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Coronado 50 Years: Then and Now

Coronado 50 Years: Then and Now

Samantha Hallier, For the Coronado Crest
January 17, 2015
Filed under 50th Anniversary, Showcase

It is hard to believe that Coronado High School has been around for 50 years. Throughout those 50 years the walls of Coronado have witnessed many changes. There are still many traditions around today that occurred 50 years ago, and there are some that have developed over the years. Bill Godlove was... Read more »

In the fast lane

In the fast lane

Lindsey Crumpton, For the Coronado Crest
January 15, 2015
Filed under Sports

Since the age of eight years old, sophomore, Kayla Gerhart has had a passion for swimming. For eight years swimming has been a key component in Kayla’s life. As a sophomore, she is on the varsity girls swim team for Coronado High School. “I enjoy being around all of my closest friends while participating... Read more »

Popular on Netflix

Kelci Harcrow, For the Coronado Crest
January 15, 2015
Filed under Entertainment

One of the most common Netflix series for teenage girls is Gossip Girl. It’s about two befriends named Serena and Blair they both attend Constants Ballard. They live on the Upper East Side or in other words the fancy more wealthy side. Blair’s mom is a designer for clothing. The girls throughout... Read more »

Teacher spotlight: Vy Nguyen

Teacher spotlight: Vy Nguyen

Kaylee Ellis, For the Coronado Cresgt
January 15, 2015
Filed under Spotlight

Since Valerie Kochis took over the ASL (American Sign Language) class, Coronado was in need of a new Deaf Ed teacher. Vy Nguyen stepped up and answered the call. Mr. Nguyen is no stranger to teaching Deaf Ed. He taught Deaf Ed at Smiley Wilson before he came to Coronado. After seeing a documentary... Read more »

Teacher’s pet

Teacher’s pet

Katy Zimmermann, For the Coronado Crest
January 15, 2015
Filed under In the Classroom

School can sometimes be a depressing and boring environment, with all the books, papers, and rules. So what better than a couple fish or a guinea pig to bring in a little bit of happiness? Pets help enrich the classroom and bring so many more ways to learn. Some students who have never had access... Read more »

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