Adolfo Camarillo High School's student-run news publication

The Stinger

Adolfo Camarillo High School's student-run news publication

The Stinger

Adolfo Camarillo High School's student-run news publication

The Stinger

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Freshmen students (from left to right) Tabitha Ebright, Zachary Kwast, Jacqueline Pizza, and Bryce Blau using skittles for an activity about ethnicity in AP Human Geography.

Cultural Candy

Chun-Tzu Huang, Features Editor January 31, 2017

Candy isn't just for snacking anymore. This year, Ms. Patricia Valenteen used the famous colorful candy, Skittles, to teach her AP Human Geography students about racial and ethnic issues around the world...

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Mr. Brett Ropes, Cam High Social Science teacher and coach, passed away last month. He was 45 years old.

Mr. Brett Ropes, Social Science teacher and coach, dies at 45

Chun-Tzu Huang, Features Editor November 1, 2016

Cam High social science teacher and coach of multiple sports, Mr. Brett Ropes, 45, passed away on Oct. 15, 2016 after a brief illness. Ropes, who was known on campus for wearing loud Hawaiian shirts...

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I am not really a fan of sitting behind a desk all day. I tried that. It was fine, but it was not that interesting to me. In teaching, you get to interact with students all day, and it is just so rewarding, said Mrs. Anne Huang, Mandarin and French teacher.

Scorps Spotlight 12: Ms. Anne Huang, dual language teacher

Chun-Tzu Huang, Features Editor September 22, 2016

In her first official year of teaching, Ms. Anne Huang hopes to bring her passion for languages to Cam High as she takes on the position of teaching both Mandarin and French. Huang, who was raised...

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Janna Lopez, class of 2015, walked in preparation for graduation.

To the Graduating Seniors: Farewell

Chun-Tzu Huang, Staff Writer June 10, 2016

Exactly a week from now, hundreds of Cam High students will walk down the path in their blue graduation gowns, receive their diplomas, and formally say goodbye to their high school life. "Graduation...

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Juniors were required to take the CAASPP on the school laptops.

Eleventh graders assessed via CAASPP

Chun-Tzu Huang, Staff Writer May 27, 2016

Two weeks in May were converted to block schedule for Cam High juniors to take their English language arts and mathematics California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP) tests online...

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Senior Stephanie Sust constructs a mosaic tissue paper stained glass heart in Craft Club.

Crafting a good time

Chun-Tzu Huang, Staff Writer May 20, 2016

In K-2, construction paper and Elmer's glue transform into mini works of art. Juniors Ariana and Andrea Espinosa founded Cam High's craft club last year, with the help of advisor Mrs. Ida Lange, consumer...

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Cars line the fences in the lower parking lot due to a lack of spaces.

Limited parking on campus causes unrest

Chun-Tzu Huang and Kristi Chu May 3, 2016

Conflicts over parking spaces escalated after the construction of Cam High's new aquatics center, which now takes up a large section of the upper parking lot. This has lead to a decrease in parking spaces,...

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Future JSA State Speaker of the Assembly, junior, Samantha Paul.

Paul elected Speaker in nail-biting election

Chun-Tzu Huang, Staff Writer April 22, 2016

By a margin of just four votes, junior Samantha Paul was elected to be JSA's (Junior Statesman of America) Speaker of the Assembly for the Southern California region. She will assume her role for the 2016-2017...

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New air conditioning units hum and buzz next to the M building. The units cost  approximately $170,000 to install.

Air conditioning comes to Cam High

Chun-Tzu Huang, Staff Writer April 18, 2016

After numerous calls for solutions to elevated temperatures during Cam High's warmer months, 12 air conditioning units were installed in the L-wing--but not without problems. The humming machines,...

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Mr. Ham, school psychologist, is always available to help students who are in need.

A message of encouragement

Chun-Tzu Huang, Staff Writer March 17, 2016

Whether one wants to admit it or not, many of us have endured harsh times in our lives. Suicidal thoughts lurk in our darkest corners and quietly stare at us, revealing their presence when we feel most...

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A rose growing beside the B building.

A Day of Love

Chun-Tzu Huang, Staff Writer February 14, 2016

Pink and white balloons spread Valentine's Day cheer around campus as Cam High singles, couples and yet-to-be couples prepare for the long-awaited holiday. Students plan various activities or gifts...

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Sodas sold for $1 line the snack shack, run by the ACHS Music Boosters as a fundraiser for the music program.

Controversy surrounds alleged musical monopoly

Chun-Tzu Huang, Staff Writer February 10, 2016

Every day after school, many students purchase food and drinks from a cart in front of the A building or the 'snack shack' next to the ASB room. Both of these venues are owned by band, leading to controversy...

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