The Guardian

EG choir students rank best in District 7

Maria Sirakova, Staff Reporter

November 3, 2017

Filed under News, School

The Elk Grove High School Chorus Department is a major part of the school campus and community. Students can be found throughout the school participating in a wide variety of activities. Curricular choirs include Men’s Choir...

Debate team aims for success

Nic Baggetto, Editor-in-Chief

November 3, 2017

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The debate team is regrouping efforts to maximize the performances of returning team members and new additions. The upperclassmen who have taken over the rolls of captain and president are seniors Diego Cruz and Nikola Sowa, ...

NJROTC teaches life skills, prepares students for future

Tiffany Kajiwara, Editor-in-chief

November 3, 2017

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NJROTC is well into the swing of things as they continue in their success this school year. NJROTC, or the Naval Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps, was first founded in 1964 and came to Elk Grove after that. It is established...

Speech builds confidence

Stephanie Hultgren-Tagliere, Staff Reporter

October 3, 2017

Filed under Clubs, News, School

Speech team is recruiting new members. Speech team involves public speaking, acting events and informational speaking. Speech team has super flexible hours for practices, you make your own practice times and you usually get t...

Estudiantes group recruits

Jacklyn Pano, Staff Reporter

October 3, 2017

Filed under Clubs, News, School

What is Estudiantes Unidos? Well, to sponsor Ricky Castro, this club is all about empowering community members to grow, teaches leadership skills and to lead social reform. What made this club happen was the need for role mode...

Scholastic Bowl seeks members

Liam Saluski, Staff Reporter

October 3, 2017

Filed under Clubs, News, School

Scholastic Bowl, coached by Scholastic Bowl Coach Susan Montemayor, is hoping to get new members to join the team. Scholastic Bowl is an academic competition in which teams of five students test their knowledge covering topics of mat...

“Peter/Wendy” brings new take

Sydney Marquis, Staff Reporter

October 3, 2017

Filed under Clubs, News, School

The boy who never grew up and the girl who fell in love with him return. This year’s fall play is called “Peter/Wendy,” except it's not the version students read in books or see on television. It's an original version that ...

Fox visits alma mater, shares story

Sydney Marquis and Nic Baggetto

October 3, 2017

Filed under News, School

In the vein of previous alumni, musician Brandon Fox returned to Elk Grove on Friday, September (date) to lend his voice and his story to students. In celebration of school spirit and to mark the first home football game, Fox san...

Nation gets renovation

Natalia Habas, Staff Reporter

October 3, 2017

Filed under News, School

Over the summer, Elk Grove High School has made several renovations and remodelings throughout the building. Kyle Burritt, associate principal of operations and building contact, worked with District 214 and the Construction Manage...

Spanish club students raise awareness for Latino culture

Sam Uhlarik, Staff Reporter

March 10, 2017

Filed under Clubs, News, School

Throughout the school year, Spanish Club has been evolving and growing stronger, offering new opportunities to its members. While its members now meet every other Monday after school, rather than Thursday, the club continues to...

Japanese Exchange unites students

Danny Kummer, Sectional Editor

March 10, 2017

Filed under Clubs, News, School

The Japanese Exchange has come to Elk Grove for its 29th year. For the first part of the exchange, students from Ashikodai Fusoku and Ashitandai Fusoku schools in Japan will be arriving in Elk Grove today, and they will ...

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