COVID-19 vaccinations. Shown here is the Sutter Santa Rosa Regional Hospital, directly next to the Luther Burbank Center. Both locations at 50 Mark West Springs Rd, Santa Rosa, CA have been a major location for all coronavirus related matters, including vaccinations within Sonoma County. Article & Photo By: Conor Grace As vaccines for COVID-19 are becoming available to the general public, it is now time for many students to begin deciding whether they intend to take the vaccine or not. High school students will generally
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Student creates a start-up. These dainty butterfly earrings are junior Kelly Fleischer’s best seller, that come in many different colors and styles. Along with her butterfly earrings, styles such as chain, cherry, and stud earrings remain her best-sellers. “I think because butterflies are a trend right now and they’re so common among jewelry and clothing contributes to why they are my best seller,” said Fleischer.
Photo By: Kelly Fleischer Article By: Tianna Cooke With the stay at home orders taking place,
The COVID transfer. The two schools have worked together to the best of their abilities to help students transfer during the pandemic.
Helping students such as Roxanna Riscucci who transferred this year and Mia Farley who plans to transfer next year, navigate the transition. “They handle a lot of the process with your old school.” Photos By: SOMO Construction and Santa Rosa High School Article By: Evan Sacher Transitioning between two schools is a very difficult and intricate process.
A process which
Lights, Camera, Action. Senior Matias Fullerton gets ready to film a segment while Junior Jenny Young and Sophomore Andre Achacon watch. Achacon explained the process, saying “we film each segment individually while everybody else vibes behind the camera.” The first episode of The Panther Prowl, the Santa Rosa High School news broadcast created by Student Government, has over 600 views. Photo Provided By: Hannah Averbuck Article By: Molly Murphey In addition to orchestrating events like the drive-thru haunted house back in
This semester has been one of the most difficult semesters yet. There have been many good and bad things. Everything is online and it has been very hard to navigate and to try to stay focused. Article & Photo By: Jaden Burris Congratulations! Students are coming to the end of their first official online semester. If I am being completely honest, I can think of more negative things about distance learning than positive. So let’s talk about it. One of the main issues I have is staying focused and motivated. Being home
Tenjing Sherpa holds his baby nephew, Julian Alonzo. Tenjing and his mom visit him every week and baby sit him. Before Sherpa took this photo he was crying but Sherpa was able to cheer him up so he could take a photo with his nephew.
Photo By: Tenjing Sherpa Article By: Jaeden Callender With Christmas coming up in the middle of a pandemic, one can only wonder what will happen and how people will cope during a time when families and friends usually get together.
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Holiday Favorites. Elisha Taylor on the couch watching “National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation.” Taylor has watched this movie every year since he was a little kid. “It’s my favorite (movie) because I find it funny,” Taylor said. Photo By: Anita Taylor Article By: Evan Mirante Christmas is one of the most exciting holidays of the year, with many great movies and songs that get you in the holiday spirit. With so many songs to listen to and movies to watch, it can be tough to find a favorite. I interviewed a few Santa Rosa High
This photo, taken on Valentine’s Day of 2020, shows senior Alex Mintonye, senior Madison Ligget, senior Katie Simpson, junior Amy Genolio, junior Madelyn Chu, junior Molly Murphy, 2020 Grad Gwen Faeth, and 2020 Grad Stephanie Beard shows two of the annual Valentine’s Day singing quartets that choir does for the school. This was always one of the most fun and memorable days for the choir as a whole and when asked about it Senior Katie Simpson said, “I think I may be most sad about missing the quartets on Valentine’s day, it was
Google garbage. This is the screen that every student sees each day instead of the faces of their teachers and peers. This is the screen that stresses out and frustrates so many teenagers. Freshman Payton Flohr from Woodcreek High School in Roseland wrote that, “It is difficult to find information directly relating to the topic we are learning about. There are too many websites on Google; it can become overwhelming.”
Article & Photo By: Tatiana Newman Have you ever felt lost and alone, scared in
The Animal Team! The students of SRHS AG classes celebrate their work at the 2019 Sonoma County Fair. While they were unable to attend the event in-person for the 2020 showing, it remains a high-energy event that they hope will return in 2021. A message on the program’s social media says, “we would like to thank the Sonoma County Fair for holding a virtual auction today and more importantly we would like to thank our community, alumni, and supporters who purchased livestock from our students.” Photo By: Lisa Piehl Article By: