The Gaucho Gazette

Cloud’s Big Win

Sean Donlan, Reporter

January 10, 2019

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The midterm elections last month represented a massive effort from millions of people to have their voices be heard with one of the highest midterm election turnouts in history. This giant boost in numbers didn’t just affect the Senate and House, however, as here in Petaluma many seats were up for grabs as well. Three...

A Bittersweet Thirty Years

A Bittersweet Thirty Years

January 9, 2019

Luis Alves, the night custodian for thirty-four years, is now retiring. Also working these past fo...

Hazard to our Health

Lauren Doran and Grace Yarrow

January 9, 2019

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On Nov. 8, 2018, the Camp Fire in Butte County, Ca. began wreaking havoc upon Northern California communities. It spread quickly due to low humidity and intense winds, and defeated the Sonoma County Tubbs Fire of October 2017 as the most destructive fire in California history. For many, the Camp Fire brought back harsh memorie...

Holiday Fair

Holiday Fair

December 30, 2018

This year’s holiday fair featured fourteen clubs and classes. The Leadership class sold food — seni...

Mary Gardner: Our Nominee for Teacher of the Year

Mary Gardner: Our Nominee for Teacher of the Year

December 17, 2018

Every year, the California League of Schools selects one exceptional educator statewide to be recogn...

Program Fusion

December 10, 2018

In 1984, students formed the group United Anglers of Casa Grande High School (UACG), whose headquarte...

Strength In Numbers

December 5, 2018

Casa Grande High School is one of a few schools within the Petaluma School District and is the largest out...

New Teacher on Campus

New Teacher on Campus

December 2, 2018

By the end first grading period, most students have settled into all of their classes, grew familiar wit...

Saving Local Firefighters

Saving Local Firefighters

December 1, 2018

After the deadly October wildfires over a year ago, people all over the area have made an effort to prevent another disaster. With recent low hu...

Juliana v. the United States: Do Youth Have a Right to Their Future?

Juliana v. the United States: Do Youth Have a Right to Their Future?

November 30, 2018

On Monday, Oct. 29, 21 youth and the thousands supporting them lined up outside of the federal courthouse to speak, sing, protest, and stand together.

Wildlife Animal Showcase

Wildlife Animal Showcase

November 29, 2018

On Nov. 14, Wildlife handler Bonni Cromwell visited the environmental classes in the campus library. She brought along with her various species of animals to show off and teach students.

New Academic Decathalon Teacher, Same Success?

New Academic Decathalon Teacher, Same Success?

November 29, 2018

The Casa Grande Academic Decathlon team has a new advisor.

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