Tri-Color Times

Lancers eager to fix their grades at Saturday School

Michael Gil Ceballos, Journalism

February 12, 2018

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SOME LANCERS are not doing so well in some classes, and Saturday school is a great way to get those grades fixed. The next Saturday school will be hosted on February 24, and Lancers can bring homework or any other school work...

Teacher home visits cancelled

February 8, 2018

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A YEAR ago the Tri-Color Times reported about teacher home visits. It was following an initiative, the Parent Teacher Home Visit Project, that has been active for more than 15 years. It has taken hold in a dozen states and school...

Junior prep for ACT test

Junior prep for ACT test

January 5, 2018

Many GHS Lancers resolve to succeed in their education

Ester Manriquez Marcia, Journalist

January 5, 2018

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EVERY year, people tend to make new goals for the upcoming year. Most of the Granger Lancers like to put in their time and focus on getting better grades, better attendance, and fewer tardies in school. Most of the goals prior...

Second term woes

Lorens Garcia, Journalist

January 5, 2018

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FIRST term may be one of the easiest term of the year. Beginning of the year students are excited for a new year for improvements on grades. Trying to change study habits and turning in work on time for a better year. Teacher...

DACA: It affects thousands of people nationwide including Lancers

Mireya Ruiz, Journalist

November 2, 2017

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There are other requirements that the person applying has to ful ll, like living in the United States before June 15, 2012. Then, they have to provide proof of some type of studying like a GED or high school diploma. Th...

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