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Cam Highs mariachi band and two rope performers on the stage for a Cinco de mayo festival.

A Day of Heritage: A Brief History of Cinco de Mayo

Haelley Hogan and Gaberiel Delacruz May 6, 2017

Cinco de Mayo has a rich history, rooted in Mexico that has now spread into the melting pot of the United States culture. As the day approaches, the story of the fifth of May is brought into the spotlight. In...

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The Surfrider Foundation is partners with the local Matilija Coalition, who has been trying to have the dam removed for years. Mr. Paul Jenkin passed out stickers bearing the dashed line and scissors, symbolizing the activism behind the Matilija Coalition.

The Written Word of STEM

Haelley Hogan, Staff Writer April 3, 2017

Students from Mr. Kevin Buddhu's AP English Literature and Composition and Mr. John Gonzales' AP Environmental Science classes were invited to attend a presentation on Friday, Mar. 18 in Cam High's library...

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Cam Highs drum line performing their show The Web We Weave at Monrovia High School.

Rolling Into Spring With A New Beat

Haelley Hogan, Staff Writer March 29, 2017

Cam High musicians are known to flood the field at half time during football season, encouraging players to fight to the end, and even putting on the occasional pep band performance at basketball games....

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Prom held at Spanish Hills Country Club of May 2016.

New Prom Transportation Policy Sparks Controversy

Haelley Hogan and Gaberiel Delacruz February 3, 2017

For several years, limousines and party buses have been banned from Cam High dances, including prom night. However, a recent newsletter from the administration released during homeroom informed the students...

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FORT LAUDERDALE, FL - JANUARY 06: People wait on the tarmac of Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International airport after a shooting took place near the baggage claim on January 6, 2017 in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Officials are reporting that five people were killed and eight wounded in an attack by a single gunman.   (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

A Fight for Survival

Haelley Hogan, Staff Writer January 24, 2017

According to various new sites, including CNN, five people were reported killed in the recent shooting at the Fort Lauderdale Airport in Florida, leaving another six people injured. The incident also...

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Lucky the Lamb received her name because she was fortunate that her injury was not life threatening.

A Lucky Lamb Indeed

Haelley Hogan, Staff Writer January 18, 2017

The Cam High Agricultural department welcomed a healthy newborn lamb on Dec. 1, a daughter of a sheep on campus, healthy and ready for a happy life the school. However, less than three days after the...

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Gabriel Martin, senior, donating his blood at the annual United Blood Services Blood Drive.

Stopping the Bleeding–For Good Reason

Haelley Hogan, Staff Writer December 14, 2016

Over 200 Cam High students band together every year to donate their blood to potentially save the lives of others.  Some conquer a fear of needles to help those in need, while others are barred from donating...

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Mr. Peter Watchel, Woodshop teacher, being handed a $500 check from Mrs. Pat McCord, class of 61, and other Cam High alumnis for the woodwork department. The first four graduating classes also donated a $500 check to the music department.

First Scorpion Graduates Donate to their Alma Mater

Haelley Hogan, Staff Writer December 8, 2016

Thanks to the graduating classes of '59, '60, '61, and '62, both the Cam High Band and Wood-shop programs are $500 richer as of Wednesday, Oct. 19. During a staff meeting in the library, band director...

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Jared Kedzia, Luke James, Jack Alcorn, seniors, and Tyler Witucki, junior.

Fall Production Didn’t Fall Short of Greatness

Haelley Hogan, Staff Writer December 2, 2016

[slideshow_deploy id='60919']   With every fall semester comes a fall production, and this year, the Drama Department did not disappoint with their performance of "Of Mice And Men." The cast...

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Jaime Jaquez, sophomore, waits to be substituted into last nights game against Agoura.

Scorps Spotlight 14: Jaime Jaquez Jr.

Haelley Hogan, Staff Writer December 1, 2016

The squeak of sneakers and the bouncing of the ball on the court are familiar sounds for Cam High sophomore Jaime Jaquez Jr. Jaquez has loved basketball for almost his whole life, ever since his father...

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