Monthly Archives: February 2011

Valentines Word Search

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World News: Egypt in Crisis

The Egyptian Revolution By: ADIL JAWED, Staff Writer             The Egyptian crises started last week when thousands of people came out on the streets of Egypt demonstrating against their President, Hosni Mubarak. The people in the capital city of Cairo staged … Continue reading

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Valentine Word Scramble

Valentine’s Word Scramble           By K. Ramos, Staff Writer  1. VLEO                                                _____________                                    2. ETRAH                                             __________________________ 3. WESLFRO                                       __________________________ 4. CEOTOSHLAOC                             __________________________ 5. SHGU                                               ___________________________ 6. SRESO                                             _____________                                        7. EB NMIE                                         ___________________________ 8. RICGNA                                          ___________________________ 9. EWTES                                            ____________________________ 10. GRAUS                                         ____________________________

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Valentines Day Quotes

Valentines Day Quotes By L. Saldana, staff writer, and B. Nicola, staff T.A. “You don’t love someone because they’re beautiful; they’re beautiful because you love them.” -Source Unknown “You know when you’re in love when you can’t fall asleep because … Continue reading

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Valentines Day Poem

Break-up Poem By: K. Toyosato, staff writer This is a story about a girl and a boy on Valentine’s Day, But it ends differently in another way, Then what most people would think it would, And most people would think … Continue reading

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February Mystery Students

Mystery Students By: B. Noor, staff writer Answers are at the end, but guess first. 6th Grade: 1.  This unspecified student enjoys indulging scrumptious Pasta. 2.  Her favorite color is pink due to its bold and feminine appeal.   3. … Continue reading

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Valentines Day Poem

Love By: A. Cash, staff writer                                                                        Love is special, love is kind. Love is always on my mind. When you are near and close to me, The world is all as it should be. The pain and sorrow goes … Continue reading

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Interesting Students: All About Abigail

All about Abigail By: S. Bradford, Staff Writer           Abigail’s first two names are Abigail Loraine. Her birthday is August 17, 1999. She was born at Los Alamitos, CA and she has also lived in Long Beach and Cypress. Abigail is 11 … Continue reading

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Book Review: Waiting for Normal

Waiting for Normal By: Rhea Patteri staff writer   Waiting for Normal is the perfect book that says you can find the best opportunities in the worst situation. Addison is a girl who is optimistic about her life. She lives in … Continue reading

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Music Review: Kid CuDi

KiD CuDi + Singing = No Rapping? By: Kayne Toyosato, Staff Writer         Will KiD CuDi (pronounced kuh-dee) quit his rapping career to pursue singing? That’s what he supposedly announced on MTV news. He started a band and said that … Continue reading

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Should I Wear a Helmet?

Should I Wear A Helmet? By: A. Bocanegra, staff writer            If you want to be safe and have that pretty little face of yours unscratched or with no stitches on your head, you should really wear a helmet. Why? … Continue reading

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Helmets: To Wear or Not To Wear

Helmets By L. Saldana and W. Fabela, staff writers Wearing helmets, safety or fashion don’t. You decide? If you think wearing helmets is a fashion don’t, well than is dyeing part of fashion. Think about it for a minute. You might not … Continue reading

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Bike Helmets: Are They Lame?

Bike Helmets: Good or Bad? By: A. Cash and M. Duncan, staff writers             Helmets: uncool, uncomfortable, unfashionable, lame. But would that really matter if it saved your life? It wouldn’t! 75% of children are disregarding helmet laws! It’s 2011! … Continue reading

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Texting: Good or Bad?

Texting: Good or Bad? By: I. Morales, staff writer        Texting. People all over the world of all races spend hours and hours texting. Preteens and teenagers may be spending much more time than the necessary texting on their cell … Continue reading

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The Dance

 The Dance by: Mckenzie D. Staff writer It was officially a mission. Find a date for the dance or go with my cousin Lester. Not going to happen again. Oh I can just picture that last dance. Hahaahahaha look at … Continue reading

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The Cupid Who Saved Valentines Day

The Cupid Who Saved Valentines Day By D. Kiroloss, Staff Writer            In the land of ancient Greece, there once was a cupid named Victor Valentine, grandson of Vincent Valentines. Victor was an intelligent and witty boy cupid of his … Continue reading

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Valentines Day

Valentines Day By I. Morales, staff writer            Once upon a time, there was a boy named Jason and he had a pretty popular girlfriend. Jason was a sweet hard working Mexican boy and he absolutely adored his girlfriend. Her … Continue reading

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The Valentine’s Day Dilemma

The Valentine’s Day Dilemma By: B. Noor and R. Patteri , staff writers            Rachel was worried. She was dreading Valentine’s Day. She had a crush all right, but he was in eighth grade and she was only in sixth. … Continue reading

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Magruder’s Service Club Reads to Edison’s Preschoolers

The Service Club Field Trip to Edison By:A. Pelayo, Staff Writer         The Service Club has done it again, helping to make the community a little more fun. We went to Edison Elementary to read to the preschoolers, and looked foward to being … Continue reading

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Going Somewhere?

Magruder’s Journalism Class Takes Fieldtrip to North High’s Journalism Class By A. Pelayo, Staff Writer Lisa gets advice from her sister at North’s Yearbook Class. Heizel sits with her sister at North High’s Yearbook Class “See you later!” is what … Continue reading

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Romeo and Juliet

Romeo and Juliet By: B. Kaur and K. Bui, staff writers          On Thursday, January 27th, in Magruder’s cafeteria, Mrs. Jaeger’s Drama Class did a wonderful job performing the famous Romeo and Juliet. Once upon a time, there were two … Continue reading

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PTSA Fundraising with Darlene Bailey

Yay for our PTSA! By: Alina Bocanegra, staff writer         On January 14th, 2011 our wonderful PTSA Financial Secretary, Darlene Bailey, was interviewed by the Journalism Class and gave us some information which a lot of people might find  interesting.  If you … Continue reading

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Magruder’s Geography Bee

Magruder’s Geography Bee By: ADIL JAWED, Staff Writer   Magruder’s Annual Geography Bee took place the week of January 10, 2011. The Geography Bee is a great way to encourage competition that motivates students to learn all they can about the … Continue reading

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