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May 3rd, 2019

Here comes finals...

How is it possible we are at the end of the year? It seriously felt like we were walking through those gates a few days ago, but now we are already finishing up our final projects, taking AP tests, and studying for finals. With the stressful end of the year, relax a little with our last 2018-2019 newsletter! MAY you pass all your finals!

-Lauren Mitchell, Editor In Chief

By: Sarah Niezgodzki

On the first weekend of April, an event was held in Downtown Phoenix that was filled with love, acceptance, and a plethora of colors as Phoenix Pride took place for the 38th year in a row. Almost, 20,000 members of the LGBTQ+ community gathered to show the pride they all have for who they are.

Read more here.

By: Carlos Johnson

On Friday, April 26th, the most anticipated movie in the Avengers series opened in theaters. With only three days in theaters, Marvel’s: Endgame has already accumulated a total of $1.2 billion dollars in sales as of April 28th. As a fairly new fan of Avengers, you will probably take my review with a grain of salt, but personally, I thought this movie was amazing! It really gave a lot of answers to questions that were left unanswered in Infinity War and tied this stage of the MCU together.

Click here for more, but warning *there are SPOILERS*

By: Hayley Baker

Imagine your alarm goes off, you wake up and it’s time to start a new day. You get to school early enough to hang with friends for a few minutes, but not too early. The bell rings. It’s 7:15 in the morning… 7:15! As we get older we are naturally staying up later, yet school is starting earlier. The average time that high schools start is around 7-8 in the morning, meaning that students have to get up 1-2 hours earlier to start getting ready.

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By: Jennifer Perez

The Track and Field team wraps up a successful season, with some athletes competing to the state competition! The team was ready and prepared for this season. Coach Espinoza describes this season as a successful one, “we were able to increase the number of individual athletes and relay teams who qualified for state,” he said.

Find more info here.





Happy Teacher Appreciation Week!

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Teachers are a crucial aspect for students to get a good education and are always there to listen. With next week as Teacher Appreciation week why not thank a teacher? A thank you note, an apple, or even just a "Happy Teacher Appreciation Week!" will suffice!

Thank you Agua Fria Teachers! You really make Agua Fria great!


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