Wolfpack Times

  • Join all zoom classes, in order to be counted for attendance.
  • LAUSD High School Sports Paused for Return Until Further Notice.
  • Food available for pickup to all LAUSD students at MACES 7am-11am
MACES YEARBOOK - Get the Maywood Center for Enriched Studies 2020-2021 yearbook today. “There are so many amazing things happening; you will be very happily surprised if you do buy a yearbook and see what your classmates are creating,” Ms. Torres, yearbook advisor said.
Yearbook Q&A with Adviser Ms. Torres
Emily Mojica, Managing Editor • March 16, 2021

Q: Can students still submit photos? A: “Yes, currently we have the Image Share App open and students can still submit photos that way....

A TIME TO CELEBRATE WOMEN- National Women’s History Month highlights the countless contributions women have had in history, science, and society. “We need to start giving space to talk to womxn of all backgrounds,” Ms. Navarro, a biology teacher and ASB adviser, said.
National Women’s History Month: Let’s celebrate women
Daniella Hernandez, Editor-in-Chief of Content • March 15, 2021
THE IMPORTANCE OF DRIVING- For many students, learning how to drive provides a sense of ease by knowing they have the means to travel to school or work. “Having a driver license will also be an asset for me so I can commute back and forth between work, college and whatever place I decide to move into,” a senior, Adan Barrera, said.
(Photo by Jaromír Kavan)
The Worries of New Student Drivers
Steven Hernandez, News Editor • March 2, 2021
A CUP OF KISSES- What will students do this Valentine’s Day with limited choices? “ I will probably do what I always do on weekends which is catch up on homework, watch netlfix, and be with my family,” Mariana Gutierrez a freshman says.
Valentines Day: What will People do Amid a Pandemic?
Johnathan Cordero, Illustrator • February 14, 2021
MAYWOOD MAKEOVER - The city of Maywood will soon be home to new white street signs and an outdoor gym. Maywood’s newest restaurant, Egg N Bird, is also now open for pick up orders.
Maywood Makeover: New Gym, Restaurants, & More
Emily Mojica, Managing Editor • February 10, 2021
MOVING OUT-Los Angeles used to be the popular place people dreamt to live in. “I moved from California because Vegas is way cheaper than LA. Even though we have less than the minimum wage, the groceries are way cheaper so it equalizes,” a former-MaCES senior said.
Los Angeles Populations Decline Due to Price Increase
Ashley Padilla, Reporter • February 5, 2021
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