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Thanksgiving Traditions
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Thanksgiving Traditions
Beatriz Herrera, Reporter • November 23, 2021
Mr. Ian Johnson of the Science Department
Teacher Feature of the Week- Mr. Johnson
Bobby Marshall, Staff Reporter • November 23, 2021
American Indian Heritage Month
American Indian Heritage Month
Karen Hidalgo, Staff Reporter • November 23, 2021
Junior Ceramics student, Julissa Delgado shows the mug that she just completed in Ms. Hernandezs class.
ART STUDENT FEATURE- Julissa Delgado
Jaaci Patterson, Staff Reporter • November 24, 2021

Sophomore, Julissa Delgado, is The Orange & Green's first featu red artist. Julissa's inspirations arise from her surroundings as she adds...

Thanksgiving Traditions
Thanksgiving Traditions
Beatriz Herrera, Reporter • November 23, 2021

Watch the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade Break the wishbone for good luck Share what you’re most thankful for Watch...

Thanksgiving Dad Jokes
Thanksgiving "Dad" Jokes
November 22, 2021

1. With Coronavirus being a possible concern this year, what’s likely to be the most popular side dish? Masked potatoes. 2. What did...

Chanelle Milan, Ahna Davis, Claire Lee, and Maycee Hyder after the presentation of the Valley Championship plaque.
Girls' Water Polo Wins Valley Championship
Rosali Flores, Editor • November 16, 2021

This Saturday, November 13, the Water Polo Girls defeated El Diamante in the Valley Championship Game. At the Strathmore High School Pool, the...

Cross Country EYL Championships
Beatriz Herrera, Reporter • November 12, 2021
The girls tennis team won the EYL as an undefeated team. Individually Elle and Sierra are moving on into Area! Due to the girls winning EYL undefeated, they got to have a pizza party at Poor Richards. As of now the girls tennis team moved further into playoffs. They went to the coast to play against Righetti High School in Santa Maria. Phs won 5-4 with some complications.  In the singles Elle Muak, Sierra Weisenberger, Rylee Jones, all won. In doubles Zahra Rayani and Aracely Perez lost the first set and came back during the second set, then ended up winning the tie breaker. Meanwhile Rylee Jones and Delaney Nix were winning and unfortunately Delaney Nix had a malfunction with her eye. Sadly, they had to forfeit the game which meant that the two teams were tied 4-4. All the pressure was on Sierra and Elle, and of course they didn’t let them down. They Won smoothly and put the team score at 5-4! The team is now moving into the quarter finals in Paso Robles on Tuesday November 2nd.
Tennis Finishes EYL Undefeated
Zahra Rayani, Staff Reporter • November 8, 2021
Football Comes to an End for the Season
Karen Hidalgo, Staff Reporter • November 8, 2021
Junior Ceramics student, Julissa Delgado shows the mug that she just completed in Ms. Hernandezs class.
ART STUDENT FEATURE- Julissa Delgado
Jaaci Patterson, Staff Reporter • November 24, 2021

Sophomore, Julissa Delgado, is The Orange & Green's first featu red artist. Julissa's inspirations arise from her surroundings as she adds...

Mr. Ian Johnson of the Science Department
Teacher Feature of the Week- Mr. Johnson
Bobby Marshall, Staff Reporter • November 23, 2021

This week we introduce you to Mr. Johnson as our teacher feature of the week. He is a part of our Science Department and The Health and Science...

American Indian Heritage Month
American Indian Heritage Month
Karen Hidalgo, Staff Reporter • November 23, 2021

National American Indian Heritage Month was originally just a day in November 26, 1915, when the annual Congress of the American Indian Association...

What are your plans for Thanksgiving?
What are your plans for Thanksgiving?
Rosali Flores, Editor • November 23, 2021

"I plan on spending time with family and take a break from school." -Jesus Perez, senior "I plan to spend time with my family and just have...

I Am Thankful for...
I Am Thankful for...
The O&G Staff, Staff Reporter • November 19, 2021

-"...for my friends." -Milagros Martinez, junior "...my family friends, and our health." -Jazmin Lopez, junior "...for the gym, because...

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