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The Student News Site of Sunny Hills High School

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The Student News Site of Sunny Hills High School

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Groundbreaking work for the nearly $3.8 million new ag farm building can be seen behind the fence erected on the property on Tuesday, Jan. 23. Once completed in the summer, the three-classroom structure will replace the portable classrooms there.

Nearly $3.8 million building to be constructed on ag farm, replacing 20-year-old portables

Katelyn Ahn, Cub Reporter January 30, 2024

Groundbreaking has begun on a nearly $3.8 million agriculture farm building that will contain three new classrooms, replacing the portables there once the project is completed this summer.  “I was...

Two steers lie down inside the agriculture farm after school on Thursday, Dec. 21. Though the program has animals that produce manure, the unfamiliar smell that infiltrated campus in November did not originate from the farm.

DID YOU KNOW? Contrary to popular belief, animals from school’s agriculture farm are not the source of the stench around campus before Thanksgiving break

Lauren Kang, Cub Reporter December 22, 2023

As a continuing feature from last year, The Accolade investigates the strange odor that permeated the campus in November. The Accolade sends cub reporter Lauren Kang to investigate. It was a Tuesday...

A Fastsigns employee puts up new logo decals during the afternoon onto the door of Room 107 on Thursday, Aug. 10. Not all the logos were put up in the summer, with the employees having to return later to finish. The doors also have different designs, with some displaying a Lancer head and others displaying an“SH” logo.

SIGNING ON — AND OFF: Hallways, athletic areas get large, square-shaped panels; logos for programs like dance, AVID removed

Irene Park, Copy Editor October 31, 2023

This is the second of a three-part series on the extensive changes to Sunny Hills facilities over the summer and during part of August after the 2023-2024 school year started. Part 1 focused on the new...

Barely visible between vehicles, the staff and student markings on the west parking lot awaits restoration at an undetermined time.

West parking lot in need of resurfacing, repainting

Kayla Martinez, Staff Reporter January 11, 2023

While the parking lot near the Performing Arts Center has undergone resurfacing and repainting last year to designate which spots belong to staff, the other side of campus has yet to see the same upgrade. Many...

Student support services teacher Kellie Ma (left) and head custodian Daniel Rodriguez hold onto the flowers and balloons they were given in the staff lounge on Jan. 21 to recognize their honor of being voted Teacher of the Year and Classified Employee of the Year award, respectively, for the 2021-2022 school year.

Teacher, classified employee of the year awarded to student support services teacher, head custodian for 2021-2022 school year

Kate Yang, Editor-in-Chief February 25, 2022

As student support services teacher Kellie Ma reviewed notes with her second period Math Foundations students, the shimmer of several multicolored balloons passing by the window of room 98 caught her eye.  Seconds...

Newly hired College and Career guidance technician Genesis Perez organizes paperwork containing information about the PSAT on her rotating display in Room 2. Perez welcomes all students to visit her office anytime to look for information about post-high school and college opportunities.

New College and Career Center tech has multifaceted, educational background

Susie Kim, Web Editor-in-Chief February 15, 2022

Genesis Perez recalled the importance of joining her campus’s band at Anaheim High School, where she graduated in 2007. “The teamwork and collaboration I learned from band is important not only...

Then-freshman Roy Datuin smiles with black and gold balloons at the 2019 Lancer Awards in Fullerton Union High School’s auditorium. Datuin won a Lancer Award in the math department.

School officials organize ‘Night in Hollywood’-themed Lancer Awards to be held May 19 for the first time after school in the quad

Sydney Lee, Cub Reporter May 17, 2021

Traditionally held in the Fullerton Auditorium, Lancer Awards night will occur May 19 on campus after school, administrators said. “I am excited to be able to acknowledge our amazing students in person,”...

Then-junior Daniel Magpayo (center) gives instructions to Krystopher Bagunu (left) and Leoni Nguyen, then juniors, in the gym during the Aug. 6, 2019, Link Crew freshman orientation. For the 2020-2021 school year freshman orientation, Link Crew had to resort to meeting with freshmen through the Zoom meeting platform because of COVID-19 health and safety guidelines.

COVID-19 health guidelines force Link Crew to welcome freshmen via Zoom instead of live orientation on campus

Michelle Sheen, Editor-in-Chief September 9, 2020

After three years of holding freshman orientation on campus before the start of the school year, Link Crew had to resort to a virtual one that attracted 450 students to meet COVID-19 health and safety...

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