The Roar

“Furry Friends” returns to spread canine love to SCHS

Amy Kennedy

November 18, 2017


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Last Thursday, after a long, busy week of school, freshmen Audrey Mabanta walked into the Student Body Office and found a gathering of dogs. There were big retrievers, tiny puppies, and they were all wagging their tails, excited to meet new people. History teacher Christine Byerley works with Furry Friends, an o...

New teacher Talia Orsetti-Ng first learned ASL from her childhood babysitter

New teacher Talia Orsetti-Ng first learned ASL from her childhood babysitter

Sam Hunt

November 17, 2017


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New American Sign Language teacher Talia Orsetti-Ng has big plans for the growth of the ASL program at SCHS. Orsetti has formed an ASL club at SCHS in order to increase awareness. She is working with students to not only bring more members to the club but also to spread ASL to local elementary sc...

Digital Bookmobile visits SCHS to promote the use of ebooks

Olivia Jones

November 8, 2017


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Yesterday morning, the large and colorful Digital Bookmobile drove onto campus and parked in the quad for its one day visit to SCHS. Its doors were open all day for students to learn how to access SCHS’s ebook and audiobook collection, which is powered by Overdrive. Librarian Seana Shelby asked the Bookmobile ...

New teacher Alan Tan places understanding over perfect grades

New teacher Alan Tan places understanding over perfect grades

Eunice Oh

November 7, 2017


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New to SCHS staff this year, Alan Tan is 6 feet 1 inch tall, going on his 5th year of teaching. Experience is the best prerequisite one could have, Tan said, and his past four teaching years were spent at Leland High School in San Jose. Tan said he has always been interested in chemistry because it e...

New teacher Peter Holley has organized laser shows for De Anza College

New teacher Peter Holley has organized laser shows for De Anza College

Ayden Salazar

November 6, 2017


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It is a Saturday evening in Cupertino, and songs from Pink Floyd’s “A Dark Side of the Moon” album are playing inside the planetarium at De Anza College. Across the ceiling is a brilliant display of multi-colored lights ‒ the lights are from lasers, computer-programmed and projected through a spirogr...

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