Monthly Archives: February 2018

What Colors Are The Shoes?

By Emily D. I’m guessing you’ve heard of “The Dress.” This is a picture of a dress that has been confusing people around the world since February 26, 2015. Now there’s a new phenomenon and it’s called “The Shoe.” One … Continue reading

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Thank You, Ms. Holtz For Your Hard Work

  By Ellie H. and Harry K. Dedicated. Passionate. Hardworking. Three words that describe many of our teachers among our campus. It truly isn’t easy to come to school to teach kids everyday. It is hard enough for us and … Continue reading

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The Ultimate Guide To A Perfect Valentine’s Day

By Karina F. Valentine’s day is fun, but can be a struggle. Not knowing what to give, or what to do? Well, don’t fear, because this guide will give you some sweet ideas everyone will love! A sweet way to … Continue reading

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How Do People Prepare for Valentine’s Day?

By Samara SN. and Kristina J. Many people love Valentine’s Day. It is a time of the year that people can show how much someone means to them. When we interviewed our classmates on what they would do for Valentine’s … Continue reading

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Short Story: “Papa”

By Sally M. My dad and I didn’t have the best of relationships. He was constantly pressuring me to get straight A’s, forcing me to take after-school classes, saying no when I wanted to hang out with my friends. We … Continue reading

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Student Perspective: Making Money As A Middle Schooler

By Kristina J. Have you ever been stuck in a pickle because you need to get a birthday gift for someone and you are out of money? That has happened several times to me, but I was able to make … Continue reading

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Student Perspective: Are Sports Drinks Good For You?

By Andrew Y. and Luke C. Sports drinks have been said to be bad by many parents, but why are they so bad? What do they do to our bodies?  And most importantly, what do they do in the long … Continue reading

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Poetry Corner: Love Is Everything

By Amber K. Even through the hardest times Even in the rain You can always find something to love Something that’s worth the pain   Even when the darkness comes Or when the night gets scary There will always be … Continue reading

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Can You Unscramble the “Love” Words?

Valentine’s Day Word Scramble   OVLE  ______________ EOVD  ______________ ALNTNEVEI  _____________ DRE  _____________ EAHRT  _____________ COHOCTEAL  _____________ LWREFO  _____________ JLERYWE  _____________ ESETW RTAT  _____________ INPK  _____________

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Poetry Corner: True Love

  By Jodi Y.   You think of the true meaning of love The swaying feeling in your stomach Like the currents in the ocean The warm feeling in your body Like the sun hitting your face You feel like … Continue reading

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Fujii Makes A Difference

By Karina F. Mr. Michael Fujii, as we all know, is an excellent math teacher. He teaches 6th and 7th grade math and is awesome at it! But besides his love for teaching, he loves many other things! Get to … Continue reading

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Did You See The Super Blue Blood Moon?

By Luke C. On Wednesday morning, a very rare Super Blue Blood moon appeared in the sky.  But what is this exactly? This lunar trifecta is actually a combination of three different lunar phenomenons, the Super Moon, Blue Moon, and … Continue reading

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Student Perspective: Body Worlds

Opinion #1 By Andrew Y. Have you ever been to the California Science Center? If you have, do you think that you have explored everything?  I guarantee that you haven’t, since they have recently put in a new exhibit called … Continue reading

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Marvelous Ms. Markovich Gets Into Mischief

By Ellie H. and Harry K. We all have gotten in trouble before at school, either if it was talking to our friends or doing something foolish. But, could you imagine one of our teachers getting in trouble? Ms. Stephanie … Continue reading

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STEM Bounds Students At AstroCamp

By Katie S. Seventh grade GATE students along with four chaperones and Mr. Scott Smith attended AstroCamp on January 19-21st. It is located in Idyllwild, California. After the two hour bus ride, they were dropped off at AstroCamp in fifty … Continue reading

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