The Paw Print

Paychecks for grades

Liam Kirk, Staff Writer

March 29, 2019

A debate that often is brought among students is whether or not the information we learn in school will actually be used in real life situations as we get older. After high school is college, for some and work for others, and as you grow older, earning money becomes more and more of a priority. Y...

Mars Life

The planet Mars in the solar system.

Amirah Jabr, Staff Writer

March 25, 2019

 Have you ever wondered if there’s life on another planet like Mars? Could Mars be the next Earth? Mars is a planet that scientists have investigated to see if actual humans or aliens were living on this planet. Mars could be a place us humans could travel to or live on. Life on another mysterious ...

UNICEF brief

Parker Robillard, Staff Writer

March 12, 2019

UNICEF  is an international children’s fund created by the United Nations to provide emergency healthcare and food to children affected by World War II. Today, they have the same goals including protecting all rights of children in every nation. UNICEF depends on the support of volunteers, donation...

Sights Brief

Bella Castro, staff writer

February 28, 2019

The club sights have been preparing for the next rally on Friday, March 15th. These group of dancers meets up every brown day GLC during the halfway mark to practice. This club is year long and is a priority to all included. Junior Gian Kamal, leader of sights, choreographs all dances seen during the...

Gaming club

Parker Robillard, Staff Writer

February 22, 2019

Did you know the Gunderson High School has a gaming club?  They do! The Gunderson Gaming Club has over 20 gaming club member to date but is always looking for new, highly motivated students, into the latest and greatest games available today.  Plus the classic games including chess, Dungeons, and ...

French Society’s latest meeting

This thematic French Society flyer holds all the details for the meeting on Wednesday

Delaney Hopp, Staff Writer

February 15, 2019

The French Society club held their February meeting celebrating Valentine’s Day on 2/13 in N-9. The meeting started at 2:45 and last until 3:45. All students were invited to come, but French students got extra credit if they did. In order to get extra credit, students had to stay at least an ho...

January facts: a tribute feature

A snowflake-y tribute to January.

Delaney Hopp, Staff Writer

January 22, 2019

January. The first month of the year. Students tend to dislike the month as it is the month when Holiday Break ends. The month is also gloomy, dark, and cold. January also means the start of the new semester, so students and teachers are stressed since they are still trying to get back into the daily rout...

Creating A Life After College

What are you going to do?

Chinna Nguyen, Staff Writer

January 17, 2019

Thinking into the future can be really scary, especially for those who are soon to be graduating from college or university. Students would have to think about what they want to do after they  graduate and what else would be in store for them now that they’re being freely released into a world wi...

What’s in the cup

which did they prefer?

Luhanna Abella, Emilia Vazquez, Chinna Nguyen, and Delaney Hopp

November 21, 2018

Muggy Myths There are numerous myths about coffee and tea. These popular drinks made of beans or leaves, both contain caffeine, even green tea. All types of tea come from the same basic plant, the Camellia Synthesis plant. There are over 3,000 varieties of tea. Tea is the most consumed beverag...

AP Testing The Quiet Before The Storm

The room Gunderson high school uses for all AP testing.

Quan Nguyen, Staff Writer

June 5, 2018

AP Testing; the cruel mistress that brings both joy when you finish, but tragedy throughout the test. AP Testing lasts for two straight hours with a ten minute break in between sections. The atmosphere itself is modest and solemn as students prepared to enter the dungeon of testing. “I’m very...

Juniors to Seniors

These are three spirited juniors (left Carmen  middle Nani left Jade) took this after the homecoming rally  … courtesy of nani cruz

Erin Wells, Staff Writer

June 5, 2018

The moment that the class of 2019 have been waiting for: senior year. Senior year can be an exciting, but also scary time for most. Being a senior comes with more responsibilities and challenges, but students may also find it has many positives. Many juniors are eager to become seniors and start a new chapter...

Should GHS Create a Life Skills Class

Credit score chart that shows you if you're credit is either 'Very Bad, Bad, Fair, Good, or Excellent.'

Jalen Hunter, Staff Writer

June 4, 2018

Here at Gunderson High School, we have many classes for students to choose from. Some of these classes are required in order to graduate while others are optional. One class in particular that our school doesn’t have is a life skills class. In a life skills class, the students would learn about being an ...

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