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Feeding San Diego Food Distribution

Emma Welsch, Staff Writer

December 9, 2019

On Thursday, Oct. 3, 2019, free food was distributed to students and students' families at San Pasqual High School.  San Pasqual High School is now partnered with Feeding San Diego to help students and student families with th...

San Pasqual students take PSAT

Yeesica Santiago, Staff Writer

December 9, 2019

On Oct. 16, 2019, sophomores and juniors took the Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test at San Pasqual High School. Jennifer Medeiros, a teacher at San Pasqual, was responsible for scheduling and preparing for the PSAT. According to ...

Black History Month

Black History Month

March 25, 2019

Summer Job Preparation

Summer Job Preparation

March 23, 2019

The Momo Challenge

The Momo Challenge

March 19, 2019

San Pasqual issues official notice regarding security alert

March 12, 2019

San Pasqual High School and the Escondido Union High School District were made aware of a possible threat to San Pasqual High School posted on social media over the weekend. We received this information this morning.

Raising taxes for America’s wealthiest

Kiara Eldrenkamp, Staff Writer

March 7, 2019

In early January, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, a Democratic U.S representative, has proposed an idea: to raise, or nearly double, taxes for 75,000 of America’s wealthiest households. Senator Elizabeth Warren, also a member of the democratic party, has joined Cortez in her fight to tax the rich.“By asking our top 75,000 households to pay their fair share, my proposal will help address runaway wealth concentration and at the same time accelerate badly needed investments in rebuilding our middle class,”  Warren was quoted in the New York Times as having said.Called the ‘ultra millionaire tax,’ the goal of this tax is to bring money to organizations that need it and to benefit the middle class. If imposed, the tax is expected to raise $2.75 trillion in tax revenue over the span of a decade.

New Laws Going Into Effect in 2019

Dominique Domville, Staff Writer

February 12, 2019

Hundreds of new California state laws went into effect on January 1, 2019 including  gun laws, minimum wage increase, sidewalk, vendors, liability protection, temporary license plate and smog checks.

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