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Chinese Club members sell drinks during a 2018 International Food Fair. The yearly event will be canceled this year because of the pandemic.

[Photo] Despite reopening of schools, ASB and PTSA plan to host virtual IFF with Google Slides presentations and Virtual International Food Fair

March 14, 2021

Chinese Club members sell drinks during a 2018 International Food Fair. The yearly event will be canceled this year because of the pandemic.

Sonya Joyce (left) accepts a bouquet of flowers from head custodian Daniel Rodriguez in February of 2018 when Joyce received the most votes from the Sunny Hills staff for classified employee of the year. The 2017-2018 school year was also when Joyce was first hired as a site technician on campus in charge of servicing technology issues. Joyce retired from the position Jan. 22.

[Photo] Ex-Sunny Hills employee of year and 'backbone' of eSports club, site technician Sonya Joyce makes sudden announcement about her retirement in middle of school year

February 7, 2021

Sonya Joyce (left) accepts a bouquet of flowers from head custodian Daniel Rodriguez in February of 2018 when Joyce received the most votes from the Sunny Hills staff for classified employee of the year....

Photo of the Capitol rotunda taken during the November 2019 National Scholastic Press Association journalism convention held in Washington, D.C. A radical faction of Trump supporters broke into the building Jan. 6.

[Photo] Guest Editorial: Former President Donald Trump does deserve the blame for violent Jan. 6 Capitol attack

January 26, 2021

Photo of the Capitol rotunda taken during the November 2019 National Scholastic Press Association journalism convention held in Washington, D.C. A radical faction of Trump supporters broke into the building...

A view of the Capitol rotunda taken in November 2019 during the National Scholastic Press Association's fall journalism convention in Washington, D.C. A mob -- some carrying the American flag and wearing pro-President Donald Trump caps -- broke into the building Jan. 6 while congressional leaders were trying to certify the Electoral College vote counts favoring President-elect Joe Biden.

[Photo] Jan. 6 Capitol chaos prompts social science class, non-partisan JSA club discussions over Zoom -- many blaming Trump for the insurrection

January 14, 2021

A view of the Capitol rotunda taken in November 2019 during the National Scholastic Press Association's fall journalism convention in Washington, D.C. A mob -- some carrying the American flag and wearing...

Image of the Capitol building taken during the November 2019 National Scholastic Press Association journalism convention held in Washington, D.C. More than a year later, it was sieged Jan. 6 by a radical faction of Trump supporters.

[Photo] Guest Column: Trump doesn’t deserve all the blame for Wednesday’s Capitol chaos

January 8, 2021

Image of the Capitol building taken during the November 2019 National Scholastic Press Association journalism convention held in Washington, D.C. More than a year later, it was sieged Jan. 6 by a radical...

Math teacher Christian Bueno (middle) holds a
bouquet of roses and the Dancing with the Staff trophy on Dec. 8, 2017. The annual fundraiser for the dance program would have reached its 10th year had it not been for the coronavirus pandemic. The event was replaced with a drive-in
at the farm parking lot where the audience watched video dance performances.

[Photo] Video drive-in replaces Dancing With the Staff

December 24, 2020

Math teacher Christian Bueno (middle) holds a bouquet of roses and the Dancing with the Staff trophy on Dec. 8, 2017. The annual fundraiser for the dance program would have reached its 10th year had it...

ASB students decorate the quad at the start of finals week in December 2015. Because of the coronavirus pandemic,
the ASB will be unable to do so next week.

[Photo] ASB plans virtual winter assembly, Spirit Day

December 10, 2020

ASB students decorate the quad at the start of finals week in December 2015. Because of the coronavirus pandemic, the ASB will be unable to do so next week.

Forward and then-freshman David Rezko (left) kicks the ball during a 2-1 home victory over Buena Park on Jan. 24. The sophomore, along with his new teammates, will vie for a second Freeway League title in as many years when their season begins next February. Meanwhile, on Sept. 3, head coach Mike Schade held tryouts drawing 13 candidates.

[Photo] 13 try out for boys soccer, but recent poor air quality has prevented coach from scheduling more sessions for newcomers

September 16, 2020

Forward and then-freshman David Rezko (left) kicks the ball during a 2-1 home victory over Buena Park on Jan. 24. The sophomore, along with his new teammates, will vie for a second Freeway League title...

Then-junior Vivian Tran cheers on the
Lancer football team at Trabuco Hills High School Nov. 23. It’s
unclear if fans will be allowed to watch games this season.

[Photo] Uncertainty remains about fan attendance

November 10, 2020

Then-junior Vivian Tran cheers on the Lancer football team at Trabuco Hills High School Nov. 23. It’s unclear if fans will be allowed to watch games this season.

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