The Lance

New teacher embraces diversity

Megan Palinkas, Staff writer

January 7, 2016

Filed under Charger News

Ever since she was a young girl, Aracelys Rios knew she was going to become a teacher one day. Helping out her six other siblings with homework and her passion for school helped her decide she was going to teach. Dr. Rios,...

World-Traveler now calls St. Joseph home

Fiona Leiva, Staff writer

January 7, 2016

Filed under Charger News

Ms. Azsherae Gary, a person of many experiences, holds education very dearly to her heart. Her talent and travels have taught her much and have even given her many opportunities such as teaching in Tokyo, Japan. Recently she has...

St. Joseph receives grants to upgrade science lab

Leslie Loeza, Staff writer

May 13, 2015

Filed under Charger News

Ms. Zwilling, the chemistry teacher, is very proud to say that St. Joe’s has received donations and is planning to use it in the science department to upgrade our labs. Many students don’t realize the importance of having...

Do the school rules work and are they being followed properly?

Amber Mataczynski, Staff writer

March 3, 2015

Filed under Charger News

Rules are important for everyone in the school, teachers and students alike. These guidelines are made with each student’s safety and interest at heart. But now-a-days it seems like students think it is okay to take advantage...

The student news site of St. Joseph High School
Charger News