Great Impressions-2021

The definition of making a great impression is to produce a strong effect on someone. Sounds simple enough. Taking the meaning a bit further, making a great impression should involve creating a positive, memorable impact on someone while one is present. Ah! That sounds more like the students we will say goodbye to this week.

The Prowl is giving out “Paw Prints,” symbols of how some of our students made great impressions on the members of this campus. The Prowl began this tradition of handing out “Paw Prints” last year, so here is our Annual Paw Print Giveaway! And, here we go…

Ms. Mendoza to…

All our Key Club officers, especially our graduating seniors, Supreet Sandhu and Faizah Mohamed. Thank you, ladies!  Thank you to all our Key Club members that have stayed motivated with us during this weird Covid school year. I hope next year is better!

Marcy Lopez always goes beyond what is expected. Thank you for your work that I will use as an example to show my future students. 

Raweeh Mohammed for being kind, respectful, and having a positive attitude throughout this school term.

My AP bio students kept meeting the deadline for many overlapping assignments and worked well together when doing labs. You did it!

Ms. Riley to…

Saul Gonzalez Cardenas-I am super proud of all the critical thinking I have seen from you this term in English III. I especially witnessed you blossom as a learner when we read Anthem and A Raisin in the Sun. You approached both books as the authors intended – curious, thoughtful, and purposeful. Good luck senior year! 

Eleanor Isherwood-You have a bright, bubbly, quirky, and infectious personality. Never change! I enjoyed being your teacher. Good luck junior year!

Ms. Wayman to…

Lorena Lopez-Lorena has remained faithful all year long in participating in FCCLA (Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America.) It has been difficult, but she hung in, taking on the role of president while she was treasurer. I look forward to great things next year as she takes the presidency for the 2021-22 school year.

Ms. Stogner to…

Alona Harrell, Haadiya Herd, Emmarie Iv-Sim, Michelle Perez, Stephanie Truong, Carlos Flores-Nava, and Daniela Orellana-I will miss all of these seniors so much. We endured the pandemic together, and their hard work and dedication are what allowed our “show to go on.” They each put their heart and soul into our theatre program, and I’m so grateful for each of them. I’m proud to be “someone who knew them when,” and I know they are on their way to becoming incredible adults that will give back to our world.

Mr. Jones to…

David Nnamdi-Ukpabi-Incredibly respectful and naturally gifted. He was doing math problems I couldn’t figure out, and I have a math degree! 

Mariah Arellano and Cynai Miller-Always respectful and mathematically talented. 

Ms. Willis to…
To All of the students in Room 303, this crazy year has finally come to an end! You guys were the first back on Campus in October and have been awesome ever since!! Have a great summer, and see you all very soon!

Ms. Berchtold to…
Dance Club-Lizbeth Perez, Diana Gomez, Katherine Robles, Dannick Hernandez, Barbara Molina, Emani Monychann, Toru Ngeth, Layla Johnson. Thanks for all the hard work and dedication!

Andrew Acosta-Congrats on your academic hard work. It paid off!

Nathaly Mejia, Hannia Pimentel, Anahi Martinez, Marcy Lopez Salazar, Joselin Gutierrez, Matthew Siano-Thank you for your continuous hard work in my class and your excellent assignments and projects.

AP Spanish students-What an amazing year it has been. It was so fun and rewarding to have taught you for so many years. Great job!