The Rider Chronicle

Your 2016-17 Lunch Report

WFISD shortens your lunch time from 45 to 30 minutes.
Jacob H. Wooten, Reporter, Website Manager February 1, 2017

Fifteen minutes is all it takes to put the eyes of a student into the view of an administrator. Fifteen minutes that WFISD cut from every high school’s lunch time in order to compensate for new state...

A 'Major' Change

A ‘Major’ Change

Rider JROTC starts off the year with a new Senior Army Instructor
Chris Greenwood, Co-Chief Editor February 1, 2017

Most days, Senior Army Instructor Robert Smith doesn't just step into his car and spend 20 minutes travelling to work. He spends about one and a half hours and crosses a state border to teach his classes. "I...

Will Rainwater gives blood during the blood drive the week of Thanksgiving.

Blood Drive Gives Life

Cortney Wood, Reporter December 15, 2014

A near death experience drives student council president Sara Sorge to make each Rider blood drive a success. “I lost so much blood my sophomore year that I had a heart attack,” Sorge said. “People...

STAAR Results No Longer Part Of Exam Exemptions

STAAR Results No Longer Part Of Exam Exemptions

Alyssa Matthews, Reporter December 5, 2014

A high school student may opt out of semester exams if his grades and attendance records meet the district’s current standards WFISD said in a news release. This year’s prerequisites are on a class...

JROTC Sponsors First Step Benefit

JROTC Sponsors First Step Benefit

December 5, 2014

The J.R.O.T.C. will be hosting a 12 Days of Christmas to benefit First Step of WF (the local women’s shelter). They will be collecting donations of clothes, shoes, toys, etc. They will be placing boxes...

Mrs. M explains what StuCo President Sara Sorge needs to go over during the Wednesday lunch meeting prior to Red Ribbon Week.

Painting For A Purpose Set For Nov. 20

Kiersten Scott November 12, 2014

On Nov. 20 the student council will host their “Painting-for-a-Purpose” event to raise funds that will go towards the purchase of Christmas gifts for children who would otherwise go without. “Right...

Biology Club Relaunches

Biology Club Relaunches

Miranda Darne November 7, 2014

For the first time in several years, Rider has a functioning Biology Club. “We actually had a lot more people there than I thought we were going to,” senior and Biology Club President Kiersten...

Graves Back And Ready To Dominate Spring Season

Cortney Wood, News Editor, Managing Editor October 10, 2014

Preparing for the 2015 season, the lady Raider’s softball team welcomes Coach Linda Graves back to the team as one of the JV coaches. Graves assisted assistant principal Cody Blair in the 2012-13...

New Assistant Golf Coach With Head Coach Wallerich

Sydney Mayo , Reporter September 17, 2014

Even though the season hasn’t started, the rider golf team is hard at work practicing Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays after school. The upcoming season is accompanied by the introduction of a new...

Mu Alpha Theta: It’s Not All About Math

Alyssa Matthews, Reporter September 16, 2014

The National Math Honor Society is preparing for another year full of community service and volunteerism. “A lot of people think all we do it sit around and solve math problems.” sponsor Lydia Coyle...

Giving back with StuCo.

Opportunities To Give Back With StuCo

September 15, 2014

Rider Student Council is an organization that offers different volunteering activities to its members. “Student Council allows everyone to give back to our community in a way that students enjoy,...

Load More Stories
Activate Search
The student news publishing site of Rider High School in Wichita Falls, TX.