November 2020 Issue

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What Joe Biden Hopes to Accomplish in Office (Pt.2)
What Joe Biden Hopes to Accomplish in Office (Pt.2)
Andrea Benito Chino, Staff Writer • November 24, 2020

Here we go with Part 2 of what Biden would like to accomplish in office! This will be the end of this mini-series, but if you would like more info on each topic, then I would definitely recommend checking out Biden’s website, at https://joebiden.com/joes-vision/ People with disabilities. Biden believes that people with disabilities should be...

What Joe Biden Hopes to Accomplish in Office (Pt.1)
What Joe Biden Hopes to Accomplish in Office (Pt.1)
Andrea Benito Chino, Staff Writer • November 21, 2020

On Saturday, November 8th, after 5 long, restless days of political tension, Joe Biden was elected as the 46th president of the United States of America. People all over the country proudly jumped with joy and celebrated, while others didn’t exactly have the same reaction. Nevertheless, regardless of whether you support him or not, here is everything...

High School Consolidation-- What Does the Community Think?
High School Consolidation-- What Does the Community Think?
Amira Beck, Staff Writer • November 17, 2020

On November 18th, it will be decided if Analy and El Molino High Schools are to be consolidated onto one campus. As outlined in the previous two board meetings concerning consolidation, the board will have to cut many programs and school activities, including sports and CTE education, if the high school campuses remain separate. Irrespective of the...

High School Consolidation-- What You Need to Know (UPDATE!)
High School Consolidation-- What You Need to Know (UPDATE!)
Amira Beck, Staff Writer • November 9, 2020

The second board meeting took place on November 4th. This meeting was concerned with budget realities, possible scenarios, and the next steps for our district. It began at 6:10 pm with a slide show given by Superintendent Toni Beal on possible scenarios given our budget realities. At 7:00, a 2 hour and 45-minute public comment session began. Afterward,...

High School Consolidation-- What You Need to Know
High School Consolidation-- What You Need to Know
Amira Beck, Staff Writer • November 5, 2020

On Wednesday, October 28th, there was a board meeting that allowed the public to share their opinion about the idea of consolidating El Molino, Analy, and Laguna into one campus. Toni Beal, our district superintendent, started the meeting with the key question being addressed, "should the board consolidate schools, and what would be the timeline for...

PANS: A Rare Brain Illness
PANS: A Rare Brain Illness
Cassidy Avila, Staff Writer • November 21, 2020

https://youtu.be/8c-W_LBPQhs PANS is a rare brain illness that many people aren’t aware of. It stands for Pediatric Acute-onset Neuropsychiatric Syndrome. It can be caused by other illnesses such as Lyme disease, mycoplasma, or walking pneumonia. The subset of PANS is PANDAS, which is the same illness but caused by strep throat. PANS can have many...

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November Advice Column
Gwen Gordon, Staff Writer • November 20, 2020

  Dear Gwendolyn,  I have a friend who doesn’t follow covid-19 health regulations when we are together, it’s starting to make me uncomfortable. How do I let them know this without offending them?   Dear anonymous,  This is a great question! I know many people are dealing with a similar situation right now, myself included. It can be really hard during these crazy times...

Advice Column Submission

Hiya,
I’m Gwendolyn and I’m starting an advice column! Are you in need of some advice? Maybe you're too embarrassed to ask a question to a friend or family member? Or maybe you have no one to ask or are just wanting an outsider's perspective. Well, I’m here to help! Completely anonymously leave me a question you need advice on for any situation and I’ll do my best to help! From romance to school to family, anything you can think of. Here's the link to the Advice Column Google Form.


Sincerely, Gwendolyn

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