The Unseen Effects of Misusing “Retarded”

Below is a speech I wrote for my school’s anti-bullying assembly in seventh grade. It promotes awareness of the hate behind the word “retarded.”   Here’s a question that you probably know the answer to: […]

Winter Extravaganza Concert Coming Soon

The Triton Families are cordially invited to attend… The 5th Annual SCHS Winter Extravaganza Concert! Featuring SCHS ensembles: Choirs – Orchestras – Bands Conducted by: Mr. Jeremy Wiggins, Vocal Arts & Mr. Tony Soto, Instrumental […]

Food Review – LaRocco’s Pizza

Interested in having a delicious slice of an authentic East Coast pizza? If you haven’t been already, which would be shocking to this local food critic, then you have to make your way down to […]

Cheyenne is a senior at San Clemente High and is excited to be a part of the student newspaper, advised by her favorite teacher, Mr. Miller!

Homecoming 2013

For most high school students, homecoming is a chance to kick off the new school year. It’s fun for everyone, whether you’re a returning student or a freshman to experiencing your first high school dance. […]

Halt! The Principal is Coming!

PRINCIPAL’S OFFICE – these two daunting words can instill fear into the hearts of any student. Thankfully for me, our new principal Mr. Halt greeted me kindly and graciously when I stopped by his office […]

Halloween In and Around San Clemente

As the Halloween season comes to a close, I reflect on this wonderful holiday and all there is to do. Some people look forward to the candy, getting dressed up, or even seeking a good […]

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