Cafeteria reboots as students return for in-person school May 3, 2021 — by Martin Xu Every school day, the cafeteria staff works to provide hand-made meals for on-campus students. read more » Teachers prepare students for AP World Language exams remotely May 3, 2021 — by Carolyn Wang Speaking performance, specifically conversations, have suffered in the pandemic among SHS language learners. read more » Community mourns the loss of class of 2020 alumna April 30, 2021 — by Selina Chen Ava Boyce-Bender is remembered by the light she brought to everything she did. read more » Community organizations adapt fast and survive the pandemic April 28, 2021 — by Martin Xu Diligence and quick-thinking are the keys to success for these community organizations. read more » School board’s decision to end asynchronous Wednesdays angers students and teachers April 25, 2021 — by Shreya Rallabandi and Harshini Velchamy The district will transition to a single cohort five-day a week model (Phase 4A) in the first week of May. read more » Students enjoy health and cooking class both in-person and at home April 25, 2021 — by Christina Chang and Anjali Pai From cooking as a group to cooking on their own, Community-Based Instruction (CBI) students have learned self-reliance in the kitchen read more » Econ Club highlights real-world applications through speaker event April 25, 2021 — by Andy Chen The club will host “Economics Research and the Real World” on May 1 via Zoom. read more » Online TedX hosts presentations on social and political issues April 25, 2021 — by Serena Li and Nidhi Mathihalli From crimes and entrepreneurship, this year’s presenters focused on novel ideas that have been brought to light over the past few years. read more » March For Our Lives San Jose plans town hall meeting to address the emerging trend of mass shootings April 16, 2021 — by Cici Xu Unfortunately, in this country, the return to large crowds also means the return of mass shootings. The March For Our Lives movement, in response to the recent uptick in incidents, is moving to prevent any more tragedies through passing legislation and educating the public. read more » Juniors search for alternative ways to take standardized testing April 15, 2021 — by Carolyn Wang Some have decided to postpone their SATs, while others have gone out-of-state or taken the ACT read more » firstprevious...10203040...4849505152...60708090100...nextlast Home | News | Sports | Opinion | Columns | Features | Multimedia | Print | About | Terms & Conditions Copyright © 1959 - 2023 by The Saratoga Falcon. All Rights Reserved.