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Shooting their way to the top

The Girls Varsity Basketball team currently has an 18-9 overall record and 7-3 league record. After all of their games so far, the Lady Rams ended up as the runner-ups of the Rio Hondo League. The Lady Rams’ most recent match against their self-proclaimed rivals, the La Cañada Spartans, who previously beat them 58-46 on […]

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On track for a new season

The track has seen some new additions, and this time, it’s not on the player bench. Coaches Ronald Rosas, Kevin Tat and Phillippe Ueng have joined the track team to instruct players in their technique. Each coach is responsible for a different event of track and field, with Coach Ueng as the jumping and pole […]

Construction of phase 1B of Measure S commenced following the Thanksgiving holiday break. The softball field, pool and previous portable location are progressing as scheduled. News

Construction affects students and sports

Last December, western areas of the campus were closed for construction, including the Emperor Avenue entrance, the portables and the pool. “We are aware of the increased traffic on Lemon,” Principal Dr. Jennifer Lashier said. “However, we need to account for student safety, and having students walk through these construction sites poses a threat to […]

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Students share New Year’s traditions

Many Asian cultures around the world will come together on Feb. 16 this year to celebrate Lunar New Year with family and food. This particular day is usually filled with vibrant colors from red and gold lanterns and parades with lion dancers, but varies from culture to culture. Chinese New Year For Chinese Buddhists, Lunar […]

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It’s not too late for a great date

With Valentine’s Day approaching on a Wednesday this year, finding time for a special date may seem out of question.  Amidst the homework, tests and quizzes, there just isn’t enough hours in the day.  Instead of blowing through your precious time on the night off, settle for celebrating on the weekend.  You’ll be able to […]


 
 
 

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Piece Of Mind: Thanking our Veterans

Posted  November 27, 2012  by  Bobbins Moose

here are a few holidays that never slip by my family: Christmas, New Year, Chinese New Year, Independence Day and Veterans Day. Now I know the last day might strike you as odd, I mean, who cares about honoring those who fight for the freedoms of our nation? Well, as the daughter of a Navy […]

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Express thanks in words

Posted  November 27, 2012  by  Bobbins Moose

s students, we feel the pressures of school every day. Amid this mess, we often overlook the moments we should be thankful for. This week, I endeavored to become more appreciative by writing a gratitude journal. The idea is simple, but a gratitude journal’s benefits go beyond what meets the eye. Once a day, just […]

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Drum majors lead marching band to success

Posted  November 16, 2012  by  Bobbins Moose

ith a flash of white gloves in the air, Junior Demi Gonzalez brandishes her silver baton in a flurry of twirls, letting it glide over and around her shoulders as the crowd watches her every move in anticipation. As the newly appointed head drum major, Gonzalez leads the band in parade competitions while her partner, […]

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News

News Briefs

Posted  November 16, 2012  by  Bobbins Moose

Superintendent Contract Extension Issue Temple City Board Members discussed Superintendent Dr. Chelsea Kang-Smith’s contract renewal on Nov. 14. TCHS graduate, Jennifer Der, spoke in support of Dr. Kang-Smith by describing a close personal connection with the superintendent. Temple City Education Association President and Oak Avenue Intermediate teacher Ms. Debra Maurey gave a short presentation as […]

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Cross Country climbs its way to C.I.F.

Posted  November 16, 2012  by  Bobbins Moose

ard work and talent landed the Boys Varsity Cross Country team a spot in the C.I.F. preliminary round on Nov. 1. At the C.I.F. preliminaries at Mount San Antonio College, three out of seven varsity boys ran faster than their previous Mount SAC invitational race time earlier in the season. Leading his team in the […]

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