South Lakes Sentinel

Interview with a Pro: Cari Champion

Jesse True, staff writer

June 19, 2014

Cari Champion is an experienced TV host and journalist. Champion was born in Pasadena, California and graduated from University of California, Los Angeles. Champion majored in English and Mass Communication, where she was required to analyze, write, and read many pieces of literature. Champion wrote...

Eligible Sophomores Recieve IBMYP Certificate

Jakob Weizman, staff writer

June 18, 2014

Over 100 sophomores attended the International Baccalaureate Middle Years Programme certificate ceremony on June 11. The final list for receiving the certificate consisted of 256 sophomores. The Middle Years programme is an education program created by International Baccalaureate for ages 11-16, and...

Sophomore composes music for MYP Personal Project

Omar Farooq, staff writer

June 17, 2014

During their sophomore year of high school, all South Lakes students are required to take part in the Middle Years Program Project (MYP Project).  Lucas Finet is no exception. For his MYP Project, Finet, an avid basketball player, composed a score of music intended to be played on the piano, Finet,...

Interview with a pro: Gregory Cappis

Christina Rainer

June 17, 2014

Starting off as an accounting major, Gregory Cappis later realized that journalism was the career that he wanted to pursue.  Cappis started his journalism career at Columbia College, in Chicago, Illinois. Currently, Cappis resides in Southern California and working at The Inland Valley Daily Bulletin. Cappis...

Teacher run organization for entertaining workshops

Jonathan Bonelli, Online Writer

June 17, 2014

As school comes to a close English teachers Lisa Trigiano and  Lea Civiello volunteered to be in charge of organizing two of the make up days.   “There will be over 50 different workshops for students to attend,” Trigiano said. “They vary from chess to soccer. The options are endless.” The...

Pokémon fans finish X and Y and are ready to take on Omega and Alpha

Pokémon fans finish X and Y and are ready to take on Omega and Alpha

Kati Imel, online writer

June 17, 2014

When Pokémon X and Y came out last year, fans were busy saving the Kalos region. Now many fans have completed the game and are awaiting the newest game, Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire, a remake from the 2003 game Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire. Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire was released in 2003...

Students of South Lakes give rising freshman advice

Alyssa Glenn, online writer

June 17, 2014

On Sept. 4, once again older students live their lives in adulthood and new, youthful students enter the years of high school. Current eighth graders will soon be saying goodbye to middle school and join the high school environment. However, for some rising freshman, there are concerns coming into...

How to have an amazing summer while gaining major service hours

Briana Carter

June 17, 2014

What is service learning? A service learning component allows students to earn hours for their participation in service learning projects. Service learning is a teaching method designed to involve students in authentic and meaningful service to their communities. “Freshmen and sophomores need...

South Lakes Drama Students Attend the Cappie Awards

Emily Nguyen, online writer

June 17, 2014

The annual Cappies Awards Gala celebrated its 15th year. The Cappies is an award show for the plays and musicals that were preformed this year in the Washington D.C. area. Students from the theatre department at South Lakes went to the Cappies this year for their play, “Legally Blonde”. This...

Dan Karpiel: Berthoud Surveyor writer

Alyssa Glenn, online writer

June 13, 2014

Dan Karpiel is a sports journalist currently working at Berthoud Surveyor. Growing up in Berthoud, Colorado, he graduated from Colorado State University from 2001-2006 and graduated with a double-major in economics and political science and a degree in Bachelor of Arts.   Living the life of...

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