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Ukiah High Wildcats Discover Mendocino County’s Awe-Inspiring Natural Scenes

The Hiking Club gives students the unique chance to traverse Mendocino County’s many hiking trails, witnessing for themselves these breathtaking sights.

Why Wildcats Should be Learning Financial Literacy

Silva-Brown eventually admitted that “The school could do a better job modeling the concept of choices and consequences while exposing students to some of the financial issues within society.” 

‘They Make Each Other Better Through Practice’: How Girls’ Tennis Has Prepared for Their Current Season

Looking ahead at the 2021 Season, 12th grader Beatrix Holstein said, “We’ve got a huge team, lots of fun girls, and I think it’s going to be a really fun season.”

“It’s Been a Change For Sure, but a Nice One”: Students Recount Their Experiences Being Back on Campus

Ukiah High sophomore Isaac Adkins, explained that it was easier to come back than it was to adapt to online classes. “I would describe my experience readjusting to in-person school a lot better than I would online school because the teachers are there to help you out and guide you through it.” 

A Look Into Pit Bulls: Dangerous Beasts or Misunderstood Sweeties?

UHS News staff researched the topic and interviewed Ukiah Animal Shelter Director Richard Molinari to investigate whether or not pit bulls are truly a dog to fear.

To Return, Or Not To Return: Wildcats Consider the Possibility of Hybrid Learning

Joel Naranjo, a senior, said that “I did choose to come back to school…” He explained that “I really felt if I stayed any longer in remote learning, I would go crazy.”