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Coach Sean nelson

Coach Sean nelson

Tyler Mitchell, Staff

December 13, 2018


Filed under Connecting the Pack, High School, Lobo Spotlight, School, Student Life

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...

5 Study Hacks To Improve Your Memory

5 Study Hacks To Improve Your Memory

Vanessa Sanchez, Staff

November 9, 2018


Filed under Student Life

Have you ever taken a test and know you studied and forget most of the information. It’s been proven that exercise can boost your memory and brain power. Research conducted by Dr. Chuck Hillman of the University of Illinois provides evidence that about 20 minutes exercise before an exam can improve...

Tips and Tricks For Flawless Skin

Tips and Tricks For Flawless Skin

Cassandra Castro, Staff

August 28, 2018


Filed under High School, Student Life

Almost all teens and even some adults are always looking for ways to get perfect clear skin.  Typically one of the most common mistakes made is either not having a set routine, or using the incorrect products for their skin. Based on research I made on Pinterest, beauty blogs and Youtube, the most common tips given are to drink plenty of ...

School is Our Society

School is Our Society

Dshaun A. Pitre, Staff

March 29, 2018


Filed under All Around Town, Connecting the Pack, High School, School, Student Life, Uncategorized, US & World

Feeling welcome is priority. Feeling apart of one is objective. But feeling as if school is another home is GOAL. When you feel as if even though you don't know everybody, everybody is your friends, where all family. Life at school is that much more of a breeze. "Just like family for football, you...

Is social media doing us any better ?

Is social media doing us any better ?

Veronica Torres Palomino, Staff

March 29, 2018


Filed under High School, School, Student Life, World

We as teenagers tend to use social media for everything if its for communication or something important. Well two sophomores at LaJoya High School are anti-social they define themselves different from other people. They rather spend time by themselves rather than friends and they both think theres no...

A Piece of the Pack

A Piece of the Pack

Liliana Sanchez, Copy Editor

March 28, 2018


Filed under Connecting the Pack, High School, School, Student Life

As the 2017-2018 school year ends, students look back at the memories that they have made. Seniors are leaving and moving on to start their life, while Freshman just started high school and want to remember their first year and how they came into a new environment. The yearbook is called The Piece...

Net Neutrality: The (Possible) Future of the Internet

Net Neutrality: The (Possible) Future of the Internet

Joseph Shouse, Staff

December 8, 2017


Filed under All Around Town, Connecting the Pack, News, School, Uncategorized, US & World, World

As of December 14, 2017, Congress is set to hold a vote alongside the FCC (Federal Communications Commission) on the fate of the World Wide Web, a service that billions of people around the world to connect and do practically anything. The vote is set to repeal the Obama-era policy of net neutrality....

Senior Stress: This is It

Senior Stress: This is It

Joseph Shouse, Staff

November 1, 2017


Filed under College, Connecting the Pack, Counseling Corner, High School, Lobo Spotlight, School, Student Life

It's your senior year at La Joya. You're on the final lap. The final leg. You've gone through three years of positive (or negative!) experiences, and it's the end. So what do you do now? If you're working on graduating, you've probably experienced a sensation known as stress. Stress is defined as...

Raise the Grade

Raise the Grade

Kealohalani Kauhako-Viernes, Staff

October 13, 2017


Filed under Lobo Spotlight, News, School

Frances Coronado is currently a senior at La Joya High School also graduating with the class of 2018. She has been interviewed to give some advice to future students about keeping their grades up and why it's important. Frances has played basketball her sophomore and junior year, and she will continue...

The Road Out of Adolescence

The Road Out of Adolescence

Joseph Shouse, Staff

October 2, 2017


Filed under College, Connecting the Pack, Counseling Corner, High School, School, Student Life

Freshmen orientation day. You're nervous yet curious. It seems a little overwhelming, going from middle school to high school. Your parents and teachers continuously tell you that high school will be the fastest years of your life. A lot of people don't heed those words. I DEFINITELY didn't. But with...

La Joya Media: The Update

La Joya Media: The Update

Christian Deadwlyer, Staff

August 24, 2017


Filed under Uncategorized

La Joya Community High School will be updating and using its social media accounts in 2017-2018 more than it has previously. The media department at La Joya has big plans for the upcoming year for social media. Students at La Joya have complained about the lack of social media and the lack of interaction...

Culinary Kitchen

Culinary Kitchen

Fatima Castaneda, Staff

August 24, 2017


Filed under Food, High School

Over the summer, La Joya has made great improvements to the culinary class.The reason why this is such a hot topic is because of all the new material and items found in the class, from a chef's demo area to industrial equipment even a new walk in refrigerator.These kinds of improvements are something t...

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