What happened at the Museum of Tolerance?

Lisbeth Flores and Brian Robles

May 26, 2018

Filed under Community, Student Life

On Thursday May 16th, Honor Roll class ethnic studies went to the Museum of Tolerance. The Museum is made to remind us to act and to stop genocide of any groups in the future.   In my experience there, we learned about a s...

Animal testing: right or wrong?

Roselyn Chavez and Melanie Heredia

May 26, 2018

Filed under Community

Animal testing is a controversial act that many companies do. The name is pretty self-explanatory: companies test their products on live animals which causes them pain, distress, suffering, and further on. Makeup brands are m...

Culmination Expectations

Esmeralda Eguizabal, Jade Ramirez, and Blanca Ibarra

May 21, 2018

Filed under 8th Grade Culmination!, Academics, Community, Showcase, Student Life

Eighth graders are about to culminate and are moving towards high school. For parents, culmination is important because they are proud of their sons and daughters for their accomplishments.  The eighth grade culmination...

The Syria Bombing

The Syria Bombing

May 11, 2018

Should teachers be armed?

Brian Matias and Osvaldo Delgado

April 9, 2018

Filed under Community, School Administration

Should teachers be armed? After the most recent shooting in Parkland, Florida people have been arguing about whether or not teachers should be  armed. Democrats and Republicans in the government have had different opinions on this topic. At AJCMS, students and staff ...

Should Teachers have Guns?

Deseree Roque and Melanie Heredia

March 22, 2018

Filed under Community, School Administration

    On February 2018, Donald Trump announced he was thinking about allowing teachers to have guns at school because of the Florida school shooting. We all know that what happened at Florida was something shocking and terrible...