Author: Albert

Evangelina Garza: Para Que No Trabajes Como Un Burro

She was embarrassed, just waiting for me to arrive, she didn’t want me to see her house. It was shortly after seven in the morning before the UIL meet when I finally arrived, an inspired young lady, Evangelina Garza.She welcomed me to her house where she sat on a torn,...

Earth Day-Leo Club

Jimmy Carter’s Leo Club celebrated Earth Day by cleaning and planting trees at the City of La Joya Park. The outing was a joint venture between La Joya Lions Club, La Joya ISD Leo Club, and Carter Leo Club; they worked from 8 to 1 p.m. to clean up trash...

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Feature Story: Sister Norma Pimentel

As she saw a young Salvadorian girl get separated from her parents by border patrol, inspiration for helping others struck and many followed, that would alter her goal of restoring human dignity. Restoring human dignity has always found a way in Sister Norma Pimentel’s life, who received praise for her...

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Lady Huskies Soccer Team

Juarez Lincoln High School’s boys soccer team has built a statewide reputation for their success in soccer. However, this year the girls soccer team has built their own reputation for the successful season they’ve had. Leslie Lopez, Jimmy Carter Early College High School student and Juarez Lincoln athlete, has played...

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I’ll Do It Tomorrow!

A phrase that is heard a lot among students is “ill do it tomorrow”, which probably means they would do their school work some other time for something of less value or something more entertaining. Procrastination is the “action of delaying or postponing something.” This act is very common among...

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Counselors Week

The American School Counselor Association celebrates school counselors around the nation during National School Counseling Week, February 4th-8th. This week honors school counselors for the important role they play in college, career readiness, and in helping students examine their talents, strengths, abilities, and interest. Take a moment to thank your...

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...

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English Teacher Wins $4,000

On, Wednesday, October 24, 2018, Mrs. Leslie Gonzalez, 9th grade English teacher, was awarded a grant of $4,000 from the Educational Excellence Foundation. This foundation’s purpose is to provide students with financial support for educational necessities. Mrs. Gonzalez said, “The grant offers great opportunities for teachers to increase the learning...

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Books on Wheels

La Joya District buses have brought up a simple way for kids to do their readings: E-books. With E-books, students can read on their way home. E-books are easy to access. They do not require an internet connection, and they can just be easily obtained by scanning the code located...

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Teacher of the Month

  Mila Obnial, a dedicated Math teacher at Jimmy  Carter Early College High School, has been voted Teacher of the Month by Red Gold News . Ms. Obnial is someone that truly showcases what the job of a teacher is, not only in academia but also as a key role...