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  • February 23Fiesta Friday during lunch in the Grove on Friday, Mar. 1
  • February 23Parent Teacher Conferences (virtual or telephone) on Feb. 28 and 29
  • February 23In-Person Parent Teacher Conferences from 4 to 6 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 27
  • February 16Kadima Conservatory of Music will perform during periods 2 and 3 on Wednesday, Feb. 21
  • February 15No school on Monday, Feb. 19 for Presidents’ Day
  • February 9In the Heart of Winter School Dance at 6 p.m. in the MPR on Friday, Feb. 16

The Pearl Post

The student news site of Daniel Pearl Magnet High School in Lake Balboa, CA

The student news site of Daniel Pearl Magnet High School in Lake Balboa, CA

The Pearl Post

First day of school welcomes new, returning students

Daniel Pearl Magnet High School welcomed students back to campus on Aug. 14 for the first day of the 2023-2024 school year. Students were directed by lists consisting of every student’s first period class. The first day of school, which included meeting new students and staff members, buzzed with energy as students returned to continue or begin their high school journey.

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Alan Ruiz, Print Editor-in-Chief
Alan Ruiz, a senior, is so excited to work on The Pearl Post this year as the Print Editor-in-Chief. In his third year on the DPMHS Student Media staff, Ruiz is looking forward to refining the writing, editing and photography skills that will help him pursue a career in journalism. Outside of school, Ruiz participates in the Student Advisory Council for LAUSD Board District 3, contributes to the Los Angeles Zoo Teen Council for Conservation and manages his sports news YouTube channel called All Things Dodgers. He also enjoys organizing and volunteering at school events, playing baseball and spending quality time with family and friends.
Kristin Intal, Visual Editor
Kristin Intal is a junior and in her first year on staff. As the Visual Editor, she plans to contribute by expanding her knowledge of both journalism and the students of the school. Outside of classes, she can be found volunteering or exploring different hobbies, such as digital art and martial arts.
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