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April 23, 2014 Volume 2 - Issue 7 April 23, 2014 Page 1 Sonja Kodimer, Advisor Lanae Cranfield, Student Editor i What Did You Do On -, Spring Break? Students share the details as to how they spent their time off! "Over Spring Break, I visited some of the colleges I've been accepted to, so I can decide where I am going to go. I also went to track practice, and hung out with my friends. I went to the movies and to the mall, and sat at home and read books." -- Sarah Linthicum "This Spring Break, I worked several days at the'Julian Pie Company, hung out with my cousins, went to the mall and bought myself summer clothes, and went to see Nonstop." -- Cecy Munoz "Over Spring Break, I visited Hawaii on The Island of Oahu. I went with George Keane and Julian Weaver. It was fun all the way from hanging out on the beach to jumping off of waterfalls and running a ton." -- Ben Beatty "1 worked at the Julian Grille on both Saturdays, went to my sister Jeanette's house for three days, stayed home for the rest of the time, and before school started again, I went to softball practice." -- Brooke Gonsalves "1 went to Valley Forge and Washington D.C. through Freedoms Foundation.That was an unforgettable experience, because I got to meet new people from around the country and I saw amazing monuments. Afterwards, my grandma came to visit from New Mexico. It was fun spending relaxing days as a family. Spring Break is a great time to just catch up on rest." -- Lauren Vandewalle "For Spring Break, I went to Utah. My sister lives in Salt Lake City so I stayed with her. We had a blast being together and doing what sisters do. When I got back home I had to do the tedious homework that my teachers assigned. Going to Utah was so much fun." -- Alysa Smith "1 spoke at The Lions Club Speech Conte,st, my aunt and uncle came out from Missouri, camped at Agua Caliente, and went to RYLA!" -- Jessica Nichols "1 saw Divergent, went prom shipping, saw family in LA, went to a concert for a band called Cherri Bomb, and had a birthday kickback with my family." -- Mickayla McDowell Julian Union High School Students News Julian Community Service Club Thanks You! by Mrs. Wylie Thank you so much for supporting our blood drives this year they were very successful! For those of you that donated blood, thank you so much. Through the course of the year with three blood drives, we were able to raise awareness, educate our students and community, and collect 120 units overall that makes a difference in 400 people's lives and their family. Thank you so much for making that happen through your donations, support, and encouragement. Also, we won the Individual High School Challenge .and are in the running for the Overall High School Challenge Grant! Good job Julian! )g  :,g One of the most wonderful things in nature is a glance of the eye; it transcends speech; it is the bodily symbol of identity. -- Ralph Waldo Emerson Triangle Club Scholarships Available The Julian Triangle Club is pleased to offer academic scholarships. Any graduating senior who plans to attend a two or four year college may apply. The Julian Triangle Club also offers scholarships to a graduating senior planning to attend a Vocational or Trade School. Any graduating senior of Julian High School, Ray Redding High School, Julian Charter School, or home school who resides in the Julian High School District boundaries, planning to continue his or her education may apply for these scholarships. The awards are based on Citizenship, scholarship, community, and school activities. Final selection will be made by the club's scholarship committee. The announcement of the high school recipients will be made at the awards ceremony in June, and for the Charter School and home school recipients, at the June Triangle Club meeting. If you are interested, please call Michele Harvey at 1-760- 765-1020 L-PAK Photography 619.813.6884 Lance Arenson High School Senior Pertrait Photos! L-PAK Photography takes fun, fresh, modem senior portraits m an outdoor setting of your choice...not m a stuffy portrait studio! Your Senior portraits should showcase you and your personality. You can bring props...your football, trumpet, cheerleading uniform, car, even your dog! Senior portraits are about you .... The Senio Well take a bunch of photos from serious to's all about you! So how does it work? Call me to schedule your portrait appointment. We can discuss locations and times. Late afternoon is ideal for outdoor portrait photography Within two weeks after the portrait session, your photos will be posted to the L.PAK Photography website, which can be password protected ff you prefer "tour purchased photo package will be conveniently mailed to your home. Additional options, sizes and products are available for purchase online. Senior Package: One outdoor location in San Diego County -$155 This package includes: A one hour photo session (uniimited photos taken) PLUS: one 8"x10" Custom Print, Two 5"X7" Custom Prints, Four 4"X6" Custom Prints, and Eight Custom VVallet Size Prints. Your photos will be edited andenhanced to ensure you receive the best possible photos. You will also receive a CD containing full resolution files of all of your photos! I/l/ Book Your Session Today:" 619.813.6884 Legion Auxiliary Awards Essay Winners The Julian News 7 The Americanism Essay Contest sponsored by the American Legion's Woman's Auxiliary awarded their winners at a ceremony at Julian High School on Friday, April 18. . April Kochur, president of the Women's Auxiliary presented plaques and scholarship checks to; Junior Ashleigh DeVault; Sophomore, Emily Phillips; and Freshman, Jordan Lara for their essay's on "What is a Veteran". Originally printed in the Julian News on April 2, 2014. The annual contest is the first step in a national program.The Auxiliary's annual Americanism Essay Contest encourages participants to learn about the fundamental rights and freedoms we enjoy today. Each year's contest has a different theme. Progress Getting Ready To Move Inside At JUHS i i photos by Michael Hart The new E-I building s moving along according to schedule, with final preparations to finish the exterior set to happen in the next few weeks. The roof system and final exterior stucco coat and the installation of windows. Once completed, work will shift to the interior, with planned opening in time for school in the fail. Julian Gymnast Headed To Regionals Brisa Aguilera i6 yrs old, go on to Western Nationals in the dividing line)The best of the Boise, Idaho - May 1-4. There bestwill be there. Brisa is training she will represent our region, very hard right now to get ready Region 1. Gymnasts will be for Westerns. "She has worked coming from the western half of very hard to get there and will the US, (the Mississippi River is represent all of the community". sophomore attends Classical Academy Online High School, Escondido. Level 9 gymnast, trains at SCEGA-Southern California Elite Gymnastics, in Temecula. Brisa trains over 25 hours/week at the gym. She had qualified for Regionals that was at the Disneyland Hotel on April 13, there she competed against gymnasts from all of Region 1 which includes No. CA, So. CA, AZ, Utah and Nevada. She placed 2nd on Uneven Bars, 1st place on Balance Beam and Floor exercise!! She qualified to