By Kenna Lee This year, we have a new TREK teacher: Ms. Swinney! Ms. Swinney was born and raised from Lafayette, Louisiana. For college, Ms. Swinney attended Louisiana State University (LSU). Before she came to Pin Oak, Ms. Swinney worked as a teacher in New York City for 4 years teaching Special-Ed. However, if Ms. … Continue reading Meet Ms. Swinney!
By Sarah Rimawi and Dia Vaswani Edited by Kenna Lee This year at Pin Oak, we have a new house principal in C house, Ms. Ryan. Before becoming a house principal, Ms. Ryan taught 6th to 8th grade social studies, math, science, and English. She wanted to become a middle school principal because she … Continue reading NEW C HOUSE PRINCIPAL
By Dia Vaswani & Sarah Rimawi This year at Pin Oak Middle School, we have a new nurse, Ms.Troetscher. She was born and raised in Germany. She goes there often to visit her cousins, who still live there. Later on, she moved to Houston and attended the University of Houston, TX. After graduating, she became … Continue reading The School Nurse
By Kenna Lee Eat Mor Chikin!! Seem familiar? This saying is the iconic phrase that is featured on all Chick-Fil-A Kids Meals. The history of Chick-Fil-A dates back to the 1940s when Truett Cathy opened the Dwarf House in Hapeville, Georgia. When one of the country’s first chicken sandwiches were introduced there, Cathy decided to … Continue reading De Hiztery of Chick-Fil-A
Amaal Ali The Egyptian jackal gods, represented with jackal heads on human bodies or entirely as animals, are distinctively Egyptian deities. They served essential functions in the Egyptians’ understanding of what happened after death and acted as guides and protectors in the complex process of reaching the afterlife. We do not know exactly when and … Continue reading Death Dogs: Jackals Of Ancient Egypt