The Guardian

Bilingual class celebrates start of inaugural school learning at EGHS

Liam Saluski, Sectional Editor

October 12, 2018

Filed under Features

Ten years is a long time. The stretch from childhood to adulthood. A decade. A dog’s typical lifespan. Ten years is how long the freshmen in the Dual Language program here at Elk Grove High School have been togeth...

Not everyone needs degree

Natalia Habas, Sectional Editor

October 9, 2017

Filed under Features

Although college is preparation for a career, some students choose not to go to college. Some students want to pursue a career that does not require college. Anthony Miocic, the college counselor said “not going to college is...

Trump’s time in office brings frustration

Paul Jonas, Staff Reporter

October 3, 2017

Filed under Features

Everyone knows about Donald Trump’s story: a former businessman and television personality turned politician that shocked the world when he defeated Democrat Hillary Clinton to win the Presidential election on November 8, 2...

‘One Acts’ showcase talents of directors

Nic Baggetto, Editor-in-Chief

February 10, 2017

Filed under Features, School

With each theatrical production, students are given the opportunity to shine onstage. The fall play allows actors to strut their stuff dramatically, while the musical gives vocalists the chance to take the spotlight and the v...

Stoffle travels to California in hopes to find modeling opportunities after high school

Tiffany Kajiwara, Managing Editor

January 9, 2017

Filed under Features

Senior Amber Stoffle flew to sunny Los Angeles in November where she had the rare and unique opportunity to walk the runway in the International Performing Arts Showcase. She got this opportunity through her performing...

Cyber Monday sales increase allowing Black Friday in-store violence to lessen

Sam Uhlarik, Staff Reporter

January 9, 2017

Filed under Features

Every year, starting as early as October, the Christmas shopping season begins as millions of Americans flock to big-box retailers in search of gifts, decorations and supplies. Some choose to shop on Black Friday, ...

Is commemorating Columbus coming to an end?

Grace Cloherty, Staff Reporter

November 11, 2016

Filed under Features

In 1937, Columbus Day was recognized as a national holiday in the United States. Columbus Day commemorates Christopher Columbus’ arriving in the New World. He sailed the ocean blue in 1492. There’s no doubt of that, but was...

Panic and danger escalate with spine-chilling clown ‘Sightings’

Elise Stornello, Staff Reporter

November 11, 2016

Filed under Features

An epidemic of creepy clowns has been sweeping the nation. A series of mysterious clown sightings have been reported in 20+ states across the country. Videos have been posted of such reports, but many people have concluded the...

Students, teachers cope with infectious senioritis

Evan Hatfield, Editor-in-Chief

May 6, 2016

Filed under Features

As the ends of their high school careers draw near, more and more seniors are finding themselves infected by a “disease” that no medicine can cure. By this point in the year, as AP tests wind down and seniors have made thei...

Students, staff remember Rodheim-Cutler

Evan Hatfield and Mallory Hornsberger

April 26, 2016

Filed under Features

Alexa Rodheim-Cutler was many things to the Elk Grove nation. As an English teacher and water polo coach, she took on many challenges, but above all, she will be remembered as a fighter. From her first days at Elk Grove, she wa...

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