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New teacher David Sanda taught bartending school before SCHS

New teacher David Sanda taught bartending school before SCHS

Aryanna Gregoire

October 30, 2017


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After IT, sales, restaurant management and bartending, David Sanda discovered his love for teaching later in life than most. Sanda, one of the newly-added SCHS staff members, teaches geometry and chemistry. When Sanda taught bartending school, he discovered he liked the education part of his job, so he de...

Girls Who Code collaborates with QWISE for an Arduino workshop

Girls Who Code collaborates with QWISE for an Arduino workshop

Annie Liu

October 22, 2017


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Girls Who Code club members attended the Arduino workshop hosted by Qualcomm Women in Science and Engineering on Saturday, October 21, from 9:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Arduino is an open-source electronics platform founded by the Ivrea Interaction Design Institute that can be used through software and har...

New teacher Brooke Miller loves to experience the world through traveling

New teacher Brooke Miller loves to experience the world through traveling

Amy Kennedy

October 20, 2017


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Brooke Miller is just beginning her life as an official high school teacher at SCHS. Miller’s days begin at 5 a.m., and after commuting to work, she arrives ready to teach high schoolers about the economy. Though this may seem like a dull subject to some, Miller loves sharing her passion for any ...

North Bay fires leaves Santa Clara’s air quality poor and polluted

Kiara Thorp

October 16, 2017


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The North Bay fires have not only affected Napa and the surrounding areas, but it has affected Santa Clara with the spreading smoke and pollution. Many students at SCHS are concerned about the poor air quality. A week ago, a fire started in Santa Rosa. Though the cause is still undetermined, it has ...

SCHS hosted its first Volunteer Fair to support students to connect with the community

SCHS hosted its first Volunteer Fair to support students to connect with the community

Eunice Oh

October 14, 2017


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Local organizations attended SCHS’s first Volunteer Fair on Tuesday to encourage high school volunteership. Vocational education teacher Dolores Melin had the idea to organize the fair when she realized many seniors she worked with had not completed their community service graduation requirement....

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