After only a few days after Dr. Seuss Enterprises announced the ban, the books are being sold for hundreds of dollars on Amazon, but have recently been slightly reduced since then. Photo courtesy of: Bushra Syed

Dr. Seuss Enterprises Announces Banning of Six Books for Racist Images

Bushra Syed March 12, 2021

Tuesday was March 2, known as Read Across America Day. Famous children’s author Theodor Seuss Geisel -- famously recognized as Dr. Seuss -- is normally associated with it because his birthday falls on...

The worldwide pandemic, Covid-19. Photo Courtesy of: Pexels

How are Segerstrom Families Going Through this Pandemic

Esmeralda Rodriguez March 12, 2021

The pandemic has put many families in tough situations. From being quarantined to having to wear a mask when outside to maintaining a six-feet distance from others, this time has changed us as a society....

Carlos Salcito Sales Jr. after getting arrested. Photo courtesy of: Huntington Beach Police Department

SAUSD Pays Millions to Sexual Assault Victims of Former Segerstrom Baseball Coach

Alexa Perez March 9, 2021

In October of 2020, SAUSD paid 2.2 million dollars to the families of six boys who were sexually abused by a former Segerstrom baseball coach, Carlos Salcito Sales Jr. Former student Vivian Soto states,...

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Sports Are Back At Segerstrom

Ivan Rubalcava March 2, 2021

With COVID-19 protocols becoming more lenient during the past few months, high schools in Santa Ana are reopening their sports programs. At Segerstrom High School, sports are allowed back with restrictions....

Bretza, standing on second base looking out to see if he could run over to third base.  
Photo courtesy of: Zander Bretza

Zander Bretza: Baseball Extraordinaire

Lina Naranjo March 2, 2021

Zander Bretza, a junior at Segerstrom High, has honorably received a full-ride scholarship to the University of Nevada, Las Vegas due to all his hard work in the game of baseball. Bretza plays third...

Updated on January 11th, this flyer has information on the plan for who gets vaccinated when, with the current phase (1A) having people ages 65+ vaccinated along with the other tiers. Photo Courtesy of: OC Health Care Agency

COVID-19 Updates from Town Hall

Christian Gobres January 20, 2021

On January 7th, a virtual town hall meeting on Zoom took place regarding the information on the pandemic in Santa Ana. The virtual town hall was primarily focused on two doctors: Frank Zaldivar, and...

People waiting to board their flights. Photo Courtesy of: The New York Times

Opinion: Is it worth traveling for the holidays?

Angel Reyes December 14, 2020

2020 has been a rough year. This is why people are eager to travel for the holidays to see loved ones and end this challenging year on a good note, but that might not be a good idea.   According to...

Segerstroms Girls League symbol.  
Photo courtesy of: The Segerstrom Girls League Facebook Page

Girls League Toy Drive

Lina Naranjo December 14, 2020

Due to COVID-19, it is difficult for clubs and sports to get together and do certain physical activities that they used to do before the whole pandemic.  Luckily Segerstrom’s Girls League Club will...

The Segerstrom basketball team logo. Photo courtesy of: The Segerstrom website

Segerstrom Girls Basketball Fundraiser

Lina Naranjo November 22, 2020

Despite all SAUSD high schools remaining closed, the Segerstrom girls basketball team still finds ways to fundraise. Varsity player, Emily Ngo, was asked a couple of questions about the logistics of a...

Last year’s photo of Kreation’s members. Photo courtesy of: Kreation’s Instagram

Four Clubs to Join at Segerstrom

Avery Ngo November 1, 2020

As the end of the first semester approaches, Segerstrom students should look towards becoming more involved within the school community. With the enlarging digital gap between friends and teachers as a...

The staff for the 2020-2021 school year

The Jag Journal Returns!

Yadira Zenteno October 29, 2020

The Jag Journal is the student-run paper from Segerstrom High School. They established the virtual paper in the 2019-2020 school year. First established as a club, the journalism class has come a long...

A photo of last year's Editorial Board.

A Message from The Jag Journal Editorial Board

Editorial Board October 29, 2020

Confronted by the coronavirus pandemic, the subsequent economic shutdown that has overwhelmed businesses and families, the looming ramifications of the death of the Notorious RBG on the Supreme Court,...

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