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What Pets Are You?

What Pets Are You?

Judy Ann Quang, Bus/Social Media/ Advertising/ Web Tech Editor

September 17, 2020

How To Stay Safe While Traveling During a Global Pandemic

How To Stay Safe While Traveling During a Global Pandemic

Reyna Arellanes, Equipment/Copy Editor

September 15, 2020

Thinking about traveling during a global pandemic? Here are some tips per Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines that will help ensure safety while traveling.  Before traveling, remember that it’s possible people won’t show symptoms of COVID-19 and may have it without knowi...

Help Out The Planet and Go Zero Waste

Help Out The Planet and Go Zero Waste

Judy Ann Quang, Bus/Social Media/ Advertising/ Web Tech Editor

September 14, 2020

The United States has one of the worst reputations when it comes to producing trash according to OneGreenPlanet. It’s so bad that they produced about 250 million tons in just a year; that is about 4.4 pounds of trash for each person. But that doesn’t include other countries which are about 3.5 m...

Class of 2021 Not Forgotten; ACT and SAT Make a Comeback

Class of 2021 Not Forgotten; ACT and SAT Make a Comeback

Nicole Seemann, Editor In Chief

September 10, 2020

Every year the juniors of Lake Havasu High School take a standardized test used for college admissions in the United States, the ACT or SAT. But last year was unlike any other, a pandemic turned the world upside down and these tests had to be delayed. Now the tests are back. The returning juniors, st...

A switcheroo during the school year of 2020-2021

A switcheroo during the school year of 2020-2021

Gemma Ortega, Reporter

September 8, 2020

The bells for first period rings throughout the halls of the school signaling class has started, not knowing it would be the last in-person class of the year. Engaging with classmates and asking for one-on-one time is not something that’s at reach anymore. How much change could there be in a student’s...

Apps To Get The Job Done

Apps To Get The Job Done

Kalliauna Bodine, Reporter

September 7, 2020

COVID-19 put us all in a place that we didn’t expect to be, and distance learning is uncharted territory. Here you can see some apps used to navigate our way through schooling at a distance. Zoom is a video calling app most commonly used by teachers to host live calls with their students, and Google...

Online Platforms Stealing Classroom Education: COVID Impact on Student

Online Platforms Stealing Classroom Education: COVID Impact on Student

Nicole Seemann, Editor In Chief

September 3, 2020

I have a recurring dream. A dream that’s always interrupted by my alarm clock at 6:30 a.m. every school morning. It’s a dream to sleep in. No one could have anticipated a global pandemic forcing the school district to resort to online learning platforms—but here we are. Got to admit, I never t...

Books Banned for the use of “Sensitive Topics”

Books Banned for the use of “Sensitive Topics”

Journalism Team, Reporter

September 1, 2020

Should the parents of students or the school be the one to decide whether a student checks out a book? In schools across America, 11,300 books have been banned from school libraries. For students, the school library can be a place for them to easily learn something new or to pick up an entertaining r...

Class of 2021 Input On The New Experience of Distance Learning

Class of 2021 Input On The New Experience of Distance Learning

Judy Ann Quang, Bus/Social Media/ Advertising/ Web Tech Editor

August 31, 2020

(Ring, Ring, Ring) Wait, was this a dream? Well, this 2020-2021 there are some major changes once school starts this year as the coronavirus is still happening and having new cases every day around the world. LHHS decided to start school on August 3, 2020, and students were able to decide if they wan...

Pets Affected by COVID-19

Pets Affected by COVID-19

Reyna Arellanes, Copy Editor

August 27, 2020

Is COVID-19 affecting pets? Yes. People’s pets are getting so used to them being home that when they eventually start going back to work or school, it could end up making a big impact on their pets.  “I have two dogs. Max just turned one on the first of this month and the other (Oreo) is abo...

From Paper to Screen: AP Exams Switch Online

From Paper to Screen: AP Exams Switch Online

Nicole Seemann, Website Editor

April 29, 2020

The coronavirus has made everything a little chaotic, and many students would agree that school is a whole new universe than in the past. All school events are cancelled, students are working from home and AP exams are no longer being administered at school.  Now hold up, don’t get all excited thi...

How Students Are Being Affected By COVID-19

How Students Are Being Affected By COVID-19

Reyna Arellanes, Reporter

April 23, 2020

Many students around the world are being affected by the Coronavirus also known as COVID-19.  Due to this pandemic students are missing out on school dances, graduations, vacations, going to school, and just doing normal daily life things that people do on a day to day basis. “It really suck...

New Version of Senioritis

New Version of Senioritis

Judy Ann Quang, Reporter

April 16, 2020

A new chapter unveiled during COVID-19 as school is forced to shut down which alarmed many parents and students when Gov. Doug Ducey allowed any school in Arizona to close down from March 16 to prevent the spread of the virus. But there are many pros and cons with the online school as it allows many...

New Adventures from the Canceled Sport Season

New Adventures from the Canceled Sport Season

Judy Ann Quang, Reporter

April 11, 2020

“If you were to tell me at the beginning of the year that my senior year would fall apart during the second half, I wouldn’t believe you,” said Senior Antonio Hurtado.  People around the world have been affected by a recent pandemic called the coronavirus which began in late 2019 and is conti...

Alternate Learning Platforms Face Student Opposition

Alternate Learning Platforms Face Student Opposition

Kitana Ford, Copy Editor

April 8, 2020

Uncertain, outraged, dejected—of which are only a few emotions among students that have been impacted by the Coronavirus (COVID-19). According to the World Economic Forum,”over a billion students worldwide are unable to go to school or university, due to measures to stop the spread of COVID-19....

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