The Oasis Review

Choirs Spring Concert Is A Goodbye For Seniors

Tiffany Pugh, Writer

May 16, 2019

On May 9th, choir hosted their last concert of the year. The theme was “Songs of the Decades” with all of the best hits any age can sing or dance along to. Without a doubt, the choir students have dedicated many hours and endless rehearsals as this is is not only the last concert of the year but as...

Senior Farewells

Senior Farewells

Ana Saia, Writer

May 13, 2019

High school is full of grueling tests and strong friendships that stay with students for a lifetime. After four years of many unique memories, the senior graduating class of 2019 are saying their final goodbyes.   “Senior year flew by so quickly and I enjoyed it so much,” said senior, Jade...

A Trashed Parking Lot Is A Sad Parking Lot

A Trashed Parking Lot Is A Sad Parking Lot

Abbey Steinman, Editor in Chief

May 13, 2019

While teenagers drive to school, they tend to make a quick stop at places like Dutch Bros or Starbucks, whatever you wanna name it, and order their well desired coffee in hopes that it would awaken them. Not only are these coffee places frequently visited, but as well as other fast foods like McDona...

Where One Year Of Hard Work Can Take You

Madison Sant, Writer

May 13, 2019

Juniors Renee Setanyen and Leslie Orozco both joined Journalism 1 last year in the hopes to learn more about the world of news and writing. With the class teaching multiple perspectives of stories and teaching how to capture the moments, these girls were able to gain much experience and strengthen their...

8 Summer Job Ideas

8 Summer Job Ideas

Chasity Pescado, Writer

May 12, 2019

If you are in need of a job for summer, here are eight ideas that hopefully get the ball and money rolling.   Lifeguard: With Vegas reaching over 100 degrees soon, lifeguard positions at Wet N’ Wild and Cowabunga bay are both hiring for those who are 16 and over. Being a lifeguard contain...

Au Revoir Madame Chavanel

Crhistian Manriquez, Writer

May 5, 2019

As of this year, the French classes of the 2018-2019 school year might be our last. At least, the last physical class, that is. Starting next year, the French program is being temporarily canceled. Madame Chavanel, our school’s one and only French teacher is leaving.   “Starting next yea...

All Aboard The Panda Express, It’s At Its Last Stop!

Tiffany Pugh, Writer

May 3, 2019

The DOHS theatre program has been selling Panda Express at lunch since the beginning of the fourth quarter. It wasn’t until this Friday theatre decided to stop selling the delightful American-Chinese food, as a result of the school year coming to an end.   “Theatre sells food chains at lunches to b...

It’s Time To Get Your Game On

Tiffany Pugh, Writer

May 2, 2019

Seniors are given the opportunity to gain back the nostalgia from elementary school of playing unique games outside with their friends. On Thursday, May 2nd, Student Council is hosting their first Senior Field Day outside at our school fields for $5. The estimated time that it starts is at 2:30 pm an...

One Step Closer To Graduation: Senior Awards

Tiffany Pugh, Writer

April 29, 2019

With the school year coming to a close, seniors have stayed both determined and dedicated to getting to where they are now with their academics. On Tuesday, April 30th, those that have been selected will attend Senior Awards Night and be awarded for their accomplishments.   The event starts at 6:00 p.m. in ...

No Need To Pause Yearbooks Are Here

No Need To Pause Yearbooks Are Here

Christian Manriquez, Writer

April 29, 2019

Yearbooks are a way for students to hold onto a snippet of their high school memories for years to come. This Thursday, May 2nd, our Desert Oasis publications team will distribute the purchased yearbooks at both lunches. The theme of the now sold-out books is pause for the moments, play for the memories. ...

Underclassmen Awards Ceremony: Brief

Melissa Parsons, Writer

April 28, 2019

The annual Underclassmen Awards Ceremony took place in the gym on April 26th. Over 50 students were rewarded by obtaining straight A’s, defining academic excellence, and some were even proclaimed a Diamondback Scholar. Juniors and sophomores were able to claim their award not only in front of their ...

Until the Last Dance Arrives

Until the Last Dance Arrives

Madison Sant, Writer

April 25, 2019

As cliche as it sounds, the best night of your life is about to happen on May 4th, better known as prom. It’s the season where girls stress out over getting their nails done and look for the perfect dress, while boys stress out over asking the perfect promposal.   The theme of this years prom is inspired by ...

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