Browsing tag: 2021

Students Weigh In on Bell Schedule Change

DING-DING-DING! The nostalgic hymn of the school’s tole echoes in euphoric synchrony. A symphony long awaited to be played... now half an hour later. “I like how the bell schedule is right now. I think the break could be a little bit longer. But other than that, it’s good. Maybe take some time from lunch and put some of that into break,” says freshman Mary-Jane Alexander. The new bell schedule, which is pinned on a wall beside a classroom, shows when classrooms get out. This has sparked a debate among staff and students on whether

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Santa Rosa High School’s Upcoming Prom

Yes, you’re reading that right. The Santa Rosa High School student government class has been hard at work planning a prom. While details have yet to be set in stone, many students share in the excitement of SRHS senior Ruby Kowell, who says ”regardless of how the event itself is, I’m just glad to have one last hurrah with my best friends.” Graphic Created By: Mrs. Piehl. Article By: Molly Murphey Those who thought that a return to school this year was impossible may find it even harder to believe that the student government

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2021 COVID-19 Prom Plans

Junior Class President, Stella Clarkson, shares that this year's 2021 COVID-19 prom is going to be hosted at Santa Rosa High School as a drive-thru event, where you will take a picture and receive a mystery party favor! Make sure to have those dresses and tuxedos ready!Infographic Created By: Alice Brookston on Canva Article By: Dalia Pelayo-Mark Approaching is that time of year again...prom season. Yes, that one highschool dance you’ve either been dreading or excited for since your Freshman year. Hair spray, sparkling

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President Joe Biden’s Inauguration

A new beginning !! More American flags being brought out to represent the presidency and what it means during this time to come together and fight the challenges we’re facing as one. ¨It looks more patriotic than ever.¨ said my little sister as we drove downtown seeing flags waving proudly. Article & Photo By: Zoe Kowalczyk On January 20th, at 9:00am, the inauguration of the 46th president, Joe Biden, was underway. It was, as President Biden said in his speech, “a day of history and hope, of renewal and resolve” and a

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Breakdown of President Biden’s Executive Orders

Take cover! A pile of masks ready to be washed after a week's worth of protecting. COVID-19 began almost a year ago and that was the beginning of the endless need for masks. When in public you’ll see an array of people ‘wearing’ their masks, Bayle Mansell, who currently goes to Maria Carrillo High School, said, “People look so dumb with their nose out of their mask, if they keep whining about not being able to breathe why don’t they stay home then?” Article & Photo By: Destyni Hayes Democrat Joe Biden is the new

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How To Celebrate New Years Safely

Global pandemic equals no New Years celebrations. Unlike previous years, many will be watching the annual ball drop and celebrating New Years from home. Celebrations set in place in previous years could likely spread COVID-19 and so changes must be made to accommodate for these changing times. “At first I was a little bummed out that we couldn’t do any big celebrations this year, but then I realized everyone else is in the same boat so I just have to make it as fun as I possibly can from home,” said junior Khmyah Prak. Infographic

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2021 New Year’s Resolutions

Article By: Shai Fichtelberg With 2021 just around the corner, there is one thing on everyone’s minds...New Year’s resolutions. With 2020 being such a difficult year, I know I have been thinking of ways to better myself and the lives of others in 2021. I want to work on being more focused and procrastinating less, which is something many students can relate to. One thing that is important to note is that you must try to stick to your resolution. Write it somewhere, tell someone about it, really think of how you can make a

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