All freshmen, sophomores, Advancement Via Individual Determination (A.V.I.D.) and Pathways students received free phones as part of a grant from Sprint and the Sprint Foundation Aug. 29-31.
by DIANA DIAZ
Valedictorian Evelyn Wong and co- salutatorians Madeline Klepzig and Jordan Leong will represent their class at the commencement ceremony to be held June 13 at 6 p.m. in the Weingart Stadium at East Los Angeles College (ELAC).
by EVELYN WONG
The road to success isn’t smooth. It’s filled with curve balls, strike outs and uneven playing fields.
by DOMINIQUE LIE
For the first time in school history, the girls water polo team won a California Interscholastic Federation Southern Section (CIF-SS) Division 2 Championship, Feb. 25, earning Schurr’s first CIF win by a female team.
by RYAN HSU
Joe David won Mr. Schurr High, besting the other finalists at the annual event held by Renaissance March 10 in the auditorium.
by AMANDA GONZALEZ
Despite the common belief that social media is destructive to teenagers’ confidence, recent research done by the University of California, Irvine, has proven that posting selfies can actually help boost self-esteem.
(-Ingredients-procedure-own will Purpose: is to motivate, push people to look toward the future instead of dwelling and regretting) Steps: Preset mind to 350 degrees of positivity. Having a bright attitude is the […]
BY DOMINIQUE LIE
“I have nothing to write about.”
BY RYAN HSU
As the buzzer signals the end of the game, a sixth-grade Lonzo Ball celebrates with his teammates as they grab a victory from their eighth grade opponents.
BY KIA HARLAN
Continuing season, varsity and JV grapplers will compete in the West Coast Classic at Rosemead today and tomorrow.
BY ANNA MINASYAN
After their first home game of the preseason, the varsity lady cagers look to the four-day long Santiago tournament beginning Dec. 19.
FEATURING MARIO RIZO
Finals can be a very stressful and scary time for students.
BY MELLISA MULIA
Although some students’ plans for a dream Winter break may consist of Netflix and sleep, there are a multitude of activities, from ice-skating to firework gazing, that can ‘light’ up the holidays and make long-lasting memories.
BY JOSHUA BOLUS
Spring semester classes for East Los Angeles College (ELAC) and the Regional Occupational Program (ROP) start in January and February.
BY EDDIE LU
To conserve electricity as well as provide a shaded parking area for faculty and students, solar panels are being installed in the upper and lower parking lots.
BY JACKY SHUM
Following their concluding fall semester performances, Spartan Band and Orchestra members will be preparing for the festival held by Southern California School Band and Orchestra Association (SCSBOA) in March.