Musicians face Regional auditions with courage and commitment

Antoni Soledad, Reporter

February 22, 2016

Filed under Campus Life

About 40 McClintock student musicians traveled to Sierra Linda High School to participate in the annual Regionals auditions on Jan. 22nd and 23rd. Regionals is a competition where musicians prove their worth to a judge for...

‘Fly Me To the Moon’ and let me play among the stars

Chantal Price, Reporter

February 22, 2016

Filed under A&E, Campus Life

Coronation will be held on Sat, Feb. 20 and will be located in the gym.  The dance will start at 8PM. The ticket prices for singles is $15, for couples it is $25, and if you buy it at the door it is 20$ per person. “The...

Deca students advance in competitions

Maria Granados, Reporter

February 22, 2016

Filed under Campus Life

Every year, students in DECA have opportunities to go head to head against other schools during their competitions. These competitions allow students to demonstrate their knowledge in front of several judges, which often leads...

Creative writing course offered for class of 2017 and class of 2018

Leann Natividad, Reporter

February 22, 2016

Filed under Campus Life

Librarian Rebecca Love will be teaching a dual enrollment  Creative Writing class starting next school year, 2016-2017 if enough students register for it. Creative Writing will be a senior English class or an elective class...

Chess club has a ‘building year’

Shannon Trotter, Reporter

February 22, 2016

Filed under Campus Life

While Chess Club  did not make state this year, the 6-8 students that participated had a great time. “Chess Club has been one of the most rewarding experiences this year,” sophomore Rowen Theilmann said. “Chess is...

Technology: Helping or Hindering Schools?

Wyatt Calandro, Blogs Editor

February 22, 2016

Filed under Campus Life, Opinion

The widespread use of technology in schools has become mainstream within the last few years. The first thing I recall about the shift is a mobile computer cart filled with MacBooks at my middle school. Now, my brother tells me...

Seniors seek scholarships on path to successful future

Amber Perry, Campus Life Editor

February 22, 2016

Filed under Campus Life

Going to college, especially an Ivy League college, is every parent’s dream for their child, so students can make their family proud by being extraordinary, making a difference, and making history. Earning scholarships and...

New AP history class offered

Garrett Allen, Copy Editor

February 19, 2016

Filed under Campus Life

AP European History is a new class that will be offered next year if enough students register for it. “We figured that if we could get two classes of kids to sign up for AP Psych, another course that provides just an elective...

Hosa pie in the face contest

Evan Airman, Reporter

February 19, 2016

Filed under Campus Life

In January, HOSA held a “Pie in the Face”  contest to raise money for Leukemia research.  Several teachers volunteered to participate, and students voted by depositing change for a particular teacher.  Orchestra teacher...

Band and Orchestra welcomed by ABODA festival

Leann Natividad, Reporter

February 18, 2016

Filed under Campus Life, News

J.V band, Symphonic band, Chamber orchestra, and Symphony orchestra will be heading to Coconino High School in Flagstaff On Fri., Feb. 26 for the ABODA Area Concert Festival. “I feel nervous and excited for the festival in...

Nominees speak on behalf of nomination

Dina Acamacho, Reporter

February 17, 2016

Filed under Campus Life

Freshman Boys Jacob Torregrossa “I was surprised when I was nominated, I’m really exited and hope to win.” Jacob Jorgensen “I feel happy and exited because not everyone gets this opportunity.” Rook Wood “It’s a...

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