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Students, teachers alike plan to see Cesar Chavez movie.

Learning about the history of Arizona and the key figures that played roles in our history is important to the citizens who live here. They plan to see the new movie about Cesar Chavez who played a huge role in the State’s history. 176 more words

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HOSA competes in state-wide competition

Sunrise Mountains’ HOSA club is traveling to Tucson, AZ from April 15 until April 17 to compete in a state-wide competition against other high schools for a chance to go to nationals. 171 more words

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Arizona excited for action-packed Pro Bowl

With ratings falling in Hawaii for the NFL Pro Bowl, they’re the NFL is changing the location to Arizona for a year, and fans are happy. 220 more words

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Seniors Leave the Nest

Some students start planning their future after Sunrise starting their freshman year. Others wait until the last minute of senior year to apply to a college, while the rest decide to take a break after high school and pick up a job. 178 more words

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Students plan for three day weekend

Days before the testing break of April 18, students grow to be increasingly excited for the three day weekend. Many students have interesting plans for the extra day off from school. 228 more words

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Recession brings new optimism to students

After the beginning of the recession in 2008, many high school students began changing their main goals in life in order to find happiness in ways other than accumulating money and acquiring a high-paying job. 233 more words

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Young life too cool for school

Many students at Sunrise Mountain are not only involved in the multitude of different extracurricular activities that are available at school, but also in other endeavors not centered on campus.Young Life is a Christian based club that meets every Monday, which has both students and teachers coming together to promote a positive, fun environment for teenagers. 236 more words

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