The Red Ledger

Madeline Sanders

Madeline Sanders, Editor-In-Chief

On her fourth and final year as a member of The Red Ledger, senior Madeline Sanders is thrilled to have her second go-around as Editor-In-Chief with the lovely Liliana Hager at her side. Although she has looked forward to senior year and all of its glory (namely graduation) since she began her tenure at 250 Estates Parkway, Madeline admits that deep down she will miss her beloved home, school, friends and, of course, E103. Outside of TRL, Madeline is involved in cross-country, track, NHS, Spanish Club, Capernaum, FCA, key club and Our Living Planet. Madeline is a firm believer that there is no better medicine than driving with the windows down with music at its maximum volume–especially if she is driving with her friends and that music happens to be by Ben Rector, Harry Styles or any song off ‘The Life of Pablo.’ As the year rolls around and the clock ticks towards graduation, Madeline is prepared to make this the best year yet.

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March 2, 2020
Junior Amelia Carothers finished second for the girls team.

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December 13, 2019
Senior Sara Rouse applies face paint to Superintendent Michael Goddard. Goddard later posted a selfie with students supporting runners at the meet who also wore paint to show spirit.

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November 12, 2019
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October 16, 2019
Junior Carson Hockersmith looks to pull away from the competition during a race.

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April 13, 2018
Despite paying $60 for their reserved parking spot, students can't ensure that someone won't park in their space regardless.

Stealing spots

March 19, 2018
TRL's Madeline Sanders voices her opinion on stricter gun control.

Column: It’s time

February 22, 2018
Nia Marwaha and her family hiked the Himalayas daily and lived at base camp for three weeks for a long awaited vacation.

Nia in Nepal

December 11, 2017
While training at nearby Celebration park, the girls cross country team has often faced harassment.

Taking precautions

December 5, 2017
Fairview voters will decide on a new bond proposal to fund a new fire station in addition to other amenities.

Growing pains

November 1, 2017
Freshman Madilyn Calderon tinkers with her robot in class.

Building with the boys

October 19, 2017
Lovejoy faculty made the trek to Austin during the summer to lobby for increased funding for the school district.

Solid and stable

September 6, 2017
The school will provide eye protection for viewing Monday's total solar eclipse. Students will be dismissed in rotations between 12:40-1:30 p.m.

Sun-day school

August 20, 2017
Junior Chase Van Wagoner will compete at the 5A state track meet in long jump. At the district meet, he jumped 22-05.

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May 18, 2017
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