problem, the prototype is one inch too big, which means he has to retake measurements again and make another prototype. However, Lowder knows this is not a big deal. In robotics, that’s what prototypes are for – to fail but rebuild again.

TEST TIME: College entrance exams prepare students for next educational steps

October 19, 2016

GETTING TO KNOW: Some details on KHS’s new teachers

September 22, 2016

NEW SHERIFF IN TOWN: Keith takes over as new KHS principal

September 21, 2016

New high school offers big innovations – check out the photos

September 21, 2016

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PLAY TIME: Theater department presents ‘Wizard of Oz’ this weekend

SARAY VALDEZ-VALLES, Staff writer

November 2, 2017No Comments

The KHS theatre department will be performing “ The Wizard Of Oz” on Nov. 4 at 3 p.m. and 7 p.m. and Nov. 5 at 3 p.m. in the new Fine Arts Center.

Scarecrow Festival begins this weekend, show choir set to perform

KENDRA JOCKISCH, Staff writer

October 27, 2017No Comments

The Scarecrow Festival is an annual event in Kaufman and kicks off tonight with a band on the square and continues on Saturday starting with a parade. There will be a parade, games, food, and live music.

SOMETHING TO SING ABOUT: Choir pleased with new facility, ready for big year

SOMETHING TO SING ABOUT: Choir pleased with new facility, ready for big year

October 18, 2017

New room, more performances and even more excitement. The K...

MAGGIE’S JOURNEY: Freshman overcomes leukemia with positivity

MAGGIE’S JOURNEY: Freshman overcomes leukemia with positivity

October 17, 2017

Maggie Sue Spencer was just in Oklahoma for a simp...

MAKING IT BIG: Drill team officers lead the way for Lionettes

MAKING IT BIG: Drill team officers lead the way for Lionettes

October 13, 2017

It's Friday night and the lights are shining bright o...

ATTITUDE IS EVERYTHING: Freshman’s battle with cancer takes him across country

ATTITUDE IS EVERYTHING: Freshman’s battle with cancer takes him across country

September 25, 2017

“You have cancer.” It's a terrifying thing to hear...

PREVIEW: A whole new Galaxy (S8/S8+)

PREVIEW: A whole new Galaxy (S8/S8+)

April 17, 2017

From the smallest screen to the widest screens, Samsung...

GAME ON: Simple yet entertaining mobile and computer games

GAME ON: Simple yet entertaining mobile and computer games

April 12, 2017

Computer Games and mobile games are readily available...

GAME REVIEW: Battlefield 1 brings historical battle home

GAME REVIEW: Battlefield 1 brings historical battle home

March 2, 2017

The new game Battlefield 1 is set deep in the trenches of ...

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