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A Day of Plays

A Day of Plays

December 20, 2016

In only one day, playwrights, directors, stage managers, tech crew, and actors produced five one act pl...

Spotlight on Neon Dance Shenanigans

Spotlight on Neon Dance Shenanigans

September 24, 2016

Amidst the strobe lights and colorful decorations, the Neon Dance was anything but bright for some of th...

Black Student Union is Back

Tessa Hughes and Polly Parakul

September 24, 2016

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On August 29 through 31, students gathered around the OLE area to check out clubs, new and old, that the campus has to offer. Out of the old clubs, some returning are Casapella, Key Club, Interact, Drama Club, Art Club, and Debate Club. Along with those veteran clubs, a few new offerings are Computer Science Club, Uplift, Korean Cu...

Forni Forever: School Dedicates New Field to Recently Departed Teacher

Forni Forever: School Dedicates New Field to Recently Departed Teacher

September 24, 2016

The first retired number at our school was for the legend James Forni. Vincero means “I win” and that is a motto the school proudly represents. Hundreds gathered to honor Forni and remember the man who was a friend to everyone.

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New Vice Principal: A Multi-talented Man

New Vice Principal: A Multi-talented Man

September 24, 2016

He’s a professional trombonist, playing with the Black Eyed Peas among an impressive list of acts. He ...

Motivational Speaker Kevin Laue Visits School

Motivational Speaker Kevin Laue Visits School

September 24, 2016

Two weeks ago, on September 16, motivational speaker Kevin Laue spoke to the student body.  He was f...

New Year, More Problems?: Scheduling Conflicts Arise

Skyler Genelly and Patrick Mantoani

September 24, 2016

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Every school year brings a plethora of scheduling conflicts and issues as the numbers of students attending fluctuates. The administration tries their best to estimate the amount of students returning each year so as to offer the right amount of sections and diminish the sum of complications inflicted upon student schedules. This ye...

Makerspace Comes to Life

Matt Cotter

May 31, 2016

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When the new 3D printers and carver arrived this year in David Meirik’s classroom and are the subject of some speculation among students and staff. What are the machines being used for? As far as many people knew, there hadn’t been much planned for the machines… until now. There is a plan in the works to use the new 3D ...

Prom: Go B16 or Go Home

Prom: Go B16 or Go Home

May 31, 2016

For some, it is the quintessential high school event, the epitome of adolescence, the best night of a stu...

Project S.E.R.V.E.

Project S.E.R.V.E.

May 31, 2016

Every year the graduating class must complete a senior project in order to receive their diploma. Senio...

Where There’s a Will, There’s a Way

Sean Lopez

May 31, 2016

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James Forni was not only a teacher, but a coach, a Star Wars enthusiast, and a friend of many people. A group of students found ways to commemorate his achievements through Project SERVE. Seniors Matt Cotter and Anthony Newman have put together a short documentary film in recognition of his achievements, and seniors Kaleo Garrigan, N...

Legends Leave: Two Veteran Teachers Retiring This Year

Omar Khan and Kaylee Meier

May 31, 2016

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As the school loses the senior class of 2016, they are also losing two veteran teachers who have given an incredible amount of time and care for their students: Donald Billing and Mavis Weir are retiring this year, and they deserve recognition to honor their many years of service at our school. Having taught over thirty years, ...

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