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FAFSA Application And Procrastinators Don’t Mix

“Attention Seniors! The FAFSA deadline is coming up and make sure you apply in order to get aid for college”
All of us Seniors remember these reminders from the bulletin and all those texts and emails that Ms. Zarco and Mrs. Jauregui would send out along with workshop reminders to help for those who are having trouble or confused about the steps of applying, but even then a lot of us procrastinators didn’t start the application until the deadline which was March 2nd!

by · March 5, 2015 · 0 comments · opinion

Softball Swings Back

This last Saturday Redwood’s varsity softball team played Tulare Western High School for a double header. They one the first game 17-1 in 5 innings and the second game 8-6 in 12 innings. Crimson Kaiser 15’ Believes the team played better than they thought. ” With half of our key […]

by · March 3, 2015 · 0 comments · sports
Moving To Semi Finals

Moving To Semi Finals

Thursday February 27, the Redwood girls varsity basketball team took a victory over Monache in their first playoff game at the Redwood home gym. The game started out rough for the rangers, but as the game continued, the girls finished with a 82-51 win. The girls fought the entire game […]

by · March 3, 2015 · 0 comments · sports
FBLA Officers

FBLA Officers

2015, FBLA elections have taken place and Redwood is proud to present the new leaders of the club. This year, Alyssa Herrera, ‘16, has been elected president, Ruth Ang, ‘16, has been elected historian and Kate Sapasap, ‘18, has been elected as Central Section Treasurer. Alyssa Herrera, ‘16, said, “I […]

The Book Drought

Other than water, another resource that Visalia needs more of is bookstores. When I took a weekend to go with my mother and sister up to San Francisco to see the city, we also visited a famous bookstore called, “City Lights Bookstores”, where Jack Kerouac wrote his famous novel, On the Road, and where Lawrence Ferlinghetti, commonly known as The Father of Poetry, wrote many of his famous poems.

by · February 27, 2015 · 2 comments · opinion
So You Think You Can Dance?

So You Think You Can Dance?

Redwood’s Dance Department will hold auditions for the intermediate, advanced and dance force groups for the next school year. The advanced dance teacher, Mrs. Lapp, has high expectations for the girls that are auditioning. There are a variety techniques and personalities they have to achieve to get into the advanced […]

by · February 26, 2015 · 0 comments · arts and entertainment

Newscast Program Comes to XL

Newscast is an after school program which premiered the first day of this semester and focuses primarily on sports. Unlike journalism, Newscast focuses on creating videos. Their meetings are held Tuesdays and Thursdays after school at 3:30 in room 71. Fridays, the group’s focus is to gather all information and […]

by · February 25, 2015 · 0 comments · arts and entertainment

Face-to-Face

Don’t get me wrong I love having a cell phone just like any other teenager in today’s day in age but I also believe that, although we have the great advantage of mobile phones, that we should still keep up with talking to others face-to-face. It may seem like a hassle when you can just send someone a text with the same information you could discuss in person, which is fine when you’re not in the same room, but if you are within feet of the person you are trying to contact I think it should be a given that you would just walk up to the person you wish to talk to and say what you need to.

by · February 25, 2015 · 0 comments · opinion
Senior Nights

Senior Nights

Senior Nights are a big deal here at Redwood. They recognize all the hard work and dedication Seniors have achieved in different extra curricular activities. Each Senior who is involved in sports, choir, band, or some other extra curricular, has a chance to be recognized by not only their family, but by their school. It is a way to show the appreciation the school has for our Seniors.

by · February 25, 2015 · 0 comments · opinion
Their Business is Your Health

Their Business is Your Health

Every year Redwood FBLA does a service project to help better the community. This year, the theme was “Healthy Living: I’m loving it!”. This past weekend, FBLA officers encouraged others to come out and participate in a fun run. Chase Garrett (’15), the Vice President said that he and the […]

by · February 24, 2015 · 0 comments · clubs and lifestyles