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Looking for summer opportunities? Read about the unforgettable travels experienced in the GLA program for teens

By Avery Macnab With the fourth quarter wrapping up, the time has come for people to start looking for summer opportunities. If you are interested in an unforgettable travel experience, you should consider looking into GLA. GLA or Global Leadership Adventures is a leadership travel program for teenagers from ages 13-18. This program takes teens to countries in Africa, Asia and the Pacific, Central America, the Caribbean, Europe, and South America and features community service, hands on learning, and adventure. In

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Yearbooks!!!!!

Seniors may pick up their pre-ordered books TODAY, on Tuesday, at lunch in front of the South Gym. All grades can pick up their books after school in front of the South Gym. Tomorrow, Wednesday, yearbooks will be distributed to all grades at lunch and after school. If students still need to purchase their books, they must bring $100 CASH to do so. Pre-ordered staff books will be delivered later today.



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Getting outside: a trip to the tides

By Leilah Ferguson Many people enjoy going on spontaneous beach trips, but going without a plan might not be the best idea after all. According to Government Services, the beach you arrive at on a certain day will not be the same beach a few hours later due to a change of tides. Photo by Alex Hays Tides can impact how safe the beach is, and it can also determine the quality of one’s beach experience bases on the activity one prefers to do.  For example, if one would like to go on a walk out on the beach when the tide

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School is back in Session October 30th

[caption id="attachment_149" align="aligncenter" width="225"] On October 9, wildfires spread through Santa Rosa.[/caption] After three weeks, SRHS will be open again. The wildfires that spread through Sonoma, Napa, and Lake Counties caused many school closures. More than 71,000 students were affected by this. It has been a long three weeks since students roamed the halls. Events that had been scheduled during the closure have been rescheduled, including testing, sporting events, and the annual homecoming dance. On October

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