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May 14, 2018 9:21pm | Fern Miller

Not going to prom?

April 23, 2018 3:02am | Macrina Garcia, Breeann Flores

Another school year, another prom dance but things have changed this school year. Many people have claimed that prom isn’t something that many look forward in high school anymore. Dinner, tickets, and something nice to wear, are all things required for prom. Money can be […]

Suicide Prevention Presentation

April 10, 2018 4:35pm | Lizette Pilar, Arlin Sese, Amber Miller

The counselors will work with the freshmen to combat typical mental issues. The counselors and social worker, Mayra Gonzalez, will team up with More Than Sad – a program founded by the the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention – that educates students, teachers and parents […]

When I’m sixty-four

April 9, 2018 2:01am | Michelle Gonzalez

Big in size and personality, Regional Occupation Program print and graphics teacher Wayne Fravel will soon be retiring his endless jokes and teaching career. After 20 years of teaching along with many other jobs, the time has come for rest and travel. “You can’t help […]

Winter Guard

April 7, 2018 4:32pm | Esmeralda Landin, Deanna Mercado, Juan Pilar

A performance providing a glimpse to the future. On March 31 Winterguard performed at Mission Hills high school with their show, Technologic. This was their sixth performance and they placed seventh out of eight in their round. Previously they have placed between sixth and seventh. […]

MEChA

April 6, 2018 1:55pm | Brandon Jara

Promoting cultures and showing students take pride in their heritage, Griselda Resendiz is a culture-loving chicána. She began teaching four years ago, initially with various math classes eventually Advancement Via Individual Determination. Since then, Resendiz has become the adviser for the Movimiento Estudiantil Chicanx de […]

Welcome to the jungle

March 21, 2018 3:31pm | Arlin Sese

Grab the face paint because the rallies have sprung back into action. On March 16, two rallies were held in the gym. Past rallies only allowed a portion of the student body to participate, because the gym is not big enough to hold all students. […]

Free & reduced lunch

March 20, 2018 4:01pm | Samuel Detra

Several students expecting a normal lunch this year encountered an unexpected issue: instead of a free lunch, they’re charged. One small change in the Free and Reduced lunch program has made this a commonplace, making food unavailable to many students unable to afford the price of […]

Spirit is springing up

March 20, 2018 3:49pm | Breeann Flores

A week full of rain forest outfits such as, camouflage, tie dye, white out/stuffed animals, chameleon day and tourist day. Every two months before an event or holiday, spirit week occurs, where students dress up to show school spirit. ASB tries to convince other students […]

A night in paradise

March 18, 2018 12:36am | Stephanie Flores

A special night full of elegant dresses, music and a delightful meal is the night that takes place once a year. Navy Junior Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (NJROTC) Military Ball presents “A Night In Paradise” on Saturday, March 17, 2018. This year’s military ball is going […]