Mrs. Degen~ P.E. & FOCUS teacher Q: Do you celebrate Christmas? A: Yes, my family celebrates christmas. Q: Do you decorate your house for christmas? A: We do,always. Definitely. Q: What is a yearly tradition that your family has? A: Taking the girls to see santa every year, so they can sit on his lap. … Continue reading Holiday Interviews
It is the holiday season! Not to burst your bubble but the finals week is also getting closer. Besides the haunting studying marathons that might be going on… This years we are lucky enough to have our annual winter fest. On Friday, the 14th all of the clubs are going to be selling yummy treats … Continue reading Winterfest Tomorrow!
Pro-life met Thursday, November 8th, in Mrs. V’s room. They had a special guest speaker, Christina, who shared her own story about her pro-life journey. Christina’s mom almost aborted her, but her dad helped save Christina’s life. Christina emphasized that men can help prevent abortions and the saying “no uterus, no opinion” is a lie, … Continue reading Pro Life Club
As the fall sport season end, the last sports game’s get very intense. The plays and moves that the players make are crucial as they head into their final games. Players at this point are playing with full effort to finish with a strong season. This week we get to find out more about the … Continue reading VCXC Heads to CIF
Melvin Velasquez11th GradeQ: What do you think about the teachers at VCHS?A: I think they’re really helpful. They really care and put it inthe effort to help their students reach their goals and I reallyadmire that.Q: What about the students?A: The majority are really friendly and I get along with 99% ofthem.The students make the … Continue reading Foreign Exchange/ New Student Interviews
Since thanksgiving is just around the corner, I wanted to share some favorite recipes of mine. Thanksgiving is such a special time and the food should be just as special. That’s why I’ve put together a list of some delectable treats. Enjoy! Sweet Potato Casserole: Ingredients2 1/2 pounds sweet potatoes, peeled and cut into 1-inch … Continue reading Thanksgiving Recipes to Try
The Walk to End Breast Cancer was held on Sunday November 4th at Balboa Park. Ms. Meyers Physiology class attended this walk to support the cause. There were more than 9,000 people who took part in the walk. Komen San Diego Race for the Cure raised $927,665.81 which surpassed their goal of $915,00. It was a … Continue reading Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure
The Valley Center Jaguars thwarted the visiting San Pasqual Golden Eagles football team by a count of 28-7 on Friday, October 12th. The first quarter started with a stalemate of 0-0 then, in second quarter, both teams scored tying the game at 7-7. However, in the last quarter the Jags scored 14 points. Making the … Continue reading VC vs SP Max Preps Summary-Varsity Football
Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) Get to know more about the Day of the Dead. Here are a few facts about this special holiday: •celebrated throughout Latin America •it’s most strongly associated with Mexico in where the tradition originated • celebrated on the 1st and 2nd of November • it’s a celebration … Continue reading Dia de los Muertos
1. Palomar Mountain State Park 2. San Diego Wildlife Refuge Sweetwater River Trail 3. Volcan Mountain Wilderness Preserve 4. Stonewall Peak Trail 5. Hellhole Canyon Open Space Preserve By Nate K.