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Band Class! Check it Out!

Gunderson High school's band performing the song Cantaloop at their last concert

Jetti Stout, Staff Writer

March 14, 2019

If you’re looking into other electives to try out or just for some more credits, there’s plenty to check out; but if you have a passion for music or want to get more into music, as in playing it, check out our band class that Gunderson has to offer. The band class takes place in room C-2 and i...

Graduate Eligible

Students are required to meet A-G requirements to graduate with a diploma

Marley Romero, Section Editor

January 23, 2019

Are you one of the few students in California who doesn’t finish their requirements to go to college? The Public Policy Institute of California says that 80% of people graduate with all of their A-G requirements done. That means a lot of students don’t get their high school diploma and could end up...

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...

Front gates getting locked causes problems along tardies and traffic

October 15, 2018

Gunderson staff has been locking the gate in front of Gunderson High School where students would usually drive in or get dropped off.  About three weeks ago, the gates out front were locked before school which resulted in students getting tardies and traffic. One of the problems was students being...

New students and new standards

Mekiah Glynn, Staff Writer

September 27, 2018

Math and science departments have new staff and new goals this year. The math department teachers are focusing on making math “interesting and engaging” for students. The science department is teaching new standards that are more “updated” and “accurate” for teaching students. “Since I...

Boys and girls water polo teams gear up for games

Marley Romero, Section Editor

September 27, 2018

More games are coming up for girls and boys Water Polo this year as Head Coach Caitlyn Gutierrez is training our Grizzly players to do their best. Come and support your friends and fellow students on October 25 right here at GHS on the pool deck, Girls play at 4 and Boys at 5. ...

Tardy sweeps might be changing

Mekiah Glynn, Staff Writer

September 27, 2018

Thursday, September 13 a tardy sweep was held, but instead of assigning Friday school, students were given a survey. Tardy Sweeps occur when teachers lock their doors and students who are late get sent to the attendance office. The tardy sweep was held after lunch. Students were locked out of ...

Swim unit on hold due to the racing pool’s low temperatures

GHS pool temperature halts swim unit.

Marley Romero, Section Editor

September 27, 2018

The swim unit for Gunderson’s PE classes is currently on hold because the temperature of the racing pool is too cold for students to swim in. The fate of the Swim Unit for PE classes depends on the racing pool being warm enough for students to swim. USA Swimming mandates the pool should be between...

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...

Gunderson’s Spirit

Gunderson Leadership students

Erin Wells, Staff Writer

January 29, 2018

“Leadership is the most spirited, but that’s because Corbin makes them … I dress up on spirit days because my coach makes us,” said Willow Boettner, a sophomore at Gunderson High School. Sienna Saucedo, a junior at Gunderson High, agrees: “I think people just forget or aren’t into it.” Many...

Gunderson Grizzlies Athletes

Gunderson Grizzlies Athletes

Erin Wells, Staff Writer

December 20, 2017

Being a student athlete can be challenging at times. The stress of having to going to practice, then getting home late, being tired, but still have homework to do can be exhausting. John Ruiz, a senior at Gunderson, has been boxing for 5 years. “Boxing was a way to stay in shape and also channel...

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