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Singing Over Zoom- Choir Class Online

A glimpse into a past Popsta night.

Krystal Orehek, Reporter

September 30, 2020

Sahuaro's choir department has always had a prominent presence at the school. From singing at assemblies, concerts, and serenading students for Valentine's grams, chances are you would've encountered their voices by this time in the school year. The class is taught by Ms. Barnes and we reached out to a stu...

Fresh Face ft. Charlotte Bol

Freshman Charlotte Bol

Alex Herman, Reporter

September 30, 2020

Q: What are some interesting things about you? Things you would like people to know? A: I play the clarinet in the concert band and I love music. I am really excited to meet new friends to hang out with and spend time with this year. Q: Since doing online learning, how has it been for you? Has...

2020 Senior Sunrise

2020 Senior Sunrise

Nousha Aldhefery, Associate Editor In Chief

September 25, 2020

On Saturday morning, September 19, every senior in Tucson was welcomed to Jesse Owens Park at 5:30 am to watch the day break and celebrate the beginning of the end of twelve years of school. This recent tradition symbolizes the start of senior year and it ends with a senior sunset in May. It is truly...

Black Literature Matters

Black Literature Matters

Malachi Hatfield, Reporter

September 25, 2020

African American Literature is widely viewed as a very important class to have available for students, for it displays the African American side/perspective of literature rather than the usual "Dead White Men" books that are taught. It was taught by Mr. Robinson in previous years, but he recently moved...

Save the Yearbook! Class of 2021 – Seniors Need You!

Save the Yearbook! Class of 2021 - Seniors Need You!

Alexzander (AJ) Braaten, Reporter

September 25, 2020

One highlight at the end of every student's year is the school yearbook. It shows the best the school has to offer along with being an excellent source of memories (or cringes) into adulthood. The only problem is that this year our yearbook is struggling, and it's up to the seniors to save the class...

Olympic Hopeful Swimmer, Aidan Reagan, Transfers to Sahuaro

Olympic Hopeful Swimmer, Aidan Reagan, Transfers to Sahuaro

Alexzander (AJ) Braaten, Writer

September 25, 2020

To be the best at something takes time, effort, determination, strength and willpower. High school senior and Sahuaro newcomer, Aidan Reagan, knows this well, and sets out to become the best swimmer in Sahuaro's history. Aidan has been swimming for a long time. He transferred to Sahuaro from Salpointe...

The Face Behind RainbowThrashCo – Blessing Onya

The Face Behind RainbowThrashCo - Blessing Onya

Krystal Orehek, Reporter

September 23, 2020

Sahuaro's own Blessing Onya, junior, has proved that it's never too early to start pursuing your dreams, like starting your own business. In February of 2019, Blessing opened up her own Depop shop, now officially branded as RainbowThrashCo, and over a year later she has earned a whopping 5 to 6,000 do...

Orchestra is Mr. Marrs’ Forte

Orchestra is Mr. Marrs' Forte

Paula Le, Reporter

September 16, 2020

Violins, cellos, flutes, pianos, and more...When you think about Orchestra in 2020, what's the first thing that pops up in your head? Musicians in sync over calls? Orchestra and other fine arts classes at Sahuaro are facing a new challenge every day. Nevertheless, Mr. Marrs moves forward in life and...

Coach Handshoe Needs YOU!

Coach Handshoe Needs YOU!

Caleb Pearce-Huffman, Reporter

September 16, 2020

Out of curiosity and interest, I sent an email to the coach of Sahuaro High's cross country team, Kevin Handshoe. In this email, I asked him about his terrific team: when are their upcoming meets, how he's structured training, how he's kept in touch with his players. I asked how he's been, when his team...

Quinn Riley: The Queen of Soccer

Quinn Riley: The Queen of Soccer

Nousha Aldhefery, Associate Editor In Chief

September 16, 2020

Sahuaro's soccer player Quinn Riley can be described as many things: quirky, funny, but most of all, incredibly talented. She started playing soccer when she was 6-years-old, with inspirations like Rose Lavelle and the women on the USA team to keep her motivated. She has grown into a powerful woman thr...

SHS Artwork Gallery – Take a Look!

Artist: Faith Kreuger

Nathalia Valdez, Editor-in-chief

September 10, 2020

Ms. Kimbley is happy to announce that her advanced and beginner art classes are doing amazing. Normally, she would proudly place their  art works in the gallery of the lower 300 building, but since we're not at school, we've created a slideshow for everyone to enjoy!      

Ms. Hoyt and Her Charismatic Nature

Ms. Hoyt and her dog, Annie, taking a selfie.

Paula Le, Reporter

September 10, 2020

"Choose to do Hard Things Well" is an empowering mantra Ms. Hoyt is living by this 2020-2021 school year. No matter how hard circumstances may be, Ms. Hoyt wants to be the one in control over the situation. "As long as that is the choice I'm making, I may as well do a good job of it." Ms. Hoyt...

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