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May 27, 2019

benadryl price By: Alison Silva Typing…click…sent…! Don’t you get tired of texting or scrolling through social media? Social media has become so common and popular within a range of ages. Nowadays, teens opt to spend “an average of nine hours a day online,” according to Common Sense Media. Today, if you were to ask a teen what […]

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Knowledgeable

May 27, 2019

mobic price By: Valeria Gonzalez The definition of knowledgeable is to develop and use conceptual understanding; exploring knowledge across a range of disciplines. We engage with issues and ideas that have local and global significance. Daisy Ruano was chosen to be interviewed for the IB learner attribute: knowledgeable. I managed to ask her a few questions during […]

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The Dallas Morning News

May 25, 2019

http://www.mtnmachine.com/25587-zovirax-usa.html еxtend By: Joana Murillo “Build The News Upon The Rock of Truth and Righteousness; Conduct It Always Upon The Lines of Fairness And Integrity; Acknowledge The Right of The People to Get From the Newspaper Both Sides of Every Important Question!” This amazing and inspiring quote was the first thing I saw when I walked in […]

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Caring

March 29, 2019

calcium carbonate price By: Valeria Gonzalez As the IB Learner Attributes columnist, I decided to conduct an interview about the caring attribute this month. I chose a second grader from Ms. Gomez’s class. I am going to share it with you. 1.Why do you think your teacher chose you for this attribute? Alexis responded by saying that one […]

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College Experience

March 29, 2019

buy augmentin 625mg By: Joana Murillo As young adults, we seem to stress or worry about the future. One of the things we stress about the most is college; the one thing we all dread, for some reason. To be honest, I even stress about it, but something I have learned is that hearing about other people’s college […]

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It’s a New Year in China!

March 26, 2019

buy propecia online japan By: Rebecca Castaneda This year East Grand Preparatory students watched a performance inspired by the Chinese New Year. A group of middle school students performed in our school gymnasium for the Pre-Kindergarten students on Valentine’s Day (February 14). The presentation began with two Chinese dragons (portrayed in costume by two students for each dragon). They […]

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Student Life

January 17, 2019

By: Rebecca Castaneda East Grand Preparatory is full of talents. You will find out what the students are able to do and what they do during their free time. 1- What do you think about the school? “What I think about EGP is that there is we have good education and VERY GOOD AND CARING […]

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Our Perspective on College

January 16, 2019

College Life by Joanna Murillo College is very important for many reasons. One reason is to have a career and be financially stable. Sadly, not everyone can go to a good academic college because of financial reasons. Not all families have the money to pay for their children’s college, or maybe some people are on […]

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Valeria’s Column

January 16, 2019

Student: Emily Cardoso (Inquirer) 5A Teacher: Stephanie Hernandez Emily Cardoso was chosen as an outstanding representative of the International Baccalaureate (IB) learner attribute, Inquirer. She nurtures her curiosity and develops skills for inquiry and research. She also works by herself, with her classmates, and learns with enthusiasm. These were some of the questions she answered […]

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