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A Not-So-Cold Snowball Fight

Thursday, the fourth day of ASB's 12 Days of Christmas, was the Snowball Fight. Of course the snowball weren't real snowballs, but instead of snow it was made out of paper scraps. It took place in the quad where students would compete against each other for fun. On Friday it will be Frozen Friday.

Hot Holiday Hats

For the third day it will be Hot Cocoa and holiday hats.  Students were able to bring their own mugs to fill them up with hot cocoa. Holiday hats were encouraged bring from home and wear them at school to keep up holiday cheer. The next event will be the snowball fight.

FFA Events Coming to MBHS

This past month, FFA has been busy doing competitions and fun events. The Future Farmers of America program is dedicated to helping students grow as people and leaders through agricultural education. Coming up on December 12, FFA will be doing a gingerbread house decorating competition in Ms. Flynn’s room at 6 p.m. In addition, later in January, they will be...

Both Basketball Teams Secure Win

The JV Girls Basketball team played Monday night against St. Joseph. “After an extra practice on Saturday night it kinda helped us win the game because we went over plays.” said Ashley Magday. Not only did Magday think an extra practice helped, but Azlyn Fitzwater, the starting point guard, also believed that an extra practice helped because “that day...

An Unexpected Ugly Sweater Competition

For the second day for ASb’s 12 days of Christmas was the ugly Sweater competition in the quad. Unfortunately due to the weather the competition was brought inside for a vote. There was a winner from each class that was voted the ugliest sweater and received a candy cake for their inspiringly ugly holiday spirit. For the next event ASB...

ASB Celebrates 12 Days of Christmas

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  It’s that time of year again! This means it’s time for a celebration of  Christmas cheer brought to you by Morro Bay High School’s ASB (Associated Student Body). This year, ASB will have a 12 days of Christmas event where new activities will happen each day such as a snowball fight, ugly sweater competition, and many other games. Most...

“Crimes of Grindelwald” is Enjoyable but Deeply Flawed

  Harry Potter, the series that was first published in 1997 and adapted to film soon after, quickly became an unprecedented phenomenon, spread quickly to hundreds of millions of readers around the world. To its most avid fans, the characters are like dear old friends, citizens of both their own magic world and of the enchanting memories of our...

Boys and Girls Wrestling Find Success

Boys and Girl Wrestling have begun their seasons with the Girls competing in their first match on November 24th and the Boys on November 28th at Santa Maria High School. These matches ended with a victory for the boys, who competed as a team, and several successes for the Girls, who competed individually. The Girls were competing in the...

Girls of MBHS Magazine Up and Running

This November Morro Bay High School was introduced to the first issue of the magazine “Pirate Girls of Morro Bay High”. This magazine features articles, essays, puzzles, artwork, short stories, poems, and quizzes all written by the girls of Morro Bay High School. It is a safe space for girls to share interests. Ms. Abuan, the editor-in-chief of the magazine...

What it is Like to Learn an Uncommon Foreign Language- Kayleigh Boardman

By Robert Everett Foreign languages is something that we can't escape as there are over a thousand languages out there- with the most prominent ones being Chinese, English and Spanish, but what is it like to actually learn and speak a foreign language? To gain some insight on this, we interviewed Kayleigh Boardman, a sophomore, who is learning Norwegian. Boardman...