Reasons why YOU should join journalism in 2023

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

HOCC: Desiree Ortiz

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

The Portantino Rule: aka Late Start

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

 Vandalism and littering at SBHS

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

A woman’s perspective: Valerie Divers

100 years ago, the 19th Constitutional Amendment was ratified, officially allowing women across the United States the right to vote. The right of citizens of the United States to vote shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any State on account of sex. Congress shall have power to enforce this article by appropriate legislation. Today, the fight for gender equality … Continue reading A woman’s perspective: Valerie Divers

Jasmine’s COVID19 Story

COVID19 has had a serious impact on us all – from canceled activities, school closures, and online learning to social distancing, wearing masks in public and feeling isolated from our friends and family members. Students have unique perspectives and experiences during this pandemic. We are featuring these stories from out SBHS students, beginning with our Tyro Times staff. Here is my story. How has COVID19 … Continue reading Jasmine’s COVID19 Story

Twin Rivalry: the Parafinas

Twin sisters Jennah Parafina and Jannah Parafina can be very different from each other though they look like the spitting image of one another.   How they differ: “I’m short, more athletic, and I have better grades.” Jennah Parafina    “I beat my sister at chess and I’m better artistically.” Jannah Parafina  How they compare: “We’re Asian.” Jennah Parafina What they do for fun: “ I … Continue reading Twin Rivalry: the Parafinas