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The Orange & Green

Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Beatriz Herrera, Staff Reporter October 15, 2021

Did you know that October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month? Breast cancer occurs when cancer cells form on any breast tissue. No one knows when breast cancer forms because it is a mutation, but some...

Teacher of the Week- Mr. Diaz

Teacher of the Week- Mr. Diaz

Bobby Marshall, Staff Reporter October 15, 2021

“My name is Joshua Mathew Diaz or Mr. Diaz. I am from Woodlake, California. I teach World History. I went to Fresno State University and I went to college for a bachelor's degree in social science....

The HoCo Edition of Karen in the Quad

The HoCo Edition of Karen in the Quad

Karen Hidalgo, Staff Reporter October 13, 2021

The candidates remind us who they are and the fun they had before Friday's BIG Announcement during the Football Game Halftime Show. Click the link to watch the video.

More Vaccine Mandates

More Vaccine Mandates

Rosali Flores, Editor October 13, 2021

You may have heard that Governor Newsom recently mandated all students to have the COVID-19 vaccine in order to attend school. But do you know the details, like when, or why? This mandate will go into...

Poor Richards Pizza- New Owner Who Dis?

Poor Richard’s Pizza- New Owner Who Dis?

Kymberly Rojas, Staff Reporter October 8, 2021

Poor Richard’s Pizza has been open on Main Street here in Porterville since 1970. The first real pizza place in town was originally owned by Mike Freeman. Chris Diaz, Victoria Diaz, and Hussain Rayani...

Coming to America

Coming to America

Rosali Flores, Staff Editor October 6, 2021

This year, Porterville High School is hosting two foreign exchange students, seniors Aruna Angsabek and Bakhtiyar Memmedzade. (Whenever foreign exchange students attend our high school, they are automatically...

Students Who Work

Students Who Work

Beatriz Herrera, Staff Reporter October 5, 2021

In high school, it’s common for students to have jobs. There are nearly 30% of high school students who are employed in the United States. Most high school students get jobs in the fast-food industry...

Order your El Granito Yearbook by November 5th to secure the lowest price of the year. Seniors be on the lookout for a special offer coming just for you!

Yearbooks on Sale- Senior Special through November 5th

Bobby Marshall, Staff Reporter October 4, 2021

The El Granito Yearbook staff has officially announced that 2022 El Granito’s are able to be preordered, and senior ads are now available for purchase too. Yearbooks are currently $75 but on November...

Karen in the Quad- Week 2

Karen Hidalgo, Staff Reporter October 4, 2021

PHS Celebrates College Day

PHS Celebrates College Day

Beatriz Herrera, Staff Reporter October 1, 2021

Porterville Unified School District has selected October 1, as College Day, a day is intended to motivate students to go to college. Traditionally, October 1st is the first day that colleges begin accepting...

Suicide Prevention Month

Suicide Prevention Month

Beatriz Herrera, Staff Reporter October 1, 2021

Did you know that September was Suicide Prevention Awareness Month? Last month was dedicated to making people more informed about this subject which can be difficult to talk about, but not that many people...

What Won You Over This Week?

Karen Hidalgo, Staff Reporter October 1, 2021

With so many different HOCO campaign tactics being used this week, which do you think is going to persuade you into voting for a candidate? Or was your mind already made up when they announced who the...

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