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Veterans Day
In the cold weather, there's a repetition of the American flag as every cadet stands firmly along the sidewalk on MacArthur View as cars drive by. Every Veterans Day, JROTC pays their respects to all those who have served in the military. "This da (More)
A curious new play
Lauryn Hughes| staff writer Makeup on, costumes setup, Johnson theater is ready to put on their next play of the year, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime. This time, theater is introducing projections and new effects to bring the sto (More)
Academic Night
Hello Seahawks! Tonight,  Thursday, November 15, 2018, is the annual Academic Night. Pizza will be served from 5:30pm to 6:00pm. Also for all you Seahawks attending, you can get free dress as long as you bring a parent! Math, Science, and Social S (More)
Onward to Playoffs
On a cold and miserable Friday the matchup between the Churchill Chargers and the Roosevelt Rough Riders took place. This matchup decided who would go to playoffs and it was a game for the ages. It was a close game throughout, but towards the end was (More)
JROTC drill teams compete at Kennedy Drill Meet, JV team places 2nd and 3rd
By Hailey Massey | Assistant Editor | The Rough Rider battalion’s own Unarmed Drill team; the Riderettes, and Armed team; the San Juan Guard, participated in the Kennedy High School Drill meet on Saturday Oct. 27, as a way to gain experience for h (More)
Who is running for President?
Emilie Villegas In only two more years, our country is going to have an election. In 2020, we will be having an election for our next new President of the United States. The event is scheduled for Tuesday, November 3, 2020. In the process Donald T (More)
Striking Out the Competition
Walking away from their first match with a win against Madison on Monday, November 4, the five person girl’s bowling team is excited about the start of their season and the opportunity to grow closer to each other.  “It’s a lot of work, but it’s w (More)
On the Hunt for a Healthy Lifestyle
To promote physical, social, and mental wellness among teachers, custodians, and cafeteria workers, the Wellness Committee created a digital scavenger hunt around the school that began on Oct. 29, and will end on Dec. 21.     “The goal here is no (More)
Honoring Our Veterans
Nimitz Middle School students honored our military veterans on Monday, November 12. The Junior Cadets showed their appreciation by waving flags and thanking them for their service to our country. A reception was held in the library where they enjoy a (More)
Students get chance to vote in first election
By Liliana Lopez | Staff Writer | Tuesday, Nov. 6 was Election Day, a chance for residents of the country to have their voices heard in the government. For 18 year old students, it was a chance to engage in this tradition of democracy. “My first (More)
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