Eye of the Lobo

La Joya Lobos Going to Playoffs

La Joya Lobos Going to Playoffs

David Vazquez, Staff

October 31, 2019

AVONDALE- 2019 is the year where our La Joya Football Team goes to championship, they have shown and put in work through this entire season, had their ups and downs, and drama in-between. Yet through all of that, they continued to strive for championships. All of the brotherhood go to prac...

The Fear of Going to School

The Fear of Going to School

Alexia Beltran, Staff

September 24, 2019

United States- School's have not been as safe as it should have these past ten years. Students fear a lot coming to school not knowing what will happen because a lot could happen in one second. There has been a lot of shootings and gun violence in schools worldwide and the United States is in the le...

Books in Our School, Good or Bad?

Books in Our School, Good or Bad?

Karina Perez, Staff

September 12, 2019

AVONDALE- Within the four years of high school we spend at La Joya, we go through many novels,  whether it be fiction, non-fiction, an assigned novel or one we read on our free time; are these novels overall best for students? The forms of literature we read in school typically depend on the teacher a st...

Keep It Up Fighting Lobos

Keep It Up Fighting Lobos

Alex Westphal, Staff

September 9, 2019

AVONDALE- Senior year as an AP student can be a difficult year to find motivation, stress-free activities, and being able to balance time with a full schedule. However, we have many programs and support networks in place to benefit each and every student. For students with rigorous work schedules, ...

4Ocean

4Ocean

Jasmine Avechucho, Staff

September 9, 2019

AVONDALE- 4ocean is a charity that helps clean up our ocean that is currently cover of trash by purchasing a bracelet, you can remove one pound of trash in the ocean and coastline for only $20. "I like how I can help save the world by just purchasing a bracelet for $20 and I also like how cute t...

25% Decrease of Hispanic Student Attendance After 680 Illegal Immigrants Arrests in Mississippi

25% Decrease of Hispanic Student Attendance After 680 Illegal Immigrants Arrests in Mississippi

Jessica Quintana

August 22, 2019

  FOREST-A quarter of Mississippi's Scott County School District's Hispanic students were reported absent after the largest single-state raid of illegal immigrants during the first week of August. The absences were a direct result from the raid of at least 680 undocumented immigrants. After ICE had su...

Ready to Kickoff the Football Season

Ready to Kickoff the Football Season

Tamali'i Nua, Staff

August 21, 2019

AVONDALE- The fighting lobos have been at hard work over the summer, while they were pushing to better improve themselves some of the lobos were able to travel to California and they were able to bring home the winning victory of the San Diego State Passing Tournament.  "Honestly, it made me feel ...

LGBT Awareness at La Joya: Yaire Aguilar

LGBT Awareness at La Joya: Yaire Aguilar

Alex Westphal, Staff

August 20, 2019

AVONDALE- La Joya Community High School is a school of diversity. Everyone student is welcomed no matter their race, gender, or sexual orientation. Yaire Aguilar is one of the officers for La Joya's own GSA (Gender & Sexuality Alliance) Club. She educates the importance of LGBTQ+  representation i...

Coach Sean nelson

Coach Sean nelson

Tyler Mitchell, Staff

December 13, 2018

Coach Nelson is a great teacher and a great coach for wrestling. He lives off his own intensity. His intensity levels are through the roof, he wrestles so fast he could burn the rubber of the mat. He is admired and respected by every wrestler in his room and both the other coach's. "All the kids in...

Adolescents Making A Change About Racism

Adolescents Making A Change About Racism

Victor Robles Hernandez, Journalist

November 5, 2018

Racism is an underlying problem that has been displayed within our society because of how certain groups of people behave and act towards those who are completely different from them. In our nation, Racism shouldn't be a subject that is "sensitive" or "inappropriate", it should be widely acknowledged....

Top 5 Ways To Study For a Test

Top 5 Ways To Study For a Test

Brandon Seng, Staff

September 22, 2018

1. Listen To music While some experts argue the ability to concentrate during silence or listening to music while studying is left up to personal preference, many agree that playing certain types of music, such as "obscure 18th century composers," can help students engage parts of their brain that help...

High School Romance

High School Romance

Isaac Taylor, Staff

September 20, 2018

 Dating and experience with relationships/romance is common. In High School teens will fall hopelessly in love or they would most likely do almost anything for their boyfriend or girlfriend. Some teens have experience in a romantic relationship, as well as those in serious and less-serious relationsh...

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