By: Markov Zarate
Would you want a sibling here at school? Imagine someone who could be your best bud; Helping you out with homework or chores. They are always there if you're bored and ready to listen to you. Someone who is always home and even if you get in a fight, you always end up forgiving each other. Who does that sound like to you? Well, that’s what a sibling is. Siblings may sometimes be a pain in the butt, but they are not always like that. I mean they can be a jerk from time to time, but no matter what they always are there for you. In fact, we have quite a few siblings here at Samueli.
By: Cassidy Van Vooren
With the daunting and feared finals just around the corner, most students you ask aren't ready. They will tell you “There’s still plenty of time” and, “it’s nothing to worry about yet,” while also trying to hide the uncertainty and fear in their eyes. Many students are already stressing, but most are too afraid to ask for help in preparing for finals. Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. Here are some helpful tips on how to survive finals, and get a teacher on your side.
By: Kimberly Willis
He gets up and stretches, he puts on his suit and tie and leaves for school on his way to the school he stops and gets his large mocha with extra whip cream and caramel from Starbucks. When he gets to school he unlocks his classroom and writes instructions on the board and and re-arranges his desks into groups for the school day. By the time second period ends he is already tired of students not doing their work; he has given out so many tutoring slips that his hand hurts. The next five periods are not much better. The final howl sounds and he takes a deep breath, then he starts figuring out what he will teach to his students tomorrow. Finally, he can leave, but what happens next?
By Xiclalic Arroyo
Chromebook, X-Block, and learning outcomes are only a few of the many things that make our school different. “Unique and different is the next generation of beautiful,” says Taylor Swift, and that is what our school is.
By: Valerie Munoz
The clock is ticking slowly, you wandering off, staring at the ceiling. You try to force yourself to stop and stare at all the words, reading the same sentence over and over. You’re stuck like that, in a quiet classroom for 15, slow, terrible minutes.
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