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K-5: What are the Kids Most Excited to do at the Fall Fest?

On October 20 we will be hosting our annual Fall Fest at the school. The Fall Fest is full of fun! You can play games, hang out with your friends, spray silly string at people, eat delicious food and treats, play bingo, and do fun crafts! Sadly, our annual haunted house will not be returning this ye...

This Year’s Fall Fest Food

Madison Grube, Contributor | October 15, 2018

This year at the Fall Fest, there will be new food in addition to the usual food. As usual, the beverages booth will be serving sodas such as Sprite, Coca-Cola, Diet Coke, and Dr. Pepper. At the Mexican Food booth, there will be tacos, tortas, and burritos while the American Food booth will be serving burgers and chips. The Mediterranean Food booth will be serving chicken skewers with hummus, pita,...

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Fall Fest Preview

Will Crowley, Contributor | October 15, 2018

Our favorite night all of fall for the school is coming pretty soon and it’s the Fall Fest. I interviewed the person running it all Kimberly Crowley and this is what she said about what will be there and what we will see there. There will be new games such as a maze, an obstacle course, ski ball, bungee run, a cake walk, karaoke, a photo booth, and a slide. Unfortunately there will be no haunted...

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Arthur Camara

Rory Rago, contributor
October 15, 2018

This week’s peacebuilder of the week is Arthur Camara! He is very helpful and nice around the school. A peacebuilder principal preferral is a form that the teachers give out to kids if they spot them doing something kind. You get called up at assembly and they give you the peacebuilder form. You bring the form to Mrs. Ramirez and she gives you a peacebuilder shirt that you can wear. I talked to...

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Peacebuilder of the Week: Quincy Duong

Noelle Chua, Contributor
October 8, 2018

This week’s Peacebuilder is Quincy Duong! Quincy is a boy in 1A, Mrs. Khalaf’s class. He received a Peacebuilder award for always greeting everyone in the morning and being nice to everyone. He is a new student here at St. Philip and so far he loves the school. His favorite thing at school is recess because he gets to play with his friends. He enjoys meeting new people and making friends. This...

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Peacebuilder of the Week!

Brynn Napierala, contributor
October 1, 2018

This weeks peacebuilder of the week is Inez Javelera! Inez is a 6th grader, who is 11 years old! Being a peacebuilder means that you are kind and helpful to everyone. Here is our interview! I first asked her, “Who did you receive your peace builders preferral from?” She said, “I got my peacebuilder's prereferral from Mrs.Slater!” Then I asked, “What did you do to get your peacebuilder's preferral?”...

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Night of the Living Gummy Bears

Cecilia Kvochak, Contributor
October 15, 2018

Night of the Living Gummy Bears It was a normal day at the Haribo gummy bear factory, a week before Halloween. Steve was on duty, watching the machine create gummy bear after gummy bear after gummy bear. Steve went to an Ivy league school and had a late night sleep because he was working on a research paper. Steve decided to take a little rest just sleeping against the wall. As Steve started drifting...

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A Cat’s Diary

Desiree Velasquez, Contributor
September 24, 2018

A Cat’s Diary Dear Diary, My name is Lil’ Fluff. I like music and rapping, but my owner can’t understand my raps. He instead gives me food every time I start rapping. Due to that, I’ve started to go on a diet because he likes to give me way too much food. So I now eat less than I usually would, and I exercise on the cat towers. This keeps me super fit and healthy! All the cats look at my...

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The Candyland Catastrophe

Cecilia Kvochak, Contributor
September 10, 2018

The Candyland Catastrophe, Part 1               Little Johnny was bored. He wanted to play a game. He asked his older sister Karen if she wanted to play Candyland. She said no because she was too busy on her phone texting her friends. Little Johnny sighed. Then he went to his little brother Jimmy. Jimmy didn’t want to play because he was too busy driving his toy truck through the sandbox....

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Beignets

Sophia Islas, Contributor
October 15, 2018

Have you ever wondered, “What are the little things that the princess Tiana makes in the movie The Princess in the Frog?” These are called beignets. Beignets are a French pastry that is very popular in New Orleans. These pastries originated in France. I was very interested in making them after watching the movie The Princess and the Frog. There are many ways to make beignets but the most simple...

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Berry Galette Recipe

Rory Rago, contributor
October 8, 2018

         One of my favorite recipes is an amazing berry galette. A galette is a freeform pie with an open face. This is a very quick and easy recipe to make. There are very few ingredients that this recipe needs and they are all easy to find. There are a lot of different fruit combinations that you can try out but this one is my favorite.             Berry Galette Recipe   Ingredients ...

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Cinnamon Apple Croissants

Alisa Balian, Contributor
October 1, 2018

Hi, Falcons! This week’s recipe is cinnamon apple croissants, which are perfect for Fall!   Ingredients: 2 green apples 2 cans of croissants ½ cup sugar 2 tbsp. Cinnamon ¼ cup butter Directions: First, core the apples and slice them thinly. Next, mix the cinnamon and sugar together in a bowl or mixing cup while melting the butter. Lay the croissants flat on...

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