Additional Gift Ideas

by Yatz Michua, Lifestyle Editor, and Nicholas Mireles, Staff Reporter

If the suggestions on page 7 of the Scroll’s Issue 3 don’t quite fit your needs, here are a few more ideas for gift-giving.

Stickers

Stickers are used to decorate items to give them a sense of style. You could also stickers to younger siblings or family members as a reward or for them to decorate.

$2-$10 / CVS

Bracelet

A bracelet could be for a special someone to signify your bond with them. You could also write a card to go with the bracelet to tell them how much they mean to you.

$1-$15 / Marshalls

Gift Cards

You can buy a gift card for a friend who enjoys a certain item or business. For example, if your friend likes Starbucks you can buy them a Starbucks gift cards.

$10-$30 / Various locations

Goody bags

Goody bags can be filled with your loved one’s favorite snacks and candies. You can personalize them as much as you want to show how attentive you are. 

$5 -$20 / Walmart 

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Nesly Perez Senior Profile

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Photo by: Maricarmen Cortes

 Written by: Bryan Estrada

Nesly Perez will attend Cal State LA for its Urban Learning Program. The Urban Learning Program is an undergraduate major for students who want to earn a bachelor’s degree and teaching credential at the same time.

“My former teachers inspired me to become a teacher myself,” said Perez. She plans on becoming an elementary or middle school teacher after college because she said she prefers working with younger students.

At MVHS, she has participated in extracurricular activities including basketball, FCA, MEchA, and Teachers Preparation Academy (TPA).

Through her involvement in TPA, Perez tutored students at local middle schools. She said that her TPA experience helped her decide if she wanted to pursue a career in teaching.

“[The first-hand experience] helped me [understand] the learning ability of each student and what I can do to help [them],” said Perez.