Middle and high school students of Newport Mesa Unified have not returned to school, unlike the district’s original plan to return to schools on October 12. An emergency meeting was scheduled on Thursday, October 8, to discuss the delay of school openings. During the meeting it was decided to transition to hybrid-in-person instruction no later..
This week is health week for both the Mustangs and Mavericks. You may notice light green ribbons hung all over campus, along with positive quotes from ASB. This is all due to Mental Health Week. The reason behind this event is to bring awareness to mental health issues. We hear about this word, mental health,..
The leagues for Winter Sports are coming to a close, with some teams continuing on to CIF rounds. But, the most important thing is whether or not we defeated our rival school, Estancia, in Battle of the Bell. This year Costa Mesa won the bell in almost all of our sports. Girls’ varsity soccer clinched..
On December 3rd, 2019 a warning was issued all over the district about a school shooting threat at Estancia HS. No classes were cancelled but an increase of security came into play at not only Estancia, but the surrounding campuses. Costa Mesa authorities posted that they arrested 2 suspects, 18 year old Lenny Vega and..
Do you ever sit bored at home during 7th and 8th period, wondering what to do in order to pass the time? These next 2 weeks are your opportunity to find a sport you never knew you needed! Head out to these tryouts and find your passion, whether that be basketball or water polo! Girl's..
The CMHS Homecoming game on Mustang field was an extraordinary event. Halftime dances, performed by groups of freshman, sophomores, juniors and seniors, wooed the large crowd that helped cheer on our players while the band showed their support with music. Although our Mesa team held the lead for the first half, Calvary Chapel came back..
With a new school year comes new performances for students to enjoy. The first performance, presented by CMHS Drama, of the 2019-20 school year is “The Crucible” by Arthur Miller, coming right on time for Halloween. Taking place in the 1600s, this mostly fictionalized story focuses on the uprise of witch activity in the New..
The Newport Mesa School District has recently received all sorts of new upgrades. From installments to new course opportunities, to new members of administration, these changes have so far improved the campus. One of these new members is Nina Glassen, the new assistant principal for CMHS. Glassen, coming from a much larger school district, already..
The school year is finally on a role as summer comes to a close. Although the weather lingers, education around the district is in full motion. With that, we have the opportunity to get to know our newest staff members around CMHS. One of those members is none other than Dr. Eugene Kwong, CMMS’s new..
Manuel Chavez, Costa Mesa City Council Member When we think of Costa Mesa as residents, our minds immediately travel to the moderate weather and temperatures, huge, fun-filled events, multiple places to hang out and chill when stress at home catches up to you, close-proximity beaches, the view of mountains in the far distance, and more...