Barkdoll leads Chargers in Timeless Traditions

Asia Jones, News Editor

December 3, 2014

Ivan Barkdoll, a math teacher, has several interesting traditions he has been doing with his classes for many years. Barkdoll has been working at McClintock for many years, and his traditions have become a part of McClintock’s...

Key Club gives back to the community

Hannah Lizarraga, A&E Editor

November 7, 2014

Key Club is a service program for high school students that allows them to become more involved with the community. McClintock’s Key Club is a student-led program that teaches students to be leaders through service for others. Key...

Science students take on California

Maria Granados, Reporter

October 24, 2014

Science teacher Kathy White will be taking a select group of students on a weekend-long trip to California, starting on Fri., Oct. 24 and ending Sun., Oct. 26. The group is comprised of 50 juniors and seniors in various different...

Gorman Participates in Three Programs over Summer

Hayley Gorman & Cameron McDonley, Editor-in-Chief & Reporter

October 1, 2014

Senior Hayley Gorman spent her summer at three different educational programs; Arizona Girls State, the Summer Journalism Institute at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism, and Economics For Leaders. “It was pretty amazing,...

Sister Cities Sends Students Abroad

Maria Granados and Marcela Reyna, Reporters

October 1, 2014

Maribeth Sublette Where did you go and how did you benefit from it? “I went to a state called Skopje, Macedonia,” English teacher Maribeth Sublette said. “I benefited from experiencing a different culture and I benefited f...

Pratt Learns Leadership over Summer

Alice Pratt and Arianna Victor, Copy Editor & Reporter

October 1, 2014

Senior Alice Pratt had a busy summer.  Pratt was selected for and attended two different leadership programs: Economics for Leaders (EFL) and the National Student Leadership Conference (NSLC) on Theater. The economics program,...

Get ahead with dual enrollment through Rio Salado College

Maria Granados, Reporter

August 29, 2014

Dual enrollment is an opportunity for high school students to take classes and earn college level credit for them. There are a large variety of classes that are available. There are several ways to know if you as a student...

City of Tempe offers free transit bus pass to students

Kassandra Perez, A&E Editor

August 18, 2014

The City of Tempe is offering McClintock High School students, who are residents of Tempe, a free transit bus pass. This pass will allow students to ride the bus without any charge. Students wanting to receive this pass will need...

Restaurants’ perception of students

Hannah Lizarraga, Reporter

August 14, 2014

Students of McClintock have racked up a bad reputation with the neighboring restaurants they tend to visit during lunch and especially after school. Last year there were several incidences that involved students from McClintock...

Yearbook students improve their skills

Alice Pratt

August 13, 2014

McClintock students Taryn Ka'ahanui, Daija Doral, Traise Wilkinson, and KiAnna Colter attended a yearbook camp this summer from July 29-31. Students who attended the camp took several workshops, including some in design, Photoshop,...

August activities to keep an eye out for

Connor Boyles, Reporter

August 7, 2014

Since the first day of school on Mon., Aug. 4, McClintock's pleothera of various clubs and organizations have been getting underway. Now they're getting ready to start their assorted events. Here are a few to keep in mind for...

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