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Zion is in the festive Halloween spirit.

New Dog in Town

Kelly Rodriguez, Staff Writer October 15, 2020

This is Zion, my dog. The small dog is my sister’s dog, named King. We are going to talk about King first. We got King when he was two weeks old. My mom got him from my grampa for $50. We have had...

How Covid-19 Affects Youths Mental Health

How Covid-19 Affects Youth’s Mental Health

Briana Mendez-Padilla, Arts & Culture Editor May 22, 2020

Mental health, though often stigmatized, has been an issue since before Covid 19 shifted our everyday lives. Now, as stay at home orders displace us from our work and school environments and our everyday...

Why I’m glad schools are closed

Madeline Milton, Gallery Editor April 6, 2020

I was sitting in my TA period when it was first announced that schools would be closed due to the coronavirus pandemic. Needless to say, there was a range of mixed feelings with my classmates; some excited,...

Sweetheart Gifts

Melissa De La Cruz, Feature Page Editor February 18, 2020

With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, several couples are beginning to prepare their gifts for their significant others as a form of appreciation Chocolate- make your partner’s day the...

Ready for the Real World?

Liz Rico, News Editor June 14, 2019

This week, I and many other seniors will be given a diploma and moving on into whatever kind of life we want to live. It is up to us to determine if we will continue education, have jobs, or just...

Wellness? Check.

Liz Rico, News Editor March 22, 2019

Wellness Week took place between the dates of March 4-8. The purpose behind it is to promote a full week of teen health and wellness, alongside with celebrating Women’s Day. Throughout the week there...

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Banker Blues

Tom Morel, Contributing Writer March 22, 2019

With the AP test payment storm now complete, many Poly students have now interacted with the new banker, Lynne Amyx. For the past few years, Poly students have faced what seems like an ever-changing banker...

MOLAA for the Peers

High Life Staff February 13, 2019

Students from Intensive Studies program attended a free tour and workshop at the Molaa as part of their community based instruction course. Thanks to the generous donations from donors at the Gala in...

Funds for Film

Yesenia Pacheco, Editor-in-Chief February 13, 2019

Contemporary video teacher, Laura Stringer has been attempting to make her video class more advanced in order to help her students create and produce the best quality films. Doing this has been proven...

Let’s Have that Speech!

Syanne Patton, Staff Writer February 13, 2019

On January 25, Poly’s speech and debate team competed in the Spring Debate Competition. At this competition, sophomore Dana Kriebel and freshman Inanna Khanas made debates regarding three topics. The...

Tree Planting

Ab Tudayan, Staff Writer February 13, 2019

On January 26, from 9:00 AM to 12:30 PM Poly’s Reserve Officer Training Course (R.O.T.C) participated in Operation Jumpstart’s Beautification Project by planting sycamore tree seeds in the neighborhood...

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