Samantha Valle (12) explains what her life will be like after graduation and gives tips to incoming freshmen. Jasmine Toolan: What do you do for a living? Samantha Valle: I don’t work. I’m just going to school. JT: What do you want to do after you graduate? SV: After I graduate I was planning to become an ultrasound technician, specifically pediatric sonography. They take ultrasounds … Continue reading HOCC: Samantha Valle
There are so many different Christmas traditions families celebrate. In California, the most common tradition is to make tamales and have a big family gathering on December 24th and the 25th. Another big one is that many families bake cookies and decorate gingerbread houses. You may be surprised when you hear about other traditions in other areas. Here are some student traditions in SBHS. “We … Continue reading Different Christmas traditions you’ve probably never heard of
Esmeralda Vargas (9) explains her goals and how she will get there. Facing many challenges, she still keeps her head up and looks toward her future. Jasmine Toolan: What is your goal in life? Esmeralda Vargas: Honestly, just to finish high school and get college and get a degree in nursing. JT: What inspired you to get a nursing degree? Why is that the path … Continue reading HOCC: Esmeralda Vargas
Birds’ Eye View is a video series where we ask the question and our Cardinals answer. For this feature, in honor of Thanksgiving, we asked students to share the things they are thankful for. Here are their responses. Continue reading #BEV: What are you thankful for?
What is journalism? Journalism is a class/program where students of SBHS come together and write news articles, profiles, sports events, and more for Tyro Times . Tyro Times reports on current events or anything that affects SBHS. Many articles have been published throughout the years, articles such as COVID-19 reports, sports, tips for sleeping, sibling rivalry, and even student advice. This class also teaches you … Continue reading Reasons why YOU should join journalism in 2023
Desiree Ortiz, 10, explains her story: what she likes to do and what she does when she feels like she’s struggling in life. She feels pressure from her parents and support from her friends. It was difficult for Desiree when her uncle passed away whom she loved dearly. Here is her story. Tyro Times: “How did you feel this morning?” Desiree Ortiz: “Felt tired, kind … Continue reading HOCC: Desiree Ortiz
Birds’ Eye View is a video series where we ask the question and our Cardinals answer. For this feature, we asked students what they would say to their ex if they had the chance. Here are their responses. Continue reading #BEV: What would you say to your ex?
UPDATE: April 19, 2022 SBCUSD provided an update on April 7, 2022 regarding the proposed late start schedule that was to be in effect for the 2022-2023 school year: Starting in August 2023, San Bernardino City Unified School District (SBCUSD) students will have new school hours, with classes starting later for those in middle school and high school as part of a state law designed … Continue reading The Portantino Rule: aka Late Start
A supply chain is a network in which companies use to buy and sell products. It is also how we get all of our goods and services such as clothes, home essentials, and more. Only about 15% of goods are made in the US. In 2021, the cargo ships that supply everything were put into a traffic jam and were taking longer than usual to … Continue reading The 2021 supply chain issue
Students returned to their natural habits after coming back to school on August 2nd. Habits such as vandalism and littering. Vandalism and littering have always happened on our campus, but it was especially bad when the TikTok trend “Devious Licks” became popular and students were inspired to steal items from school and post it online for likes. “It doesn’t seem out of the ordinary to … Continue reading Vandalism and littering at SBHS