The Cinco Peso Press

More Than Chemistry

More Than Chemistry

Instructor striving to be more than just a teacher
Alex Rea, Reporter December 15, 2020
"It was an accident, it was a fluke, and I can’t even imagine me doing anything else.” 

Sophomore Finds New Favorite Person When Niece Is Born

Denise Campos , Reporter March 1, 2019

March 15, 2018. That’s a day Sophomore Martin Ramirez-Olivo will never forget. On that day, his sister, who he looks up to as a mother figure, introduced to him his niece. From that day forward, his...

Director John Canfield and senior Natalie Sustek. Photo courtesy; Ranger Regiment twitter.

Canfield Takes A Bow

After 33 years band director retires from teaching
Jacquie Hernandez, Reporter May 29, 2018

Friday Night Lights. Buzz of florescent still in the ear. The energy, music, the held breaths, all gave away at the end of the night, where routine falls back in place and students trudge makeshift to...

Support, Report, Defend

Support, Report, Defend

Students expected to report bullying if they see it
Hali Cortes and Justine Rey, Reporters May 11, 2018

For some people the hallways between classes are the perfect place to hang out with friends. For others, being in those same halls becomes a nightmare.  A nightmare that leaves the students wondering...

Jacob Boone

Jacob Boone: A Rockin’ It Ranger Story

Senior Jacob Boone chosen Rockin' It Ranger for April
Rebecca Veber, Editor April 30, 2018

As we walked through the hall to the cafeteria for his interview Jacob told me how cool it was to be interviewed for Rockin' It Ranger, but he also explained how ready he was for school to end. "I am...

Rockin It Ranger Wash

Rockin’ It Ranger Alauna Washington

Rebecca Veber, Editor April 9, 2018

  Rockin' it Ranger Freshman Alauna "Wash" Washington  Q: How do you feel about earning Rockin It Ranger?  A: I was surprised because when they came in the room there was another person...

Zateya Jackson, her six siblings and her parents.

The Jackson 7

Freshman remembers her most stressful day
Miranda Barragan, Reporter November 15, 2017

It was 9 p.m. on April 4, 2014. Her mom was having cramps and everyone was worried because they were almost certain that the baby was being born. With five kids already, they knew the signs. Her...

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