The Roar

SCUSD expects change as a result of the 2018 midterm elections

Ayden Salazar

November 10, 2018


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Last Tuesday, the November midterm elections came to a close, sealing the fate of a number of high-stakes measures and positions that will impact Santa Clara High School and the surrounding community. SCUSD board member Jodi Muirhead was reelected, and Measure W was passed, which issues $698 million in ...

Did You Know? Long-term Spanish substitute Reynaldo Fernández Pavón is a writer, composer and poet

Did You Know?  Long-term Spanish substitute Reynaldo Fernández Pavón is a writer, composer and poet

Sophia Kennedy

November 7, 2018


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Spanish teacher Reynaldo Fernández Pavón, who is currently the long-term substitute for Amanda Vrabel, has mastered much more than just the Spanish language. Fernández writes poetry, has two published novels and has worked as a journalist. He also composes music for films, TV series, plays, symp...

SCHS Club ‘Bears to Share’ aims to brighten the days of those in need

Mariam Aziz

November 6, 2018


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Seeing a child patient’s face light up when they are given a stuffed animal is what Bears to Share, a new SCHS club, is working to make possible. The gesture can make a child’s day brighter and help them get through hard times when they are in the hospital, according to club president freshman Shailee...

Use your voice, pre-register to vote: AP Government class hosts voter registration drive

Use your voice, pre-register to vote: AP Government class hosts voter registration drive

Vy Ho

October 25, 2018


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For the first time, SCHS hosted a voter registration drive today to automatically sign up students as voters when they turn 18. They will also hold another session tomorrow, Friday, Oct. 26. Any interested student can drop by the SBO during lunch to register or learn more about the voting process. S...

One reporter shares her experience of the Día de Muertos Multicultural Literature field trip

One reporter shares her experience of the Día de Muertos Multicultural Literature field trip

Amy Kennedy

October 25, 2018


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Día de Muertos, San Francisco and murals were common words among the students who went on the English field trip Tuesday, Oct. 23. The field trip was to the historically-Latino Mission district in San Francisco and was inspired by the Latin American tradition of celebrating the lives of the dead on...

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