Red Gold News Student Publication Student Life and News at Jimmy Carter Early College High School

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Everything has its beginning

Growing up as a red wolf is no small feat. We face adversity and have chosen to not only attend high school but an early college high school at that. While earning high school credit, the classes we choose are dual enrollment and push our commitment level to that of...

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JCECHS Selected As Blue Ribbon School

One of the biggest accomplishments a school can achieve is being recognized as a Blue Ribbon School. It is a nation-wide recognition based on academic performance or overcoming achievement struggles for students. To meet this status, the school must first be nominated by the U.S. Department of Education. Once nominated,...

High School Fake Accounts

Fake social media accounts have been spreading for many high schools across The Valley. These social media accounts tend to have the school’s name, and people use these accounts for fake likes, fake comments, fake reviews, fake rumors, etc. Teenagers tend to do things to be humorous, but what is...

Ban this book

   Sophomore Jayleen Hernandez is starting a petition to ban the book “To Kill a Mockingbird” Jayleen believed it was a good idea because the book included an abundant amount of racist comments. “I didn’t have a choice to read the book or not, it was a class assignment, and...

DIY Christmas cake pops

Bored of the same Christmas treats and want something full of popping flavors. These cake pops are fun and easy to make, you will enjoy making them and eating them on Christmas day with the whole family. Christmas Cake Pops 1 package 2-layer-size cake mix. 1 – 1 cup frosting. 12 ounces...

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Community Impact Documentary: Region 1 ESL Educator

Students in Mr. Silva’s 1311 dual enrollment Introduction to communication class met with and documented the work of a Region 1 ESL educator.  Group members Luis A. Pecina, Sergio Saturno, Randy Morales, Reymond Pequeno, focused on the work of Rodrigo Falcon, a teacher at ESL Region 1 teaches English to non-native speakers...

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Two Political Beasts

Democrats, support government spending on social services (social security, Medicare, welfare programs) rather than military.  Republicans believe citizens should take more responsibility for themselves to prevent the government from becoming too involved. A key difference between Democrats and Republicans is how Democrats are more open to “radical” ideas, whereas Republicans...