IB cancels all April and May exams because of coronavirus-related school closures worldwide

By Tyler Pak  /  April 24, 2020
Some seniors worry about being eligible to receive their International Baccalaureate diploma like the one above following the program's decision...
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With SH campus closed to students, the ASB moves class candidate campaigns for first time to social media only

By Nicole Chung  /  April 24, 2020
Because the spread of the coronavirus canceled school as of March 13, ASB class officer candidates advertised their campaigns online....
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Columbia Scholastic Press Association taps 2018-2019 Helios yearbook with top Gold Crown award; The Accolade newspaper wins Silver Crown

By Lira Jeong  /  April 23, 2020
A screenshot of the online video awards presentation by the Columbia Scholastic Press Association recognizes the 2018-2019 Sunny Hills yearbook...
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Trustees to meet today, April 23, in special session to discuss Fullerton Joint Union High School District’s end-of-the-semester grading policy because of COVID-19-related school closures

By Rida Zar  /  April 23, 2020
A screenshot of the online notice that can be accessed from the Fullerton Joint Union High School District’s website. Trustees...
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Teens advised to adhere to self-quarantine measures during coronavirus pandemic

By Anthony Keem  /  April 22, 2020
The coronavirus pandemic has prompted several regulations from U.S. health or government officials with the most recent one coming from...
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Early March’s spread of COVID-19 cases in Los Angeles County prompts school officials to cancel Chinese students’ Chinatown field trip

By Michelle Sheen  /  April 22, 2020
The last time world language teacher Soon-Ya Gordon and her Chinese classes visited Chinatown was on March 17, 2018. Here...
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Sunny Hills AVID Senior Standout gets top scholarship prize of $25,000 from virtual Orange County Department of Education awards ceremony

By Andrew Park  /  April 21, 2020
Senior Dana Mabin holds up the email she received April 7 from the Orange County Community Foundation notifying her of...
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As COVID-19 pandemic continues to make history, Science Olympiad team’s bid to make more history of its own ends

By Nevya Patel  /  April 19, 2020
The Southern California Science Olympiad website posted its March 6 announcement about the cancellation of its April 4 state competition...
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Students, parents react with tears, concerns over school closure for rest of spring semester — likely through the summer

By Aaliyah Magana  /  April 17, 2020
Printed signs like this are taped outside Sunny Hills High School's main office doors between Rooms 3 and 7 as...
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Yearbook adviser loses chance — twice — to personally accept awards at national journalism conventions in New York, Nashville because of growing threat of COVID-19

By Michelle Sheen  /  April 16, 2020
Upon sending out emails to journalism advisers the morning of March 17, the National Scholastic Press Association [NSPA] uploaded this...
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$2.5 million solar shade structures to be installed in parking lot by PAC as early as this fall along with 2 electric vehicle charging stations

By Alice Shin  /  April 14, 2020
The Fullerton Joint Union High School District [FJUHSD] has contracted with Borrego Solar Systems Inc. at a cost of $2.5...
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Charter Communications offers Spectrum free internet for 60 days for students so they can do classwork at home

By Hanna Oltman  /  April 12, 2020
Since the move last month to distance learning at Sunny Hills High School, Charter Communications has offered free Spectrum Wi-Fi...
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Yearbook extends 2020-2021 staff application deadline to April 19 because of COVID-19-related school closure

By Minjeong Kim  /  April 8, 2020
Because of the district-imposed school closure nearly a month ago, the yearbook adviser will continue to accept 2020-2021 staff applications,...
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Coronavirus pandemic will not deter College Board from offering a 45-minute, free response online version for all AP exams

By Tyler Pak  /  March 22, 2020
This story was updated March 24 at 3:17 p.m. with a teacher reaction quote to the College Board's decision about...
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