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Kody Gardner

Kody Gardner

Matt Richardson and Ted Giberson March 17, 2015

Junior Kody Gardner has played on the varsity baseball team since he was a freshman. Kody has been recognized as one of the best shortstops in the league the past two years as he has received All-League...

Katelyn Chandler Athlete Profile

Katelyn Chandler Athlete Profile

Paige Borgogno, Mirada Staff March 17, 2015

How nice would it be to know exactly what you’re doing after high school, BEFORE you even finish your Junior year? Wouldn’t it be nice to have 80% of your college tuition paid for in order to do something...

Life at Rio

Life at Rio

Parisa Anderson, Mirada Staff January 16, 2015

The Reality of Reality TV

The Reality of Reality TV

Nick Alvarez, Mirada Staff November 12, 2014

  After a long day at school, most students will come home, kick back, and watch TV. A vast majority will watch a reality TV show. These shows have taken over primetime TV due to their seemingly...

Spartan Pumpkin

Outdoor Adventure Class Competes in Pumpkin-Carving Competition

Blake Johnson, Web Editor November 6, 2014

These are the carved pumpkins. Please go over them carefully and vote for your favorite in the poll!

School Starting Time Debated

School Starting Time Debated

Sara Khalafi, Guest Writer October 6, 2014

The American Academy of Pediatrics recommended last month that high schools and middle schools should start no earlier than 8:30 to allow students to get more sleep, but most Rio students students oppose...

Superintendent Costs District $3.4 Million

Superintendent Costs District $3.4 Million

Unknown, Mirada Staff September 24, 2014

Although written during the date provided, this article was republished during 2020 by Nicolas Gorman to put it on the website. The author is unknown. In the wake of  accusations of harassment, bullying,...

Saucy Serenades Seduce Students

Saucy Serenades Seduce Students

Amelia Storm, Mirada Staff September 24, 2014

Homecoming serenades are the most interesting and unique part of the homecoming rally. People love them. People wait to see them every year. I, personally, am genuinely excited to see what the guys come...

The Beginning of the End

The Beginning of the End

Jennifer Lee, Mirada Staff September 24, 2014

It’s six a.m. and the dew-ridden football field is littered with the 2015 senior class decked out in their finest hoodies and sweats. With scones and coffee in hand (shoutout to Lily Van Reese and...

Father, Son Bond on Sierra Hiking Trip

Father, Son Bond on Sierra Hiking Trip

Amelia Storm, Mirada Staff September 24, 2014

While many students sit at home during the summer and binge watch netflix, English teacher Adam Bearson and his son Nate took a 240-mile hike along the John Muir trail over the course of 25 days, averaging...

Kicking Off a New Season

Kicking Off a New Season

Paige Borgogno, Mirada Staff September 23, 2014

Starting the season strong, the Rio Americano Boys Varsity Soccer team has high hopes for the upcoming year, a year which will hopefully include winning playoffs. The Rio Americano Boys Soccer program...

New Law Requires Schools to Use EpiPens to Aid Students with Allergies

New Law Requires Schools to Use EpiPens to Aid Students with Allergies

Katherine Borg, Mirada Staff September 22, 2014

Natalie Giorgi, who would have been a freshman this year, tragically passed away from an allergic reaction after eating a Rice Krispy treat containing a peanut frosting at Camp Sacramento in July of 2013. Now...

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