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February 27, 2017

“My Fair Lady” and its fair budget

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Bobbins Moose
Bobbins Moose is the mascot of Rampage. He represents all alumni that have come and gone through Rampage program here at Temple City High School.




 
 

 
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Student to computer ratio

As of this moment, the school is looking to buy more computers in hopes of bringing the student to computer ratio closer to one to one. To raise funds this year, Principal Dr. Jennifer Lashier has created a plan where the schoo...
by Timothy Trac
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Late start bill in motion

California Senator Anthony Portantino (D- La Cañada Flintridge) proposed Senate Bill 328 which is designed to benefit middle and high school students. The bill states that by July 1, 2020 schools will have to start the day no ...
by Alison Chen
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Setting the Seminar credits straight

Last year the school established a Seminar class designed to help incoming freshmen to set long-term goals for their future, and discover what direction they wanted to move toward for their careers and post-high school plans. I...
by Sarah Chavez
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Temple City residents protested the Mercy Housing project at the May 16th city council meeting.

Mercy Housing leaves Rosemead Boulevard

Mercy Housing California has withdrawn from their proposed low-income housing project on Rosemead Boulevard as of June 19, 2017. The purpose of the project was to provide permanent housing for veterans and homeless individuals ...
by Zoe Hsu
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Mercy Housing creates discussion

As Temple City residents filled the May 16 City Council meeting, the room buzzed with questions about the nonprofit Mercy Housing’s plan to turn the Golden Motel on Rosemead Boulevard into housing for formerly homeless vetera...
by Kaiya Pomeroy-Tso
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