International program coordinator, Brooke Stobbe, plans a Christmas themed party for the international students, Dec. 11.
Varsity girls basketball are defeated by Coalinga High School, 66- 34, at their first non-league home game, Nov. 4.
Senior students venture over to downtown Fresno to the city courthouse. Here, students listen to a judge, his assistant, and two sheriff deputies. The men and women share their stories of work and what their contribution is to maintaining a smooth, efficient and fair court case. Before heading back to school, the class split into groups of three and sit in on part of a real court trial.
Senior Kaylie Clem leaps into rain puddles with her polka dot rain boots, Nov. 29. With multiple wildfires breaking records for largest wildfires in history, in the state of California, rain is welcomed with open arms to wash away the smokey air and extinguish the blazing mountain range.
Fall sports teams are recognized and awarded at the annual fall sports banquet, Nov. 17. Coaches of each team give a small speech to recap their season. They also highlight individual athletes who stood out from the team by giving them a plaque. Awards given ranged from MVP, rookie of the year, best defensive player/offensive player and Eagle award.
Seniors who are intrested in applying to a Cal State university, attend the CSU application workshop, Nov. 14. This provides students an oppurtunity to go over their application with admissions reps from the CSU system as well as academic advisor, Evangelina Tello.