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.
As the temperature drops, and the leaves fall, the holidays we all know and love begin to approach. Halloween, Thanksgiving, Hanukkah, Christmas or whatever it is that you celebrate. For the kind of people that are creative and like to go all out, the holidays are perfect to express artistic abilities. Halloween is right around … Continue reading DIY Halloween Decorations
Were you confused, stressed, or happy this week? Is practice tough? Do you have a lot of homework? Do you try to look cute or comfy? This week has been tough for many of our fellow jaguars; however, many jaguars are excited for events at school. I visited classrooms this week and captured the most … Continue reading Relatable Moods This Week
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
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
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
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
Prom is coming so soon, just 2 weeks away! Many of you may have dates, and if you don’t it’s okay! It’s always better to go with friends. If you do have a date, then this article is very useful for you! Today I will be showing you how to make your own corsage … Continue reading How to Make your own Corsage for Prom
Here’s a list of the most visited places in San Diego: •Balboa Park- includes historical buildings, numerous museums, gardens, and a lot of green space •Gaslamp Quarter- an area of restored late-19th- and early 20th-century Victorian buildings. It is a trendy area with shops, restaurants, and galleries, attracting locals and tourists. •Seaport Village- area of … Continue reading Don’t know where to go during spring break?