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Card game ban


While many are in the dark when it comes to the existing card game ban, rumors are circulating over a comprehensive and severe ban of all card games to be instituted in the next school year. Librarian Diane Gagliani commented that she has not received any specific ruling on the card games ban.


WASC survey for parents calls for change

As part of an accreditation process for the Western Association of Schools and Colleges, Aragon is currently involved in conducting an overall evaluation of the school. As part of the process, a voluntary online parent survey is currently underway, the link to which can be found on the Aragon High School homepage. At this time, approximately two hundred responses have been accounted for.


You’re invited: Pre-Prom Preparations


Prom is a memorable event for most American teenagers, a time for dressing up, for corsages and boutonnieres, and for dancing the night away. For some, preparation is a frantic chase, and for others, it is a stress-free schedule. Either way, memories are certain to be made. Here is how the day played out for three Aragon girls.


Clubs and extracurricular activities: all for show?


With college becoming ever more competitive, resume plumping has become common. Yet while Aragon students sign up for a college-worthy resume packed with extracurricular, many do it simply to satisfy their own passions and interests. “All the activities I do, I have been doing it for three to four years now like BSU, Love More, and Leadership,” says senior Laci Moore.


Optimism among track and field team


Last Thursday, April 14, Mills High School hosted a meet with the Aragon track and field team. Aragon’s 90 members beat Mills’ and ended up with 60 personal records and 76 improvements. “The pole-vaulters did really well because they did not have a pole-vaulting team, so all the girls placed,” says Junior Jonathan Pan.


Boys’ tennis gaining momentum


The spring boys’ tennis season is just getting started, and Aragon is making great headway in their wins over other schools. Aragon has won three out of four league games so far, only getting beaten by Carlmont 6-1. In the non-league games, Aragon won against Riordan 7-0, but lost against both Serra 1-6, and Palo Alto 2-5. Despite these losses, the Aragon boys’ tennis team has a promising outlook for this year.