The student news site of Casa Grande High School

The Gaucho Gazette

An Unbreakable Bond: Pills and Cottle

An Unbreakable Bond: Pills and Cottle

Annie Gallo and Sonia Goetschius

Their names are so well-recognized in the Petaluma community that they hardly need introduction, but few know the long history between chemistry teacher Grace Cottle and physics, calculus, and Academic...

February 27, 2017No Comments

The Art of Observation: Student Photographers

The Art of Observation: Student Photographers

Tessa Hughes

In the day and age of smartphones — phones that can do everything: take pictures, go on the internet, insta-stalk people — it seems that every detail of real life can now be either documented or ruined...

February 27, 2017No Comments

Art Therapy

Art Therapy

Some people say laughter is the best form of medicine; however, for many, healing comes through another medium: art. From painting to writing, dancing to composing, students have found art to be the best w...

September 24, 2016No Comments

View All »

Swimming Through the Semester

Swimming Through the Semester

Nellely Azpeitia and Emma Pearce

After a long rainy season, the skies have started to clear, heralding the season of swimming. Although there is no pool on campus, Gaucho swimmers will not be stopped. The first official meet began on Ma...

April 1, 2017No Comments

Badminton Teams Welcome New Coach

As Casa Grande’s co-ed badminton team prepares for a new season, they welcome a new coach to the roster. Vance Truong, a marine veteran from San Diego, will be stepping in as the head coach of the badminton team. Last school year, he lived in the East Bay and coached at a high school in Piedmont. His wife is in the Marines, and after relocating to Sonoma County this year, he’s taking on a team r...

February 27, 2017No Comments

Track Team’s Field Finally Completes Construction

Track Team’s Field Finally Completes Construction

Gabi Cervantes and Jessica Tang

No longer will the track and field team have to run laps on the old, uneven sidewalks in the neighborhood; after numerous complications, the greatly anticipated track has finally finished construction and ...

February 27, 2017No Comments

View All »

  • test
  • test
  • test

Mac vs.PC: The Best Computer For You

Patrick Mantoani and Jessica Tang

Macs vs. PCs: the immortal problem of which is better has long been debated by the people. It’s difficult to say which is objectively better; the performances of the two...

April 1, 2017

Hiking Trail: Helen Putnam

Hiking Trail: Helen Putnam

Ella Ban

What's the criteria for a good date? Does it have to be active or stimulating? Creative, amusing, or thought-provoking? The classic dinner and movie combo may alleviate s...

April 1, 2017

Simmer

Simmer

Sonia Goetschius and Katie Marr

Nestled in the corner of the plaza on North McDowell Boulevard, Simmer is a small but thriving Vietnamese restaurant. The family-owned-and-operated establishment centers its menu ...

April 1, 2017

Beauty and the Beast

Beauty and the Beast

Tia Bentivegna

On Friday, March 17, a 1991 Disney classic was remade in live action form. Starring Emma Watson as Belle and Dan Stevens as the Beast, the timeless tale of “Beauty and ...

April 1, 2017

View All »

Rebecca Perry, 10

Rebecca Perry, 10

I really enjoy doing art, it gives me a sense of relaxation. If I need something to help me relax, I can go and draw a flower or something that would ease my mind. It’s...

April 1, 2017No Comments

View All »

The student news site of Casa Grande High School
The student news site of Casa Grande High School