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New Grading Policy…Does it help all students? Pro/Con

April Sayaan and Lesly Hernandez May 24, 2022

PRO: Imagine having a bad year with grades and falling behind to a 0% and it’s hard to recover from that. The new grading policy helps you come back from a 50% rather than a 0%. The new grading...

Noise Cancelling Headphones

Jaden Reyna, Staff Writer May 24, 2022

School can be a very overwhelming place. There are a lot of activities going on, as well as a lot of loud sounds and it can become very distracting when students are trying to do their work. This is where...

Decreased Enrollment

Decreased Enrollment

Zoe Harms, Editor May 24, 2022

Because of a decrease in enrollment, some significant changes will affect the upcoming school year. There have been discussions about cutting courses and possibly transferring some teachers.  “Declining...

Senior Goodbye

Senior Goodbye

Marley Romero, Section Editor May 24, 2022

Senior year is coming to an end and now is when seniors usually reminisce on the last four years.  Some remember the rallies or the football games while others remember where they used to sit at lunch...

Gunderson’s Athletic Awards

Jaden Reyna, Staff Writer April 7, 2022

Being an athlete at Gunderson can be equally challenging and rewarding. Having to go to practice every weekday after school then rushing home to get your homework and responsibilities done can be a lot. Recently,...

Following your heart or your head

Marley Romero, Section Editor April 7, 2022

As I approach my final months of high school, like most, I’m starting to figure out what I want to do with my future. Some people want to become doctors. Others want to become teachers or artists. But...

Mask mandate is lifting march 14

Alexa Ramos and Celeste Casella April 7, 2022

Since in-person school started back up in the fall of 2021, students have been required to wear their masks during school hours. Wearing the masks full time at school helps prevent a more significant spread...

Teen takeover in the workforce

Nic Gulizia, Sports Section Editor April 7, 2022

As summer approaches, many high school students seek new job opportunities to make some extra money. For some, a job could provide extra spending money for new shoes, clothes, or snacks. But, for others,...

Cut, Clip, Snip… Salazar Gives Cuts

Cut, Clip, Snip… Salazar Gives Cuts

Lesly Hernandez, Staff Writer April 7, 2022

“Watching how to cut hair on Youtube every single day,” is how freshman Jonathan Salazar started his small barber business. Salazar wanted to start his own business because cutting hair was one...

Role call: High school shows get graded

Celeste Casella, Editor-in-Chief April 7, 2022

The American high school experience is portrayed all over television. How accurate are these portrayals? Not very. The real question is, Which American high school portrayal is most entertaining: Euphoria,...

New Year, New Season

Zoe Harms, Editor April 7, 2022

The Varsity softball team hasn’t had too much luck these past few years but now things are looking up. On March 14th the team won their first game in three years, meaning for everyone except for the...

Mental health in student athletes

Jaden Reyna, Staff Writer April 7, 2022

Being a student-athlete is no simple task. They have to juggle school, sports, sometimes even work, and still have enough time for themselves and their families. It can be exhausting and have a huge effect...

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