History of Inchcliffs Journalism Class

By: Isiah Maldonado


The Woodlake High School Journalism class of the 2015-2016 school year, is a group of twenty very unique students in Mrs. Inchcliff’s 1st period class. The class consists of ten seniors, seven juniors, and three Sophomores. Although Journalism was once a club, this year is the fourth year being offered as an official class. Not only that, it is also Mrs. Inchcliff’s fourth year taking over “Tiger Times”. We are a group of diligent working students, trying to keep our campus informed on the newest, latest, and greatest with information about our school, community and society. We get the opportunity to interview students, teachers, attend events, photograph, and express our thoughts about what’s happening in and out of our school. The goal is to publish a paper monthly, either through print or on our new website.  I’m more than grateful that Mrs. Inchcliff took on this endeavor with us because she’s amazing, humorous and she gets it all done, all while being her very sarcastic self. Overall, I am proud to be one of Megan’s Minions and I’m sure we will continue to have a blast in our class, with a year filled with endless memories!

Acknowledgement of the Minion Staff:


Reyes Aguilar (Sr.)

Kiara Benavides (Sr).

Isabel Garcia (Jr.)

Amarys Gonzales (Soph.)

Briana Guerra (Sr.)

Nikole Kimble (Jr.)

Isenia Lopez (Sr.)

Isiah Maldonado (Sr.)

Issak Martinez (Soph.)

Vannessa Meza (Sr.)

Jordan Price (Jr.)

Michelle Raya (Jr.)

Jessica Ruelas (Jr.)

Jasmine Sandoval (Soph.)

Robert Stevenson (Jr.)

Isabella Torres (Jr.)

Alicia Vail (Jr.)

Callie Vincent (Sr.) 

Clayton Vincent (Sr.)

Claudia Zacarias (Sr.)

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