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Whats New In Choir

Marco Antonio Rodriguez, Writer

October 29, 2018

Choir is practicing Stand By Me by Playing For A Change and also have been practicing the National Anthem. Senior Vincent has landed a solo in the song Stand By Me. 

What’s new in the English and History departments

Delaney Hopp, Staff Writer

October 29, 2018

The English and History departments have gone through very few changes so far. The Honors Economy class has started working on AP Government lessons. It will still have economy based prompts but will focus more on the functions of the government. The Literature department has chosen new books to...

What’s new in the science and math department

Mekiah Glynn, Staff Writer

October 29, 2018

The Math department is preparing for NextFlex and next years freshmen. The science department is starting NSMI this weekend and review SBAC scores. NextFlex is a way to engineer solutions to issues and put them on the market. The math SBAC scores from last year had more passing AP scores. Both de...

What’s New In French Society

Liam Kirk, Staff Writer

October 29, 2018

Liz Roselman, the advisor of French Society, wants to tell all students interested that they should join the club! The French Society will be discussing more of French culture, more specifically, Vincent Van Gogh. Students will learn about his life and will be creating a piece of art based on his ...

What’s new in the administration

Angie Gulizia, Editor in Chief

October 29, 2018

Assistant Principal of Discipline Sean Gardere held an earthquake drill during 7th period GLC on October 16. The administration has been focusing on making sure students are on time to their classes and present during instruction time. During a recent tardy sweep, they surveyed students to find out ...

What’s new in art

Jetti Stout, Staff Writer

October 29, 2018

Gunderson High School's art class is currently debating on The Greek Marbles, which Leslie Frausto, a sophomore student in art said were, "Works of art made by the Greeks and were stolen by the Turks and sold to the British." Frausto said their next project will be to make propaganda posters.

Homecoming is Coming!

Tatiana Martinez, Section Editor

October 29, 2018

Homecoming is coming! The Homecoming game will be on November second, and the dance will be on November third. The event will be for all students and grade levels of Gunderson. Leadership is still currently planning the event but is putting all of their effort and time into making posters and de...

What’s New in Senior Women

Amirah Jabr, Staff Writer

October 29, 2018

There are a few updates on the Senior Women club. The Senior Women club isn’t doing much right now since they had just finished the voter registration drive. Rebelo says “And so the girls decided that they’re going to help the link crew with their appreciation week.” The Love your Body week wil...

What’s new in Girls Tennis

Chinna Nguyen, Staff Writer

October 25, 2018

On October 16th, 2018 the Girls Tennis team had their group photos taken. The Tennis team are going to have their last tennis game at Mt. Pleasant on October 18th. Last week, they had their Senior Night game against Live Oak and got a winning score of 6 against 5 on the Gunderson campus....

Students wasting nutrition?

Chinna Nguyen, Staff Writer

October 25, 2018

What do you with the raisins that are being handed out to you every time you exit Grizzly Cafe? After countless times of handing them out, most students don’t even bother eating the raisins. Here are some thoughts about this topic. Freshman Isabella Thomas has been complaining that students have...

Bluetooth Issue

Amirah Jabr, Staff Writer

October 15, 2018

An issue that keeps coming up is the Bluetooth Issue.  The Bluetooth Issue is a problem where kids connect songs to a random speaker through bluetooth. Sophomore Christina Pyzh has experienced the speaker issue in her classes and says the songs played are inappropriate. Christina has seen that t...

False fire alarms

Liam Kirk, Staff Writer

October 15, 2018

Recently false fire alarms have been set off during school hours creating concern among students and teachers alike. Several issues have been brought up as to how this could affect students’ education and focus during classes and whether or not this becomes an issue that needs to be monitored. ...

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