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Corrections from the December 2023 Issue:

Front:

  • Name spelling in “Embracing diversity with Ethnic Studies”- “Pilar Svendesn” to “Pilar Svendsen”
  • Name spelling in photo caption for “Choosing Excellence: SCHS athletes choose between high school and club sports”- “Karan Kolapppa” to “Karan Kolappa”
  • Graphic/caption spelling: “varisty” to “varsity”

Campus:

  • Spelling in “Seniors and counselors transition from using Naviance to Common App and CaliforniaColleges” – “every asplications” to “every application”

Sports:

  • Date change in “Winter Sports: Upcoming Dates” – “1/4 @Santa Clara Varsity 7:00pm” is canceled and “1/5 vs Cupertino Varsity 7:45 pm” to “1/5 vs Cupertino Varsity 6:00pm”

 

Corrections from the October 2023 Issue:

Campus:

  • Name spelling in “The tradgedy of 20 feet: Combined honors English classes create opportunities for all students”- “Gregory Shleby” to “Gregory Shelby”
  • Year in Mission Statement box – “The Roar 2022-2023” to “The Roar 2023-2024”

Opinion:

  • Name spelling in “Horror movies are the social commentary that we need”- “Robin Means Coleman” to “Robin Means R. Coleman”

 

Corrections from the December 2021 Issue:

Campus:

  • “49ers SLI program prepares its members to become proficient and experienced leaders”
    • 10th graf, remove “in addition”
  • “Behavioral Issues increase due to past lack of normalcy”
    • 8th graf, “continuse” to “continues”

Focus

  • “Whistle blower Francis Haugen reveals Facebook purposefully promotes problematic content for profit”
    • Drop quote attribution should read “Om Kulkarni, freshman”
    • Story credit: “Ameilia Tai” to “Amelia Tai”
  • “The credibility of fact-checkers are being questioned as posts are flagged, tagged, and distrusted”
    • “Nikhil Ramirkshnan” to “Nikhil Ramkrishnan”

 

Corrections from the October 2021 Issue:

Front Page:

  • Graphic from “SCHS adopts new bell schedule”
    • Monday schedule is outdated. The proper version can be accessed here: Bell Schedule  

Arts and Entertainment:

  • Social media icons
    • Instagram handle from “@schsroar” to “@schstheroar”
    • Twitter handle from “@schstheroar” to “@schsroar”
  • “Many feel dress codes are restrictive towards their forms of self expression and fashion” photo caption
    • “Many feel the differences between middle school and high school dress code are drastic and unncessary” to “Many feel the differences between middle school and high school dress code are drastic and unnecessary
  • “Students consider the pros and cons between purchasing books from Barnes & Noble versus recycled book stores”
    • Drop quote attribution should read “Ivan Jomari Rivera, sophomore”
    • 10th graf, first word: “Riviera” to “Rivera”
    • 11th graf, nineteenth word: “Riviera” to “Rivera”

Corrections from the May 2021 Issue:

Senior Section:

  • Unique year jump
    • “Unusual Year” to “Unique Year”

Corrections from the April 2021 Issue:

Focus:

  • “Human-caused climate change results in weather extremeties throughout the world” to “Human-caused climate change results in weather extremities throughout the world”

Corrections from the February 2021 Issue:

Campus:

  • “Leadership class learns to adapt to distance learning while still carrying out their duties.”
    • First column, 23-24th line: “Freshman officer Chloe Nguyen said.” to “Freshman officer Asher Dubin said.”
  • SCUSD continues to distribute free meals to those in need during COVID-19 pandemic
    • Per image caption, “Free meals are safely distributed at any SCUSD school campus.”: Free meals are only distributed at select SCUSD campuses: Bowers Elementary, Hughes Elementary, Mayne Elementary, Montague Elementary, Don Callejon School, Scott Lane Elementary, Cabrillo Middle School, Buchser Middle School, Peterson Middle School and Wilcox High School.

