Junior Gianna Mendoza has completed the Youth Crew Program at the Marine Mammal Center in Sausalito. She volunteered on Sunday Day Crew at the hospital where she worked directly with seals and sea lions at the hospital. To complete the program youth must also present on a medical condition, an environmental issue that affects marine mammals or a case study on a patient. Gianna presented on Otostrongylus circumlitis, a parasite that is primarily found in elephant seals at The Marine Mammal Center. Great work, Gianna!
Graduation is almost upon us! Seniors and Senior families, get all the information you need about the festivities we have planned here.
Playing in the rugged West Catholic Athletic League, a sophomore keeper would figure to allow her share of goals. But that was not the case with Presentation's Lauren Zontos, who posted eight clean sheets, being named the WCAL co-Player of the Year in the process. Click here to read the full article.
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