A Project for Better Journalism chapter

The Paw Print Staff: 2019-2020


Neziah Osayi

Neziah is in his third year of working for the Paw Print. Staring off as a section editor in his sophomore year, Neziah rose to the supreme title of Editor-in-Chief in his junior year. Since day one, Neziah has been dedicated to producing engaging, relevant and provocative articles for Parkdale students to enjoy. As Editor-in-Chief, Neziah has made a pact with Parkdale students that this newspaper will produce stories that students will care about, ask questions that administration may not like, and create a newspaper that Parkdale students can be proud of.

Associate Editor-in-Chief

Zenaida Vasquez

Zenaida is a responsible, caring, independent young lady that only hopes for the best. She has the uplifting spirits that keeps her running through the day. As the Associate Editor-in-Chief, she performs and works swiftly.

Section Editor

Ashley Vazquez-Ramos

This is Ashley’s second (and final!) year in the Paw Print News, and so far she is doing great. She has good ideas. She has a funny , caring and creative personality. She likes dogs and tacos.

Section Editor

Yesenia Viveros-Saavedra

Yesenia is a senior who loves to listen to music.  She’s a little shy but friendly at the same time– it’s weird, we know. It may be her first year but she’s planning on writing amazing articles for you that also bring you all the information you need to know. She can accomplish anything she puts her mind to, and she won’t let you down.

Web Content Manager

Victor Valdez Rodriguez

Victor is the funniest guy you’ll ever meet. He cares a lot about his work and the Paw Print news. He has pulled many all nighters trying to perfect his work and Parkdale news for you, the people of Parkdale. This is his third year on staff, and he recommends you to join Journalism.

Section Editor

Catherine Reyes-Sosa

Who is Catherine you may ask? Well she’s just your somewhat-friendly neighborhood kid who happens to be writing articles. Her goal is to have more audience on the Paw Print and to hopefully have her voice heard around school. She’s creative, kinda awkward– but her humor makes up for it–and smart.


Ms. Guevara

Before she was Ms. G, she was Brittni Guevara, Reporter.  After joining her high school newspaper as a reporter and section editor, Ms. G went on to major in print/online journalism at The Mecca, better known as Howard University.  Although her ultimate passion is inspiring minds in the classroom, she is thrilled to combine her love of education and journalism to help shape the world’s next journalists!