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  • February 21Attention SMHS Students: Unfortunately, the Sadie Hawkins Dance has been cancelled due to lack of ticket sales
  • February 20Juniors and Seniors- If you are interested in attending Hancock College’s Career Exploration, please pick up a permission slip in the College and Career Center
  • February 15No school this Friday (2/16) and Monday (2/19)!
  • February 15Congrats to our girls basketball team for their 1st round CIF win over Pioneer Valley! Score: 61:33
  • February 14Congrats to the boys varsity boys basketball team for a CIF playoff win over Sanger West High School 73-64! Our Saints advance to the quarterfinals vs #1 seed Coalinga!
  • February 14Juniors & Seniors: Interested in attending Hancock College’s Career Exploration on March 8th? Pick up a permission slip with Ms. Acosta in the Library.
  • February 14Last chance to buy a Valentine gram from the Saints band! (2/14)
  • February 14French Club is selling plush keychains and heart cookies for $1 today! (2/14)
  • February 14Ag Department will be selling flowers today! (2/14)
  • February 8The Saints Band will be selling Valentine's Grams by the band shelter during break, lunch, and after school for $3, $5, or $8
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Let’s Picture the Week of December 4th-8th, 2023

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  • 12/4/23-In Mrs. Van D’s class from above, you can see labor workers working in front of the school. Doing some gardening most likely.

  • 12/5/23-Work is being done on the soon to come Softball field. Right now, it may just look like a big ol’ patch of dirt but in the upcoming year it should look much better!

  • 12/5/23-Mrs. Hammond’s 4th period class made Chocolate Crinkle Cookies. Very sweet if I do say so myself.

  • 12/5/23-French Club members are working to get things ready for the upcoming Winter Fair.

  • 12/6/23-While this may not be on school campus it’s certainly close by it. As I was waiting for the public bus, I noticed that they put up these Peanuts character cut outs. You got characters, like Charlie Brown, Linus and obviously Snoopy in the Christmas spirit.

  • 12/7/23-It’s Future Saints Nights. An event we have here at school for the upcoming Freshman. They can check out all the clubs, electives and other resources that will be available to them next year.

  • 12/7/23-It’s Future Saints Nights. An event we have here at school for the upcoming Freshman. They can check out all the clubs, electives and other resources that will be available to them next year.

  • 12/7/23-It’s Future Saints Nights. An event we have here at school for the upcoming Freshman. They can check out all the clubs, electives and other resources that will be available to them next year. We can see the students from Ballet Folklorico about to start their dance.

  • 12/7/23-Mrs. Van D and her students posing for the picture. Here to represent the Journalism class at Future Saints Night.

  • 12/8/23-Students are out enjoying their lunch break checking out the Winter Fair. Playing games and buying snacks to enjoy the day.

  • 12/8/23-Students are out enjoying their lunch break checking out the Winter Fair. Playing games and buying snacks to enjoy the day.

  • 12/8/23-Students are out enjoying their lunch break checking out the Winter Fair. Playing games and buying snacks to enjoy the day.

  • 12/8/23-Students are out enjoying their lunch break checking out the Winter Fair. Playing games and buying snacks to enjoy the day.

  • 12/8/23-Students are out enjoying their lunch break checking out the Winter Fair. Playing games and buying snacks to enjoy the day.

  • 12/8/23-Students are out enjoying their lunch break checking out the Winter Fair. Playing games and buying snacks to enjoy the day.

  • 12/8/23-Students are out enjoying their lunch break checking out the Winter Fair. Playing games and buying snacks to enjoy the day.

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Rodrigo Garcia, Contributor
My name is Rodrigo Garcia. This will be my first and final year as a Breeze Contributor as I am now a senior. If I would've known about the Journalism class earlier, I definitely would've joined. As I mentioned already, I'm a senior, Class of 2024. Some goals that I have while working on the Breeze is to hopefully release more podcast episodes, get even more articles published than before, and hopefully start doing some video production. I've always been pretty decent with handling video production so once we hopefully start to do videos, I could be a helping hand with it. Some stuff I like to do in my free time is draw. I usually prefer to draw digitally on my computer. Traditional drawing, not so much. I don't mind it, but I usually sketch when it comes to traditional drawing. But in all honesty, I love all things art. I even try to read books to understand the past history of art. I also love to play video games. I've been playing video games for most of my time being alive. I don't play very often because of school and other stuff I prioritize but I still try my best to make time to play a game whether if it's by myself or with my sister, it's all fine with me. I like to do voice acting/voice impressions. As someone who's been watching TV for years there's no doubt that the interest of mimicking voices was something I liked. I'm pretty good with doing voices from cartoons from the 60's to early 2000's. If you know some kind of show, chances are I might have a voice impression for that. I also love to go on walks. I'm not the sporty type of person but I always appreciate a nice walk, especially in the afternoons. I try to take long walks with my dog, but he gets easily distracted by the slightest noise or thing so he's all over the place, making it pretty annoying even to just walk to the other side of the area. I really hope we get a lot of work done this year to keep the staff and students informed of all types of media. As well as getting creative not only here on The Breeze, but on campus as well.
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