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Getting Our Wings

Getting Our Wings

Sebastian Deustua, Reporter

September 30, 2019

On the last day of summer, while the 7th and 8th graders were enjoying their last 24 hours of freedom before the school schedule kicked in, the incoming 6th graders were at school where they went through 6th grade orientation. Scott Parker, one of our new 6th grade students, was excited about the changes. ...

Sign on the Line

Sign on the Line

CarlyRae Jones, Reporter

September 29, 2019

This year our campus got to experience a more efficient registration. Delaine Meyers (Gr. 8) noticed the difference. "The process is different because it went a lot faster and the picture booth was quicker because they had three different stations." Registration reveals your new schedule for the year ...

Enchanted Forest Book Fair

Juliana Proctor, Reporter

May 1, 2019

This year’s book fair held in the library had a theme of enchanted forest. Mrs. Laughry has set many great times for kids to buy books. “During your brunch we’re open, all the brunches. Most lunches, all next week too for everyone to come shop. And you will come with your English class also, t...

What’s that sound?

What’s that sound?

Yalda Shamsaeifar, Reporter

May 1, 2019

On October, 12th, orchestra had their first concert of the year. Shaun Saenz (Gr. 7) embraced the learning process.“We did great! We kind of screwed up, but it was still fun!” Alexander Palombi-Long (Gr.6) believes that they had a good concert. “We did great! We kind of screwed up but it was s...

Drama in Social Studies?

Dannika Witt, Reporter

April 30, 2019

In Mrs. Schweizer's 7th-grade social studies class, students got the opportunity to perform plays in front of their classmates. One of the students, Frankie Callahan (Gr. 7), gave a more detailed description of the assignment.  "We made social studies mini-dramas about medieval times." The students...

New School Year, New ASB Officers

Zoe Watts and Racquel Crook, Reporter

April 30, 2019

ASB is one of our fun and impactful electives here on campus. In part, because the students themselves help choose spirit days and other fun activities around school. Every year a new set of leaders comes in. This year the ASB president was Melia Arboit (Gr. 8), who describes ASB as “super-fun.” She rea...

Help Isn’t A Four-Letter Word!

Sofia Garruto, Reporter

April 30, 2019

Math Tutoring is a program that is funded by the PTSA, and it's a wonderful way to catch up on math. Mr. Burns is one of our talented math teachers who helps out. "Math Tutoring is every week from right after school, 2:10 to 3:10 unless there's a holiday." Math tutoring can be helpful, and it's very...

Invasion of the Robots!

Austin Jew, Reporter

April 24, 2019

Robotics is an after-school program which can teach many valuable skills. Here is Theo Nakfoor Robotics Coach to name some of them. “Teamwork because you have to work as a team to figure out how to solve the problems on the field. Public speaking since you have to present to judges in order to get...

ASB Brunch Challenge 9/11 Style

ASB Brunch Challenge 9/11 Style

Nikki Duchene, Reporter

November 24, 2018

This year ASB is going to do many activities to make this campus a better place. To start off the year, they had their first brunch challenge on 9/11. ASB President Melia Arboit (Gr. 8) explains, “In honor of 9/11, they wore fire hats (with cups on top) and they had to get two ping-pong balls in t...

Time to Step It Up

Time to Step It Up

Megan Shetty and Annie Provo

November 24, 2018

Greg Hanson and the Step It Up fundraiser was a new fundraising event this year. “I Think is is fun to see kids be in their element and do super-fun stuff.They not only do a fundraiser, but they get to have an amazing fun day with a super party celebration at the end of the event.” Greg was very ent...

Let’s Crank Up the Heat

Let’s Crank Up the Heat

Lukas Hadjis, Reporter

November 24, 2018

In 6th grade science, students were trying to put their understanding of thermal energy into solving real-world problems. Some students were trying to make thermal grills to make cookies from the heat of the sun. Others like Stephanie Ramos (Gr. 6) were in the ice carving group. “We’re basically mak...

What’s Your Identity?

What’s Your Identity?

Kiera Irving and CarlyRae Jones

November 24, 2018

Coming into middle school, 6th graders can find it challenging with all the new people and all the new names. So the mask project was a very unique way to get to know each other. Students also got to express their creativity through their decorations and color. Danica Igarta (Gr. 6) saw the bigger p...

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