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Seniors win low-turnout Color Wars

Audrey Park, staff writer The seniors were victorious at ASB’s annual Color Wars in the Swim Gym on Tuesday, April 29. The event consisted of a series of games in which members of each grade level competed against each other. “They compete in competitions, such as the three-point shoot outs and limbo and the grade […]

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Red Cross Club awarded banner for service, events, activism

Jessica Lu, news editor The Red Cross Club was granted a banner from the American Red Cross in the Los Angeles region to recognize its standing and completion of services and events as part of the Banner Up! youth incentive program. The requirements to achieve this honor included coordinating a preparedness education presentation, hosting a […]

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Halimi joins administration as asst. principal

Robert Katz, web editor-in-chief The Board of Education voted to appoint English teacher Michelle Halimi as assistant principal for the 2014-2015 school year on Tuesday, April 22. Halimi will partially fill the administrative void left by departing assistant principals Amy Golden and Dr. Regina Zurbano, in addition to retiring assistant principal Toni Staser. Halimi, who […]

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Culinary students compete, learn professionalism at Skills USA

Marguerite Alberts, spotlight editor Students of Chef Rick Leece’s culinary classes, Intro to Culinary Arts and Advanced Culinary Arts, attended the annual Skills USA Competition last weekend in San Diego. While the competition serves to allow students from across the state to prove their skills in many different areas, Beverly’s representatives went to demonstrate their […]

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AP Psychology added to course catalog, Hinojosa to teach

Max Stahl, comment editor Next year, juniors and seniors at Beverly will for the first time have the opportunity to take AP Psychology. The course will count as an elective, and completion of two semesters of biology will be required for enrollment. AP Psychology will also be one of several courses seniors can take as […]

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21 students, teachers “donate eight” for Service Learning’s hair drive

Brenda Mehdian, staff writer The crowd watched as students lined up to support a charitable cause at the front lawn on Tuesday, April 19. During lunch the student body supported Service Learning’s annual hair donation drive, sponsored by Pantene Beautiful Lengths. According to co-chair senior Leora Hakim, due to the success of last year’s hair […]

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Robotics, minus senior prom attendees, competes in Mo.

Zoe Kenealy, staff writer Robotics team MorTorq 1515 advanced to the FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) championships at the Edward Jones Dome in St. Louis, Mo. The competition lasted four days,  April 23-26. “We were lucky enough to have advanced to this level of competition through our victory in Las Vegas,” […]

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DECA to compete in ICDC, attend National Leadership academies

Dani Klemes, web editor-in-chief Culminating its 2013-2014 competition year, DECA, the global high school and collegiate program that prepares young entrepreneurs for careers in management, finance, marketing and hospitality, is set to host the International Career Development Conference (ICDC) in Atlanta, Ga. from May 3 to May 6. The conference, as reported by DECA’s official […]

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Robotics ascends to nationals

Robert Katz, web editor-in-chief Members of robotics team MorTorq competed at the FIRST FRC national championship in St. Louis, MO from April 23 through April 26. The team placed in the 76th seed and did not enter eliminations. As well, the team won no awards. Absent from the members who traveled to the midwest event […]

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Michelle Halimi appointed assistant principal

Dani Klemes, web editor-in-chief Michelle Halimi was approved as assistant principal (in effect fall 2014) by the BHUSD Board of Education on Tuesday night, April 22. Currently an English teacher, Service Learning teacher WASC coordinator and alumna, Halimi has been a member of Beverly’s faculty for eight years and is eager to begin her new […]

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