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Question and Answer with Ashley Recinos

February 22, 2018 3:20pm | Joseph Bloise

Ashley Recinos is a sophomoreQuestion: What is your favorite Fandom? Answer: “I like the sport fandom cause it feels like your free.” Q: What was your favorite show growing up? A: ” I liked Zoey 101, cause it was like, I liked how they were […]

Christian Fellowship opens up

February 19, 2018 3:23pm | Kelly Coreas

Christian Fellowship is a club where students have the liberty to share their beliefs with others who have those same beliefs. The club is currently made up of 3 officers that are seniors. The sponsor is Computer Science teacher, Steven Bolting. Eri-Ife Adepoju-12┬áis the Vice […]

Staff Feature: Q&A with Jan Kolk

February 18, 2018 3:33pm | Kelly Coreas

Jan Kolk is the campus interventionist, working with students who are struggling to pass classes. She is married and has two adult children. Question: What would be the hardest thing for you to give? Answer: “The hardest thing for me to give up would be […]

General Question: What are your career aspirations?

February 18, 2018 3:14pm | Ryan Nguyen

Planning for college and career is part of the process in high school. For some students, the path ahead is clear, while others are still trying to figure out what they want to do.     “I dream of becoming a nurse because in a […]

Staff Feature: Nancy Villegas

February 18, 2018 2:10pm | Solape Solabi

Nancy Villegas is the secretary to the Assistant Principal. Question: What made you decide to work at Kerr? Answer: I am a graduate of Kerr. Since I am an alumna I know the inner workings of Kerr, and how everything works around here. [Kerr] is […]

Staff Feature: 10 Questions with Roger Martin

February 10, 2018 3:04pm | Elizabeth Lozano

Roger Martin is a ninth grade teacher in the English department. Question: What is your opinion on the recent cartoons and shows on your childhood channels? Answer: I haven’t watched cartoons in how many years. They’re childish. Q: What was your first thought when you […]

Club Feature: Table Tennis Club

February 7, 2018 2:57pm | Ryan Nguyen

Table Tennis Club combines activity and social interaction. Purpose Table Tennis Club was founded by former social studies teacher Rick Madsen. Mr. Madsen’s purpose in starting the Table Tennis Club was to create a fun environment for all ping pong players to compete on a […]

10 questions with Thao Le

February 6, 2018 12:54am | Luat Vo

Thao Le is a freshman Question: What hobby would you get into if time and money weren’t an issue? Answer: I would travel because it’s fun to explore the different culture, food, and people. I want to experience other things that are outside of my […]

Club Feature: Engineering Club

January 29, 2018 10:10pm | Joseph Bloise

Science and Engineering enthusiasts are always encouraged to take part in The Engineering Club. Purpose The Engineering Club is held every Monday in the Science Center and works to expand members overall understanding of different sciences such as aquatic science, biology. chemistry, and more. Leadership […]

Staff Feature: Jack Bell

January 29, 2018 9:22pm | Ryan Nguyen

  Jack Bell teaches US History (Advanced Placement and Regular) in the Social Studies Center. Q: What made you decide to teach US History? A: “Cause I always enjoyed the subject. I like to do family history research, I like to travel to historic sites, […]