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English Classes Delving Into Projects

Many varying classes and levels are participating in a semester-long book project. While every class has a slightly different project, according to English teacher, Tabitha Lopez, her goal for all of them is the same. “Independent book projects force you to think critically about a book and show interest in other novels,” Lopez said. Lopez made a list of novels that her students can pi…

Read more → March 20, 2019 3:29pm
Maya Fuentes, Journalism Student

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    New Store and New Support
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    New Store and New Support
    STUCO is having a clothing fundraiser for students to buy Arvada High gear. The fundraiser is happening until next Monda
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    Student Counsel, who are most known for the work they do for all the school dances, host a lot of other things as well.
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    The government of Portugal decriminalized drugs in 2001. Instead of treating them like criminals, the law now recognizes
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    A Walk Against Violence
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    The Night of Empty Bowls
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    Students Audition for Spring Musical
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    Behind Tech Week
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