The Roar

New art teacher Abbey Sinclair brings unorthodox artistic styles and some advice to SCHS students

New art teacher Abbey Sinclair brings unorthodox artistic styles and some advice to SCHS students

Cleo Chow

March 10, 2019


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This semester, SCHS welcomed a new teacher. Intro to Art Digital and Graphic Design teacher Abbey Sinclair is excited to spread creativity and interact with SCHS students at her first high school teaching experience. Sinclair looks forward to getting more involved in extracurricular activities, such a...

After six years of loyal service to SCUSD, Superintendent Rose announces his retirement

After six years of loyal service to SCUSD, Superintendent Rose announces his retirement

Vincent Nguyen

March 7, 2019


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SCUSD Superintendent Stanley Rose III announced in early November that he will be retiring at the end of the 2018-19 school year, marking the conclusion of his six-year service with the district. Though Rose said he would like to credit his successes to the SCUSD Board of Trustees as well as the ...

SEL survey to be postponed due to system failures

SEL survey to be postponed due to system failures

Melina Kritikopoulos

March 6, 2019


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Over 2,000 SCHS students attempted to take the Social-Emotional Learning survey on Feb. 26, and many were unable to. According to Angela Kretsch, Vice Principal of Student Support Services & Discipline, the SEL survey did not work due the survey provider’s system crashing. The SEL surv...

Sophomore pianist Byron Yang uses his art to relax

Sophomore pianist Byron Yang uses his art to relax

Annie Liu

March 4, 2019


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Nervosity gripped his chest. He sat down in front of the piano and began to play his piece for the judges of the San Francisco Conservatory of Music. He took a deep breath and then – blank. Legs shaking, the thirteen-year-old pianist had forgotten the first note of the song. Sophomore Byron Yang ...

Junior filmmaker Matthew Malto hopes the camera stays a part of his life for years to come

Junior filmmaker Matthew Malto hopes the camera stays a part of his life for  years to come

Vincent Nguyen

February 25, 2019


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SCHS’s Filmmakers Club began two and a half months ago, with junior Matthew Malto – the director and editor behind the junior class skits – as its president. However, despite how much he loves the roar of the crowd and seeing his projects displayed during rallies, Malto’s camera goes beyond th...

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