Las Vegas Mass Shooting

Las Vegas Mass Shooting

Sinaii Washington, Staff Reporter

October 22, 2017


Filed under JLMS News, Opinion

The Las Vegas mass shooting was the biggest was  mass shooting in the U.S. The shooter's name is Stephen Paddock. He shot almost 60 people plus himself. He also injured 500 people . He managed to bring 17 assault rifle with 9 suitcases into the Mandalay Bay Hotel on the 32 floor. Update CBS news...

Our New Principal

Joselino De La Rosa and Sofia Lopez

October 20, 2017


Filed under Interviews, JLMS News, Uncategorized

1.  What was the thinking about making us where costumes on the 27th instead of the 31st which is the real date for Halloween?   1. " We wanted to do a spirit week before Halloween so that we could have the " Octoberfest " on Friday and you could wear your costumes then." 2.  Did  makin...

Unsolved Mysteries: D.B Cooper

Unsolved Mysteries: D.B Cooper

Sofia Lopez, Reporter and Editorial Board

October 20, 2017


Filed under History, JLMS News, Showcase

D.B Cooper   D.B Cooper is a man who identified himself as Dan Cooper, this man boarded Northwest Airlines Flight 305 to Seattle on November 24, 1971. He hijacked this plane and escaped with millions of dollars in current currency. There were troops, a submarine, and high tech photo-recon sp...

Announcements: 10/19

Announcements: 10/19

Evie Chien, Editor in Chief

October 19, 2017


Filed under JLMS News, Showcase

Sorry if I can't specify too much. I was hurriedly jotting down what Sierra was saying. Here's what I got: Ms. B-Skate Club:  For seventh graders. Meet Ms. B in the Wellness Center. Pride Club: Thursdays in the Wellness Center 8th grade panoramic picture: If you want to buy a photo, bring ...

Debate Season Opener / Primer debate de la estación

Natalia Marshall, Editorial Board

October 16, 2017


Filed under Español, JLMS News

Debate Season Opener Primer debate de la estación Congratulations JLMS debaters!  Felicitaciones debatidores de JLMS! The 2017-2018 JLMS Debate Team is off to a great start with a strong showing in the Bay Area Urban Debate League's Middle School Season Opener on September 30, 2017, at Chabot College in H...

Unsolved Mysteries: The Hinterkaifeck Murders

Unsolved Mysteries: The Hinterkaifeck Murders

Sofia Lopez, Reporter and Editorial Board

October 12, 2017


Filed under History, JLMS News

Hinterkaifeck is a small farmstead. In the evening of March 31st 1922 there was a horrible murder taken place. The six residents of the farm were killed with a mattock. The six residents were 63 year old farmer Andreas Gruber, his 72 year old wife Cäzilia, their 35 year old widowed daughter Viktoria G...

What is this smoke we are smelling??

What is this smoke we are smelling??

Joselion De La Rosa, Reporter and Editorial Board

October 11, 2017


Filed under JLMS News

For the past two days I'm pretty sure you have been smelling smoke outside. You might be asking yourself what this is, there is a fire that broke out in Napa. This has been another tragedy because 17 people have been confirmed dead. At least 1,500 structures have been completely burned down. Around 20,000...

Unsolved Mysteries: JonBenét Ramsey

Unsolved Mysteries: JonBenét Ramsey

Sofia Lopez, Reporter and Editorial Board

October 6, 2017


Filed under JLMS News, Showcase

    Jonbenét Patricia Ramsey was a child beauty pageant queen who has murdered in her home’s basement in Boulder, Colorado. She was born on August 6th 1990- December 25 or 26 1996.     Her body was found by her father John Ramsey around 8 hours after she was repo...

Lightning Accidents

Moises Bonilla, Reporter

October 5, 2017


Filed under History, JLMS News, Uncategorized

                                                          Lightning accidents   What is lightning Well lightning is a very strong light and thunder that can likely kill or get you  injured. A man was struck by lightning twice and he sur...

Hispanic Heritage Month: Chile

Hispanic Heritage Month: Chile

Araceli Magdaleno, Staff Reporter

October 4, 2017


Filed under Culture, JLMS News, Showcase

  Hispanic Heritage Month is a very important month for some people. Some people find it as being a month where they can celebrate their culture and be happy for being who they are. People celebrate in different ways. Each country celebrates it in different ways.   Hispanic Heritage Month is from September 15...

Why a shared lunch?

Why a shared lunch?

Evie Chien, Editor in Chief

October 3, 2017


Filed under Guard Dog Dining, JLMS News, Opinion, Showcase

          You may be wondering why 6th graders have to share with 8th graders. Well, the reason behind this is that this year’s 7th grade class is bigger that both the 6th and the 8th grade (not combined). Last year this year’s 7th grade class was in 6th grade and shared a lunch with this ye...

6th and 8th graders have lunch together

6th and 8th graders have lunch together

Maria Ortega, Staff Reporter

October 3, 2017


Filed under Guard Dog Dining, JLMS News, Opinion, Showcase

          Did you know that the 6th and 8th graders have lunch together? I think that the 8th graders should have there own lunch because they are bigger and they need there own space. A student said that she does not like to be with them because she said that they might fight with the 6th grader...

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