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High School Life As A Senior by Gabriela Rivera

High School Life As A Senior by Gabriela Rivera

Life as a high school senior isn't as easy as it looks. Us seniors have to make a real big decision deciding what we're going to do with our lives. This step makes everything so difficult. Signing up for scholarships, college's, tests, etc. and meeting deadlines can only go so far to were it gets so fustrating.

Now figuring out what you want to do is another thing. Some of many questions that go through seniors heads would be like, "should I go to a community college?" "Can i afford going to a university?" or "What should I study?"

Senior life...what more can you say about it but it's sucks. It seems like we were just freshman yesterday and now we have to know what we want to do. We have to choose one of the biggest steps in our lives.

Although we're all excited to leave high school, thank God, none of us are really ready to leave.

 

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Four Year Journey by Kasey Guevara

Four Year Journey by Kasey Guevara

Well class of 2012 it’s finally here the very last leg of our high school career; yes I’m talking about Senior Year.  It’s the year that high-schoolers look forward to from the very first day of their freshman year, or at least I did; the year where we plan on having the most fun because let’s face it, we deserve to!  Yes, after three long years of moving up the high school totem pole we’ve made it to the top.

Do Parents Really Know What Their Teenagers are Saying?

Do Parents Really Know What Their Teenagers are Saying?

By: Zack Hummel from Lodi High School

 

Most parents know what “LOL” and “OMG’ stand for, but there are also those acronyms that us teenagers use that our parents don’t know what they really stand for.

If parents really knew what their teenager were saying, then maybe the major drama that happens between teenagers might never happen. Many teenagers know what they can and can not say, due to our parent’s rules. So in retaliation us teenagers have created acronyms to try and hide what we are trying to say. Parents do not know what we are saying, as a teenager; I think that it is very wrong. Parents have given us teenagers their trust by giving us our own cell phones and full access to the World Wide Web.

When can I substitute tomato paste for sauce?

When can I substitute tomato paste for sauce?

When can I substitute tomato paste for sauce?
Lodi News-Sentinel
Kaylee from Lodi Dear Kaylee: It will slightly change the taste of the finished product, but you can use it. It would be a 1:1 formula. So if you are using a 6-ounce can of tomato paste, you would want to add 6 ounces of water to it. ...

Lodi Unified Schools chief wins contract extension

Lodi Unified Schools chief wins contract extension

Lodi Unified Schools chief wins contract extension
Stockton Record
LODI - Four Lodi Unified trustees who heavily criticized Superintendent Cathy Nichols-Washer's leadership during their 2010 election campaign voted in favor of extending her contract Tuesday night, heaping praise on her. ...

Notes and gleanings from the Lodi community

Notes and gleanings from the Lodi community

Notes and gleanings from the Lodi community
Lodi News-Sentinel
Maybe they're taking a vacation at Lodi Lake — I hope! There were two pairs of grosbeaks coming to the feeder by the kitchen window, but they have been gone recently. Probably scared off by a very pushy blue jay who wedges himself into the feeder and ...

New Covenant Tabernacle in Lodi

New Covenant Tabernacle in Lodi

New Covenant Tabernacle wants to bring more ethnic culture, female presence to ...
Lodi News-Sentinel
"Some people in Lodi didn't particularly care for black skin," MucCular said. Now a pastor, MucCular wants to bring more African-American culture to Lodi, although she maintains that her church, New Covenant Tabernacle, isn't a "black church. ...