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The Student News Site of Sunny Hills High School

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Euree Kim

Euree Kim, Staff Reporter

Entering her first year as a staff reporter for The Accolade, sophomore Euree Kim hopes for a great start during the 2022-2023 school year. Kim experienced writing for The Accolade’s cub issues twice and is working her way up to improve throughout her next three years of journalism in high school.

Aside from being an active journalist, Kim plays for the girls basketball team and is involved in volunteering for community service, such as tutoring for Young Leaders of Orange County. She enjoys hanging out with her friends and going on vacation.

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Dance 3 member senior Emmaline DeLeon (left) and math teacher Mariam Tan practice their routine on Wednesday, Nov. 16, in Room 130 to prepare for this week’s Dancing With the Staff fundraiser.

DANCING WITH THE STAFF (UNMASKED EDITION): For the first time since 2019, performers not required to wear face coverings during Thursday, Dec. 8, and Friday, Dec. 9, shows

December 2, 2022

For the first time since 2019 before the COVID-19 pandemic, those performing on stage for Dancing With the Staff [DWTS] this week will not be required to wear masks. “Dancing without masks are the...

Associated Student Body’s posters line the walls of the gym as students cheer for Dance Production performers during the Aug. 20, 2021, Welcome Back assembly. This year’s version will take place Friday, Aug. 19, during a double third period assembly instead of the traditional second period one because of the new bell schedule.

Teacher tortilla challenge among the highlights of Friday’s Welcome Back assembly, to be held for the first time during third period

August 18, 2022

While this will be the freshman class’ first high school assembly in the gym on Friday, Aug. 19, sophomores and upperclassmen returning to Sunny Hills will also get to experience a first of sorts. Instead...

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