The Olympian

FAFSA: What You Need To Know

Sofia Argueta

October 25, 2019

Many of the Bassett Senior students are applying for FAFSA. FAFSA (Free Application Federal Student Aid) is free to apply for. Many people take a few days or more to complete it. Kevin Meza has not finished his FAFSA application,...

The Law On Late Start

The Law On Late Start

October 24, 2019

Students Shred Hate with the LA Dodgers

Lauren Barkey, News Editor

November 4, 2018

The Los Angeles Dodgers proudly take part in the bully prevention initiative Shred Hate and on Friday, September 21st Bassett High School was invited to join the initiative at the Dodgers Stadium. Students were given a first...

Bassett Introduces One to One Devices into Sophomore Education

Lauren Barkey, News Editor

November 4, 2018

Last year 11th grade English classes got class sets of Lenovos to prepare them for the SBAC. This year the one to one digital roll out began so that all tenth grade students received their own device. The one to one roll out will...

Guitar Hits all the Right Notes

Clarissa Torres, Writer

November 4, 2018

Beginner Guitar enrolls 37 excited musicians. With six string nylon acoustic guitars at the ready, Mr. Gutierrez teaches through music books, online videos, and small groups. One day, Mr. Guiterrez was looking through a catalog...

Alumni Sid Garcia Comes Home to Show His Oly Pride

November 4, 2018

Former Bassett High School Olympian, Sid Garcia, a successful Channel 7 News Reporter returned to La Puente, leaving inspiration and a sense of pride for our Alma Mater in his wake. On Tuesday August 15, students in ASB, HOSA,...

Olys Innovate and Investigate

Tony Alvarado, Staff Writer

February 2, 2018

   Former science teacher, Mr. Steward, has come back to help with the science fair and provide a room to keep some of the students science projects in his class.    He has been taking the time out of his day to come to Bas...


Ricardo Lira, Staff Writer

February 2, 2018

The Federal Communication Commission (FCC) voted to repeal the existing net neutrality laws made during the invention of the internet.    The Chairman of the Federal Communication Commission (FCC), Ajit Pai, appointed by ...

State Mandates Free Feminine Hygiene

Jacqueline-Lopez Ortega, Staff Writer

February 1, 2018

   As of 2018, the state requires public schools to provide feminine hygiene products. Those products being: tampons, wipes, and pads.    Pads and other feminine products have to be in bathrooms on campus, availab...

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