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Kate Meyers

Kate Meyers, Staff Writer

Kate is a junior at SJHHS, and she could not be more excited to be news editor and start her third year on The Express! She pitches on the San Juan softball team, and plays travel for Cal Cruisers. Her passion for writing inspired her to join newspaper, and she aspires to have a career in journalism and political science. In her free time, Kate enjoys listening to music, hanging out with her friends, and taking pictures.

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Essential businesses such as pharmacies and grocery stores are allowed to be open during this pandemic. They still encourage people to social distance, and stay six feet apart from anyone they do not live with.

Self-Quarantining Saves Lives

Kate Meyers, News Editor
April 9, 2020
The SJHHS staff made posters with quotes encouraging kindness and posted them on their windows and doors during kindness week.

[Photo] Stallion Life 1/17-1/31

Grace Aitken, Editor-in-Chief
January 31, 2020

Namiah Miller

Kate Meyers, News Editor
December 13, 2019

Lexie Guzik

Kate Meyers, News Editor
December 13, 2019
Fusion is a dance show by the SJHHS dance team. Local guest choreographers organize the dances. Each intermediate and advanced dancer participated in two dances in addition to the finale, each beginner-intermediate dancer did one, and beginner dancers are not featured in this performance. Local dance studios are guesting in this show as well. There is no theme for Fusion, but the finale was the Harry Potter dance that was featured in the homecoming pep rally.

[Photo] Stallion Life November 18

Jack O'Connor, Photo Editor
November 18, 2019
Art by Ella Villar

The Best of the 2010’s

Kate Meyers, News Editor
November 3, 2019
 Tori Schultz (12) sews costumes for the fall play, “She Kills Monsters”, at Tech Week, the week before the show. During Tech Week, students spend their nights building sets, making costumes, practicing hair and makeup, and testing the best lighting for the show.

[Photo] Stallion Life October 18

Eva Smedeby, Staff Writer
October 18, 2019
Art by Ella Villar

Protests Put People in Power

Kate Meyers, News Editor
October 4, 2019
Art by Eva Smedeby

One Size Does NOT Fit All

Kate Meyers, Opinion Editor
April 18, 2019
White supremacists and neo-nazis gather in Charlottesville, Virginia, for the Unite the Right rally, holding anti-semitic posters, while counter-protesters hold their anti-racism signs.

Anti-Semitism Persists in America

Kate Meyers, Girls' Sports Editor
November 12, 2018
Ben Bandettini, 2, scores a goal against Aliso Niguel, contributing to the final score 12-10, where SJHHS lost.

Water Polo Comes Up for Air

Kate Meyers, Sports Editor
October 25, 2018
Nike Scores

Nike Scores

Kate Meyers, Sports Editor
October 25, 2018
Students Who Visit with Detainees

Students Who Visit with Detainees

Kate Meyers, Staff Writer
October 25, 2018

New English IV Class

Kate Meyers, Sports Editor
September 22, 2018

Trump’s Tweets Are Not Presidential

Kate Meyers, Girls' Sports Editor
April 23, 2018
Club president: Samantha Jimenez

[Photo] Latinos Unidos Take a Stand

Riley Goodfellow, Editorial Editor
October 20, 2017
Left vs. Right: Free Speech (A Left Opinion)

Left vs. Right: Free Speech (A Left Opinion)

Kate Meyers, Girls' Sports Editor
October 3, 2017
Cheer squad holds up “Black Out” poster while the varsity football team runs triumphantly through it onto the field. The Stallions lost the game that night 7-14, but spirits remained high.

[Photo] SJHHS Homecoming Week 2017

Kaden Brown, Photo Editor
September 17, 2017
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