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SCHS clubs go virtual with online Club Faire

SCHS adapts to virtual platforms to continue the tradition of holding a Club Faire.

Soo Jin Spencer

September 21, 2020

In the wake of the transition to distance learning, SCHS clubs are undergoing an online revolution of sorts. With the lack of in-person interaction, club leaders are finding new ways to stay connected with their members. ASB created a new system of chartering clubs, and with the creation of a virtual...

SCHS hosts its first ever Virtual Welcome Rally, evoking community in the time of COVID-19

The Welcome Rally was live-streamed on YouTube on Friday, August 28, 2020.

Melina Kritikopoulos

September 3, 2020

A student opens YouTube and settles into their bed, ready to attend the first-ever SCHS Virtual Welcome Rally. As the outside world is filled with uncertainty, they can find solace in the familiar feeling of a traditional high school event. “The rally showed me that even though we’re not at school,...

How culinary classes coped with coronavirus

The SCHS culinary class completed culinary and Career and Technical Education projects to finish out the semester.

Esha Nag

June 4, 2020

During the COVID-19 campus closure, SCHS students and teachers found new ways to learn and teach. Culinary Arts teacher Kathy Hopp came up with a way to let students cook virtually. According to Hopp, her students completed culinary and Career and Technical Education projects that do not involve cooking. “With...

SPOTLIGHT: How students stay busy at home

Many SCHS students have adopted new hobbies during the shelter-in-place.

Neil Veira and Lhana Philavong

June 3, 2020

As the current coronavirus pandemic forces many people to stay inside due to the shelter-in-place order, some have taken up new and old hobbies to pass the time. Many people have been spending more time cooking and baking, although a shortage of flour and other supplies has made it difficult. For...

Many students appreciate video chat platforms for their communication needs

Zoom, FaceTime and Discord are popular apps among the SCHS student body.

Samantha Alde

May 30, 2020

As senior Noel Ira logs onto the chatting app Discord, he finds himself conversing with his friends like he would in real-life before the shelter-in-place order. Skeptical at first about only having the internet as a way to catch up with others, Ira has learned to cope with the growing reality that he...

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