Welcome back Jags to the 2018-2020 school year! How was everyone's summer? The Jaguar Post is looking forward to updating all of you guys on academic, social events and sport news. We will be coming out with a new update every two weeks starting today. If you would like to join The Jaguar Post team, … Continue reading Welcome Back Jags!
If you missed last friday’s football game against Rancho Bernardo, fear not for The Jaguar Post is here to keep you informed and updated on current events happening all around our school. Around 6:30pm students and parents alike started piling into our football stadium, eager for a victory. However they left with the bitter taste … Continue reading Football Game and After Party Part 2
I interviewed Faith Guendulain, (Senior) who transferred back to VCHS after spending two years at Escondido Charter.
Boys/Girls Cross Country Daily starting Monday, August 6th 7:00-9:00 a.m. in the workout den/bike room Girls Field Hockey Starting Monday, August 6th TBA Stadium Turf JV/Varsity Football Monday, July 30th 5:00 p.m. pick up gear – evening program Tuesday, July 31st and Thursday, August 2nd 8:00-11:00 a.m. Wed, August 1st and Friday, August 3rd … Continue reading Valley Center High School Fall 2018 Sports Tryout Schedules
Summer is almost here and The Jaguar Post team is signing out. Thank you so much to our advisor, Mrs. Plucennik and our sponsor Jersey Mike's. Thank you to everyone who contributed to the newspaper. This was a good start for progressing into the future. Next year we are going to work on getting a … Continue reading Bye, For Now
With our seniors graduating in just a few weeks it seemed appropriate to talk about college majors. Especially when many of you guys do not know what to do yet. Here are 7 college majors that have the highest return on investment according to Student Loan Hero. Hopefully this will help you explore majors that … Continue reading Best College Majors With the Highest Return on Investment According to Student Loan Hero
Elia A long time ago a women was born, her name was Elia. She was born in a small town, El Tumbador, Guatemala on November 18, 1936. Her mother was a maid and her father a tenet in the army. The father was one of those guys who got a lot of women pregnant and … Continue reading The Story of Elia
The dog outside I lead To the orchard to pee; She peed on me instead “Stop it Emma!” I plead I was 7 at the time, It was during springtime It was the middle of the day, Sun ray Orange blossoms had a familiar smell Making my heart swell My parents consoled me … Continue reading A Funny Poem- A Dog Peed on Me
Source: American Psychological Association Here are five tips from the American Psychological Association to help you make lasting, positive lifestyle and behavior changes: Make a plan that will stick. Your plan is a map that will guide you on this journey of change. You can even think of it as an adventure. When making your … Continue reading Making Lifestyle Changes that Last by APA
Today I will be discussing why we should not infringe on our 2nd amendment rights. I will be laying out a logical, well balanced plan not only to reform gun policy, but also conserve our inalienable rights as laid out in the constitution. Some people are saying that we should repeal the 2nd … Continue reading Why We Should Not Repeal The 2nd Amendment