Stories behind a teacher’s desk

by NISA SYED The common notion is that relationships are built by communication. Socializing is a fundamental part for the majority, without a doubt.  Making conversation with our teachers is easier for some, difficult for others. Situations vary between teachers and students; it can be  easier to have “real talk” with a teacher when a … Continue reading Stories behind a teacher’s desk

Teacher feature: Mrs. Marbrey

by DEVINA MUNI TreAna Marbrey (still known by many as Ms. Hundley) is a fun, puppy-loving, caring counselor and track coach here at Cerritos High. Her passion for running dates back to her four years of track while attending Gahr High School, where she was also homecoming queen her freshman year. Marbrey grew up the … Continue reading Teacher feature: Mrs. Marbrey

Excuse me, ridiculous excuses coming through

by ANASTASIA HAN Teachers always hear the “I left it at home” and “I forgot,” but on occasion they hear completely absurd excuses. Throughout their careers, teachers encountered interesting and ludicrous responses to students’ absences, tardies, and homework. English teacher Mr. Hind, discussed a particular student who did not do his homework in a previous school … Continue reading Excuse me, ridiculous excuses coming through