Category Archives: Breaking News

The Fate of South East

Dear Jaguars, With the departure of several South East staff and the co-location of Valiente College Preparatory Charter School on its way, it’s easy for continuing students to feel discouraged and anxious about what next school year will hold.     When you receive your class schedule in the first advisory class of the 2018-19 school year, you may notice familiar

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Jaguar Times staff members receives lucrative paid internship opportunity

Campus Life editor Nicole Funes follows in the footsteps of former paid High School Insider interns Luis Valente, who serves as the current editor-in-chief, and former editor-in-chief Kevin Camargo, who continues to work with the Los Angeles Times as a co-project producer of High School Insider, by receiving a paid internship with the program during the summer. “I’m excited to

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Remembering Memorial Day

By Princesa Zavaleta Memorial Day is the day when we commemorate those who died during active military service. Daniela Garcia from the Visual and Performing Arts, said, “Memorial Day is important because it’s the day where we remember those who served in the army.” Garcia also explained what schools and other students can do to remember those who have passed

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Community college to save money

Community college is known as a junior college, a two-year institution of higher education. A community college has many features that are distinct from universities and liberal arts colleges. Community college suffers from a negative stereotype, since people tend to go to a four year school. Students may rethink attending community college, since there are approximately 75% of retention rates,

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The Charter Plan: An Update

BE VALIENTE ENOUGH TO BUILD YOUR OWN SCHOOL- South East students have responded to the charter plan with sit-outs and rallies at the Valiente Charter campus. By Janice Chavez A few weeks ago, it was announced that Valiente College Preparatory Charter School will be co-locating to vacant rooms on campus.  Mr. Nunez, the South East High School principal, discloses details

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Cheer finds new life as an official sport

Three years ago, California Governor Jerry Brown signed Assembly Bill (AB) 949 into action, paving the way for competitive cheer to become a sport. Now, the California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) has officially recognized the sport, listing it under its sports offerings online and hosting competitions for its inaugural 2017-18 season. Sport recognition resonated with many of the cheerleaders, most of

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