REV Editor in Chief: Aleena Siritanapivat/Editor in Chief de REV
Aleena Siritanapivat is a senior at Redlands East Valley High School and is the first Editor-in-Chief at REV for La Plaza bilingual publication. Though her first love of the arts was drawing, she admits that her new number one is writing, claiming that all of her writing comes straight from her heart and soul. Besides writing and editing articles, she is a Student Tech Director for her high school’s spring production of The Sound of Music, Parliamentarian for Spanish Club, and a member of Speech and Debate as well as other clubs. Her love of the Spanish language and culture stems from her stepfather’s side of the family, and she wants to be able to spread its beauty to the community through journalism.
Aleena Siritanapivat es una estudiante del último año en Redlands East Valley High School y es la primera redactora jefe en REV para La Plaza publicación bilingüe. Aunque su primer amor de las artes era dibujar, ella admite que su primero nuevo es escribir diciendo que todo de su escritura viene directamente de su corazón y alma. Además de escribiendo y revisando artículos, es una directora de técnico de las estudiantes para la producción de primavera de The Sound of Music, Parlamentaria de Spanish Club, y una miembra de Speech & Debate y también otros clubes. Su amor de la lengua de español y su cultura deriva del lado de la familia de su padrastro y ella quiere poder a difundir la belleza de la lengua y cultura a la comunidad por el periodismo.
Jade Carlin is currently a sophomore student at Redlands EAcademy. She was a student at Redlands East Valley for freshmen year and for the first semester of sophomore year. She is interested in photography, video production, as well as discovering new things and learning new skills. She was interesting in taking spanish because she feels that it is fascinating to learn a completely new language and share it with friends and family.
Jade Carlin es actualmente una estudiante de segundo año en la Academia de Redlands. Ella estudiaba en Redlands East Valley durante el primer año y durante el primer semestre del segundo año. Se interesa en fotografía, producción de video, y también en descubrir cosas nuevas y aprender nuevas habilidades. Ella estaba interesada en tomar español porque siente que es fascinante aprender un idioma completamente nuevo y compartirlo con amigos y familiares.
Aaleyah Winslow is an 11th grader at Redlands East Valley High School. She is an AP student and strives to do her best in every task. Aaleyah’s priority is to put Jesus first all things she does. One of the main things she loves to do is to obsess over Disneyland.
Ethan Sibbett. Soy en el grado doce y el original Ethic News. Soy capitano de badminton en Citrus. Quiero ser escritor de ficción (aventuras) después de graduarme. Pienso asistir a BYU. Hace cuatro años que tomo español aquí, y también viajé a Ecuador el verano pasado.
My name is Arleene Mejia, I am a junior at Citrus Valley High School. When I was younger I admired my older sister for her artistic abilities, I remember wanting to be just like her but it was evident that I was not talented in the field of art. She has taught me the valuable life lesson which was to never give up. She encouraged me to continue to look for who I really was and what was talent that I had. I am also grateful for my mother who was a great example of someone who is full of determination. Having such great influences in my life is what makes me have that sense of courage to want to learn and experience. Thanks to them I was able to find that my true interest is writing, I want to be able to improve and grow more and more.
Hola, me llamo Gael Pérez y actualmente tengo 16 años y soy un junior en CVHS. Me encanta aprender en la escuela y también correr con mi equipo de correr de la escuela. Me gusta la ciencia y matemáticas pero también el español. Estoy muy emocionado para trabajar en La Plaza porque ayudará aumentar la diversidad y expresión de el español y otras idiomas también .
Stephanie Tejeda specializes in photography and digital art. She is a very introverted person but will warm up once she feels more comfortable. Stephanie is very Arts oriented and loves to create pieces that astonish people. She loves showing people how she sees the world and the ways she can change it. Tejeda grew up in a Spanish speaking household but was so stubborn, that she refused to learn it since everyone else knew it. She wanted to be “different” in the language area, but as she grew older, Stephanie realized that it’s part of her culture and it isn’t about being “different.” Thus she embraced her Hispanic roots and decided to indulge in the culture.
Mia Aranda is a freshman at Redlands East Valley and is currently the Video editor of La Plaza. She joined the Billingual Newspaper in hopes to improve her writing and videography. Aranda is a part of the Track and Field team for REV and co-magazine editor for Ethic News. Outside of school, she has been a dedicated Girl Scout for five years and also plays the piano. After high school, Aranda aspires to go attend UCLA and become a history teacher. She is extremely excited to be a part of this newspaper and looks forward to what is to come.