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The Concert Choir brought holiday joy to over a thousand people with their performance on Saturday, December 1st, for the Garden Grove Christmas Tree Lighting Event. Great job, Matadors!
Friday Night Live students have been making a difference in the community by participating in the Traffic Safety Project funded by the California Office of Traffic Safety through the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
Michael is a member of the Band whom Mr. Miller describes as always being eager to be a part of the school’s band. He appreciates that Michael is always willing to help others and try new things. He's worked hard during marching band season to help our band get better, including learning a new instrument. Michael’s willingness to try new things translates to his plan to become a student athlete as well here at Bolsa. He cites his father as the person in his life that has influenced him the most. To Michael, Matador pride is simply rules in life to live by. He appreciates being selected as a Model Matador because it means that he was noticed for doing something positive without even knowing that he was doing something to make himself stand out as a role model.
Tiffany Pham is a member of the school’s AVID program. She is recognized for her consistent positive attitude in everything she does. For Tiffany, Matador Pride is a pride in representing Bolsa Grande’s core beliefs and taking part in activities that are an integral part of the school community. Tiffany has been influenced by her mother whose hard work and ability to support her family set an outstanding example for her. Her encouragement to build a better lifer for herself motivates Tiffany every day. As a model matador, Tiffany states she will always try to be a role model for the Bolsa community.