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When They Were Us: Mrs. Raquel Bolaños

Grading long essays and teaching students how to analyze literature are some of the daily activities that make up Mrs. Raquel Bolaños’ job as a teacher. However, before being an AP Language and Composition teacher, Mrs. Bolaños was a student just like us. Keep Reading


Students react to distance learning plan

Utilizing online resources such as Google Meet and Google Classroom, teachers and students benefit from virtual learning from the safety and comfort of their own homes. After surveying 25 freshmen, sophomores, juniors and a junior high student over social media, several responses revealed mixed emotions and reactions to this new system. With change comes adaptation; here are some student reactions about the system in place. Keep Reading


Kira Reinhartz: Specializing in shoes

From painting her own “Starry Night” to recreating Claude Monet’s “Impression, Sunrise,” junior Kira Reinhartz has immersed herself in the world of painting. However, the canvases she paints on are different than most artists'. Keep Reading


Baking beyond boring: Jewel Kyaw

While many rave about the desserts served in restaurants such as Jaxson’s Ice Cream Parlor, junior Jewel Kyaw doesn’t need to visit such restaurants. Developing a pastime into a talent, Kyaw uses baking as a stress reliever and connection to her family. Keep Reading

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