Leander High School's online student-run newspaper

The Roar

Leander High School's online student-run newspaper

The Roar

Leander High School's online student-run newspaper

The Roar

Aimee Bozoudes

Aimee Bozoudes, Staff Writer

Hey, I'm Aimee and seeing as this is my first and only year on The Roar newspaper staff, I am extremely humbled and excited to interact and write about Leander's diverse student body.

Aside from Newspaper,  I am a Senior who is a part of Sapphires, PALS, NAHS, the president of the French club, an AP English and French student and on top of those things I love painting, animals, Hawaiian pizza, and the most obviously, writing.
I would love to travel to Greece and France to see and experience the amazing culture, and New York to see Broadway shows such as Les Misérables, Newsies, Phantom of the Opera, Wicked and Next to Normal.

I have a respect and love for all kinds of music, a fear of ventriloquist dolls, MARVEL is better than DC, and hard work and morals drive me to want to succeed.
I'm always open to try and learn new things, meet new people and I guess that's about it.

Have a great day!

All content by Aimee Bozoudes
The ‘ART’ sign put above the door frame in Art teacher Chelsea Cason’s room. Similar to other fine arts, students are encouraged to express their feelings through a creative outlet.

The silent story

May 27, 2016
A package of envelopes that Journalism advisor Danielle Bell has set out in her classroom. It was for students to write appreciation letters to teachers.

Why I teach

May 8, 2016
The Blue Belle leaders on stage for the beginning of the ‘Last Dance’ of Spring Show. This would be the Blue Belles 26th annual Spring Show with the first beginning in 1990.

Stealing the show

April 28, 2016
Junior holding middle TJ Barrett against the Dripping Springs Tigers. The Lions final game would later honour the two seniors and end in a tie of 1-1.

Tie it out

March 23, 2016
B-team player Destin Pinkey running through the Rangers to score for the Lions. The game against Vista Ridge was their second time facing the team.

The final three

February 29, 2016
Junior holding middle TJ Barrett blocking a Georgetown Eagle. “When preparing for a game, I like to jam out to loud upbeat music beforehand,” Barrett said. “Then, when we warm up on our own, I use the time to work on passing with Aurora, my best friend.”

Stuck in a rut

February 25, 2016
Freshmen outside middle Claire Imig preparing to take control of the ball for the Lions. The Lady Lions would later lose to the Rangers with a score of 0-2.

Communication is key

February 19, 2016
A-team player Tay Brown against the Vista Ridge Rangers. The game would later end with a final score of 71-44, Lions taking the win.

Victory against Vista

January 26, 2016
Hunter Stevens keeping up the Lions scoring against the Mustangs in the second quarter. This shot would then raise the score to 29-10, Lions in the lead as they would later win the game.

Taking out the Mustangs

January 15, 2016
A toy gun with an orange tip. The executive order aims to make guns, like the one its modeled after, harder for criminals to obtain.

A sense of urgency

January 11, 2016
National Honor Society has been apart of Leander since 1971 and has been an annual participant for Operation Christmas Gift. Their certificate must be renewed every year.

Club Spotlight: NHS

November 12, 2015
Mrs. Molina has taught for 16 years.

[Photo] Maria Molina

October 8, 2015
The mural is placed in the front of the science building and has an admission box for any students and teachers alike to submit any positive comments. In contrast to the positive comments someone can take with them, negative words and phrases are puzzled into ‘words hurt.’

It starts with you

October 7, 2015
The Senior and Freshmen shirts. These shirts are available during all B Day lunches in the “Pride.”

“I wish I knew…”

September 15, 2015
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