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G.A.T.E. Shadow Days

G.A.T.E. Shadow Days

Andrew H., Reporter

February 8, 2018


Filed under Campus Life, Showcase

Every year Kraemer Middle School invites GATE sixth graders from all around the Placentia Yorba Linda Unified School District (PYLUSD) to tour the school. These students are paired up with seventh graders and will follow them wherever they go. Sixth graders learn what daily life at Kraemer is like a...

Kraemer Kickoff

Kraemer Kickoff

Young K., Editor in Chief

January 31, 2018


Filed under Campus Life, Showcase

On February 2nd, ASB will host the second dance of the year and the first dance of 2018! The name is Kraemer Kickoff, which is very fitting due to the sports theme. Tickets will be on sale this Tuesday through Friday: before school, during break, and during lunch for $5. Remember to bring your student ...

Teacher Spotlight: Mrs. Dedrick

Teacher Spotlight: Mrs. Dedrick

Charis P., Editor

January 22, 2018


Filed under Campus Life

Mrs. Dedrick is a Math teacher here at Kraemer. This year, she teaches Math 7 and Math 8, as well as 8th-grade math lab. She has been teaching for 34 years and has also taught in Provo, Utah, Los Angeles Unified, and Corona-Norco Unified, but she says that teaching at Kraemer is the best by far. Mrs...

Kraemer’s Orchestra – Winter Concert

Kraemer’s Orchestra – Winter Concert

Tanner Y., Reporter

December 21, 2017


Filed under Campus Life

On Tuesday, December 12, 2017, Kraemer had its first concert of the year. Starting with the Intermediate orchestra, it worked it’s way up to Advanced and Chamber strings to finish it off. The intermediate orchestra, conducted by Mr. Grant, kicked everything off with Joust by Richard Meyer. This ...

Teacher Spotlight : Mrs. James

Teacher Spotlight : Mrs. James

Erin K., Editor

December 20, 2017


Filed under Campus Life

Mrs. James is the current teacher for 7th graders in regular english, GEAR UP, and ELD (English Language Development). It is her first year teaching at Kraemer and she is already loved by all her students as well as the staff members. For the past three years, she has been teaching 6th, 7th, and 8th...

Student Spotlight- Jackson Steuber

Student Spotlight- Jackson Steuber

Katrina W, Reporter

December 20, 2017


Filed under Campus Life

“Really, you’re writing an article about me?” - Jackson Steuber. Jack is a part of a family of 5, with his mother Mrs. Steuber, his father, Mr. Steuber, his little sister, Kate, and little brother, Nate. He is known around the school for his high-spirited personality, and his way of never getting pu...

Elective Spotlight: Orchestra

Elective Spotlight: Orchestra

Robert B., Reporter

December 19, 2017


Filed under Campus Life

At Kraemer Middle School, all students are required to take four core classes (Math, History, Science and Language Arts), P.E., and at least two electives. There is a wide range of electives to choose from such as art, band, orchestra and foreign languages, just to name a few.  A very popular electiv...

Student Spotlight-Jenna G.

Student Spotlight-Jenna G.

Tori P., Editor

December 14, 2017


Filed under Campus Life

Jenna G. is a quirky, unique 8th grader here at Kraemer Middle School. She loves Starbucks and is a very kind, respectful person to everyone she encounters. Jenna is not your ordinary 8th grader. To begin with, she was born in Yorba Linda on October 13th, 2004. To Jenna, her birthday is unique. This...

10 Reasons Our School Should Be Renovated

10 Reasons Our School Should Be Renovated

Kevin R., Reporter

December 12, 2017


Filed under Campus Life

Kraemer Middle school is a great school, but it has many flaws in its campus. It needs to be renovated so kids can take pride in where they go to school. Some things that need to be renovated on campus are the bleachers, the computers, the bathrooms, the running track, and basketball courts. Those are...

Kraemer Jogathon

Kraemer Jogathon

Colin M., Reporter

November 29, 2017


Filed under Campus Life

Kraemer Middle School’s Jogathon. A Jog-a-thon is a common fundraising event used by many schools and other non-profit organizations to collect money to fund their organization. During a Jog-a-thon, participants jog laps for a certain period of time. Also, Jog-a-thons sometimes have stations po...

Top 5 Pride Sessions

Top 5 Pride Sessions

Ashley K., Reporter

November 28, 2017


Filed under Campus Life

Top 5 PRIDE Sessions PRIDE is a thirty minute time period between third and fourth period, and is a good time to either have a fun time or get work done. PRIDE sessions can be academic, enrichment, or a combination of both.  The session topics range from games and karaoke to test/assignment make up...

Mathcounts

Mathcounts

Jevan B., Reporter

November 27, 2017


Filed under Campus Life

Mathcounts is a competition program for 6-8 graders. Mathcounts challenges the teams to really use their brains. It was founded in 1983 . Mathcounts is a way to make new friends and to bond with old ones because your team needs to work together to solve the math problems. There are many competitions but...

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