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Claudia Llado

Claudia Llado, Assistant Editor in Chief: Copy Editor

Hi, my name is Claudia Llado and I am a senior this year! This is my second year on staff and I am honored to take on the role of Assistant Editor-In-Chief: Copy Editor. Last year, I met amazing people in room 4113, wrote informative pieces and won Rookie of the Year. I am so excited to make more media memories this year. This year, I’m looking forward to helping others spark their passion for media whilst still growing my writing skills. Some facts about me: I love to travel and try new things, go to the movies, and spend time with friends and family. In college, I am interested in majoring in something business and marketing-related, along with a minor in psychology. I am excited to discover what lies ahead for me. If you want to contact the team, email us at [email protected] and follow our Instagram @rcrockmedia!

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Varsity goalie Corey Clouthier ‘25 reaches for the puck during the third period versus Chaparral Jan. 20. During the final period, Chaparral scored five goals against the Sabercats, resulting in a 6-3 loss. “It was devastating to lose to Chap after a close game for the most part. We broke down in the final minutes of the game. Although it was bad, I know the boys can bounce back,” varsity forward Steven Kannenberg ‘25 said.

Skate and Score

by Claudia Llado, Assistant Editor in Chief: Copy Editor
January 29, 2024
A graphic introduces the article OPINION: A Night of Glamour, Glory and Gossip.

OPINION: A Night of Glamour, Glory and Gossip

by Claudia Llado, Assistant Editor in Chief: Copy Editor
January 14, 2024
Coach Ron Saul, Charlie Tucker 24, Mason Conrad 24, Coach Dave Vahling, Nick Mayday 24, Nathan Kim 24 and Trey Kahrhoff 24 hold up the CHSAA championship banner on Collindale Golf Course Oct. 3. The team had a total score of 440 strokes, finishing +14 strokes to par. The season has been going great and Im so proud to win with my five seniors, Vahling said. We were all a bit nervous but confident we could win.

A Tee-rific State Win

by Claudia Llado, Assistant Editor in Chief: Copy Editor
October 14, 2023
Graphic displays a fall-themed aesthetic with a pumpkin spice drink in the center.

Pumpkin Spice & Everything Nice

by Claudia Llado, Assistant Editor in Chief: Copy Editor
September 19, 2023
A beach sunset photo captures the Hawaiian island Lanai in the background in Maui 2021. Alexis Savas and her husband got Hawaiian shaved ice and walked along the beach, watching the sunset. “We would just eat our shaved ice and relax by the sunset and I would always try to capture the green flash that happens right before the sun goes down,” Savas said.

Blazing Maui Wildfires: Recovery From the Islands Crisis of the Century

by Claudia Llado, Assistant Editor in Chief: Copy Editor
August 29, 2023
Smiling, Student Body President Myles Rubin ‘23 gives a speech in front of the senior section during the Moving Up Assembly May 12. Student Council wrapped up the year with a final speech, talking about school activities such as the Back to School Dance, Homecoming week, assemblies, Wish Week and Prom. “I love giving speeches at assemblies because of the roar of the crowd and the positive response from all of the students,” Rubin said. “It was awesome being Student Council President this year and being able to lead some of the best events that Rock Canyon has put together.”

Moving Up & Out

by Claudia Llado, Assistant Editor in Chief: Copy Editor
May 22, 2023
Campus Security Specialists Jeaninne Nicol, Daniel Wrona and Jerome Adams review hallway security footage in their shared office April 14. The security office hallway is directly attached to the main entrance upstairs, with a security-specific desk located outside of the 9000s hallway downstairs. “My favorite part of my job is working with the students and ensuring their safety,” Nicol said.

School Resource Officers and their Impact on Public Schools

by Claudia Llado, Assistant Editor in Chief: Copy Editor
April 26, 2023
The Wish Week sign is displayed in the upper main hallway April 4. It was decorated with Fidels favorite basketball team, the Charlotte Hornets, and an orange basketball. Wish Week is important because it brings together the entire Rock Canyon community and we get to welcome a whole new family to our community, Student Body President Myles Rubin 23 said.

Wander Through Wish Week Decorations

by Claudia Llado, Assistant Editor in Chief: Copy Editor
April 11, 2023
The 2023-2024 bell schedule changes Odd and Even Days to Black and Gold Days. All-period days will start later at 8:20 a.m.

The Dilemma with the Agenda

by Claudia Llado, Assistant Editor in Chief: Copy Editor
February 24, 2023
The Colorado state flag hangs in Pauls room Sept. 9, 2022. Before teaching, Paul worked as a police officer and a school resource officer at Heritage High School. “I really enjoy the interactions with this age group,” Paul said.

FRIDAY FACULTY FEATURE: Aaron Paul’s Experience in Law

by Claudia Llado, Assistant Editor in Chief: Copy Editor
January 27, 2023
Jocelyn Jensen ‘23  and Bella Whittier ‘24 work on homework for AP Statistics and Chemistry in the LMC Dec. 2. The amount of students using the library has increased as finals approach. “Finals are kind of scary. I’m just going over my notes and watching old lectures and stuff so that I can get a better understanding of my classes before finals season,” Jensen said.

Study Smarter, Not Harder

by Claudia Llado, Assistant Editor in Chief: Copy Editor
December 11, 2022
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