LAUSD schools remain closed

Posted on March 24, 2020 by in Announcements, News

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Bertha Escobar Chronicle Reporter

On Monday, March 23, LAUSD announced that schools will remain closed till May 1. Schools were going to open on March 30 but COVID-19 cases kept extending more over time. Therefore, keeping schools closed will help prevent students from getting the virus going, within and leaving school campus. “I wish I could tell you it will all be back to normal sometime soon, but it does not look like that will be the case,” Beutner states. The district is looking for ways to help students continue their education. Even though, many students are not satisfied with having school closed because of the amount of assignments being given while being stuck at  home. However, staying safe and healthy should always be a priority for everyone.

After prom funtivites

Posted on March 21, 2020 by in Entertainment

After prom funtivites

Bertha Escobar Chronicle Reporter

With prom being postponed from April 3 to May 15, there is still a lot of time to plan on what to after prom later that night or the day after? And here we got you covered with the five top safest and funnest choices to choose from.

After prom, you will eventually get hungry at some point, so what better to go out and eat with all your friends. Many restaurants are open late near that area. Few restuarants are The Dragon and Meeple, Ihop, Wingstop, Mcdonald’s and many more. Second, if you want to continue the fun, attend an after party to make the best out of your senior night. Third, most students rather have sleepovers or a ‘friends night in’ to catch up with all the juicy gossip that happened at prom. Some fun activites to do inside are play games, eat snacks while watching a movie or play video games. Fourth, if you’re in for an adventure, gather your friends and head out to the beach, for a bonfire weekend. You could bring all types of snacks and listen to music. Fifth, a relaxing brunch is always necessary and its a nice way to start you spring break fun with your friends or family.  Always remember to clean after yourself, stay safe and have fun at prom. 

Culinary arts now open

Posted on January 23, 2020 by in Announcements

cooking class

Bertha Escobar

Chronicle Reporter

Last year, culinary arts was mentioned that it would be open to students for fifth period for spring semester. Mr. Papa is the instructor for the cooking classes that began this semester.

However, it has not started as well as expected. The class has more than 40 students, which is a big number for such a subject. There is still a lot of cleaning and organizing to do.

Mr.Papa is currently seeking for new ideas to make money to have proper cooking products and students are helping adjusting the rooms. Despite this rough start, every student is excited to learn to cook delicious meals and the instructor is ready to teach his students the art of cooking.

Seniors to present project on Thursday

Posted on December 6, 2019 by in News

Senior Project

Bertha Escobar

Chronicle Reporter

Next week on Dec. 12, around 200 seniors will be presenting in their professional attire, in front of judges. The judges will give a you a score and that will be included in the grade for English 12.

Students in English 12 are required to present in order top walk on stage at the Hollywood Bowl in June.

As we know, once becoming a senior, it is a tradition to either take AP Literature or do the senior project. The senior project was encouraged in our school to show students independency with their own topic, research, ideas, designs, and to reach out for their own mentor. This year, seniors had less time to work on their projects than last year when the presentation was in May.

Students successfully found their mentor, wrote a 10-12 page essay, and have completed their service hours. The last step now is completing their overall slides of their research about what they have learned throughout their journey and presenting.

Homecoming dance is around the corner

Posted on October 15, 2019 by in News

Homecoming dance is around the corner

Bertha Escobar

Chronicle Reporter

‘Bring It On’ to the dance floor this year with your ‘jazz squares’ because Hollywood’s homecoming dance theme this year is the 2000’s. So come out and join an old school night with us at school.

Ensure you make ‘fetch’ happen and be ready to ‘bend and snap’ on everyone. You must dress to impress to show school spirit. Get your plaid skirts with cardigans on or your cropped tops and denim jeans with your shades to make the night ‘grool’.

This years dance will be held in the big gym just like last years on Oct. 19. Doors will be open at 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. Food and Snacks will be sold there.

Purchase your hoco tickets now during lunch at the quad for only $15 before Oct. 18. You could still buy tickets the same day of the dance for $20. So hurry and purchase them now while cheaper. It will be a night to remember. 


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