Two new classes proposed for next year April 2, 2020 — by Jackson Green New Effective Speech and Communication and Creative Writing 2 classes suggested to school board for next year read more » Lip Dub to be earlier this year November 22, 2019 — by Jackson Green and Allen Luo Changes made to maintain an adequate number of both instructional minutes and rallies read more » Top Ten Ways to Spend your Summer May 23, 2019 — by Jackson Green and Isaac Le Top things to do in order to have the best summer ever read more » FRC and FTC robotics teams clash with world’s best in Houston April 28, 2019 — by Jackson Green and Rohan Kumar The FIRST Robotics Challenge (FRC) team placed fifth and the FIRST Tech Challenge (FTC) team was a finalist in contention for the Control Award for effective autonomous coding. read more » Robotics: Cuttlefish swim into World Championships March 26, 2019 — by Jackson Green The M-SET Cuttlefish FTC Team won the Inspire Award at a recent tournament, qualifying them for the FIRST World Championship in Houston. read more » Robotics reaches out through library event January 30, 2019 — by Jackson Green The M-SET Jellyfish hold event to raise awareness of STEM and promote FIRST Programs. read more » Crossword Solution 11/30/2018 November 27, 2018 — by Jackson Green The solution to the crossword on the November 30 Backpage. read more » 100-WORD RANTS: People who use their friends to cut the line at the Cafeteria November 26, 2018 — by Jackson Green Reporter rants that people should buy their own food in the lunch line instead of getting friends to pay and essentially cutting the line. read more » Reporter tries Fortnite, gets transported to alternate universe November 14, 2018 — by Jackson Green Reporter recounts a Fortnite match full of Bad Buildings, Balloons, Gibberish, and Alternate Universes. read more » When students drop classes, it can lead to large classes, challenges for teachers October 15, 2018 — by Jackson Green and Marisa Kingsley Classes like English 11 and RUSH experience bloated numbers after students realize honors classes aren't the right fit. read more » Class of 2019 National Merit Semifinalists revealed September 14, 2018 — by Jackson Green The list of National Merit Semifinalists for the Class of 2019 has been revealed. read more » 100 Word Rants: June 1 Edition June 7, 2018 — by Francesca Chu, Jackson Green, Jeffrey Xu and Michael Zhang Reporters rant about various topics from Speed Bumps to Sleep Schedules. read more » Original content makes YouTube Red worth cost May 23, 2018 — by Jackson Green and Patrick Li Reporters evaluate the original series of YouTube Red. read more » World Cafe attempts to tackle school-wide problems April 4, 2018 — by Selena Liu and Jackson Green Bullying and stereotypes are the focus of conversations. read more » More security cameras installed to decrease illegal activities April 3, 2018 — by Chelsea Leung and Jackson Green Increase of security cameras in the hallways, parking lots, and quad is met with mixed responses read more » Downturn in parental donations continues to hurt athletics program April 1, 2018 — by Jackson Green and Muthu Palaniappan Another idea being floated right now is to cut transportation to away games by having parents drive instead of using vans and buses. This would save about $40,000 a year, Lugo said. Some coaching positions may also need to be cut to balance the budget. read more » Boys’ soccer: Falcons secure CCS position after key win against Lynbrook February 13, 2018 — by Jackson Green and Jeffrey Xu Preview for boys' soccer. read more » Why we teach: How four teachers found their way into the profession February 9, 2018 — by Jackson Green and Jeffrey Xu Reporters interview four different teachers and ask them how they came to teaching. read more » After losing star player, team looks forward to gaining preseason advantage December 9, 2017 — by Jackson Green and Jeffrey Xu During practice, coaches are drilling players to maintain possession of the ball, in order to make players more comfortable with the ball rather than getting rid of it quickly by passing or shooting. read more » ASB moves meetings to fifth period October 30, 2017 — by Jackson Green and Chelsea Leung Because the old meetings were taking place in the office every other Monday from 6 to 7 p.m., there was low attendance from non-Leadership students, as well as students in Leadership due to sports and other extracurriculars. read more » ‘Escape The Room’: a guide to failing a puzzle October 27, 2017 — by Jackson Green Columnist recalls a scary experience at the escape room read more » Class of 2018 boasts record-breaking number of National Merit semifinalists September 16, 2017 — by Jackson Green 40 students score in the top 1.5 percent on the PSAT read more » Solar panels would be a huge benefit to the school September 14, 2017 — by Jackson Green Reporter argues that SHS should install solar panels read more » Visuals by Jackson November 14, 2018: Upper field closed during lunch after littering warnings ignored Student littering has led to the upper field being closed during Lunch. 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