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Bill Woodard Named New Principal at Dos Pueblos High School

Bill Woodard Named New Principal at Dos Pueblos High School

By Susanna Sinclair, Editor-in-Chief

May 3, 2017


Filed under News

There is a new president — of Dos Pueblos High School, that is. Bill Woodard, a staff member at DP since 2004, became the head principal after being the DP mock trial coach, English teacher, Journalism advisor, and most recently, assistant principal. Former DP principal Shawn Carey transitioned...

DP Cheer and Song Come Together to Showcase Their Year

DP Cheer and Song Come Together to Showcase Their Year

By Jaden Gill and Gemma Sturgeon

April 26, 2017


Filed under News, Photo Galleries

On April 20th, the Dos Pueblos High School Cheer and Song teams came together for their first annual Cheer and Song Showcase. Freshman/Sophomore Cheer, Junior Varsity Cheer, Varsity Cheer, and Varsity Song had been rehearsing the many routines they have learned throughout the year for a final di...

DP Students Turn Their Heritage into Art

DP Students Turn Their Heritage into Art

By Jaden Gill and Kiana Sinaki

April 14, 2017


Filed under News, Photo Galleries

On April 7th, Dos Pueblos artists and their families and friends joined other local high school artists for the 2017 Grandparent Portrait Show, funded and sponsored by the Student Art Fund. Sculptures, photographs, paintings, and drawings of student’s grandparents were put on display in the Faul...

DP Econ Challenge Team Wins SoCal State Finals

DP Econ Challenge Team Wins SoCal State Finals

By Hoku Kern, News Editor

April 11, 2017


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The Dos Pueblos High School Econ Challenge team, comprised of Hannah Kleidermacher (11), Christopher Lane (12), Kenyon Prater (12), and Maya Reese (11) won the SoCal State Finals for the National Economics Challenge on Monday, April 10th.

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DP Media Joins Red Carpet Guests for the 2017 SBIFF

DP Media Joins Red Carpet Guests for the 2017 SBIFF

By Jaden Gill, Managing Editor

March 20, 2017


Filed under A&E, News

During the first week of February, Dos Pueblos media was given the opportunity to interview red carpet guests attending the Santa Barbara International Film Festival. Among these guests were up and coming directors, artists, and story tellers who have made their mark in the film world. Opening N...

Amigas Positivas Celebrates Body Positivity

Amigas Positivas Celebrates Body Positivity

By Hoku Kern, News Editor

March 15, 2017


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The Dos Pueblos Amigas Positivas Club brought smiles to many students' faces with uplifting signs and posters hung in various bathrooms on campus, celebrating body positivity

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Mudslide at El Capitan Results in Rescue Mission

Mudslide at El Capitan Results in Rescue Mission

By Kimberly Lac

March 10, 2017


Filed under News

Heavy rain poured down on Santa Barbara County, causing a mudslide on the morning of January 20th. The Santa Barbara County Fire Department and the Sheriff's Department Search and Rescue Team were called in to rescue campers staying at El Capitan Canyon Campground. A combination of heavy rain and t...

Art Scholarships: A Breakthrough for Students

Art Scholarships: A Breakthrough for Students

By Nicky Monreal, Staff Writer

March 3, 2017


Filed under A&E, Events, News

Kevin Gleason, Dos Pueblos High School teacher of freehand drawing and Advanced Placement and International Baccalaureate visual art encourages students each year to further their artistic ambitions by entering the Santa Barbara Scholarship Foundation’s contest. “There’s the regular scholarship foundat...

Rain Effects on DP Athletics

Rain Effects on DP Athletics

By Nicky Monreal, Staff Writer

March 3, 2017


Filed under News, Sports

Channelkeeper Student Art Show: Celebrating Water with Art

Channelkeeper Student Art Show: Celebrating Water with Art

By Jean-Michel Ricard, News Editor

February 24, 2017


Filed under A&E, News

For the past several weeks Dos Pueblos High School senior Mariah Reeves has been racing against the clock to throw, shape, and glaze a nearly foot-long clay leopard shark around a pot. She wishes she had more time to have the shark go through the pot, but for now she says she just hopes it comes out on ...

Students Protest Trump’s Orders

Students Protest Trump’s Orders

By Maya Al Sabeh, Feature Editor

February 22, 2017


Filed under News

The rain in Santa Barbara did not prevent Dos Pueblos High School students from showing their compassion and support for those affected by President Trump’s recent executive orders. A student-led group gathered in the meadow to protest the travel ban on seven Muslim-majority countries and the construction...

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