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Hundreds of Alisal students march on November 17, 2016, to unite and voice their opinions about the inequalities and fear  they face as minorities. “No matter the color of your skin, religion, or sexuality, we are together and we are one,” said Junior Jasmine Mejia.

#AlisalUnited

November 18, 2016

Making their voices heard

Israel Medrano, Journalist

November 8, 2016

Writing. When students hear this word they usually have one of two reactions: for the majority of students a moan or sigh, for a minority, excitement. The latter is the group of students who belong to the Writer’s Club of Alisa...

House E students carrying their Chromebooks, which have been a central part of school life at Alisal and now they are a part of every student’s daily materials.

A New Age for Alisal

November 8, 2016

The End of Riceland

The End of Riceland

October 26, 2016

1 to 1 Computers

1 to 1 Computers

May 26, 2016

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