See students battling each other while being hit with a rotating foam stick. These are the lunchtime games from Monday, Oct. 28.
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Leadership, with the help of enthusiastic students, have decorated the hallways so that passersby feel that they’re traveling the world!
The school anxiously waits for Spirit Week by participating in Red Ribbon Week, fire drills, and more.
Spirit week starts on Monday! Every year, each class fights to outshine the others by dressing up for spirit days, participating in lunchtime games, and dominating at the spirit rallies. Here are the following dress up days, lunchtime games, and themes.
From physics field trips to after school hangouts, Los Gatos students always find time to interact with one another in their hectic schedules.
The San Jose Sharks are off to a fantastic start this season. They have won all six games so far, making them one of just two undefeated teams. The team leads the Pacific Division and have the most shots-on-goal overall. They also have the highest average goals per game. Despite their successes, the team as a whole is not the talk of the hockey world. One player in particular shines brighter than the rest.
Every year, the St. Mary’s Fair draws rambunctious children, middle and high schoolers, and eagle-eyed parents. Known as a community effort, it sports delightfully colorful rides, food from local restaurants, and prize shacks. See pictures from the weekend here!
In 2010, seniors Marcia Lewis, Jamie Leong, Sadie Logan and Hannah Westall-Toler watched in awe as the LGHS field hockey team won its third consecutive CCS title. Now seniors and leaders of the LGHS field hockey team, the girls are determined to end their last season together the same way they ended their first: as CCS Champions.
The nation is buzzing with talk of the government shutdown that became official on Oct. 1. Congress was alive with debate up until midnight of that fateful Tuesday on Capitol Hill, when they were supposed to have come up with a budget plan to continue funding the federal government.