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Homecoming will be a Night to be “Dismembered”

Briana Gomez, Staff Writer

January 10, 2017

ASB presents a rally, festival, football game, and dance all in one day. The annual homecoming dance returns back from the grave on Friday, November 4th. Be ready to jump to your feet because this year’s rally will be Halloween...

Freshmen Focus on World Perspectives

Amber Chacon, Staff Writer

December 9, 2016

This school year has brought along several new courses, many of which, are open to freshmen. Freshmen are now required to pass one semester both ethnic studies and college and career seminar. Mr. Fitch, Mr. Castellanos, and...

French Students Forced to Say Au Revoir

Angel Barrientos, News Editor

December 9, 2016

French has been one of the language classes offered here at Bassett High School for years, but has finally come to an end leaving only Spanish as an alternative to completing the E requirement in the A-Gs requirements. For...

New Staff Provides Unique Perspective

Alyah Lozano, Staff Writer

December 9, 2016

As the new school year arrives, so does new staff. The two new staff that have arrived are Ms. Lentz ( new Activities and Athletics Assistant Principal) and Mr Siebert (new R.O.P teacher). After spending some time with Ms Lentz,...

UC Applications Due Sooner than Ever

Jasmine Gomez, Staff Writer

December 9, 2016

UC Applications for the filing period for fall 2017 admissions are out. With an application submission of November 1st, but deadline being November 30th, it is recommended that students meet with their counselors and college...

First Back to School Dance Cancelled

Mylyna Hy, Web Editor

August 31, 2016

Unfortunately, the Back to School Dance: "A Mad Mad Tea Party" was cancelled. The reason was due to the lack of student interest. Some were not aware of the dance, and some wrongly interpreted the dance to be a party where the...

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