New Leader of the Knights

Brenda Ruiz and Alexis Virgen

June 4, 2018

Filed under News, Top Stories

The voice that you now hear on the intercom during Bullard's morning announcements is our newly elected Associated Student Body president, Mark Topoozian. Now that he's the President, he has assured us that he will be working...

New NFL Policy to Ban Players from Kneeling During National Anthem

Xandra Lancaster, Staff Writer

June 4, 2018

Filed under Charger Blogs, Top Stories

A new NFL policy will be put in place this 2018 season that is, “Banning players from kneeling in protest during the playing of the national anthem before games. If they choose not to stand, they can stay in the locker room, bu...

The Cost Of Graduation

Xandra Lancaster and Julio Delgado

June 4, 2018

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As the end of the school year is approaching, we started to look into what it costs to graduate. We collected information about the different items to purchase for the graduating seniors. There are various items that senio...

Fresno Waterway Awareness

Jordan Brunson, Staff Writer

May 30, 2018

Filed under Charger Blogs, Top Stories

It seems every year many people die of drowning, most from swimming in rivers, lakes, canals, etc. The most recent death due to drowning in the Central Valley was about a few weeks ago on May 12th. The person was initially...

Nothing will stop Shaela

Kesslyn Cousins, Staff writer

May 29, 2018

Filed under Featured Student, Top Stories

Shaela Warkentin was 15 when she got into a car accident that resulted in her losing her eyesight. When she woke up in the hospital, the Fresno teen asked the nurses if they can remove the covering over her eyes, little did she...

Another shooting rattles students, but no walkout is planned

Jade Kaabua, Staff writer

May 29, 2018

Filed under Campus Events, Featured Student, Top Stories

On Friday May 18th, there was a shooting at Santa Fe High School, committed by a student. According to officials, almost 200 school shootings have occurred this year. In reaction to the shooting tragedy at Douglas Stoneman High Sch...

Bullard’s Annual Senior Wall Unveiling

Xandra Lancaster, Staff Writer

May 29, 2018

Filed under Campus Events, Top Stories

On the morning of May 4th, seniors crowded around the south side of the cafeteria to watch the unveiling of the senior wall. As they waited anxiously for the blue paper, which concealed the wall, to be torn away, they listened...

Bullard Springfest 2018

Mekhi Harrison and Jacob Markus

May 23, 2018

Filed under Campus Events, Top Stories

On Thursday, the 17th of May, Bullard High hosted the annual Springfest. The event hosted lots of activities, including shooting hoops, slip and slides, volleyball, spikeball, a concert, and plenty of other booths and activities. What...

Bullard Boys Swim Team/CMAC Champs

Austin Peterson, Staff Writer

May 21, 2018

Filed under Sports, Top Stories

On May 3rd and 5th the annual CMAC league championships for swim took place. This year, it was held at Madera High, and every school in the league came prepared to race. The prelims were held on the 3rd. Prelims are the process...

Do you buy flowers during the summer season?

Kesslyn Cousins and Julio Delgado

May 18, 2018

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Flowers bloom the best when spring season approaches. They may be a small gesture, but it's the little things that matter. Flowers are a big business and roses are U.S. national flowers which have fans everywhere. Bullard is...