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Photo from the Womens March on Washington D.C. Taken Jan. 21, 2017.

Controversy Strikes Over a Supreme Court Leak

May 18, 2022

Roe v Wade is the court case that ruled, "the protection of pregnant people to have the choice of abortion without government restrictions" on January 22, 1973.  Lately, there has been a lot of discussion...

Vanessa Alonso committed to attend UCSD in the fall on April 29, 2022. Alonso will be majoring in International Business and says that she chose UCSD because, “I felt really at home with that campus when I visited, and the major along with the financial aid they provided me, made it easier for me to choose UCSD.”

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Vanessa Alonso committed to attend UCSD in the fall on April 29, 2022. Alonso will be majoring in International Business and says that she chose UCSD because, “I felt really at home with that campus...

GFHS student Isabella Nevarez files her client’s nails for preparation before she adds and paints an artificial nail. Photo taken on March 23, 2022 from her Instagram @angelicsets_

Keeping Up With Grizzlies And Their Side Hustles

March 25, 2022

It’s no secret that many students have a job to earn extra cash. However, some students have taken a more creative approach and earn that money by working for themselves instead of an employer. Many...

Dance Team performs at the Winter Carnival on February 10, 2022.

Winter Carnival Returns Bigger Than Ever

February 16, 2022

Godinez Fundamental High School's annual Winter Carnival made a comeback on February 10, 2022. Although the COVID-19 protocols created several restrictions on what clubs can sell to fundraise, there was...

Vanessa Alonso and Kayley Frias-Ceballos collect ticket entrance fees to raise money for the Class of 2022.

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Vanessa Alonso and Kayley Frias-Ceballos collect ticket entrance fees to raise money for the Class of 2022.

The Environmental Club sells succulents to fundraise money.

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The Environmental Club sells succulents to fundraise money.

Art Club fundraises by selling hot chocolate and conchas.

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Art Club fundraises by selling hot chocolate and conchas.

ASB fundraises for their club by hosting a marriage booth where people received a photo strip and a marriage certificate.

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ASB fundraises for their club by hosting a marriage booth where people received a photo strip and a marriage certificate.

Dynamics Dance Crew pose as they wait for their cue to perform.

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Dynamics Dance Crew pose as they wait for their cue to perform.

Attendees of the Winter Carnival have fun as they dance to the Caballo Dorado.

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Attendees of the Winter Carnival have fun as they dance to the Caballo Dorado.

ASB Senate brings attention to their paleta booth with a decorative sign held by Juan Lopez.

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ASB Senate brings attention to their paleta booth with a decorative sign held by Juan Lopez.

Coach Aaron Raya is pied for Freshman Avid Fundraiser.

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Coach Aaron Raya is pied for Freshman Avid Fundraiser.

Freshmen ASB members fundraising with a sale of popcorn

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Freshmen ASB members fundraising with a sale of popcorn

Natalie Eulloqui, Ariana Hernandez, and Melanie Munoz sell cotton candy to fundraise for the class of 2023.

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Natalie Eulloqui, Ariana Hernandez, and Melanie Munoz sell cotton candy to fundraise for the class of 2023.

Don’t Set Your Expectations High This Year, Santa Will Be Late With Your Gifts

Don’t Set Your Expectations High This Year, Santa Will Be Late With Your Gifts

November 28, 2021

Ship, ship, ship; lots of orders have been backed up and/or delayed due to too many cargo ships waiting to unload their cargos. What used to be delivered in two days has now been delayed and takes a week,...

This year’s Homecoming is titled “A Night In Neverland” and is to take place October 23, 2021 from 8 p.m. to 11 p.m.

Homecoming Makes a Comeback

October 14, 2021

After many cancellations of school events due to COVID-19 restrictions, Godinez Fundamental High School is finally having their first big in-person event, Homecoming. The theme of the dance is “A...

Senior Allison Elizalde was one of the few students who received the nasal swab instead of the cheek swab, which was very painful. As for her thoughts on the overall testing, she said For it being the first time it was okay. I hope next week all tests will be consistent and the same for everyone. Elizalde likes the idea of weekly testing because it keeps all students safe.

[Photo] District Wide COVID-19 Testing Starts at Godinez

September 28, 2021

Senior Allison Elizalde was one of the few students who received the nasal swab instead of the cheek swab, which "was very painful." As for her thoughts on the overall testing, she said "For it being the...

Doctor discusses the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine with the patient as she gets ready to receive it at the vaccination site at Segerstrom High School on Monday May 3, 2020 at 2:15 p.m.

Students in OC Get Vaccinated

May 18, 2021

California is starting to get a sense of normal as COVID-19 vaccines continue to roll out. It has been a long road since December 14, 2020, when the first vaccine was given in the United States to Sandra...

Sophomore, Katheryn Rodriguez, from Valley High School works in class alongside her cousin Jesus Perez who is doing homework at the kitchen table.

High Schoolers Struggle To Keep Up With Studies While Helping Out At Home

March 24, 2021

As many school districts around Orange County start to see light at the end of the tunnel, many SAUSD students continue to face daily struggles as they continue virtual learning from home.  For many...

Tested Positive for COVID-19

Tested Positive for COVID-19

March 13, 2021

On Friday, March 13, 2020, things got serious. By the time the school day ended, students were leaving in excitement, looking forward to the so-called “four week break,” we had ahead of us. Not bothering...

An organized school workspace,  like the writers, shows she is ready to start the day’s assignments.

It’s Never Too Late for a Fresh Start: Here are some Tips for the New Semester

February 3, 2021

Transitioning into the second half of the school year can be hard after a hopefully, relaxing break. Let's try to make it a goal to have better habits while we continue online learning. Here are some tips...

A house in Tustin, Calif. is fully decorated with  colorful lights surrounded by lit up candy canes. Photo taken at 6:47 p.m. on December 1, 2020.

Tis the Season to be Socially Distanced

December 2, 2020

Many Americans are experiencing pandemic fatigue. And as the holiday season approaches, many are in desperate need of a bit of Christmas spirit outside of their home. But with COVID-19 cases rising...

Sophomore Patricia Lizardi who is in the frosh-soph volleyball team practices her serves in her backyard. Photo taken October 10, 2020 at 6:06 p.m.

[Photo] Late Start to Fall Season Concerns Athletes

October 9, 2020

Sophomore Patricia Lizardi who is in the frosh-soph volleyball team practices her serves in her backyard. Photo taken October 10, 2020 at 6:06 p.m.

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