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Soccer Kickoff

Raymundo Sandoval, Staff December 10, 2021

La Joya Community High Schools' soccer season is almost underway with preseason starting, after so long of not playing for the school, these La Joya Students are ready for this season to start and...

Supporting Small Businesses

Supporting Small Businesses

Aileen Trujillo, Staff December 9, 2021

Over quarantine, many different small businesses rose up and came to the platform. From all different varieties like desserts, to cups, to keychains, to candy, etc. Many of the small businesses were teenagers...

Neighborhood street with a big tree with orange leaves

The Best Ways to Spend the Fall Season

4 fun activities for Fall Season!
Megan Arvizo , Staff October 29, 2021

Fall the time of colder weather, pumpkin spice lattes, and comfy clothes but that's not all there is, there are many activities to participate in during the Fall season so keep reading to find out the...

Spooks & Sales

Spooks & Sales

Aaron Platt, Staff October 29, 2021

Its now October and the biggest thing about this month is Halloween. With Halloween around the corner, we can guarantee that money will be flying everywhere for costumes, candy and everything else everyone...

A picture of a teacher named Mr. Brocka with text saying, Mr.Brockas Special Days in September

Mr. Brocka’s Special Days in September!

Mario Leyva, Staff September 24, 2021

Mr. Brocka is a teacher at La Joya Community High School. He teaches AP Environmental Science and Conceptual Physics. Mr. Brocka's special days would be Sept. 11th and 18th. These days are special...

Zoomed up on football field

Football Highlights in the Past Month: August

Javier Torres, Staff August 27, 2021

Many things have occurred within sports over the past month. This pass month the football team has been practicing and getting ready for their season.  They have been practicing at their school, La Joya...

School Clubs Making a Comeback

School Clubs Making a Comeback

Are they here to stay?
Maryah Carrasco, Copy Editor August 27, 2021

Ready to connect with the pack again students are now back in person learning at La Joya Community High School for the 2021-2022 school year but not only did school make a comeback itself, but clubs are...

How to Make a Vanilla Layered Strawberry Cake

How to Make a Vanilla Layered Strawberry Cake

The perfect tender and fluffy spring dessert
Maryah Carrasco, Staff April 26, 2021

This recipe can be time-consuming but it is all worth it in the end. The vanilla cake is not to sweet but is just right and this goes the same for the buttercream. This delicious dessert is all around...

History of The Leprechaun

History of The Leprechaun

Maryah Carrasco, Staff March 22, 2021

The leprechaun has always been associated with the holiday St. Patrick's Day but have you ever found yourself wondering why? Where does it come from? What is a leprechaun? Well, all of these questions...

5 Tips to Achieve Your Goals

5 Tips to Achieve Your Goals

Maryah Carrasco, Staff January 29, 2021

  2021, new year new me, right? It’s the month where most people tend to make goals but usually don’t know exactly what they’re going for. Achieving goals may often be much more difficult ...

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...

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...

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