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SRHS Scheduling and Class Size Mishaps

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

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The Pros And Cons Of Online Vs. In-Person Learning

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

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SRHS Agriculture & FFA Programs Amidst COVID-19

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:

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The Confusing College Application Process

Start your applications. Deadlines are fast approaching and this is not something you want to procrastinate on. Applications have been open for almost two months now, so get started. Senior Spencer Page says, “I have been trying to get an early start on my college applications, because I know if I push it off it will make me more stressed.”

Article & Photo By: Shai Fichtelberg As summer comes to an end, and students get back into the rhythm of school, many seniors begin one of the most challenging tasks of

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The Unexpected Wednesday Work Load

Textbooks and stress. Santa Rosa High School junior, Amy Genolio, works on her assignments while preparing in advance for her inevitable Wednesday work-load. According to Genolio, “Even though we have no Zoom classes on Wednesdays, Wednesdays seem to be the busiest days of the week for me.” Genolio has taken many advanced classes this year and has found herself buried in a textbook or computer screen throughout the majority of the week to keep up with her surplus of assignments. Photo & Article By: Alice Brookston As

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Student Activism At Santa Rosa High School

Silence is Violence. After walking to the Old Courthouse Square, juniors Jerral Agbayani and Jaeden Callender await the beginning of a George Floyd protest. They marched with the crowd, eventually breaking into smaller groups as more people joined the protest. “Now that I think back to it, it’s amazing how many people went to that protest back in March.” said Agbayani. “However, we still have work to do.” Article & Photo By: Jaeden Callender The whole world is full of problems such as discrimination, hunger and corrupt

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