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Abby’s Declassified School Survival Guide

Abby Capra, Style Editor

June 17, 2020

To say that high school was crazy would be a complete understatement. I can’t believe that I am already a senior, and it’s my turn to write my final article for El Modena Frontline. High school was not was I expected, but I could not have wanted it any other way. I never would have thought my fr...

Behind The Scenes

Daphne Marsters, Staff Writer

June 3, 2020

   Here at El Modena, we are lucky to be the only high school with a full-day theatre program in Orange Unified. Unfortunately, a large chunk of the student body is unaware of how the class functions and what it does, aside from the few advertising posters scattered across campus. El Modena Frontl...

You’ve Got a P.A.L In Me

Olive Sanz, Feature Editor

June 3, 2020

Peer Assistance Leadership, is a student run group at El Modena High. It is an elective that any student can choose to take and this year Mrs. Rivera will be the classes advisor.  The goal for these students is to create a welcoming atmosphere at school for all other groups and individuals on campu...

Coronavirus Helping The Climate

Abby Capra, Style Editor

May 18, 2020

 Throughout these last few months of chaos, panic, and isolation, the Coronavirus has impacted the environment just as much as it has the human population of the world, but in a more positive way.    The waters of Venice, Italy are known to be murky, dirty and cloudy, but now they are as clear as ...

Women’s League

Dulce Jurado, staff writer and photographer

May 11, 2020

Women’s League, a club at El Modena High School that promotes women’s issues was originally named Girl’s League but their purpose did not. This school year Women’s League managed to put together the Walk for the Cure in October of 2019 and Winter Formal in February 2020. The board had more events...

Tribute to FASE

Tribute to FASE

Melissa Tea, Online Manager/Staff Writer

May 9, 2020

“The janitors threw away our tinikling sticks!” I was dumbfounded by the news Dagny Parayao, Jessica Thi, and Emily Mai had delivered. What could be so important about 8 feet long bamboo poles? While a few lost sticks seem small, they were the center point of (FASE) Filipino Asian Student Education’...

Serving Up Memories

Serving Up Memories

Jacob Boyd, Staff Writer

May 7, 2020

Throughout my two years at El Modena on the Boys Varsity Tennis team, I have looked forward to the last period of the day and even spending a significant amount of time after school practicing and playing matches with a group of people who share my passion for tennis. Although this year has been cut...

Ten Natural Wonders of the World You Should Visit

Nick Mascaro, El Mo News Editor

May 4, 2020

Niagara Falls, NY Niagara Falls is widely regarded as the most well known waterfall on the planet.  The falls stretch from New York all the way to Canada, giving sightseers an endless view of the waterfall.   Grand Canyon, AZ  Forged by glaciers millions of years ago, the Grand Canyon t...

The SuperHeroes in Quarantine

Dulce Jurado, Staff Writer and Photographer

April 28, 2020

Through this time in quarantine there is no need for saving from violence. The only violence the world that needs saving is the violence of the virus. Those saviors come from the medical field and they are the doctors and nurses.  The life of many are at risk, not only the ones tested positive with the c...

Teresa Mendoza’s Challenges the Year We Were Quarantined

Dulce Jurado, Staff Writer and Photographer

April 28, 2020

On March Friday the 13th all students in California were forced into their homes after governor Newson announced the closer of all schools due to COVID 19. Teresa Mendoza as well as other parents were affected through this because the times they work their children are at school.  She was the one...

The Kindness Shining Through During the Coronavirus Pandemic

Abby Capra, Style Editor

April 18, 2020

With the pandemic the world is facing today, it is everyone's duty to help one another. Whether it is staying home and social distancing, or even donating money, everyone should be making contributions to slow the spread of this virus. These celebrities have made significant donations to support those stru...

Avery Miles Keeps Her Smile

Avery Miles Keeps Her Smile

Abby Capra, Style Editor

March 30, 2020

Senior Avery Miles serves many roles on the El Modena campus. Miles is ASB President and Co-Captain of Vanguard Dance Company. As Miles senior year slowly comes to a close, Miles shares some valuable advice to underclassmen.  Frontline: You are currently on VDC at school. How long have you dance...

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