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Related instruction work program gets East students jobs

Jonathan Frutos, reporter

December 11, 2018

Filed under Community, News

How many students have gotten jobs through Morton East's related instruction work program?  Students sometimes get more than one job through Morton East's work program.  At the beginning of the year, some jobs don’t work out...

East teens vaping? Not so much

December 11, 2018

Filed under Community, News, Student Life

The vaping issue has grown in recent times as more teens are now participating in the act, and many schools are trying to inform and take a stand against vaping in the lives of teens. Fortunately, vaping isn't a major issue here...

College room plans for future success

Carolina Herrera, Karina Vazquez, Crystal Ramirez, and Natatlia Escobedo

December 11, 2018

Filed under Community, News

Are you going to college and need help? If so, come to the college room in 122 during your supervisions. The staff there will help you apply to any colleges or universities that you want to go to. Sometimes different univers...

Death of Stan Lee hits comic fans hard

Anthony Figueroa

November 28, 2018

Filed under News

Creator of many Marvel comic book superheroes -- Stan Lee  -- has died. Stan Lee was one of the most recognizable people for creating the most popular superheroes of today with numerous amounts of cameos in the Marvel Cinematic...

Culinary produces, teachers consume at first Grab and Go

Alexander Ornelas, Josue Puentes, and Aurelio Servin

November 28, 2018

Filed under Food, News, Student Life

Students produced, teachers consumed at Morton East Culinary department's first Grab and Go coffee and breakfast bar in November. Teens usually are the ones buying from adults, but on November 9, 2018 students from Morton East...

California Wildfires kills 88, devastates entire communities, families

Sebastian Guzman and Adrian Nava

November 28, 2018

Filed under News

What is happening in California?  The California Wildfires have been going for about a week and have destroyed 9,000 homes and miles of miles of acres. The current death toll is up to about 88 people and 52,000 have been for...

Tamale sale came alive on Day of the Dead

Jonathan Frutos, reporter

November 28, 2018

Filed under Food, News

Tamale Salesmen was a hit in the Day of the Dead The Day of the Dead tamales, the tamales that people are selling are green chicken, red pork, and veggie pepper with cheese. The sellers were selling them $1.50 each and the...

Personal-Choice problems focus of AP Government debate

Alexia Hernandez and Jasmine Bonilla

November 28, 2018

Filed under Community, News

Conversations arose among students as some of the bills weren't passed.   On November 9th, AP government students convened in the auditorium to discuss important bills that should be passed by legislation. Some of the bills included ...

College bound students to be photographed, publicized

Rosalinda Granados, reporter

November 20, 2018

Filed under News, Student Life

College bound is putting your college acceptance on blast – in the hopes that more seniors will start planning for post high school.  The student wall in room 217 will feature photos of students with their college acceptance...

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