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Hydro Flasks are Poisonous By Molly Gram (April Fools News)

Breaking news! Hydro flasks contain an unhealthy amount of lead. The EPA released a statement on February 15, 2018 stating, “ Hydro flasks are not safe... we apologize for not catching the health hazard sooner.” The Hydro Flask brand has made 210 million dollars in sales since it was founded in 2009. Founder, Travis Rosbach, [...]

By |April 1st, 2018|The Gator Gazette|0 Comments

Mock Trial Sued By Molly Gram (April Fools News)

The Newbury Park Adventist Academy Mock Trial Team allegedly plagiarized a case! Principal Steve Laing received a call early last week informing him that they had been suspected of plagiarizing their case. What does this mean? No one really knows as mock trial is always based on real cases. The leaders of the Mock Trial [...]

By |April 1st, 2018|The Gator Gazette|0 Comments

Coaches Switch to Online P.E. By Giselle Asij (April Fools News)

Coaches Shea and Chavez have decided to change to online P.E. beginning in the 2018-2019 school year. This change will be used to help the students learn more about the benefits of physical education. Online P.E. sounds very contradicting. How exactly does it work? Students take online courses that help you learn about the physiology [...]

By |April 1st, 2018|The Gator Gazette|0 Comments

Gone Gator By Giselle Asij (April Fools News)

During a board meeting on February 27, 2018, the members decided to officially change NPAA’s mascot to a Croc. Coach Shea initiated the idea of a new mascot that will change in the 2018-2019 school year. Other high schools such as Hillcrest Christian, Summit View, Santa Clarita Valley International (SCVI), Newbury Park High School (NPHS), [...]

By |April 1st, 2018|The Gator Gazette|0 Comments

New Vegan Cafeteria Food Unveiled By Sophie Kalberg (April Fools News)

Starting on April 8, 2018, only vegan food will be served in the NPAA cafeteria. Staff finalized this decision after many students at NPAA began to go vegan. After countless complaints about the lunch options, administration finally gave in and switched to an only vegan cafeteria. Most students are pleased with this option. Senior Cross [...]

By |April 1st, 2018|The Gator Gazette|0 Comments

NPAA Uniform Switch By Sophie Kalberg (April Fools News)

True Grits? Parker? Not anymore. NPAA uniforms will be going from Parker to Land’s End beginning next month, because Parker has recently shut down. A lot of the students at NPAA are not pleased with this change. It was just a major downer. When asked about how he feels about the change, junior Sam Schlemmer [...]

By |April 1st, 2018|The Gator Gazette|0 Comments

Lifetime Sports Returns to NPAA By Jesse Smith (April Fools News)

By popular demand, the senior class of Newbury Park Adventist Academy 2018 will receive physical education. An additional period is being added to the schedule in quarter four to accommodate the new class for the seniors. The class is called Lifetime Sports. Students will be able to choose whichever sport they would like during that [...]

By |April 1st, 2018|The Gator Gazette|0 Comments

Alumni Weekend 2018

Alumni Weekend is fast approaching! This year’s alumni weekend will be held on April 13-15, 2018. We have added some fun new things to make the weekend more memorable for those coming back. The weekend will be full of opportunities to socialize with old classmates, their families, and staff and see how NPAA has stayed [...]

By |February 26th, 2018|Alumni Newsletter|0 Comments

NPAA Students Forced to Evacuate By Anders Nordquist

On Dec 4th, 2017, the Thomas fire forced 27,000 people in Ventura County to evacuate their homes, some of whom were NPAA students. The Thomas fire consumed over 281,893 acres and wasn't fully contained until Jan 12, 2018. It caused a fire fighter fatality, burned down over 1063 buildings, damaged over 60 buildings, and injured [...]

By |February 26th, 2018|The Gator Gazette|0 Comments

Npaa Soccer Team Starts Season Strong By Molly Gram

The 2018 NPAA soccer season started off to a great start. Their first home game against SCVI was on Tuesday, January 16 and it ended in victory. The game started off slow, but the second half got spicy! The biggest moment in the game came in the second half. “I came in with the ball [...]

By |February 26th, 2018|The Gator Gazette|0 Comments