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Music to Our Ears

Eleanor Tjoa, Staff Writer December 17, 2021

Throughout the winter holiday season, Choir and Band have been busy at work. Two weeks ago, on December 5th, El Modena’s Choir participated in the community-wide Tree Lighting Ceremony at the Orange...

El Mo’s Clubs Get Into the Holiday Spirit

Daniel Barragan, Focus Editor December 17, 2021

   El Modena offers a variety of fun and engaging clubs thanks to our amazing student body! As the world moves into the holiday season, our clubs do too! The Cooking Club allows for students to have...

The Wish Fairy Assembly

The Wish Fairy Assembly

Leilani Pongco, Girls Style Editor December 17, 2021

   Prancing fairies, VDC, ASB, Cheer and Pom, as well as a special performance by the Varsity Boys Basketball team came together to produce an assembly in the hopes of sparking joy and holiday cheer...

Etoile

Etoile

Finn Drageset, Arts & Entertainment Editor December 17, 2021

  On December ninth and tenth El Modena’s very own VDC, accompanied by the dance classes, put on a stunning display of skilled movements and innovative choreography. This is VDC’s first live show...

“The Frogs” Are Hitting The Stage

“The Frogs” Are Hitting The Stage

Heather Chell, Front Page Editor November 29, 2021

On December 1st, Drama will be performing their first play of the year. They decided on a play that will make you roll on the floor laughing. “The Frogs: A Modern Adaptation” is a comedy based off...

Thankful for El Mo Alumni

Thankful for El Mo Alumni

Sara Bowen, El Mo News Editor November 29, 2021

 El Modena has cultivated great students for the past decades. One of these great students happens to be a professional baseball player by the name of Freddie Freeman. Freeman grew up in Southern California,...

Something Wicked

Something Wicked

Eleanor Tjoa, Staff Writer October 29, 2021

On October 29th, El Modena is hosting their annual Fall Arts Festival in the Nature Center. During this festival, students gather together to celebrate the coming of fall and to get in the spooky spirit.     With...

Coffee Night!

Coffee Night!

Heather Chell, Front Page Editor October 29, 2021

     Choir knows how to throw a party! If you didn’t know, the choir likes to put on two concerts a year for our Vanguards to enjoy, and this amazing event is called Coffee Night!     Coffee...

Wii Love Fall Sports

Hailey Kay Peterson, Arts & Entertainment Editor October 29, 2021

   As the season ends for fall sports, we celebrated our teams at the Fall Sports Assembly. Each fall sports team took the stage and gave the crowd a memorable performance.     The theme of the...

Counselors, College, and Confusion

Counselors, College, and Confusion

Sara Bowen, El Mo News Editor October 29, 2021

    Vanguard Seniors. We’re still in the beginning of Senior year, but everything seems to be moving a little too fast. Counselors? College? The Future?! It’s all a bit too much to process,...

Red Ribbon Week

Hailey Kay Peterson, Arts & Entertainment Editor October 29, 2021

   Red Ribbon Week just took place on campus and our school celebrated with hallway decorations and dress-up days. To give context, Red Ribbon Week is a drug prevention campaign that occurs in schools...

Class Perspective

Eleanor Tjoa, Staff Writer September 28, 2021
El Modena Leaders All Have Different Views on The New School Year
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