Monthly Archives: April 2013
By Dylan Breaux and Jason Forsee.
By Witney Clippinger and Adrian Tejada. Mrs. Becker, a hardworking P.E. teacher at Mesa Middle School, teaches 7th graders. She teaches 2 out of 3 7th grade pods which is 2/3 of 7th graders at Mesa Middle School. Mrs. Becker
By Zach Rensch. Mesa Middle School has rule where you are not allowed to have your cell phones and iPods out during class, but is it really a distraction? Or could it be great way to learn and talk to
By Peyton Cronce and Kaitlyn Martin. Although Facebook is one of the most popular social networks, it has a problem of its own. A lot of under aged kids are signing up. Should they lower the age? It wouldn’t make
By Megan Walsh and Rachel Buswell. As the Mesa school year is rounding the end, track and field season is just starting. Some may think that this sport is similar to cross-country, but there are many differences. While cross-country only
By Rachel Buswell. Chinese is one of the most widespread languages in the world, and one of the hardest to learn as well, especially for Americans. But learning Chinese at Mesa, as some would say, is much easier than past
By Josh Kebel. There is a class in world language that helps students read and write clearly calle Dimensions in Literacy or D.I.L The teacher Ms. Bones, makes learning fun and interesting. There aren’t many students in the class, but
By Adrien Schissler. From April 12- 21, 2013, an entertainment group will play at the Buell Theater in Downtown Denver. This group comes from the far side of the universe. A group that’s… blue? Wait, it’s the Blue Man Group.
By Westyn Hubbard and Hannah Patrick. We have been in school for many months now, and there have been a lot of great teachers. But there is one world language teacher that sticks out more than the rest, and his
By Julia Weis. ¡Hola! Here at Mesa Middle School, there are many gifted individuals that attend this school. Those students may have a strong suit in math or science, others however, are doing exceptionally well in Spanish. A handful of
By Madison Guccione, Camy Pierce and Hayley Alexander. Janaya Zimmerman was four years old when she took her first ballet class at a local dance studio. At age six she performed her very first ballet solo and loved it. Six
By Taylor Cook, Isabella Ibrahim and Gillian Steininger. Project Unify wasn’t just a club, but a group that brought all kinds of different students together. A big part of that group was integrating sports and physical activity to the lives
By Megan Walsh. In Digital Media class, taught by Ms. Mullinix, Mesa students are learning all about the craft of digital art. This is a fairly new concept for the world, as technology is advancing now more than it has
By Adrien Schissler. On March 14, 2013, C- teams boys basketball team played Cimarron for the basketball season starter. But on Monday April 8, 2013, the Mesa Bears replayed the Cimarron Colts, and they were prepared for the challenges they
By Blayn Masoner and Isabella Maroquin. Lately a lot of 7th grade students and teachers have been going to International Towne. Many students have said they had a lot of fun and they liked International Towne. For example, Angelique Davies,