June 2017 | All in a Name | That’s My Name, Too

June 1, 2017

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Many people share a first or last name. That would be expected considering that there are over 300 million people in the United States and a first name like Maria or last names like Garcia and Hernandez are relatively common. Popular ...

June 2017 | Volunteer | London Legree

June 1, 2017

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London Legree has been volunteering at the Leaven for 3 years and has been working to make an impact by helping the ones in need. At the Leaven, she helps the kids with their homework, outside activities and teach about God, “as...

June 2017 | Sibling Spotlight | And then there were three…

June 1, 2017

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  Elias Stehr has a 20 year old brother in Germany, but for this year he has had the privilege of being the oldest in his American family. His “brother” and “sister,” Sebastian and Karina Sisi, are actually relat...

June 2017 | Teacher Feature | Putting the Pieces Together

June 1, 2017

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When Armijo High School needed a teacher for the welding class, they knew just what to do. They offered the position to Mr. Harry Toebe and he accepted it. That was two years ago, and although his permanent address is actually i...

June 2017 | At Work | Food for the Future

June 1, 2017

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Aron Chuatakoon took a step down from his job as head chef at Slanted Tree in Fairfield when he decided to work as a line cook at Ironwood Bistro in Suisun, but it was all part of a master plan that involves becoming an executive...

June 2017 | Far From Home

Jasriya Kukreja

June 1, 2017

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Gerardo Vasquez has come all the way to the United States, seeking out a better education and better preparation for his future. He moved here 2 months ago with his mother and the brother. He plans to visit his hometown next year. Hi...

Mystery Person: April 2017

Jasriya Kukreja

May 1, 2017

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Our mystery person for this month is a freshman at Armijo High School. She enjoys skating and drawing. The accomplishment that she is most proud of is getting good grades. If she could travel a place in the world, it would be...

Far from Home: John Cea

Jasriya Kukreja

May 1, 2017

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Jonathan Cea has moved to United States from El Salvador this year on January 26, 2017. He misses his family the most as he traveled alone on this long journey. He moved to US as “there were a lot of gangs and it was dangero...

Sibling spotlight: The Corley’s

Kayla Reynolds

May 1, 2017

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Regan (a senior) and Kennedy Corley (a freshman) are sisters at Armijo High School. Although Regan and Kennedy are three years apart, they are very close. At Armijo, they both participate in varsity tennis and leadership. Regan,...

Teacher feature: It Takes a Lot of Heart

Sophia Santos

May 1, 2017

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We know all teachers work hard, but some take on their own particular set of responsibilities aside from grueling over lesson plans. Here at Armijo, Mr. Chris Wiegand is a Resource Specialist, or Special Education teacher, who ...

At Work: Camryn King

Jasriya Kukreja

May 1, 2017

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  Camryn King is a very hardworking and a caring person who works as a recreational leader for the city of Suisun. She works with kids on afterschool program and help them with homework till their parents pick them up...

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