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A Heart for the Community

December 21, 2019

Interview by: Gabriella Avellaneda Do you ever think about the people that work behind the cameras when you watch the news? Well, behind the camera there are many people that work hard for us to see the product on the screen. Thru this article, I will let you get to know a woman with a […]

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Scholarships

December 21, 2019

By: Daisy Ruano Scholarships are a type of financial aid awards designed to help students pay for their higher education. Sometimes scholarships are a one-time check. Other times they are renewable. Unlike student loans, scholarships do not have to be repaid. There are plenty of scholarships out there that you can qualify if you really […]

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Respect

December 21, 2019

Poem by : Jasmin Arellano Respect you respect them. Everyone has their own way. We all start off like a stem, And by then, we’ll be fully-bloomed in May. Whether it’s deep admiration Or due regard of feelings, You can achieve it with determination, Which can be found unappealing. You should follow the saying: “Treat […]

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Hard Working Hands, Big Heart

October 22, 2019

By: Jasmin Arellano Ever heard of Miss Rosa? She is one of our custodians at East Grand Preparatory and Buckner Preparatory. A smart, hardworking, independent woman, Miss Rosa makes sure our bathrooms are clean, and our floors are swept. Even though it may not look like it, she is always making sure everything we use […]

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Girls Inc.

October 22, 2019

By: Daisy Ruano At the end of last year, near April, my mom had been given a paper about a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) program at Girls Inc. She showed me the paper, and the moment I read it I said no. I didn’t want to be part of a program that would […]

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Hero In Disguise

October 22, 2019

By: Anaya Chong Hello my name is Anaya and today I will be talking about Jairo Ruiz and about his generosity. On the announcements he was called for giving a student shoes with his own money. This was a caring act of Jairo pointing him to be a great role model student of East Grand […]

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Log Out

May 27, 2019

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

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 learner attribute: knowledgeable. I managed to ask her a few questions during school […]

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The Dallas Morning News

May 25, 2019

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

By: Valeria Gonzalez As the 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 time […]

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