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Therapy Dogs take over the EEC

While many of us students are busy studying and cramming for upcoming finals, Patriots Animal Welfare Society (PAWS) brings the joy of a furry friend right to our school’s backyard. Located in the Environmental Education Center May 21 from 3-4 P.M., four dogs from the Canine Assisted Therapy nonprofit organization (CAT) lay peacefully on their mats enjoying the attention of around 100 students. Keep Reading


Kicking away cancer

A group of educators, specifically Mrs. Jessica Miliffe, Mrs. Melissa Becerra and Mrs. Krisynda Cicos, along with this school year’s junior class president, Victoria Molina came up with and put together a school kickball game in order to raise more money for sophomore Sophia Hurtado as well as interest the students with a fun sports game for a good cause. Keep Reading


Bringing buddies together

While the weeks approaching spring break may mean booking hotels and researching airfare for many, for Ms. Deidra Lovegren and Ms. Jennifer Caprara’s English IV honors classes, these weeks mean something else. Seniors spent their final weeks of quarter three participating in the school’s annual book buddy project. Keep Reading


Making it in the sun: MICSUN

While Model United Nations is known for travelling across the country, they compete in local competitions as well. One of which took place April 12-14 at the University of Miami (UM). UM hoped that the conference taught students how to raise awareness on international issues and affairs through their 10 different committees. Keep Reading


Reaching states one act at a time

Thespians took center stage at District 7’s competition, sweeping up seven Critics’ Choice awards and four honorable mentions. The one act play “Songs for a New World” also made its way to states March 20 after winning best play at districts. Keep Reading

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