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Junior Achievement Field Trip

Sophia Raya, Staff Writer

February 12, 2019

Nearly every tenth grade student attended the Junior Achievement field trip, also known as JA, in order to get a feel for money related issues that they will come to find as an adult. Students attended this trip from ei...

Dr. Santos will be Bayfront’s next Principal

Lawrence Ojeda

December 17, 2018

Ladies and Gentlemen of Bayfront Charter, we are sad to announce that the Executive Director, Dr. Kevin Riley will be stepping down from his position and letting his companion Dr. Ryan Santos take over as Interim Principal. ...

Invasion or Salvation

Brianna Brow and Jennifer Gutierrez, Staff Writers

December 13, 2018

Children crying, people yelling, tear gas falling near the invaders. This is what the Honduran caravan in Mexico had to face as they attempted to illegally enter the United States on November 25, 2018. Due to this dilemma, ...

Girls Club

Lawrence Ojeda

December 12, 2018

Girls, we have a club for you. An all ladies club is now open. This is where they can relax, talk, make new friends with other students, and can work on performances for pep rallies or talent shows. They meet almost every Tuesday ...

Donald Trump or Donald Dump?

Angelina Goopio, Jose Talavera, Niara Trader, and Jennifer Gutierrez, Staff Writers

November 27, 2018

What does it take to be an American citizen? Being born on American soil? United States President, Donald Trump wants to change this. President Trump is considering on repealing the 14th amendment. The 14th amendment gives automatic citi...

Bayfront’s Annual Blood Drive

Danielle Mendieta and Julianna Carranza

November 16, 2018

This year's blood drive was not as “successful” as past years. The school's annual blood drive occurred on Friday, November 9th. Two juniors, Paola Pantino and Erain Barachino, had to jump through hoops in order to make this blo...

Trump’s Transgender Ban

Sophia Raya and Brianna Brow

November 16, 2018

As 2018 comes to a close, more laws are being pushed by the Trump administration than in previous months. One such law is a reversal of Title IX, which deals with sex discrimination laws. President Trump wants to rewrite this...

Fall-Stevities

Lilah Pillado and Mark Soohkhiram

November 9, 2018

The annual Fall Festival is one of the school’s biggest events and this year did not disappoint. From a waffle truck to a petting zoo, the fall festival was more action packed than any other year. This year, there was e...

The Late Charger Dilemma: Student Responsibility

Mark imler

October 26, 2018

Last year Students who have been in BayFront Charter High School have had there laptops with laptop chargers. But this year students who did not have chargers and had ordered them got them very late and nobody is happy with t...

This Year’s Ping-Pong Tournament

Ezekiel Stephenson, Staff Writer

October 26, 2018

Ezekiel Stephenson This year’s Ping-Pong tournament is soon, and information on the event is scarce, despite the number of people interested in the event. It isn’t even known where and when the event will take place. No...

A Review worth 25 cents

Felix Garcia, Staff Writer

October 26, 2018

The first quarter of the year is coming to an end.This was an eventful quarter for the school with the new teachers, new students, and new schedule. 1   “It was muy bueno, it was good!” said freshman Armando Molin...

New Year, New Teachers

Angelina Goopio, Staff Writer

October 26, 2018

The new school year brings new teachers for Sophomore students. One of these teachers is Tiana Condee who has 2 years of substituting and 5 years of tutoring experience.   “I was a tutor for a long time” says Con...

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