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  • Percentage of people ages 16+ vaccinated in Maywood: 50.7% as of 5/16/2021
  • Vaccination Site at MACES: ages 12 and up with parent permission May 26 from 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
  • Join all zoom classes, in order to be counted for attendance.
Summer 2021: A New Beginning
Summer 2021: A New Beginning
Kimberly Sanchez June 9, 2021

Overall, this year has been crazy and overwhelming for everyone. From being worried about what vaccine to get to concerns about when going on...

After over a year of distance-learning, Maywood Center for Enriched Studies offers students the opportunity to participate in hybrid-learning. For the first week back on campus, students and staff adapted to a new schedule, routine, and safety protocols. Photo by Melissa Ponce
Photojournalism: A look inside school’s first week of reopening
Melissa Ponce , Editor in Chief of Design • May 1, 2021
VACCINATION FEAR- As vaccines begin to be administered, some people are deciding to opt-out of receiving it. Some people fear that it will infect them with coronavirus or are afraid of the side effects. However, in order to get out of this pandemic, a large number of the population must get fully vaccinated.“We should look to get rid of these viruses rather than spread them” Mr. Nolasco said.
Vaccines should be made mandatory
Gustavo Morales, Online Editor • March 14, 2021
THE RETURN OF SPORTS- CIF and LAUSD have approved the return of high school sports. Mr.Gomez, MACES Athletic Director, explains how sports practices will be conducted and gives insight to some frequently asked questions.
Return of Sports Q&A with MACES Athletic Director Mr.Gomez
Melissa Ponce, Editor in Chief of Design • March 9, 2021
A DIFFERENT KIND OF RELATIONSHIP-As the one year mark of living with Covid-19 comes near, Valentines Day is coming to pass. The question has to be asked, how have students and their relationships been affected by the pandemic? “Normally a relationship is like hanging out with your close friend all the time. However now it’s sanitizing your hands and keeping your distance ...” Victor Moreneo, a senior, said.
Risky Relationships
Andres Flores, Features Editor • February 14, 2021
The spread of the coronavirus has changed students’ daily routines, yet, it has also helped some develop news interests and hobbies. “I found out I like anime. Lately I’ve been watching shows back to back,” Katelyn Chacon said
What COVID has been like this Year in MACES
David Lopez Jr., Reporter • December 24, 2020
COVID-19 Vaccine- After a sluggish nine months of quarantine, Pfizer’s Covid-19 vaccine was approved by the FDA. Healthcare workers will be the first to receive the vaccination. “This is a great first step towards ending the pandemic,” Lisandra Navarro, biology teacher, said.
A Breakdown: Pfizer Vaccine Approved and on the Market
Andres Flores, Features editor • December 16, 2020
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