Junior class shirts continue their hiatus. At the end of the school year, the sophomore class (2018-2019) was unable to complete their class shirt project and decided to resume the process at the beginning of this term. 

Last year, the student council was collecting money for class shirts, which never materialized. The project went uncompleted due to the inability of the student council to agree on a design and place the shirt order. Council discussion settled on resuming the project in the 2019-2020 school year. However, refunds were offered to some students who approached the class sponsor and council members. 

Not all students were made aware of the decision and status, and questions remain. As of today, some students who paid for a shirt have not received a shirt nor a refund.

“We never did the shirts,” said junior class treasurer, Nessly Garcia.

Junior class is currently working on the shirt project.

President Michael Del Angel said, “Livan is designing a shirt.” 

At present, the student council is evaluating the option of multiple shirt designs for the school year said, Nessly  Garcia.

There was a period last year in which students could get a refund from the class sponsor Claudia Camarillo. 

Ni si quiera nos regresaron nada,” said Karyme Reyna. 

Reyna remembers asking for a refund and being told that it was a present but never received her money back. Other students did obtain a refund. 

Joselin Salinas said, “I got my money back from Camarillo.”

The class sponsor explained to students last year that they had the option to request a refund or leave the money in the fund for their junior year when a shirt was made available.

The student council continues to discuss their options and is developing a plan to make shirts this year. 

“We are working on more than one shirt for this year,” said junior Vice President Victor Saldivar.

According to Briana Martinez, the secretary, “Class shirts will be available.”


His name  is Jorge Jimenez and he was born on the 16th of September, 2002 in Mission, Texas. His parents are Maricruz Ayala and Hilario Jimenez and he has three siblings, which are Lance, Hilario and Sonia. All three of them are older than he is, which makes him the youngest in his household. 

Like many kids his age, he has gone through the basics of education. He attended his first two years at Seguin Elementary School and finished the rest of my years at Emiliano Zapata Elementary School. When he passed on to 6th grade, his family decided that he would attend Domingo Trevino Middle School for the next three years of his life. He is currently in his junior year of high school and attends Jimmy Carter Early College High School. After he finishes high school, he hopes to go to college and get a degree in the medical field, such a degree will help him become a coroner.

Like all living creatures, his life revolves around things that entertain his mind. Many dreams come and go, but setting a goal for oneself is sure to keep them grounded.

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