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Beware of What You Share

Beware of What You Share

Danielle Mahler

On Monday, May 1st 2017 Sahuaro's assembly was used to inform students of the dangers of using the internet, and how to use it safely. Sahuaro's guest speaker began by explaining some ways to use the internet dangerously. His...

May 3, 2017No Comments

Patterson Becoming a Bobcat

Patterson Becoming a Bobcat

Jessica Luna and Jordan Valenzuela

Economic and Government teacher, as well as wrestling and freshman football coach, Christopher Patterson announced after the wrestling season he will not be returning as a Cougar for next school year. Patterson will be leavin...

May 2, 2017No Comments

Last Spirit Week of the School Year!

Last Spirit Week of the School Year!

Giselle Enriquez, Editor-In-Chief

Sahuaro Spirit Week is April 17,2017 through April 21, 2017! It's time to go all out for the last spirit week of the school year! Seniors, this is your last high school spirit week ever! Monday: Mathlete Vs. Athlete ...

April 13, 2017No Comments

How to win a free prom ticket!

How to win a free prom ticket!

Jessica Luna, Associate-Editor-in-Chief

Every year at Sahuaro there has been a super cool promposal competition to win free tickets, however with some new changes that will not be happening. Fortunately, it's still possible to win a free prom ticket. By attending...

April 3, 2017No Comments

Prom Theme Is…

Prom Theme Is…

April 3, 2017

The Prom Theme this is... A Night In Disguise! Sahuaro High School's Class of 2017 will be hosting...

Oh Boy Oh Boy Oh Boy!

Oh Boy Oh Boy Oh Boy!

December 16, 2016

Sahuaro art teacher Mrs. Gay is pregnant with a boy and is due to have him on March 30th 2017. She already...

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Last Week Today

New German Trend: Swim to Work, Avoid Traffic

New German Trend: Swim to Work, Avoid Traffic

August 16, 2017

Genetically Modified Animals: Can They Cure Human Disease?

Genetically Modified Animals: Can They Cure Human Disease?

August 16, 2017

London Police Search for the ‘Putney Bridge Pusher’

London Police Search for the ‘Putney Bridge Pusher’

August 14, 2017

IV and Cellular Fluids Can Power Flexible Batteries

IV and Cellular Fluids Can Power Flexible Batteries

August 14, 2017

World’s Oldest Man and Auschwitz Survivor Passes Away

World’s Oldest Man and Auschwitz Survivor Passes Away

August 14, 2017

Another Tragedy on Facebook Live

Another Tragedy on Facebook Live

May 4, 2017

Two School Attacks in Texas

Two School Attacks in Texas

May 2, 2017

First NWFD Drowning of 2017

First NWFD Drowning of 2017

May 2, 2017

Shooting at La Encantada Leaves 2 Dead and 1 Wounded

Shooting at La Encantada Leaves 2 Dead and 1 Wounded

April 19, 2017

Has United Airlines Gone Too Far?

Has United Airlines Gone Too Far?

April 19, 2017

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Features

Senior Project- Gabe Rojo Builds a Home From Shipping Containers

Senior Project- Gabe Rojo Builds a Home From Shipping Containers

Daniella Mahler, Reporter

Gabe Rojo is a Sahuaro High School senior, studying and designing his own structure of a home built from...

May 18, 2017No Comments

Shaylynn Walsh’s Senior Project: Helping the Homeless

Shaylynn Walsh’s Senior Project: Helping the Homeless

Mekayla Phan, Features Editor

When people think of the poor and homeless, most think of third world countries, not America.  However,...

May 18, 2017No Comments

Chambray Colter’s Senior Project: Making Wigs for Cancer Patients

Chambray Colter’s Senior Project: Making Wigs for Cancer Patients

Lily Merritt, Opinion Editor

Chambray Colter chose to create wigs, makeup, and skin care products because she wanted to create a line...

May 15, 2017No Comments

Mr. McCane McLeaving

Mr. McCane McLeaving

Giselle Enriquez, Editor-In-Chief

After one year at Sahuaro, Mr. McCane will be leaving us to begin a new endeavor at University High School....

May 4, 2017No Comments

From 324 lbs to Skinny, When Weight Loss Is Not Enough

From 324 lbs to Skinny, When Weight Loss Is Not Enough

Nora Thompson, Cougart Editor

When Michael Accurso was 14 and a freshman he was in Beginning Theatre here at Sahuaro, he was funny,...

May 4, 2017No Comments

Farewell to Sahuaro’s Justin Timberlake

Farewell to Sahuaro’s Justin Timberlake

Mekayla Phan, Features Editor

The Math-Street Boys shot to fame at the last Spirit Week's pep assembly after they sang a cover of Backstreet...

