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Special Olympics a success

May 10, 2019

ASB student Kaylan Daranikone was part of the helping crew of the event known as the Special Olympics,...

Junior Keimora Armstrong takes a bite of an elote with a Jamba Juice smoothie during the annual Club Rush event in September.

Staggchella cancelled due to food regulations

May 10, 2019

It was supposed to be Staggchella: music, arts, food and a long lunch. Everything was planned perfectly...

Consultant Dr. Almitra Berry was the keynote speaker at Stockton Unified’s Imagine Promise Summit held April 4 at the University of the Pacific. Many community members like the mayor, SUSD board members, and business people gathered to discuss the importance of education and the steps that will be taken to make it better.

IMAGINE STOCKTON

May 10, 2019

Dr. Almitra Berry, a graduate of Stockton Unified schools, took center stage at last month’s Imagine...

Seniors Enekeyo Sakata and Tenyiah Washington, two of the actors that were involved in the car crash, struggle to wake their friend Marissa Pimentel up. Pimentel was pronounced dead on the scene.

Fatal consequences

April 5, 2019

A night out of fun, full of music and drunken laughs. It’s finally time to go home, but you never make...

Broken families

Broken families

April 5, 2019

As she would come home from school, senior Hailey Edwards became used to a scenario that transpired all...

DATE SAVED

DATE SAVED

Brianna Rodriguez, News Editor

March 1, 2019

Mena Torres has always been excited to graduate, but now she is ecstatic she will actually be able to...

Agricultural program starts to grow

Senior Karina 
Tafolla stands beside Agriculture teacher Daniel Barrett while arranging roses for Valentine’s Day Grams. The students in Floriculture used techniques they’ve learned throughout the year to arrange the flowers in different shaped patterns. These bouquets were sold to staff and students.

Cevina Calderon

March 1, 2019

The newly born agriculture education program has flourished since last year. With the partially constructed...

Freshman Alex Light penetrates the support beams with pins in order to keep the structure together. He is attempting to make the best civil structure bridge for the MESA Day Competition, which will be held tomorrow at the University of the Pacific.

MESA aims to prevail again

March 1, 2019

Whether it’s building a mousetrap car or a prosthetic arm, preparation and perfection has been all...

Neglected Program seeks more funding

February 4, 2019

Nadia Dutra is a senior who believes the art program deserves more recognition. “Art allows me to express mys...

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