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Separation of Church and State

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About the Writers
Jasmine Fernandez, Editor-In-Chief

For Jasmine Fernandez,12, it’s about the journey and the destination. As a student involved in almost all aspects of Downey High from Theater to Newspaper she loves having goals and pursuing success. “In five years I want to be pursuing something more.” Fernandez stated, “The thing that I would want the least coming out of college is not knowing what to do.’’

Alexis Gutierrez, Writer

As a returning Downey Legend news staff member, Alexis Gutierrez, 12, plans to expose more of what Downey High School has to offer. “I returned to newspaper because explaining new aspects of school life has really put me out there,” Gutierrez said. “I can't wait to continue discovering downey's little stories.”

Jesus Aguayo-Cerda, Writer

Formally enrolled in AP U.S. History and currently enrolled in AP Microeconomics, senior Jesus Aguayo-Cerda believes that the social sciences are the least harrowing classes he has to take in his high school career. “I wouldn’t say I enjoy it; I’d say [social science] is the least painful out of the classes you have to take,” Aguayo-Cerda said. “It teaches you about different branches; it’s more vocal and not all ‘grunt-work.’”

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Separation of Church and State