2021 junior class continues tradition in leading Family Giving Tree donations January 22, 2020 — by Samantha Yee Junior class sets up annual tree and increases community engagement, reaching out to local elementary schools for donations. read more » Safine leaves assistant principal position, assumes new role as district’s HR Director January 21, 2020 — by Kaitlyn Tsai After serving as assistant principal for 17 years, Brian Safine will change his educational career to serve schools at a district level. read more » Peer-grading expedites corrections, learning process January 17, 2020 — by Allison Hartley and Brandon Wang AP Physics uses anonymous Canvas system to grade labs read more » Administration changes tardy policies, targets students with consistent attendance issues December 16, 2019 — by Jonathan Li and Viraaj Reddi After high numbers of cuts and tardies, new disciplinary actions have been implemented by the attendance office to reduce problems. read more » Poet laureate Mighty Mike McGee visits Poetry Club, Creative Writing class December 15, 2019 — by Howard Tang Local slam poet urges students to keep poetry in their lives. read more » Overreaching academically creates problems that are hard to fix several weeks into school year December 9, 2019 — by Preston Fu and Lihi Shoshani Many students decide to take an Honors or AP class before replacing it with a lower level class, which can cause many schedule complications read more » Rain forces Lip Dub to be replaced with surprise winter rally December 9, 2019 — by Serena Li and Anjali Nuggehali Lip dub pushed back to next spring due to difficulty with equal cultural representation and unpredictable weather read more » Mosh pitting: dangerous and now banned at dances December 9, 2019 — by Sofia Jones and Kavita Sundaram Mosh Pitting can cause injury and destruction; as a result, administrators have tried to eliminate it from school events read more » Falcon to win Crown Award from Columbia Scholastic Press Association in hybrid category December 9, 2019 — by Howard Tang School newspaper judged nationally as a top publication by international student press association read more » For first time in magazine’s history, Soundings to print extra issue in winter December 9, 2019 — by Andrew Lee The school’s spotlight magazine featuring student literary and artistic work returns through Soundings team effort and funding support read more » firstprevious...1020304050...6667686970...8090100110120...nextlast Home | News | Sports | Opinion | Columns | Features | Multimedia | Print | About | Terms & Conditions Copyright © 1959 - 2023 by The Saratoga Falcon. All Rights Reserved.