Assembly Bill 165, if passed, would allow schools to look at information on students’ phones without a warrant.
After a long process and eventual garnered support, construction has nearly finished and new field lights beam above Aragon’s football field.
The Close Up Foundation, which takes students from around the country to Washington D.C. to learn about American democracy, took three Aragon staff members and 29 Aragon students to the city from Jan. 16 to 22. The trip allowed participants to witness President Trump’s inauguration, and to explore America’s culture and history through D.C.’s many monuments, museums and federal buildings. Joining Aragon with the Close Up Foundation were students from other California schools, as well as students from Arkansas, Georgia, Florida, Montana, Puerto Rico and Texas.
Jazz performed with Hillsdale on Dec. 2, followed by the joint Choir and Orchestra Winter Concert on Dec. 9 and an upcoming Band Winter Concert on Dec. 16.
The standards-based grading scale, or the four point grading system, has been implemented by the Aragon Spanish Department this academic year, joining other classes such as Band and Culinary Arts. This scale is a new way of approaching grading, offering a different system than the more common A through F scale.
California’s Proposition 64 could legalize marijuana. Students discuss their experience with the substance, and opinions on legalization.