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Lions’ female water polo team builds one of its most successful seasons in a decade

Juliana Castro, C. K. McClatchy High School January 17, 2023

C.K McClatchy girl's water polo team in 2022 had one of its most successful seasons in seven years.  The Lions went undefeated in Metro League play, won the Metro League tournament, and advanced to the...

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Williams Report gives Natomas Unified passing grades

Jack Fedor, Natomas Pacific Pathways Preparatory January 4, 2023

The Natomas Unified School District board of trustees recently approved an annual report that gave passing grades to the sufficiency of instructional materials and facilities at six district schools.  The...

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Natomas Unified earns high marks in resilience report

Jack Fedor, Natomas Pacific Pathways Preparatory January 2, 2023

Natomas Unified School District officials recently released a report to the board of trustees which details some of the district’s outcomes in 2021-2022, including summer opportunities taken advantage...

Data table showing the percentage of students at grade level for each class for the I-ready diagnostic test, courtesy of Principal Kellie Beck, 
Galt High School.

Galt High explores future steps in response to poor student diagnostic scores

Josh Cullers January 2, 2023

Following poor results from the fall session of the I-Ready diagnostic, Galt High School officials decided to offer significant incentives to students who tested at grade level in hopes that the winter...

Cordova High principal Jared Hyden. Photo by Maxim Russu, Cordova High.

Cordova High confronts sliding graduation rate

Maxim Russu, Cordova High School January 2, 2023

For the past five-plus years, the graduation rate has been dropping at Cordova High School – something that concerns CHS administrators and teachers. According to the Public School Review website,...

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SacCity alters PACE Program to include AP Capstone diploma program

Hailey Luistro, John F. Kennedy High School January 2, 2023

The Sacramento City Unified School District is moving to change the PACE Program at John. F Kennedy High School to include the Advanced Placement Capstone Diploma Program. PACE, which stands for Program...

Music, arts benefit from voter approval of Prop 28

Jack Fedor, Natomas Pacific Pathways Preparatory December 28, 2022

California voters on Nov. 8 approved Proposition 28, known as The Arts and Music in Schools Funding Guarantee and Accountability Act. The proposition which, received over three million votes, requires...

SWORD club students gather at Natomas Pacific Pathways to a club meeting. Photo by Jack Fedor, Natomas Pacific Pathways Preparatory.

SWORD club debuts at Natomas Pacific Pathways

Jack Fedor, Natomas Pacific Pathways Preparatory December 28, 2022

A new club which is making its debut at Natomas Pacific Pathways Prep this school year is Students Who Occasionally Roll Dice, more commonly known as SWORD. “SWORD is a place for people to meet and...

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Multicultural assembly aims to make every student welcome

Parneet Kaur, Pleasant Grove High School December 28, 2022

Pleasant Grove High School hosts an annual multiculturalism assembly, scheduled this school year for Jan. 11. This special day is dedicated to helping every student feel welcomed, comfortable and safe...

The Polynesian Club is one of the ethic organizations available to Pleasant Grove High studets. Pixabay.

Club faires introduce ethnic student organizations to Pleasant Grove campus

Savannah Haile, Pleasant Grove High School December 20, 2022

Food faires at Pleasant Grove High School are events where different clubs at the school buy food from fast food restaurants or make it themselves, and sell the food to students for a profit. This profit...

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National issues prompt political advocacy by Natomas Pacific Pathways Prep students

Akshaj Mehta, Natomas Pacific Pathways Preparatory December 19, 2022

At Natomas Pacific Pathways Prep political advocacy issues on and off campus are motivating students to become more engaged in civic events.  Off campus other issues that concern youth reflect national...

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Natomas Unified passes Williams Act evaluation

Jack Fedor, Natomas Pacific Pathways Preparatory December 15, 2022

The Natomas Unified board of trustees recently approved an annual report to the state that gave passing grades to the district for a sufficiency of instructional materials and facilities at six district...

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