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Antonio Heras

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A drawing by Floricanto Club president Robert Andaluz to spread awareness of Asian hate.

The Floricanto Club Gives Students the Freedom of Expression

May 26, 2021

A new club at Godinez Fundamental High School (GFHS) has started on campus without holding meetings on campus. The Floricanto Club is a place where anyone who wants to express themselves through art,...

A photo from the mostly virtual SAUSD School Board meeting who met on March 23, 2021, to decide on students' fate in the classroom or online at home for the rest of this school year.

Santa Ana Unified School District Board Announces That Distance Learning is the Norm for the Rest of the School Year

March 29, 2021

We are disappointed, but not surprised.  On Tuesday, March 23, 2021, the Santa Ana Unified School District (SAUSD) school board hosted a meeting to address plans for K-12 students returning to school....

Our class photo in the center with a few phrases from some of our journalists' reflections of the past year since the March 13, 2020, lockdown.

A Year in Reflection: Stories from the Newsroom One Year After it all Began or Ended

March 13, 2021

Editor's Note: The following is a reflection from our editor-in-chief, Wendy Rodriguez. One year. One year after it all began--or ended.  March seems like an eternity. Yet, here we are, one year...

Trying to be Optimistic about the Future

Trying to be Optimistic about the Future

March 13, 2021

This all started on March 13, 2020. Although most students were very happy, since it was basically school in the comfort of their homes, it wasn’t for me. I was worried about how my classes would run...

Tips from the CDC on how to be safe during the pandemic.

On the Case: Investigator for COVID-19 Infections Connects the Dots

February 17, 2021

Godinez alumni and former journalism student, Jessica Jimenez, works with contact tracers in Orange County as a case investigator. The purpose of contact tracers is to inform any patients who have been...

Orange County COVID-19 case investigator, Jessica Jimenez, at her workspace in her home. She works a full day as part of the contact tracing program connecting the dots of people who have tested positive for the coronavirus.

COVID-19 Continues to Change Lives in Orange County

February 17, 2021

With over 242,000 confirmed cases of COVID-19 with 3,848 deaths in Orange County, Calif., and 44,000+ in Santa Ana, it is clear that the coronavirus has had a major impact on our community.  Now more...

A graph showing the percentage of votes that approved and decline each 
proposition in 2020 election.

Results You Need to Know About California Propositions

December 2, 2020

With the 2020 presidential election decided, results from California’s 12 propositions are in.  This year's propositions decided on taxes, government, housing, healthcare, businesses, and employee...

Eager to teach, AP Human Geography and AP Government teacher, Megan Blash, has her two computers out ready for her next class.

Students and Teachers Pay the Price of Online Learning

October 19, 2020

With the city of Santa Ana having the highest numbers of COVID-19 cases in Orange County, schools in the Santa Ana Unified School District (SAUSD) continue distance learning for the start of the 2020-2021...

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