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This is the last year I can put in my word to help the incoming students. Elsinore High School is an old school following old traditions. We as a class have asked for little help to keep us going and not getting into trouble. Kids jump fences and risk it all to just go out to get food. Our lunch program is only set up for those who are in need of a meal. There are close food places that surround the school where we could easily be back in our 30 minute lunch period. This should be something we earn, something to motivate the students if they can keep their grades up they can go out for lunch. This would not only stop students from ditching classes to get out, but can keep a lot more students’ grades up.

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Cassandra Gadd-Claxton, staff writer

Cassandra Gadd-Claxton is a senior at Elsinore High School. She has done cheer all three years and has taken a step back to experience the other side of high school. Cassandra loves to travel, go to concerts, and is always open to trying new things. In her free time, she loves going to see her favorite bands and meeting new people. She is very excited to be a member of Tiger Times. 

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