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Senior Reminder: turn in textbooks

Posted on May 31, 2019 by in News

Senior Reminder: turn in textbooks

Sharon Ulloa

Chronicle Reporter

As graduation is approaching, seniors main priority is to walk the stage. A big requirement is making sure you do not have any fines or late fees.

It is important for seniors to make sure they do not owe anything by Tuesday, June 4, as rehearsal for graduation begins.

Students who play sports have to make sure they have turned in their uniforms in. Also, a senior can not have textbooks owed or fines are due in order to replace the book that is missing. Those textbooks can range from $15 to up to $200 if not turned in. Many online websites offer good quality replacements at a reasonable price. Lunch fines not paid can also ruin your plan of attending graduation.

“I tell students to make sure they have spoken to each office for their fines before rehearsal to be cleared,” said Ms. Elizabeth Payne.

Students who do not take responsibility and make up their fines will be taken out during rehearsals.

Graduation will be held at the Hollywood Bowl on June 6 at 5pm.

Get your vote in at Prom

Posted on May 17, 2019 by in News

Get your vote in at Prom

Sharon Ulloa

Chronicle Reporter

Prom is right around the corner, this Saturday, May 18. Students attending will meet up at the Bonaventure Hotel at 7pm and will last till 12am. 

Prom Court applications were due on Friday, May 10. Requirements to run for the positions were: write an one page essay and a headshot of yourself. 

There are four nominees running for prom court this year. Two prom Queens and two Kings. Heidi Paniagua, Violet Tirado, Chandler Johnson, and Ali Dugaly. 

Voting for the nominees will end 9:30pm, so make sure you get your vote in. 

Get ready for this years Powderpuff

Posted on April 5, 2019 by in News

Get ready for this years Powderpuff

Sharon Ulloa

Chronicle Reporter

PowderPuff started practices this week. 

Powderpuff Football has been a high school tradition for decades. It is a fun way to show school spirit and motivate participation with students. Hollywood’s PowderPuff event dates back to more than 25 years. 

“I am excited for this years powderpuff, hopefully seniors take the win,” said SAS 12th grade, Lesley Lujan.

The game is played with a team of senior girls versus a team of junior girls, while boys coach the girls and cheerlead for them. 

This years powderpuff is set on May 26. Newcomers are welcomed to join. Practices are held from Tuesday’s to Thursday, 3:30pm to 5:00pm. 


Becoming drought free

Posted on March 19, 2019 by in News

Becoming drought free

Sharon Ulloa

Chronicle Reporter

California is officially drought free for the first time in a decade. Since 2011, the state has about just 7% dry areas. 

Over the last winter, rainstorms and snow has helped restore dry conditions. Southern California like San Diego and Riverside still contain dry areas but have improved. Rainstorms in California gave about 580 billion gallons of water across the state. 

The recovery has been slow. Meteorologists have predicted more rainstorms to come and help more soil moisture. 

Take part in #SavingDemocracy

Posted on February 22, 2019 by in News

Take part in #SavingDemocracy

Sharon Ulloa

Chronicle Reporter

Scholastic Journalism Week is almost coming to an end. Today being #savingdemocracy, we are set to remember the true meaning of democracy. 

Students all around the U.S. are speaking up about democratic legitimacy. Yet good government is impossible without limiting democracy in some way.

“I believe Scholastic Journalism Week has brought up what democracy is to the government and it’s people to many students around the country,” said Lesley Lujan, 12th grade, SAS. 

Tomorrow will be #newvoices, #studentvoice. Make sure to come to room #502 during lunch to speak up towards something you believe in!

Get prepared for the rain

Posted on February 1, 2019 by in News

Get prepared for the rain

Sharon Ulloa

Chronicle Reporter

Weather in Los Angeles has been different everyday. Some days are sunny and 75 degrees, while the next day has been pouring with bad thunder.

Staying updated and being prepare is very important. Many students have unfortunately forgotten about bringing umbrellas and wearing proper attire. Thinking ahead a day earlier is crucial for this week’s weather.

After a series of unexpected climate, Hollywood weather this upcoming week will be unusual.


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