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Isaac Lozano

Isaac Lozano, Features Editor

As a senior, I’m excited to return to the Crusader staff for the second year. I believe in journalism’s ability to highlight the key issues, trends, and events in our communities and beyond, serving as a medium for change and meaningful discussion. The 2020-2021 school year has begun with unique challenges, but I’m hopeful our work will offer a trusted avenue of facts and entertainment to the BVH community during these difficult times. Outside of newspaper, I am an officer for the Progressive Club, Vice President of French Club, and an intern for Sara Jacobs’ campaign for the 53rd congressional district. My work has also appeared in The New York Times, San Diego Union-Tribune, and will appear in the Washington Post.

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BVH’s Peer Counseling program has experienced a decrease in students reaching out for help. Peer Counselor President and senior Rylie Coons believes students often fear being judged.

[Photo] A helping hand

Itzel Leon, Staff Writer
March 20, 2021
Senior Nicole Hill 
(bottom left) and her friends regularly meet while staying wary of health precautions. Hill says she and her friends get tested for COVID-19 before they gather.

“Wanna FaceTime?”

Isaac Lozano, Features Editor
January 8, 2021
Sweetwater Education Association (SEA) President Julie Walker believes that SUHSD is using the funds saved from school closures for good use but that the district must also be held to scrutiny.

SUHSD saves millions during pandemic

Isaac Lozano, Features Editor
December 6, 2020
P.E. teacher Heidi Arciaga worked for a district committee to recreate the P.E. curriculum for the 2020-2021 school year. Despite the changes in distance learning, she believes students can still learn and be productive in P.E. classes.

P.E. classes adapt to remote learning

Isaac Lozano, Features Editor
November 27, 2020
200 SUHSD employees were laid off in June. Upon the start of the 2020-2020 school year, 17 were rehired with permanent contracts, 60 were offered temporary contracts, and the remaining 123 employees have not received contracts.

SUHSD rehires 77 laid off employees

Isaac Lozano, Arts & Culture Editor
August 24, 2020

VMD returns to the spotlight

Isaac Lozano, Arts & Culture Editor
March 17, 2020
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