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  • Cheer is Back! And you can be a Part of It!

    The 2023 year has had a whole lot to cheer about and we anticipate the Spring is going to be even better. We are looking for new members of the spirit squad. And coach Penny is hosting tryouts on Monday right after school to find new members. No experience necessary but you will have the chance to be a part of something memorable if you are willing to put in the work, you may be on center stage. We have applications and more in the front office. Make this the year that you make Cheer the big part of your life.

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  • Teen Dating Violence has no Place

    I volunteer for STAND! For Families Free of Violence and we’ve been working on a campaign for February, Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month. We’ve designed this poster focusing on the romanticization of abuse in the media. We are going to share some warning signs and some advice for those caught in unhealthy relationships and promote better choices and making this Valentines and every day after Violence free. Look for our posters and our ideas all the month of February. And if you are feeling alone, you aren't

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  • February is Pinole Creek Awareness Month--we all win!

    This is the month we celebrate our aquatic connection, Pinole Creek! We are going to spend every day reflecting on our own stories that go along with the creek that goes along our campus. The Pinole Creek folk have provided us all sort of fun facts and history and we will find students who have Pinole Creek stories of their own where they can win totes and t-shirts and prizes that honor creek life. We are going to share every day announcements about the flora and fauna of our waterway. Tell us what you love and we may get new stories to share too.

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  • Winter Sports gears up for Post Season

    The winter season has been a winning one for the Spartans. The boys and girls basketball teams have both clinched second place seeding in the Tri County Athletic League Rock Division. The teams wrap up their seasons this Friday before getting ready for playoffs. The Soccer season is wrapping up as well. The boys have locked up first place in their division and the girls are vying for silver. Meanwhile wrestling has had its best season in years. Senior Diego Angulo seen above (blue) is leading the way with a three match victory this past weekend and Carlos and Kokayi are also expected to make some noise at the league finals and then the North Coast Section. And all this to get ready for the sports of Spring. Come see all the action and cheer on Big Blue

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  • Spirit Week Professional Tuesday, College Wednesday

    Every day we have a reason to celebrate. We enjoyed Melanin Monday and then Tuesday is the Polo/Professional Day. We are looking forward to the next few as well. Wednesday we want to honor all Historically Black Colleges and Universities and all other post secondary instituttions. Then Thursday it is time to Throw Back to the past. Any time in the past 100 years will do just fine. Then it finishes up with Black Out Friday. We are taking pictures. So don't be surprised if you're on camera!

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  • Latinos Unidos celebrates Loteria

    Loteria is a bingo game that we would like more people to participate in. We would be decorating our own cards and turn them into a deck and playing card so that we could play a unique version that is special to our club. Eventually, I think it would be fun to have the finished product available for people at our school to join in and play at a future event. Join us at Latinos Unidos tomorrow and throughout the next few weeks.

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  • Winter Percussion brings new Style to Spartan Band

    It's a new look and new sound for the Spartan Band. Mr. Ackerman and the crew have developed a Winter Percussion unit and in conjunction with the Color Guard they are working to make the coldest months red hot. We are loving the work that is going in and the product coming out. Students can join either ensemble and be able to perform, learn a new skill or just have a great time with some talented new friends. We are getting ready for some Spring competiton and some in school performances as well. Sorry this is only a still image, because when we connect it to the video, it Swings!

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  • Spirit Squad is Back!

    Coach Penny begins on Monday and wants to bring Spirit Back! There is still a lot of season left to bring the noise for and rallies and parades and more. We want to also build toward next year, so if you've been on the sideline, get moving! The squad will meet in the Dance room right after school and then she will be here at lunch on Tuesday to meet any prospective new team members. We have so much to cheer about and we want you to join us in celebrating all things Spartan. The only thing you need to bring is a winning attitude! We will save a spot for you!

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  • Every Day something to Celebrate in the District's first Ever Black History Spirit Week

    It is about time! We are starting next week in style, and staying so all week long. We open with Melanin Monday and expect to see everyone in their brown best. Then Tuesday it is polo/profressional. Wednesday is the College/HCBU shout out. Thursday is the day to throwback anywhere from the century before and Friday we go with a whole school black out. Look for your peers and partners to make this a week to remember!

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  • Spartan Sports head into big Weekend

    Spartan boys and girls both looking to lock up post season North Coast Section bids and with it second place or better in the Tri County Athletic League. The ladies are on the road at DeAnza and the boys celebrate Senior Night with a tip off against Vallejo High. Meanwhile the soccer boys are home against Campolindo, gearing up for their playoff run scheduled to begin next week. Tomorrow it is the Exit 22 Tournament and wrestling hosts 15 other squads in the event of the year. The following week Spring sports will begin. Something for everybody

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