The Cinco Peso Press

An Injury That Changed Everything

An Injury That Changed Everything

Gabriel Cordero, Reporter May 17, 2021

In our first podcast, sophomore Gabriel Cordero and his father share the story of an injury that changed Gabriel's life.  

Tales From A Pandemic Worker

Tales From A Pandemic Worker

Working as a remote student isn't always fun, but the lessons learned are worth it
Leah Monge Gonzalez, Reporter May 14, 2021

A Christmas Miracle. That's what my paycheck felt like in December. It might be a pandemic, but I still work. Before the pandemic everything was nice, smooth and fun because it was my first job and I...

Basketball season has started.

5 for 1

Boys basketball saying goes beyond the court
Ariana Garcia, Reporter November 15, 2017

Varsity boys' basketball coach, David Markley said it best.  "Culture never graduates."  Making it the deepest into the playoffs, setting new school records, stats, or displaying a higher performance...

Sophomore Brittani and senior Bri Reed both advanced to the 4th round in the All-State Choir audition process.

A Sister Story

8 choir students place, 6 advance to final round in All-State audition process
Hali Cortes, Reporter November 14, 2017

It was round three of the all state process and sophomore Brittani Reed was confident. Brittani wasn't the only Reed on the stage that day. Her sister senior Bri Reed was there too.  Following in her...

Sophomore Davis Kirkland and sophomore Anna Reyero in the first CTHS bilingual play, Stories El Rio.

Theater Presents First Bilingual Play

Stories of El Rio gives actors chance to show their language skills
Abby Rojas, Editor November 14, 2017

The auditorium goes dark and the curtain opens. The spotlight centers in on one person as the play begins. The audience listens intently as the actors deliver their lines with emotion and really begin...

'She's What Makes Me, Me'

‘She’s What Makes Me, Me’

Mother/daughter bond created during cooking
Alaina Salazar, Reporter November 13, 2017

Some people think spending time with friends is more fun than spending time with parents, but junior Brianna Oro doesn't think so. She and her mom watch Criminal Minds together then head straight to the...

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