Tardies and phone use spur policy review

Teachers met on a Mar. 15 staff development day to discuss consistent, enforceable tardy and cell phone policies. Attendance Office records show that 3.5 percent of students are tardy to first period--leading to over 11,000 tardy incidents since August--and 82 percent of teachers see student punctuality as a problem, according to an informal survey of 11 PRHS teachers.

PRJUSD approves green renovations

Nearly $10 million in district, water, utility, and energy costs for the Paso Robles Joint Unified School District are expected to be saved over the next 30 years with a new deal with Opterra Energy Services approved by the PRJUSD board of trustees...The project will renovate district utilities and replace them with more modern, environmentally friendly, and cheap alternatives.

Spreading JOOI

Those looking for happy, welcoming people who also have a strong dedication to their community need look no further than the PRHS JOOI club, which meets in room 1026 on Thursdays at Lunch.

Estados de inimgrantes mexicanos en Paso Robles

Reportero del Crimson Mason Seden-Hansen preguntó a 196 estudiantes relacionados a inmigrantes mexicanos en clases de AVID, Español avanzada, y Compás de cual estados mexicanos eran. Los tres estados con la mayoria del populacion inmigrante en la escuela secundaria de Paso Robles: Michoacan, Jalisco, y Sinaloa.

New classes approved

Five new full-year classes approved...AP European History, AP Music Theory, AP Spanish Literature, Advanced Leadership and MM Personal Finance will all be available for students to take during the 2017-2018 school year.