Upcoming field trips for 8th and 7th graders

Carmen Ponce and Xochitl Pineda

December 16, 2014

On February 2014, 8th graders will be attending a field trip to a production of , “The Outsiders”. Teresa Argueta ,the teacher in charge of planning the trip, said, “I am done planning for the trip and we just need the children...

New math standards given to students

Jose Torres and Jose Contreras

December 9, 2014

Standards have challenged most students in math but states have adopted Common Core. There has been some changes such as Carnegie Learning. Anita Tovmasyan, a math teacher at Animo Jefferson Charter Middle School, says that it is m...

Field trip to UC Irvine

Maggie Carmona and Kevin Rios

December 9, 2014

Elizabeth Borum prepared a field trip for the 7th graders to UC Irvine for they could see other universities outside Los Angeles. “When preparing for a field trip, we have to start months in advance,” Borum said. To prepare for this fie...

New earth like planet Kelper 186f found

Cesar Ruiz and Alexis Rodriguez

June 5, 2014

Many people now have wondered if there are other earth like planets. Astronomers have found a new earth like planet deep in space. The new plant found is called Kelper 186f. This planet has many possibilities for maintaining...

Teachers in a successful music business

Gerardo Gonzalez, Staff Writer

May 29, 2014

Teachers from the neighborhood have created a website called http://www.musicnotesonline.com/ to make music videos to teach math to students. The website has  grade levels from Kindergarten to 9th. Jimmy Pascascio directs t...

Standing up Against Slavery

Ayla Martinez, Features Editor

May 29, 2014

  After many, many centuries of slavery, slavery is still common today in places like Africa, India, Japan even here in California! A prevailing form of slavery is human sex trafficking. Men, women and even young girls and boys usua...