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    The Silvertip welcomes San Marcos Unified’s new superintendent Dr. Andy Johnsen

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    Students Explore their Interests at Club Rush

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    HOMH: Alexander Stott is unsure, but optimistic about the future ahead

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    Sport Recap: September 14,2021

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    California on the Fence

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    COVID-19 Booster Shots to Start Rolling Out

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    “Radium Girls” auditions begin 8/31

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    Varsity football is going back to the old normal

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    Grizzlies Reappear on the Field

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    High school is (art) history for Nikolina Katanic

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I Am AP Club encourages Grizzlies to seek support

Story by Valeria Najera, Staff Writer | March 13, 2020

   Perfectionism plagues the American education system as AP students struggle in silence, fearing judgment from peers when seeking academic support. High expectations for high school students to outperform other districts and load their schedules with AP classes may be contributing to the data found in a recent study by the National Institute of Health showing a decline in the mental health of teens...

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Grizzly lifeguards float into a pool of new opportunities

Story by Samantha Wong, News Editor | March 6, 2020

   As the weather warms up, more families are heading to the pool to cool off and enjoy the sun. Hundreds of children drown in pools yearly nationwide, but by becoming a lifeguard you can reduce these numbers and create a safer environment for many families.    San Marcos Lifeguard Aquatics has created a training course designed to get participants American Red Cross certified. This class is...

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