The Apache Pow Wow

Thank You, Mr. Saucedo

Ally Fung, Staff Writer

December 5, 2018

Dressed in a colorful button up, dapper khaki pants, and a sleek pair of Stan Smiths, Chris Saucedo steps into his role as a Biology Honors and Chemistry teacher at AHS. Mr. Saucedo can be found in room S208 which serves as a ...

Thank You, Madame Vaughan

Kaitlin Lee, Staff Writer

December 5, 2018

According to studies, it is incredibly hard for anyone over the age of ten to learn a new language since the majority of brain development happens before young adulthood. However, despite most never even meeting a French person...

Thank You, Ms. Hatheway

Kali Tam, Staff Writer

December 5, 2018

In the midst of our busy lives, we often forget to pause and express our gratitude to those who have impacted us in a positive way. Whether it be a parent, friend, or mentor, showing how grateful you are for these people is som...

Thank You, Mr. Pasqua

Cindy Tse, Staff Writer

December 5, 2018

One might think that AP Comparative Government is an extremely dull class to take, its student attendance mostly fuelled by graduation requirements. But having Mr. Pasqua as a teacher makes the process of dissecting governmen...

Thank You, Mr. Shen

Tiffany Liang, Publicity Manager

December 4, 2018

It’s Teacher Appreciation Month, that time of the year for us students to show our hard-working and influential teachers how much we appreciate them, despite the times that they do make our lives a b...

Thank You, Ms. Silverman

Alyssa Rave, Performing Arts Editor

December 4, 2018

Señora Silverman deserves much appreciation for the outstanding job she does as a language teacher. Regardless of the fact that Spanish is a common foreign language course to enroll in, the teachers teaching Spanish should not be ...

Thank You, Mr. Wang

Jeremy Du, Academics Editor

December 4, 2018

Not only is he a great AHS faculty member and a great history teacher, but also a great role model, mentor, and friend. He brings his experience and knowledge each day to H107 all the way at the south end of campus. Exuding hi...

Thank You, Mr. Vo

Sandi Khine, News Editor

December 4, 2018

 When Mr. Vo comes around to one of the tables in his class and requests a song to play while students work, he is usually met with some blank stares and a few meek suggestions. Nonetheless, he moves on and plays the non-expl...

Thank You, Ms. Lucas

Justin Cun, Sports Editor

December 4, 2018

Serious and intimidating were my honest first impressions of Ms. Lucas. However, I eventually came to realize that these were all far from the truth. My initial impressions gradually lessened after I adapted to her ...

Thank You, Ms. Kuso

Trinity Chhay, Editor in Chief

December 4, 2018

Thai tea—that is what Ms. Kuso is. It is not just because she makes the best Thai tea known to mankind, but rather the similarities the drink has with the astounding APES and chemistry teacher. Sweetness:    One...

Thank You, Mrs. Grubbs

Jenny Qiu, Staff Writer

December 4, 2018

For most students, English has always been a subject that they have taken. It wasn’t anything special, just a class they had to take to graduate, and for many, they disliked English. It wasn’t because the content was boring,...

Thank You, Ms. Pisano

Michelle Lee, Staff Writer

December 4, 2018

AP Biology. These two short words are enough to strike fear into the hearts of even the smartest and most hardworking of students and rightfully so. Signing up for the class means signing up for many cups of coffee, endless ni...

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