Lady Dons defeat Lincoln Lions 45–29

The girls basketball players started their CCS journey against the Lincoln High School Lions on Feb. 25, determined to prove that they were better than a 9–15 record, which placed them in the Division II CCS tournament. Their intensity certainly showed on the court. The Lady Dons played suffocating defense right from the start, clogging up the opponent’s passing lanes, poking balls loose, and diving for every loose ball. Although…

February 26, 2014
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This Week @ Aragon: Feb. 17, 2014

February 17, 2014

Each week, we’ll give you everything you need to know so you can save time and be informed. Want your photo up there? Enter our Photo of the Week contest by posting on our Facebook page, tweeting at us, or emailing us. Newspaper staff applications for the next school year are due on March 5. We’re accepting applications for staff and editor positions. Returning students will not be able to…

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Comparing public and private high schools

February 6, 2014

Each year, thousands of eighth graders are faced with the difficult choice of attending a private or public high school. Should students have the financial means to attend private school, other factors such as average test scores are critical elements in comparing different high schools. For others, extracurricular activities from sports to robotics play a crucial role. Students must first be admitted to their private school of choice before they…

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Two longtime teachers take on district positions

Andrea Gould and Vicky Daniel recently left Aragon to assume positions at the district office as Teachers on Special Assignments (TOSAs). Gould, the former Algebra 1-2 and AP Statistics teacher, is now the district Mathematics Coordinator and Common Core Mathematics Articulation Facilitator. Daniel, the former English teacher, is now the Language and Literacy Coach. Gould left Aragon on Jan. 6 while Daniel left Aragon on Jan. 17. TOSAs are teachers…

February 6, 2014
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