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Imperial Valley Regional Occupational Program in El Centro has moved their Eagle’s Nest parent meetings to Zoom virtual meetings to help keep families informed during distance learning.

The presidential election is coming up on Nov. 3. As we get closer to Election Day, a variety of people from all over are encouraging others to vote, especially young people who have not voted before.

The Southwest Varsity football team has been preparing for their season differently than they ever have before, given the circumstances of the COVID-19 pandemic. Their preparation consists of going over plays through Zoom meetings and players getting together in small groups to stay in shape…

Southwest High School students can usually be found on the field playing baseball, on the court playing volleyball, or running around the track. But now, students have to fulfill their physical education requirements at home instead.

The Southwest Academy for the Visual and Performing Arts dance program has dancers practice on group video calls due to the COVID-19 restrictions and distance learning.

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As the cold weather rolls around each year, students from every high school across the nation wear what is essentially a token of all their high school memories and accomplishments.

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From goats, pigs, and horses, they all make significant part of FFA. Not only does showmanship bring the students and their animals together, but it brings the students together by working hand in hand throughout the whole experience.

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Walking through the soft soil, scanning from fence to fence, you see the newborn calves running, playing and full of life. You look down to see one calf nibbling at your feet. That is the moment you know, this is the one you are going to raise for the rest of their life.

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The Southwest Academy for the Visual and Performing Arts is journeying to Emerald City in its production of “The Wizard of Oz,” Feb. 21 through 23.

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Potty training, grooming an animal, learning how to understand a working dog’s needs, and learning a new task are skills students are learning as puppy raisers with the Guide Dog for the Blind Program that is offered at Southwest High School.

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Early, 7 a.m. mornings. The fumes of fresh ink from the 100th poster of the week. The set-up of assemblies. The late 10 p.m. nights after games. This is just all in a week’s work for Southwest High School’s Associated Student Body.