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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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He Who Came for a Greater Good

December 21, 2019

By: Gabriella Avellaneda Last week, I had the chance and privilege to speak with Mr. Magdaleno who is our Chief Innovation Officer at EGP. When I spoke with Mr. Magdaleno, I have to say I was impressed and amazed by his responses to my questions. I learned a lot about his purpose in life, personal […]

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Harmony Within EGP

December 21, 2019

By: Mya Reyes Here at East Grand Preparatory, we like to have some educational, but fun events. One of the events we’ve had this semester is Unity Day. You might be wondering what is Unity Day. Unity Day is more than just a day to unite. It is the signature event of National Bullying Prevention […]

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EGP On the Lookout

October 22, 2019

By: Mya Reyes Here at East Grand Preparatory, we have sports that most of us like to participate in. For example, basketball. Basketball season will take place soon here at EGP. We are so excited to see who will make the teams. Tryouts take place on Friday, October 25. However, before tryouts, I personally interviewed […]

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More Than a Leader

October 22, 2019

By: Gabriella Avellaneda There are so many great staff members here at EGP who share the same goal for an awesome and positive school year. Out of all our great staff at EGP, I interviewed our assistant principal, Mr. Dickerson, for this month’s article. After the interview, I have to say that he is a […]

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Tying Our Hands Together

October 22, 2019

By: Angela Vargas At EGP, we share a great interest in helping those in need. We are encouraged to become involved in our community, where we can be known as family. Did you know you can be part of a big community in your hometown? Here in Dallas, there are many groups and events in […]

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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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Dependability. Leadership. Strength.

March 28, 2019

By: Anjely Torres In the United States and many other countries around the world, citizens are allowed to vote to make change happen. At East Grand Preparatory (EGP), we have recently inaugurated our first Student Council. We are very excited to have them as our leaders and are very thankful for all the effort they […]

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Hit and Run

March 28, 2019

By: Alison Silva For my column this issue, I want all readers to reflect internally. So, I am going to share some thoughts about abuse in our society and how can we help to avoid it. When one hears the word “abuse,” so many thoughts come to mind. So many people have their own definition, […]

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Who is Mr. Torres?

March 26, 2019

By: Suzette Avellaneda Mr. Christian Torres is a bilingual teacher in our school who teaches third grade. He is 26 years old from Santa Isabel, Puerto Rico. He studied Elementary Education at the University of Puerto Rico. But he did not always want to be a teacher. When Mr. Torres was in middle school, he […]

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