Opinion:

  • “Alternative? Or desperately reaching to be?”
    • Antepenultimate column, 10th line: “Surfs Curse” to “Surf Curse”

Spotlight:

      • QR Code
        • “Scan to listen the Roar Podcast where staffers talk about gaming” to “Scan to listen to the Roar Podcast where staffers talk about gaming”

Corrections from the December 2020 Issue:

Opinion:

  • Editorial headline
    • “Asynchnous ” to “Asynchronous”
  • “Christmas creep infects retailers and damages the shopping experience.”
    • Antepenultimate column, 18th line: “increses” to “increases”

Arts and Entertainment:

  • “Senior Carla Leon began ‘Treatsaholic’ where she creates and sells baked goods and treats” photo caption
    • “Leon makes a variety of baked goods for her small business” to “Leon makes a variety of baked goods for her small business.”

Corrections from the October 2020 Issue:

Focus:

  • Bottom right graphic:
    • Source: The Washington Post

Arts and Entertainment:

  • In “Melina’s Booket List.”
    • 4th graf: “‘How to be Antiracist'” to “‘How to be an Antiracist'”

Corrections from the February 2020 Issue:

Front Page:

  • In “Faculty advocates for a change in purpose of the current SSR period to promote productivity.”
    • 10th graf, 4th word: “committees'” to “committee’s”

Campus:

  • “A district nutrition guideline have caused students to waste fruit” to “A district nutrition guideline has caused students to waste fruit”

Focus:

  • “February 14, 2019” to “February 14, 2020”

Sports:

  • “Correction from the December ssue” to “Correction from the December Issue”
  •  “Kawamoto’s juggling class teaches PE students tricks and hand-eye coordination”
    • Photo caption should read: “Senior Joshua Neil Oliveira, a former juggling student, showcases his skills. Oliveira chose to take juggling because it’s different from other PE classes.”
    • Drop quote attribution should read “Joshua Neil Oliveira, senior”

Arts and Entertainment:

  • “Trendy food enjoyed by SCHS students does not have any nutritional value.”
    • 9th graf, third word: “Ayudi” to “Ayadi”

 

Corrections from the December 2019 Issue:

Front Page:

  • Graphic from “‘It’s not just the spawn of the devil’: Students reveal how they destress with social media.”
    • “distress” to “destress”
    • Graphic credit- “Lhana Phillavong” to “Lhana Philavong”

Opinion:

  • Editorial graphic
    • “recieve” to “receive”

Focus:

  • Graphic from “Supply and Demand: What makes California so expensive” credit missing: Tatiana Serrano-Zeledon

Sports:

  • Field Remodeling story: The information is incorrect in this article. For an updated an corrected version of the story, visit scroar.net
  • Field remodeling jump
    • Graphic caption should read: “The back field will soon be remodeled to include a practice baseball field, a main baseball field, a practice football field, a practice soccer field and a potential hockey field. (Graphic based on photos provided by Principal Gregory Shelby.)”

 

Corrections from the October 2019 Issue:

Front Page:

  • Images from “Junior Nithila Poongovan strives to ‘foster scientific curiosity'” caption error- “inquisitve” to “inquisitive.”
  • “A place for everyone: LGBTQ+ athletes at SCHS share their experiences” states that Isabel Maloney has played tennis for two years at SCHS. She has only played for one year.

Opinion:

  • Drop-quote in “Fast food is not an accurate representation of cultural cuisine” error- “build” to “built.”

Campus:

  • Name in “CA law combats the second leading adolescent death in Santa Clara County” error- “Crabajalas” to “Crabajales”
  • Drop-quote in “CA law combats the second leading adolescent death in Santa Clara County” error- “…people can always ask for” to “…people can always ask for help.”

Focus:

  • Graphic/ photo credits spelling: Tatiana Serrano-Zeledon
  • Last graf of “A plastic problem: how it happened”- “he said.” to “Sakaguchi said.”
  • Image of Rayana Palacio should be switched with the Sports image of Yasmin Flores

Sports:

  • Image from “SCHS’s new dance coach plans to make a positive impact on campus” caption error- “Ambrie” to “Ambriz”
  • Image of Yasmin Flores should be switched with the Focus image of Rayana Palacio
  • Name spelling in “Do you think sports contribute to school atmosphere and spirit?”- “Yasmen Flores Junior” to “Yasmin Flores”
  • Rohan Kolappa’s quote in “Do you think sports contribute to school atmosphere and spirit?”- “highschool” to “high school”
  • Drop-quote in continuation of “LGBTQ+ athletes” error- “Antonio Rico, senior” to “Antonio Rico, junior”

Spotlight:

  • Last graf- omit the last single quotation mark from the ending quote

 

 

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