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Reedley High School Golf Team

IN THE April 8 ISSUE

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by Cameron Calvillo




For years now, the Reedley High Boys Golf Team has brought pride back to the Pirates. And this year, when the golf courses are greener than ever, they look to do it again.
Every year since 2011, Reedley High has been the league champion in golf, except for the heart break in 2014 when Hoover claimed the title.

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Sports Medicine Team at Reedley High School

IN THE February 25 ISSUE

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by Cameron Calvillo



Just a few months ago, football season was electrifying the air at Sal Gonzalez field. People noticed the cheering crowd, the enthusiastic cheerleaders, and, of course, the players on the field. But what people may have not noticed is that mixed in among the players, coaches, water boys, and refs on the sidelines, there was a team of kids not at all focused on the score. This was the Sports Medicine Team, binding, wrapping, and tending to the wounds of the players who were injured during the game. Reedley High’s football season ended months ago, but that doesn’t mean the Sports Medicine team isn’t still hard at work.

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Reedley School History Part 3

IN THE February 18 ISSUE

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by Jim Bulls


Here I am, continuing my school days saga, getting ready to start junior high school and evolving from adolescence into becoming a young adult. General Grant was the only junior high in Reedley, so both elementary schools attended seventh and eighth grade there.

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Reedley High Students for Peace Club

IN THE November 5 ISSUE

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by Cameron Calvillo




Every Tuesday at twelve forty-five, the Reedley High Students for Peace Club volunteers their lunch time to better understand the problems of the world and figure out how they can do their part to help. The students, ranging from freshmen to seniors, come from all backgrounds, each carrying differing opinions and views. But all this is left at the door as each student shares the same dream of curing the injustices of the world, one step at a time.

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by Ashley Brandon



Shaylee Schmidt makes it quite obvious through her work that she truly cares about her students; she’s constantly encouraging them and helping them in different ways. Mrs. Schmidt is one of the physical education teachers at Reedley High School. She lives in Kingsburg, where she grew up and attended Kingsburg elementary school, and later graduated from Immanuel. She has diverse working experience from working at a packing house to being a secretary and now, a teacher.

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by Lorie Lewis Ham



There are few sounds more beautiful than voices blended in perfect harmony performing a cappella, and it is not something you hear very often anymore. This is what Michael Angel thought when he put the group together. “I had not heard of an a cappella group in the area…”

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by Lorie Lewis Ham



Reedley and Parlier High GraduationsAs the wind played roughly with the row of flags on the stadium field, the RHS Graduation attendees shivered from the unexpected cold…

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by Jacob Alvarado



Life is a show, and theatre is the breath that we actors need to live. For teenagers at Reedley High School the PAT (Performing Arts Theater) is a place where we are transported to a world of make-believe.

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Water Polo at Reedley High School

IN THE June 5 ISSUE

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by Billiann Robertson



It may not be as popular as softball, basketball, or soccer; but Girls’ Water Polo deserves just as much recognition. I may be biased being a player myself but I assure you it takes just as much training, energy, and talent.

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by Lorie Lewis Ham



Janet Adams began teaching at RHS in December of 1979, worked as a counselor for eight years and founded the peer-counseling program…

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by Crystal Rakes



Next year, I will be a senior and it will be my last year in the Reedley High Dancing Marching Pirate Band. Although it will be my senior year, and I will finally be done with high school, I don’t want it to end.

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