Eye of the Lobo

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...

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...

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...

Teacher Interview About Online Schooling

Teacher Interview About Online Schooling

Mario Leyva, Staff

September 2, 2020

Ms. Gorgan is an English teacher at La Joya Community High School, and she gave us her inside of her perspective of this school year, during this time of Covid-19. During this time, she was able to give us her side of the story. Ms. Gorgan isn’t very fond of the online schooling because of how it’s...

Virtual Learning vs. In-Person Learning

Dominique Sahuaqui Sanchez, Staff

August 28, 2020

Daisy Mendoza is a Sophomore at La Joya Community High school. She is a hardworking and devoted student here; her grades can show this. Like every student attending school here, she must do virtual learning, for the time being, let’s hear her take on this school year. We all know that this pand...

Making the Switch

Making the Switch

Bryce Hart, Writer

December 17, 2018

Many people believe that global warming is real. There has been electric cars, electric trains, and now society is pushing for electric planes. Electric planes could potentially cheaper, quieter, and good for the environment. Traditional aircraft costs around $100 per flight but with EasyJet the elect...

College Softball

College Softball

Alexia Beltran, Staff

December 3, 2018

In a world filled with talented athletes, it can be quite challenging to get noticed by college scouts. Here are some many ways to get noticed by some college scouts "To be confident and know how to play and have fun" Said Sophomore Breya Barden.   What you have to do is be more involved in ...

Class Electives

Class Electives

Ruby Sicairos, Staff

November 9, 2018

As we come close to the end of our first semester and students have already started choosing their new electives for the following year with the exception of seniors of course, we see what goes into students when choosing their own classes. "Electives are important because they give you skills ne...

Was Neymar Jr. Replaced?

Was Neymar Jr. Replaced?

Laura S. Zuniga, staff

November 9, 2018

You may know Lionel Messi, Christano Ronaldo and Neymar jr as the top best players, what if we are wrong about one of them not making it to this years best top ten? This years FIFA awards was quite different and shocking to a lot of people, when Neymar jr did not attend. People started to question...

The Best Pretzel Recipe For Wrestling

The Best Pretzel Recipe For Wrestling

Tyler Mitchell, Staff

November 9, 2018

The wrestling session is here so we are going to have some people in a pretzel, the season started. We are getting ready to wrestle and get some varsity and Jr varsity wins. We are going to practice the moves we have learned, get new people, and the people who have played before are going to get even...

Lobo Student Body

Lobo Student Body

Elysia Casillas, Vice President of Skills USA

October 16, 2018

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...

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...

Connecting the Pack at La Joya Community High School
La Joya Community High School