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The Week in Pictures May 21, 2018 – May 25, 2018

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In order to teach her classmates easy ways to reduce stress, Mia Miele '20 places a face mask on Kevin Lopatka '20 after her class presentation Tuesday regarding self-care during Mrs. Jenelle Roberge's English 2 Honors class.

In order to teach her classmates easy ways to reduce stress, Mia Miele '20 places a face mask on Kevin Lopatka '20 after her class presentation Tuesday regarding self-care during Mrs. Jenelle Roberge's English 2 Honors class.

Photo by Angelina Hicks

Photo by Angelina Hicks

In order to teach her classmates easy ways to reduce stress, Mia Miele '20 places a face mask on Kevin Lopatka '20 after her class presentation Tuesday regarding self-care during Mrs. Jenelle Roberge's English 2 Honors class.

Lauren Boyer, News/Photo Editor

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Feelings of love and nostalgia fueled the last full week of school for seniors. The boys varsity volleyball won CIF last Saturday after a 3-1 victory over Eastlake High School. CCHS celebrated its talented students with the Visual and Performing Arts Showcase, complete with the induction of students into the National Art Honor Society.

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Riley Staal '19 takes a gander at The Little Prince projects that Mrs. April Kurtzhall's French 3 class completed after reading The Little Prince, a story about childhood and friendship.
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Lauren Boyer, News Editor
My name is Lauren Boyer, and I am a junior at Cathedral Catholic High School. I am not a cub reporter, but this is my first year writing for El Cid. I spend most of my time with friends and family, listening to music, volunteering, traveling, and participating in track and field during the spring...
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2 Responses to “The Week in Pictures May 21, 2018 – May 25, 2018”

  1. Nicole Mariano on June 2nd, 2018 2:10 pm

    Hi,

    My name is Nicole Mariano, and I run a non profit organization, known as Extraordinary Foundations. We just participated in a beach clean-up at Oceanisde Pier, and I would like to share our picture on El Cid. I created a gravatar, and uploaded the picture that I would like to be posted. However, I do not know what to do after that! Could you please help? Also, my user name on gravatar is nicolemariano17.

    Thanks!

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    adviser Reply:

    Hi Nicole, you can just email me the photo if you would like it published. My email is [email protected]

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If you want a picture to show with your comment, go get a gravatar.




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