May 4, 2017No Comments

What’s In Your Time Capsule, Mrs. Erickson

What’s In Your Time Capsule, Mrs. Erickson

May 4, 2017

Mrs. Erickson is an admired English teacher at Sahuaro, well-known among students for giving non-traditional...

Mr. Stott, Don’t Stott Believing

Mr. Stott, Don’t Stott Believing

May 4, 2017

Bryant Stott has been a long term sub for the English department all year, however, he also won't be...

Exceptional Ed Department Chair, Cyndi Dwyer, Retiring

Exceptional Ed Department Chair, Cyndi Dwyer, Retiring

May 4, 2017

With a school as great as ours you have to wonder, who makes it great. Well for starters the students,...

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Polls

Seniors, What Ya Doin' After High School?

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Video

Creative Writing Original Sitcom

Kiana Kremer and Francisco Acuna

https://youtu.be/dhnSMZ7Gy_0

May 22, 2017

Check Out Picnic Slideshow!

Check Out Picnic Slideshow!

May 17, 2017

Sahuaro High School Promposals 2017

May 3, 2017

Sahuaro Athletes Commit on Signing Day

April 25, 2017

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This Week in History August 19-26

The Beatles play their 1st public appearance; Operation Iraqi Freedom ends, with the last of the United States brigade combat teams crossing the border to Kuwait; President Andrew Johnson formally declares US Civil War over; Hawaii becomes the 50th US state; Hurricane Katrina forms over the Bahamas, later becoming a category 5 hurricane; Mt Vesuvius erupts, buries Roman Pompeii & Herculaneum, 15,000 die; Paris liberated from Nazi occupation

Cougart

Seniors Create Mosaic Mural Above 100 Building

Seniors Create Mosaic Mural Above 100 Building

Francisco Acuna
May 22, 2017

Senior artists Madi Baity and Camila Ibarra have certainly left their mark upon Sahuaro.  Camila, who is the artist behind the cougar in the cafeteria, and Madi teamed up for their senior project. "We wanted to leave a legacy behind for our graduating class," said Ibarra. The art project took roughly a total of thirty-two hours. The project would have costed $600 for all the tile and materials, but...

JTED Senior Graduate Jessica Salido

JTED Senior Graduate Jessica Salido

Jocelyn Reeder and Haydee Pedersoli
May 18, 2017

Jessica Salido is a senior at Sahuaro High School and recently graduated from JTED (Joint Technical Education District). She will graduate with her high school diploma and her CCMA (Clinical Certified Medical Assistant). This gives her an opportunity to work side-by-side with a physician and she can work in clinics or hospitals.  This is her second year in JTED and some of the skills she learned included...

Lanissa Patterson’s Senior Project: Transcendence Through Art

Lanissa Patterson’s Senior Project: Transcendence Through Art

Alex Stone, Entertainment Editor
May 18, 2017

"I learned a lot about existentialism and how that can be portrayed in literature. I learned that things really don"t matter as much as I think they do. I have a long life ahead of me and in the grand scheme of things, some minuscule details are irrelevant." Lanissa Paterson, Sahuaro’s own karate kid, decided that via her senior project, she would broaden her horizons through literature and art. “I...

Phony Tonys – Theatre’s End Of The Year Award Show

Phony Tonys – Theatre’s End Of The Year Award Show

Autumn Fatovich, News Editor
May 18, 2017

The Phony Tonys, much like the real Tony Awards, is an awards ceremony and showcase for the senior thespians at Sahuaro. This tradition carried on even though there is a new teacher, Ms. Rossmeissl.  Michael Accurso and Michelle Miller had the grand opportunity to be the hosts of the night. They performed as if Michael always made Michelle angry and even had a cute little ding to go off every time she yelled at hi...

Lylah Fields’s Senior Project: Singing her way to Success

Lylah Fields’s Senior Project: Singing her way to Success

Matt Brown, Reporter
May 18, 2017

For Lylah Fields'  senior project for Ms. Krause, she composed a 4-song classical music album that she intends to use for her application into the Opera program at the University of Arizona. Lylah's  wanted to make her repertoire more diverse and her acceptance rate higher. She's been working on it for about 3 months with the help of choir teacher Ms. Barnes and U of A's professor, David Ashcraft....

Prom 2017

Prom 2017

Nora Thompson, Cougart Editor
May 3, 2017

Prom is one of those events that most seniors look forward to all year long. It's a dazzling display of fancy dresses and extravagance. This year's prom was no different  - students (and teachers) all poured into Skyline Country Club for A Night in Disguise... even though very few people actually participated in the theme. When students entered, they were greeted by the principal and other members ...

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