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

Filed under Charger Blogs, Top Stories

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...

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...

Life under DACA

Genevieve Soto, Staff Writer

May 4, 2018

Filed under Top Stories

Living in the shadows, constantly looking over your shoulder, and fearing a knock on the door is the typical life of a person living illegally in the country. You’d be surprised at how many undocumented students are in schools among u...

Spring Dress Code

Juliana Alcala, Staff Writer

May 2, 2018

Filed under Charger Blogs, Fashion, Top Stories

The season is changing and so are our outfits! Even though spring is around the corner and the weather is getting warmer, it is important for us to keep our school dress code in mind when dressing for school. These days, as...

Rick Clarke on Student Voice

Brenda Ruiz and Ivan Martinez

April 27, 2018

Filed under Top Stories

The perspective of students influence the communities that surround them, so says, Rick Clarke who strongly believes in the power of student voice. Rick Clarke, US History and Race and Social Justice teacher for 32 years, co-advised...

Starbucks to close for Racial-Bias Training

Alexis Virgen, Staff Writer

April 25, 2018

Filed under Charger Blogs, Top Stories

Be careful while walking into Starbucks, whoever you are! Recently, a video went viral after a Starbucks employee had called the police on two African-American men that were sitting in the coffee shop, not ordering, but waiting...

The Autism Acceptance Rally

Kesslyn Cousins, Staff Writer

April 25, 2018

Filed under Campus Events, Top Stories

Autism rates are rising for children in the U.S according to The Center for Disease Control. Experts are not sure what the root of the problem is. However, they do not believe that vaccinations are the cause. Scientists at the...

Spring is in the Air and Love Abounds on Campus!

Delaynie Samora, Staff Writer

April 24, 2018

Filed under Charger Blogs, Top Stories

Spring has sprung and love is all around us. If you scan the Bullard High School campus you will inevitably see young people holding hands, gazing into each other's eyes, and perhaps softly whispering into each other's ears. According...