Eye of the Lobo

Halloween Costumes for Trios!

Aileen Trujillo, Staff

October 9, 2020

Have you been stressing out of even thinking about what you and your friends will mess up as? We’ll I got the solution for you! Today I will be listing 5 different costumes you and your friends can where! The first costume up is the three blind mice. This is an easy fun costume you can where with y...

The Possibility of In-Person School.

Glendale Elementary School District opening soon

Joel Hewitt, Staff

October 9, 2020

Arizona - When will in-session school open back up for students here in the Tolleson District? If they do reopen, how will it occur? The districts around Arizona are deciding whether to open schools or not in the upcoming months for students, relying on safety precautions to get through this pandemic....

The Effects Online Learning has on Mental Health

The Effects Online Learning has on Mental Health

Isaac Taylor, Staff

October 8, 2020

Avondale-Online learning has impacted students in many ways since Covid-19 has spread across the globe. This is because many of the things just suddenly happened and we weren't adequately prepared for what might happen and this changed the students lives suddenly and drastically causing the students to...

Ways to stay safe at school.

Mario Leyva, Staff

October 5, 2020

Many people are wondering how it will be safe in schools as we return back on campus.  Masks, hand sanitizer, washing hands before eating, six feet apart, and don't share food. All of these topics have to be implemented to our school to keep everyone safe as much as possible. Having these objects and...

Artists in Quarantine

Roman Sierra Rafael, Staff

October 5, 2020

I had the chance to sit down with Victoria Campillo, a senior this year, and talk to her about being an art student while stuck in quarantine. "The type of art that I do [include]: Landscape, kinda self-portrait, portraits, mythical- fantasy, detailing, and realism art" said Victoria Campillo. Victoria loves to draw and uses art as a way t...

Schedule Change: Hectic or Not?

Schedule Change: Hectic or Not?

Dominique Sahuaqui Sanchez, Staff

October 5, 2020

Cesar Avina, a Sophomore at La Joya Community High School speaks on the schedule change. He like every other student that goes to this school is doing virtual learning and have been for the past month, but suddenly there has been a schedule change. As of Monday, September 14th, 2020 students are requir...

The first HOSA meeting of 2020-2021 school year!

The HOSA team is looking through the amendments to see if everyone agrees with it.

Shane Waisner, Head Photography Editor

September 30, 2020

The very first HOSA meeting for this year. The CTE club was holding elections during the hour spent with each other. While most of the club was together I was able to listen in and ask a few questions. HOSA stands for Health Occupations Students of America. The club is very close and friendly. Hazael S. said...

Staying Connected

Maryah Carrasco, Staff

September 23, 2020

Kayvana Guerrero, also known as a Sophomore at La Joya Community High School, has stayed connected with many friends during quarantine and plans to keep it that way. I got the pleasure to interview her and talk about how she stays connected with family and friends during this pandemic. Her main way...

Meal Importance

Daisy Aguirre Castillo, Staff

September 23, 2020

Dishes are unique to every student towards their interest in taste. As it is known we have three meals a day, breakfast, lunch, and dinner. It is essential to consume foods in order for our bodies, mentally and physically. Breakfast is known to be one of the most important meals. It gives more energy...

Our Experience With Virtual Learning

Laptop and notebook placed side by side on a bed.

Jacklynn Dunmire, Staff

September 2, 2020

As you all know, our world is going through a pandemic; which has completely altered our everyday lives, and its been made clear students have gone through the most drastic changes rather its from no longer attending in person learning, or not being able to participate in clubs, or not getting to see...

Is TikTok Here to Stay?

TikTok is known for having wide ranges of age groups with 41% of TikTok users who are ages 16 and 24. These users won't let this popular social media app go away.

Maryah Carrasco, Staff

September 2, 2020

Jasmine Armenta, Sophomore, and a student at La Joya Community High School give her thoughts on the possible TikTok ban. She is a user of the popular social media app and can give many reasons why the app shouldn't be banned. Musical.ly, first released in 2014, now known as TikTok, with over 800 million...

Essential Jobs VS COVID-19

Joan Avila, Courtesy Clerk

Roman Sierra Rafael, Staff

September 2, 2020

I sat down with Joan Avila, a senior this year, to talk to him about his job and what it's like to work during the Coronavirus pandemic. "I usually bag the food for the customers and go outside and push carts and bring them back inside" said Joan Avila. Joan is a courtesy clerk for a local Fry's...

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