Interim choir teacher to leave SHS in January December 15, 2020 — by Audrey Mah Choir students and faculty express gratitude for her time at the school. read more » Teachers find alternative ways to administer finals December 14, 2020 — by Ethan Lin and Allen Luo While finals periods are usually two hours, classes this year are the usual 75 minutes, and actual finals are much less common than in previous years. read more » McCrystal retires after 22 years in the science department December 12, 2020 — by Shama Gupta and Christine Zhang McCrystal plans to spend more time with her husband and ailing twin sister while keeping alive old hobbies. read more » Delayed WASC process concludes December 11, 2020 — by Anouk Yeh and Apurva Chakravarthy Principal Greg Louie hopes for another six-year accreditation from the Western Association of Schools and Colleges in January. read more » Students start chapter of National Chinese Honors Society December 11, 2020 — by Vicky Bai and Serena Li NCHS serves to recognize students who have actively contributed to the spread of Chinese culture within the community. read more » Music department launches virtual final performance after unprecedented semester of adjustment December 11, 2020 — by Jason Cheng and Hannah Lee Music students and teachers utilize creative methods of practicing and performing through Zoom and editing software. read more » AP Gov students lean democrat in mock election, giving President elect Joe Biden landslide victory December 10, 2020 — by Oliver Ye Seniors align with state on President, congress, diverge in favor of progressive state policies. read more » Cafeteria workers find ways to provide food during pandemic December 9, 2020 — by Howard Shu and Mina Yeap They have felt uncomfortable during remote learning, as they are used to being much busier. read more » Quiz Bowl team makes nationals again December 7, 2020 — by Vinay Gollamudi and Howard Shu Members of the team look forward to competing, especially since last year’s nationals were canceled. read more » November elections frazzle nerves but teach valuable lessons December 5, 2020 — by Preston Fu and Nidhi Mathihalli Students have mixed feelings but are feeling connected and impacted by the outcomes of the current election. 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.