Eye of the Lobo

Lobo Student Body

Lobo Student Body

Elysia Casillas, Vice President of Skills USA

October 16, 2018


Filed under Connecting the Pack

Being a student at La Joya, you can observe that our school is very accepting and diverse. But what makes La Joya's students different? As a freshman, it can be a lot of new territory when it comes to high school. Chandler Van Natter is a first year lobo. He describes his first year of high school...

How to Manage High School Relationships

How to Manage High School Relationships

Cassandra Castro, Staff

September 25, 2018


Filed under Student Life

Relationships during your teen years are very new, fresh, and exciting. The thought of having a high school sweetheart sounds very sweet and romantic. Though at times they can be distracting and may cause gossip. It's important to keep in mind that when starting a new relationship during high school...

The Problem In The Youth Soccer Community

The Problem In The Youth Soccer Community

Laura S. Zuniga, staff

August 27, 2018


Filed under High School, Sports, Student Life, US & World

It is very sad to see how everyday kids are starting to lose interest in soccer. The numbers are decreasing rapidly as the years pass by. Not only is the sport losing more kids  but also losing bright future athletes. "It's lost more child participants than any other sport-- about 600,000 of them" Sa...

“I Have Nothing To Wear”- Said Every Girl/Boy Ever

“I Have Nothing To Wear”- Said Every Girl/Boy Ever

Katelyn Viray, Editor

August 26, 2018


Filed under High School, Uncategorized

For many people, it's hard finding the perfect outfit. We all have a bundle of clothes hanging, folded in our closet but sometimes, that's not enough. It's all there but still, nothing. Maybe the clothing piece doesn't flatter our body, not dress code appropriate or thinking it looked cute at the tim...

The Guide to Maintaining a Healthy Lifestyle

The Guide to Maintaining a Healthy Lifestyle

Joseph Shouse, Staff

March 29, 2018


Filed under All Around Town, College, Connecting the Pack, Dear Lobo, Food, High School, Lobo Spotlight, Nurses Notes, School, Sports, Student Life, World

Going hard at L.A Fitness five times a week, eating nothing but healthy foods, and going for a jog at the crack of dawn places an image of a buff, muscular individual with a killer metabolism into the minds of many people. Despite many misconceptions, it's possible to become a healthier person, without invest...

Dear Lobo

Dear Lobo

Lobo, Staff

November 6, 2017


Filed under Dear Lobo

Dear Lobo, Does school get harder? Dear Anonymous Freshman, School will always be a tough thing to deal with but it can get easier if you take the necessary steps to do so. Find what you struggle with or "makes school hard" and talk to your teachers about it to get help. I hope things work out...

Successful Story

Successful Story

Veronica Torres Palomino, Staff

August 24, 2017


Filed under Connecting the Pack, Student Life

Elena Bernas, freshman student attending La Joya Community High School explains her story on why she is trying to be successful. Elena was born in Illinois but raised in Arizona when she was 3 years old. The thing she was able to experience growing up was just traveling back and forth. She grew up...

Dear Lobo

Dear Lobo

Lobo, Staff

August 24, 2017


Filed under Dear Lobo, Student Life

Dear Lobo, How do I change my piano class to my 4th hour? Dear Anonymous Freshman, Thank you for writing to Lobo! If you are having trouble with your schedule be sure to visit the counseling office and talk to your counselor before you get too far into the year. If you don't know who your counselor...

Dear Lobo

Dear Lobo

Karina Quintana and Lucero Ramirez

April 21, 2017


Filed under Connecting the Pack

Senior year is the last chapter to the beginning of a new era in your life. Graduation and the idea of graduating is intimidating, especially when you consider life after graduation and the uncertainty of the new things to come. No one knows what to expect and each person has their own point of view...

The Reality of Reality

The Reality of Reality

September 5, 2016


Filed under Connecting the Pack, School, Student Life

  Let’s face it, we’re all about to be young adults or official on our own, and yet it can be so exciting, but it can be a bit nerve wrecking too. Sometimes we have no clue what we are getting ourselves into and for some of us, it’s not easy asking for help. Well lucky for you f...

5 Things I Wish I Knew Before Coming Into La Joya

5 Things I Wish I Knew Before Coming Into La Joya

Melanie Gaxiola

February 11, 2016


Filed under Student Life, Uncategorized

1. Know Your Restrooms The night before my first day, I studied the La Joya campus map for a solid 25 minutes, trying to correlate the restrooms to my classes. It's a big school, there's at least one restroom for every two buildings, I should be fine right? WRONG. If you do not know which restrooms a...

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