High Life

Let’s Have that Speech!

Syanne Patton, Staff Writer

February 13, 2019

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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 topics covered: the ethics of responsible gun ownership laws, birthright citizenships, and the Paw...

Students Honored With Breakfast!

Liz Rico, News Editor

January 24, 2019

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As of this year, Student of the Month has been created in order to recognize students on a broader scale and on a more personal note. Teachers are able to nominate students through a letter for each month and 2 students are selected in each pathway. For the month of January, on Friday 18th at exactly...

Teachers you can trust

Liz Rico, Staff Writer

October 31, 2018

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Poly is known for being diverse and making friends is an easy task, with the majority of students being very warm and welcoming towards each other. However, only a certain percentage of those students spread that kindness onto their teachers. For the most part students usually interact with teachers...

An Ongoing Trial

Izzie Hallock, News Editor

October 20, 2017

Filed under News, Showcase

On April 23, 2013, 42-year-old Christopher Waters was murdered, and it hasn’t been until recently that the trial for the alleged perpetrators began. In a phone interview, Deputy District Attorney Brian Kang said the crime scene was discovered shortly after the murder took place. “The police...