The Stampede

  • McKee’s Resilience

    McKee’s Resilience

    Selia Lucero, RHS Sports Reporter

    October 15, 2018

       The Lady Mustangs took a win two weeks ago in a game against the Vacaville Bulldogs with the help of Carolyn McKee. The Captain of the Varsity Girls Volleyball carried the team as she pushed through an injury mid-game. McKee fell on her hip during the game but proceeded to play hard despite the bruises that resulted from her fall. She played through all four sets undeterred by her fall and averaged about two kills per set.    With McKee’...

  • Sickle Cell Awareness

    Sickle Cell Awareness

    Joy Moore, U.S./World News and Politics Editor

    October 11, 2018

       Last month is Sickle Cell Awareness month. Sickle Cell is a blood disorder where red blood cells become sickled and deformed. It is a disorder that is inherited through genes. It started off as a gene mutation that was started in regions, such as central Africa, India, and the Middle East because most of those regions are more prone to malaria. It is the most common blood disorder in African-Americans in the United States. 1 in 345 African Americ...

    medical illustration of the effects of sickle cell anemia

  • Club of the Month- Theory Club

    Club of the Month- Theory Club

    Jade Calpo, RHS News Reporter

    October 11, 2018

    This month’s club of the month is Theory Club. A new club here at Rodriguez, Theory club discusses a wide range of topics, not just conspiracy theories as many believe. Throughout the school year, they plan on delving into more intense topics such as philosophy, morals, ethics, and societal issues. How did this club first form? Well, president, Kayla Anulacion says, “nearly all great ideas are made with friends, it all began in the library whe...

Club of the Month- Theory Club
Arty Awards
Questions in the Rod #1
Color Run 2k18
Maui Vacay Getaway
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Sickle Cell Awareness
NorCal Wildfires
Remembering 9/11

Remembering 9/11

September 17, 2018

Rodriguez Students: For or Against Family Separation?

Rodriguez Students: For or Against Family Separation?

September 6, 2018

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Game, Set, Match!

Gracey Lanza, RHS Sports Reporter
October 15, 2018

   Nothing feels better than winning your final home match of the season. Going into this tennis match, our tennis team was filled with nerves and was very unsure of what to expect. The match against...

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McKee’s Resilience

Selia Lucero, RHS Sports Reporter
October 15, 2018

   The Lady Mustangs took a win two weeks ago in a game against the Vacaville Bulldogs with the help of Carolyn McKee. The Captain of the Varsity Girls Volleyball carried the team as she pushed through...

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Outfit of the Week: Tiana Heffernen

September 6, 2018

YNG BLENDZ – 2 RHS students making a business out of their hobby

September 6, 2018

A Rod-Tastic Rivalry

September 6, 2018

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The Voice of Rodriguez High
The Voice of Rodriguez High