LSU which stands for Latino student union officially had their first on Wednesday, October 19, 2017. It was ran by Ms. Torres and there were signs on the poles in the hallway and on walls. The signs said when they were going to meet so you could know what time it was. As mentioned in another edition the LSU might be collaborating with BSU and ASU. Make sure to check the LSU out. To get more updates on the latino student union and when a possible food fair might happen tune in every week.
1. In Sesame Street Hispanic Heritage Month has been featured on there.
2. On September 15, 1821 El Salvador became independent from Spain.
3. El Salvador only has 2 seasons: during May to October it is the wet season and
during November to April it is the dry season.
4. In English El Salvador means the savior.
5. It is considered well mannered to greet someone with a kiss on the cheek in Puerto Rico.
6. Puerto Rico does not observe Daylight Savings Time.
7. From an aerial view Cuba resembles a crocodile.
8. It is illegal to take pictures of military personnel, police officers, or airport personnel
9. After lunch Argentinians take siestas which are short naps.
10. Argentina means silver in the latin language.
Isn’t debating fun!!! Forensics isn’t just debating but it is apart of it. In forensics you will have to practice multiple pieces. There is many different topics you will have to talk about such as humorous interpretation which is pieces that are funny in nature from movies, books, and plays. There is dramatic interpretation which is more dramatic, anything made that isn't suppose to be funny; pretty much the same as humorous. There is duo which is two partners doing a piece on humorous interpretation or dramatic interpretation. Forensics can help build confidence and public speaking skills. The challenges will tie to the real world and help you in the future. There is forensic tournaments. There is high school meets and middle school meets. The high school meets tend to be pretty hard but team wins in most of the meets. The forensics club meets wednesdays after school in room 91. Make sure to check it out.
Are you fascinated by pianos and you would like to learn how to play? Even if you want to play but you don’t want to pay just for 1 hour each week, then the keyboard club is for you. The club is ran by Mrs. Pope who actually teaches piano when she isn’t teaching math. The keyboard club meets on either Monday, Wednesday, or Friday depending on which day you want to meet. The club starts at 3pm and ends at 4:15pm. They meet at Mr. Ordiano’s classroom which is in room 59.
by Iccel Mendoza Martinez
I challenge you to a dance off! Just kidding, but are you interested in Just Dance? Or what about racing games if dancing isn’t your type? How about quests? Then join the Video Game club, also known as Gaming Tigers! The video game club is a fun place for friendly races on Mario kart 8, rock out to song on Just Dance, challenge each other on Super Smash Bros, and much more fun games! The video game club isn’t just for video games, it’s also for making friends and interacting with other people. Fundraisers will be held throughout the year, and he sells snacks. The club meets after school in room 76 with Mr. Baumheckel on fridays. Join and be apart of this fun club and make new friends, memories, and records!
Vice President: Christian
Treasurer: Nico & Moses
by Chelsie West