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  • BYMS Hires Brandon Olivia As New Campus Supervisor

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    BYMS Hires Brandon Olivia As New Campus Supervisor

  • BYMS String Orchestra, Performing Band, and Jazz Band Perform at PYLUSD Area Night Concerts

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    BYMS String Orchestra, Performing Band, and Jazz Band Perform at PYLUSD Area Night Concerts

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    Met Gala 2022: An Anthology of Fashion

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    Scam Callers: Masters of Manipulation

  • Mrs. Masone Selects 8th Grader Katherine Farer as Student of the Week

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    Mrs. Masone Selects 8th Grader Katherine Farer as Student of the Week

  • Ellie Zakharia is Chosen as Social Studies Student of the Week by Mr. Shen

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    Ellie Zakharia is Chosen as Social Studies Student of the Week by Mr. Shen

  • (Photo of Mr. Gunderson giving the band advice about their performance taken by Victoria Quintero)

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    BYMS Performing Band and Orchestra Set to Participate in the SCSBOA Music Festival

  • Angelina Saavedra Elected as Student of the Week for Vocal Music/Choir

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    Angelina Saavedra Elected as Student of the Week for Vocal Music/Choir

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    Local Business Profile: Zen Pet Grooming

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    New SAT Format: What to Expect

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The Matador Messenger

The student news site of Bernardo Yorba Middle School

The Matador Messenger

The student news site of Bernardo Yorba Middle School

The Matador Messenger

Surina Borbor

Surina Borbor, Reporter

Surina Borbor is going to become a 7th grader at Kraemer Middle School. She enjoys researching topics related to history and nature, and she loves finding breaking news. In her spare time she likes painting, creating digital art, reading, and sleeping. Her favorite quote is Don't hate what you don't understand” by John Lennon.

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