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The student news site of El Modena High School


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Christmas For Everyone

Christmas For Everyone

Natalee Martinez, Staff Writer January 10, 2023

When it comes to Christmas, everyone does something different and that’s what makes traditions so special. One student in particular, Matia Gonzalez (10) spends her Christmas with all of her extended...

Personal Christmas Wants

Valerie Sanchez Rodriguez, Staff writer January 10, 2023

Frontline: What do you want for Christmas? Alan Munoz: “Gas, styrofoam, new wheels or rims for my car, and a teddy bear would be nice.” Frontline: What do you want for Christmas? Pea Clarisse...

The AP Experience

Brendan Tran, Staff Writer November 1, 2022

Frontline asked two students taking AP classes, Conner Smith, who is taking AP Computer Science Principles, and Gia Santolalla, who is taking four AP classes, for their thoughts on their AP experience....

Get to Know Mr. Shepherd

Get to Know Mr. Shepherd

Natalee Martinez, Staff Writer October 31, 2022

Before coming to El Modena, Mr. Shepherd worked in education for 8-12 years. He was an avid tutor throughout college and worked at Cal State Long Beach as a TA and supplemental instructor for history classes....

The Guardians of El Modena

The Guardians of El Modena

Natalee Martinez, Staff Writer October 31, 2022

Mr. Hernandez enjoys working at El Modena because he likes to interact with El Modena’s awesome students. His favorite type of kid at ElMo are students who are kind, polite, and respectful. In high school...

Candyland’s Court

Valerie Sanchez, Jenna Gonzalez, and Evelyn Rosas September 29, 2022

The homecoming court is a heartwarming experience to be a part of. It comes with great pleasure to announce our nominees: Sebastion Bray, Diana Gutierez, Andres Gomez, Karina Magana, Esteban Choucair,...

What Do the Freshies Think?

Hailey Kay Peterson and Ella Parker, Arts & Entertainment Editor and Girl's Style Editor September 29, 2022

Frontline: What did you think about the music? Evie Hitchens: I thought it was really good. It was fun and loud.   Frontline: What was your opinion on the snack arrangement? Logan Honikel:...

Interviewing our Next Line of Leaders

Tyler Perry & Samantha Perdomo, Staff Writer September 29, 2022

   Frontline: As president, what are your plans to help improve ASB?    Derek Torres: “My plans to help improve ASB are to get more people involved by attending    every meeting”    FL: ...

Poppin’ Parking Spots

Hailey Kay Peterson, Arts & Entertainment Editor September 29, 2022

Frontline: Why did you choose this design? Kate Mayer: I chose it because Rainbow Magic was my favorite book series as a kid and I wanted to incorporate that into the design.    Frontline:...

School Sanctioned Rowdiness

Daniel Barragan, Op-Ed Editor September 29, 2022

   It has been an odd three school years. In 2020, school ended abruptly with a “long spring break” that bled into a year of online learning. When school finally went back into session we only saw...

Winter Sports Recaps

MaryJo Dunham, Sports Editor February 11, 2022

Brayden Bonnell  Frontline: How did this season compare to last years?  BB: We’ve pretty much bonded as a whole, like its a team where we’re connected with each other and obviously we’re...

Memorable interviews

Finn Drageset, Arts & Entertainment December 17, 2021

  Elizabeth Cortez (12): “My second pair of Docs from my cousin are the most memorable gift I’ve ever received because I’d been wanting them for a while and it was so unexpected and I absolutely...

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