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High school Dropout Rates and Covid

Every year high school drop out rates have been  increasing and  students are leaving their education for last.  This year has been a very difficult year for everyone, but especially for high school students; because of COVID- 19, schools have shut down and students have had to do online school to finish the semester of last school year and start the new school year online again. Below are s…

Read more → November 19, 2020 8:02pm
Anna Ruiz, Emily Maqueda

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    ♡ Leslee Quintanar ♡
      Hai! ☆ My name is Leslee, I am a 17 year old senior at Santa Maria High School! At last my final year. I do wan
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    Celeste Segura
    Hi my name celeste segura,  I’m 18 years old and a senior at Santa Maria high school. This is my first year takin
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    Isaac Vazquez
    Hi, my name is Isaac Vazquez, I am a senior at Santa Maria High School. I was born on September, 10 2003. I live with bo
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    DACA and What it Means to YOU.
    Do you know someone that has been affected by DACA? Or are you one of those students? Have you asked yourself what that
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    What’s Good? A World-Wide School Lunch Comparison
    Cafeteria Food Across the World   From plain to exotic, foods across the world range in different shapes, sizes, ta
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    Ariadna Romero: Guiding Her Community
    No matter where you’re heading to on campus, whether your speed-walking to get to your class or breezing by becaus

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