MUNSA-funsa

Edder Martinez, Staff Reporter   M.U.N.S.A has established itself as a long running tradition at ISA. Being held in early January every year. But, this year it’s going through Jan. seventh to eighth. M.U.N.S.A has recently wrapped up its 27th installment, and M.U.N.S.A XXVII Empower was significant due to being the first conference held at trinity since 2020.   Trinity […]

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Wild Behavior: California’s Wild Fire Season Proves Unpredictable

California’s recent fumigating fire seasons have stretched unsettlingly far into the year, with devastating flames sprouting in November and December. But this year, thankfully, the chance of fire has decreased.    Rainfall in the colder months of California has already halted some of the fires. Meteorology Experts expect a major storm headed to southern California. They hope that the rain […]

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Truss Turmoil

Edder Martinez, Staff Reporter   After former UK Prime Minister Borris Johnson resigned from his role Prime Minister Liz Truss was elected by the conservative party to serve as head of the government. Truss’ term was short-lived with her prime ministership being the shortest in the country’s history   Her term began on Sep. 6th and ended only after 44 […]

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News from NASA

Chris Loustaunau, Editor-in-Chief   NASA launched the DART spacecraft on September 26 2020 which successfully impacted the asteroid Dimorphous on October 4th. NASA’s plan was to redirect an asteroid far in space.    NASA’s attempt to alter the orbit of the asteroid will see me for the first time in history, NASA will crash a spacecraft into the asteroid on […]

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Under the Sea, In the PAC

Jennifer Hernandez & Noemi Ramirez, Staff Reporters   A minute long clip of the live action Little Mermaid movie was released Friday, September 9, and It has now become a trend on many social media platforms to get your childrens’ reaction to the Walt Disney teaser.   The production has many young men and women in the african-american community caught […]

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16 de Septiembre

Edder Martinez, Staff Reporter   The Fifteenth of September marks the beginning of hispanic heritage month and the day after, the sixteenth of September marks Mexican Independence Day. ISA Spanish Honor Society celebrated this occasion by performing music and dances for ISA students.    Thursday The Spanish Honors Society hosted its first dieciséis de septiembre event in two years during […]

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Where Did All the Trash Cans Go?

Ashley Patterson, Staff Reporter   LEE High School since the start of the 2022-2023 school year has moved all cafeteria trash cans outside during lunch periods. After lunch, students are prompted to throw their trash outside in appropriate receptacles. This may be convenient to students dining outside, but it leaves students inside and janitors with multiple problems.     “It would […]

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National Teacher Shortage Hits Home

Edder Martinez, Staffer   Teacher, and staff shortage have become commonplace ever since the Covid 19 pandemic; Even as the pandemic dies down staff shortages have not. With the 2022-23 school year beginning, several schools are still reporting vacant teaching positions.   This has led to larger than usual classroom sizes, overworked, overtired tired staff, and the school having to […]

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Counselors Maintain Positivity Amid Stressful Start to School Year

Ashley Patterson, Staff Reporter   Everybody knows how stressful the start of school can be, but nobody knows it like the counselors. LEE High School’s counselors are frantically trying to appease worried students as they’re flooded with scheduling mistakes, course requests, and college application questions. These dedicated staff members and their hard work are being overshadowed by the rush and […]

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Football Season Kicks Off Amid Downpour

Sebastian Bingaman, Staff Reporter The LEE Volunteers varsity football team kicked off their season on Saturday, August 28th at 7:00 p.m. against the Holmes Huskies at Comalander Stadium after a brief delay due to weather.  This year the Volunteers are looking to improve their record, coming off of a 1-11 season in 2020.  The season opens with two non-district games, […]

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