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Emanuel Flores-Lobo

Emanuel Flores-Lobo, Staff Reporter

Emanuel Flores-Lobo is a freshman and is commencing his first year on the Newsstreak staff. He is also a part of the STEM academy. Emanuel enjoys going outside for walks and is intrigued by nature. When it's too cold to go for a stroll, he loves to watch Anime and listen to music. In his free time, he likes to hang out with his younger sister. During quarantine, Emanuel has started to make popsicles with ingredients he has at home. He usually makes them to enjoy with his family. Emanuel hopes to go to college and become a pediatrician when he is older and give the best help he can. Emanuel looks forward to the end of quarantine so he can start more activities at HHS.

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SCA announces winners of class t-shirt design contest

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The Student Community Association (SCA) announced a class t-shirt design contest February 25. Each grade level had the opportunity to submit a design for their graduating class through a Google Form. Designs...

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With online school being in action for over a year now, many students have gotten the chance to get familiar with their new environment. Regardless of the struggles accompanying online school, teachers...

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Senior Emma Lankford prepares meals for residents of VMRC.

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The girls JV volleyball team had a home game with Spotswood High School Tuesday, March 16. The two teams were tied most of the game until the Streaks let their guard down which paved victory for the Trailblazers....

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French Club adjusts to virtual school year, holds monthly meetings

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Despite the irregular school year we’ve had, the French Club continues to hold their monthly meetings. French teacher Sally Young and club president senior David Beck have hosted virtual movie viewings...

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