Dom

My name is Dominick but I also go by Dom, I'm a sophomore and I joined journalism because I enjoy keeping people updated with current events and having the opportunity to voice my opinion. I like dogs.

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Still two chances to get attendance hours

Still two chances to get attendance hours

| January 30, 2018

By Dominick Jayassi | Photo by Vasnic64 on Foter.com / CC BY | With the recent ending of the first semester there are students who haven’t received credit due to absences. Therefore teachers have given the option of Saturday school, an opportunity to receive hours, gaining credit for the classes you passed. For the first time students will have the opportunity to […]

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Speech and debate off to running start

Speech and debate off to running start

| October 18, 2017

By Dominick Jayassi | Not even one month into the school year, two people in debate are qualifying for state, Matthew Mandell and Claire Tolsma. “It usually takes a long time to qualify, winning really helps boost my confidence, it really shows that I’m getting somewhat better,” Mandell said. Mandell and Tolsma keep at the […]

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Robotics qualifies for World competition

Robotics qualifies for World competition

| April 7, 2017

By Dominick Jayassi | Roosevelt’s small team of only six people overcame adversity to earn second place in the FIRST FRC robotics competition last weekend and have now qualified to go to the World Competition on April 19-22 in Houston. “I don’t think anybody really expects it when something big like this happens, you sorta think you would […]

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Two students qualify for state at VASE

Two students qualify for state at VASE

| February 17, 2017

By Dominick Jayassi | Art students competed at the regional Visual Art Scholastic Event on Feb. 11. Their hard work was recognized with 67 regional medals. In addition, two students, junior Daira Macias Navarro, and sophomore Lacie Parries, had their artworks advanced to state. “I just painted an abstract kind of work that resembled the […]

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