• February 21Senior Picture

Deichler wins LMUSD Teacher of the Year

Carly Krauk and Chloe Housley

June 5, 2020

During the end of the 2019-20 school year, AP Government and AP US History teacher, Philip Deichler, won both the NHS and LMUSD Teacher of the Year awards. Mr. Deichler is known around campus for his outgoing personality as well as his kind hea...

Virus’ Leverage Over Government

Anthony Garcia, Writer

May 20, 2020

Over the course of a summer, kids often lose some of the information that they learned over the time of the academic school year. Many things like sports or just lack of practice over the break can cause the information learned in s...

COVID : We’re All in It Together

Carly Krauk, Writer

May 20, 2020

  This global pandemic is an incredibly awful time for everyone in the world. This virus is something that has affected each and every one of us. Not only are people getting extremely sick and passing away from this virus, ...

Protesting

Meghan Abbott, Writer

May 13, 2020

Protesting, does it do much? What about the coronavirus quarantine? How is it helping keep us safe and is it even keeping us safe or is it just a big scam from the government? First off, people are dying from this, so it's defi...

Facial Recognition

Juan Shogren Tutiven, Writer

April 12, 2020

In today’s modern world, facial recognition is increasingly being used by governments around the world. From the top-down, the technology is being used to monitor innocent civilians of all walks of life, no matter one’s gend...

THE MOON

Jazmyn Gonzalez, Writer

April 12, 2020

How does it feel to touch the moon? Is it hot or is it cold? As in what we know like in any movies about space you wouldn't be able to breathe if you don't have a suit on which is scientifically true.There's been eleven peopl...

How are dogs trained for disabled?

Angela Martinez, Writer

April 12, 2020

“They’ve been bred to pick up, to serve, for thousands of years. Seeing-eye dogs, which are usually shepherds, are herding dogs. They’re more ‘tell’ dogs. They take charge,” said Lu Picard, the chief executive of East Coas...

Teaching Mental Health in Schools

Chloe Housley, Writer

April 12, 2020

Mental health and important lessons that are applied to real-life are often not taught in schools. At Nipomo High School, teachers are stepping up to educate their students and help prepare them for life beyond school.   “Mental health is...

Pass or Fail: A Student’s Struggle

Juan Shogren Tutiven, staff writer

April 8, 2020

Students at Nipomo High School are spearheading a petition to keep letter grades after an email from the Lucia Mar Unified School District (LMUSD) potentially put their letter grades in jeopardy. The petition specifically calls for the high...

A Divided Victory

A Divided Victory

March 12, 2020

News