PRACTICING POETS A Social Justice Pathway English 10-A class works on a poetry assignment. The students choose a […]
California has long prided itself in being a progressive, environmentally-friendly state, but this status may slowly be slipping. […]
Field trips: Camping Trip to Little Basin (sophomores and juniors) SJP Speaker Series: Dr. Marilyn Winkleby- Professor […]
Ariana Grande has capitalized on the hype of her upcoming tour, Sweetener, and partnered with HeadCount, an organization […]
After World War II, nations faced the problem of rebuilding all that was lost during the war. The […]
With the new year in full swing, many of us have gone back to our everyday lives. However, as of Jan 1, 2017, a multitude of new state laws came into effect. Some laws voted on in November’s election have not yet taken effect, such as the legalization of marijuana, but will be implemented in the coming months or years. The following list contains summaries of several new state laws.
By Michaela Fogarty Police are investigating a series of anti-semitic symbols and phrases found on and around the […]