El Estoque

Celebrating Moms: Being their own teacher

Celebrating Moms: Being their own teacher

Anjana Melvin

May 7, 2016


Filed under Celebrating Moms, FEATURES

Co-reported by Tyler Lin and Justin Kim Being a mother is never easy, but sometimes interacting with kids everyday can help make the experience a little less intimidating. Being a mom can also help teachers gain a little more perspective on the minds of students. In light of Mother’s Day, we asked...

A broken childhood

A broken childhood

Akshay Agrawal

March 12, 2012


Filed under From the magazine, Print news

Before they stopped going on family vacations together, before they stopped eating dinner together, before they stopped singing songs at church together, she thought they were a “picture-perfect family.” The problems started when she, the youngest of three girls, was in fifth grade. Two of he...

Breakdown of parent-child communication

Breakdown of parent-child communication

Akshay Agrawal

March 12, 2012


Filed under NEWS

This content item relates to “A broken childhood,” which appeared in the March 12 issue of the El Estoque print magazine. Her mother knew how frustrated she was — with the academic stress, the busy schedule, the disjointed communication with her father. “Please don’t go do something st...

Semiannual parenting class starts Feb. 29

Semiannual parenting class starts Feb. 29

Sara Yang

February 28, 2012


Filed under NEWS

Starting on Feb. 29, student advocate and licensed marriage and family therapist Richard Prinz will host the seven-session spring series of his parenting class, held Wednesdays from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. in the MVHS library. The class focuses on instructing parents about the Systematic Trai...