Home EC Needs a Comeback

Ben Truong, Staff Writer

January 23, 2020

Learning to cook and how to care for a family were once topics you could learn in a Home Ec class here at Poway prior to 2009.  Home Economics is essential at Poway because it prepares students for a life ahead of high school ...

HOLIDAYS HITTING DIFFERENT

Maddie Duley, In-Depth Editor

December 19, 2019

A warm, exciting tingle shoots through my body as I snuggle deeper under the covers. I am filled with anticipation, knowing the “thumps” and “thuds” I hear on the roof are Santa’s reindeer. While in retrospect it seems...

NEW GATES FOR THE NEW YEAR MEANS NEW RULES

Elijah Thompson, Staff writer

December 19, 2019

Students seem unsettled after the announcement that the campus will soon be further secured by the addition of new fencing and gates. The idea of walking carelessly on and off campus during lunch and before or after school appears...

PAYING COLLEGE ATHLETES THE RIGHT WAY TO GO

Jonny Richardson, Staff Writer

December 18, 2019

Across the nation, student-athletes are leaving their campus after a hard day of college classes. They have even harder work coming up for themselves; sports. Often times athletes spend 20-30 hours on their sport each work, add t...

CHRISTMAS SPIRIT TAKES OVER

Mandy Edwards, Online Editor

December 18, 2019

As the years go by, it seems like Christmas comes sooner every year. People go shopping for Halloween and boom! there's Santa Claus and his elves with big sale signs all over. Although this may be good for sales it disrupts the Thanksgiving...

CROSSFIRE: Later Start Times Cause Controversy Among Students

Autumn Zusman and Jordan Lutke

December 6, 2019

PRO: An early start time of 7:30 a.m. is a problem for student’s education, safety, and overall mental health. Changing the start time to 8:30 a.m. at Poway High would help the students in all these categories making the...

THANKSGIVING REFOCUSED AROUND GRATITUDE

Willa Haeseler, Staff Writer

December 6, 2019

What is the first thing you think of when you hear “Thanksgiving?” Maybe it is the sweet, sizzling turkey on the table each year, or that full feeling in your stomach at the end of the night after appreciating the day with...

CROSSFIRE: SHOULD THE SCHOOL DAY AFTER HALLOWEEN BE OFF?

Eva Rethmeier and Jordan Ludtke

November 15, 2019

Con: Halloween is the one day out of the year that a kid can eat a superfluous amount of candy, listen to scary stories, dress up, and stay out past bedtime to trick or treat. Some high school students strongly believe that ...

SHAME AND BLAME

SHAME AND BLAME

June 7, 2019

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