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    Features

    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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    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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The Student News Site of Mission Hills High School

The Silvertip

The Student News Site of Mission Hills High School

The Silvertip

Marlene Calderon

Marlene Calderon, Co-Editor in Chief

Marlene Calderon is a senior at Mission Hills and this is her third year working on the Silvertip. She is currently one of the Co-Editors in Chief after having served as News and Opinions Editor. Marlene attended the School of The New York Times Summer Academy in NYC over the summer in order to grow as a journalist and gain knowledge that she can bring back to the newsroom.  Marlene is always singing random songs and wishing she was at a concert jamming out to her favorite bands. When Marlene is not in the journalism classroom or on the football field with her mellophone, you can catch her at the beach or a local coffee shop sipping on a vanilla latte. 

All content by Marlene Calderon