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With live-graduation ceremony postponed until August, Class of 2020 will have YouTube virtual one instead May 28

All wearing face masks as part of state COVID-19-related guidelines, social science teacher and co-ASB adviser David Fenstermaker (left), dance instructor Leiana Volen and yearbook adviser Lindsay Safe greet seniors as their cars come by the Sunny Hills parking lot as part of the May 8 drive-through event to pick up cap and gowns and Class of 2020 graduation yard signs. Fenstermaker handed out the yard signs. Video screen shot taken by Accolade photo editor Megan Shin.

Rida Zar

May 24, 2020

In hopes of providing the Class of 2020 with a proper send off, school officials will host a virtual graduation ceremony for seniors and their family on YouTube May 28. “As with everything we do, our virtual graduation will be the best it can possibly be,” principal Allen Whitten said. A lin...

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

A screenshot of the online notice that can be accessed from the Fullerton Joint Union High School District’s website.

Rida Fatima

April 23, 2020

You can read about the decision that the Fullerton Joint Union High School District made here. Trustees for the Fullerton Joint Union High School District [FJUHSD] will hold a special board meeting today, April 23, to review any recommendations and hear any public comments regarding spring semester grade reports with a likely decision to follow...

New club brings ‘empowerment’ to female youth at Sunny Hills

Youth Empower Club member senior Taylor Michel (left) holds up one of the signs she made for the Jan. 18 Women's March in downtown Los Angeles, while her sister, freshman Jaden Michel, shows one of the placards that a demonstrator gave her. Image posted with permission from Angelica Mosqueda.

Rida Fatima

January 24, 2020

They endorse women’s rights, encourage political marches and hope to promote the involvement of adolescents in the ever-changing world around them. These are the members of the Youth Empower Club, which set up a registration booth in the quad for nationwide elections Sept. 27 along with a table...

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