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HYBRID VS ONLINE LEARNING-The data recorded from Wolfpack Times reporters shows that 20 percent are unsure if they will be participating in hybrid-learning, and 45 percent of reporters will continue school online only. On the other hand, 35 percent of reporters will take part in hybrid-learning if that option is made available. “A lot of students are losing interest in school, not having the same motivation as they did before,” Ashley Padilla, Photography Editor, said.

Staff Editorial: Hybrid vs Online Learning

Kiana Tapia, Editorial Editor
January 25, 2021
Whenever a person is sick, they often feel horrible and it is hard for them to do daily actions,

My Experience with COVID-19

Gustavo Morales, Online Editor
December 31, 2020
MEET THE AUTHOR - Julia Cervantes-Espinoza’s second book “Christmas Time A-Z con Rosita!” is the perfect gift for families this holiday season. “My goal was to publish two books by the end of the year. I wanted to capitalize on all the learning from my experience with writing my first book,” Cervantes-Espinoza said.

Meet the Author: Julia Cervantes-Espinoza

Emily Mojica, Managing Editor
December 23, 2020
THE SEMESTER WAS NOT TRAGIC - Students were hesitant going into the online semester, but it was not the worst experience. Adversity was present but students finished the semester and look forward to the next challenge.

Recapping the Semester; It wasn’t Horrible

Enrique Galeana, Arts & Entertainment Editor
December 18, 2020
IT’S THAT TIME OF THE YEAR - While some students are finalizing their college applications, others are beginning to hear back from colleges. I applied to Georgetown University under the Early Action program and heard back from them on December 13, 2020.

Hearing Back from Georgetown University

Wendy Caldera, Social Media Editor
December 17, 2020
LOCKDOWN SHUTS DOWN NON ESSENTIAL BUSINESS- Many businesses are forced to close their doors not long after being able to reopen. “It hurts to see many lose their jobs because of the pandemic, but if the lock down helps to slow down the spread then we have to do our part,” Diego Toscano, a senior, said.

Los Angeles Back in Lock-Down

Steven Hernandez, News Editor
December 17, 2020
A “NEW” MIDDLE SCHOOL EXPERIENCE- Six graders this year are stuck at home and not having the middle school experience they imagined. Despite the circumstances, they share how they are making the most out of the school year. “Well, my ideal sixth grade year was to keep my grades up and participate in clubs and meet new friends” Anthony Padilla, sixth grader said

A New Sixth Grade Experience

Ashley Padilla, Photography Editor
December 16, 2020
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