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Moving to Russia

Makenna Rodriguez, Staff Writer

December 12, 2018


Filed under Student Life

It all started with a trip to the counselors office in order to discuss her now senior year. Her mom and her have been talking about going to Russia for a long time so this was a really big step in order to do that. They discussed it with Miss Severtson first to come to disconcerting that it would be ...

Teacher starts “LagunAmazing”

Fredrick Ribleza, Staff Writer

December 12, 2018


Filed under Student Life

Back in February 2018, a new program was introduced to Laguna Creek to help students get digital reminders and to give attention to students and staff who have done something amazing at the school. The program is called LagunAMAZING, and it is designed to remind students about school events and sports g...

OCS gets a makeover

Abigail Uayan

December 5, 2018


Filed under News, Student Life

Out with the old, in with the new, Laguna Creek High school is bringing a new program to their campus called Cardinal Support.   CSC focuses on getting the core on why and how students receive punishments, and throughout this process students will receive support and advice from counselors,...

Laguna makes a pizza switch

Audel Hermosillo, Staff Writer

December 5, 2018


Filed under Student Life

If you have ever eaten the school cafeteria pizza, you have probably noticed there has been a change. Last year’s version has been replaced by Papa Murphy’s. The head of the school cafeteria, Tanya Raines, says the change was made because “the pizza that we served last year was a frozen ...

A successful Club Rush: over 40 clubs and 500 kids participate

Pardeep Bindra, Staff Writer

November 15, 2018


Filed under Student Life

The quad filled quickly on a Wednesday in September as students went from table to table to learn more about clubs on campus. Club Rush is an annual gathering of all of the possible extracurricular clubs students can join. Around 42 clubs were on display during the rush, according to the Laguna Creek High...

Unable to teach real life skills

Jacqueline Herrara, Staff Writer

November 15, 2018


Filed under Student Life

This 2018 school year, the ATP (Adult Transitional Program) stumbled upon a problem. Transportation. The ATP has been waiting on their transportation vans to be approved since July, and has since not been able to leave the LCHS campus often. The ATP thrives on going out into the community a...