The Break-in at the Cardinal City Theatre

By Jasmine Toolan and Julissa Chia On Sunday September 11th, 2022, some people broke into the campus, into the SBHS theater, and caused severe damages that might affect future performances of our students.   The stage was splattered with paint on the floor, and the backdrop they use for the performances was ripped and splattered with paint. One of the rooms used to store the drums … Continue reading The Break-in at the Cardinal City Theatre

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

COVID-19 guidelines at SBHS

Due to the potential rise in COVID-19 cases, students and staff shared their opinions about how the pandemic has affected schools. Since students returned back to school for the 2021 school year, there’s always been a possibility for COVID-19 to spread within the school. Although that possibility has been diminishing ever since more students have received the vaccination. The spread still hasn’t been prevented, but … Continue reading COVID-19 guidelines at SBHS

Sexual Assault Awareness

Sexual assault is a very serious issue that affects the lives of many and it is always necessary to be aware of it and learn how to defend yourself when you’re assaulted. Also, when witnessing a friend or even a stranger being sexually assaulted, it’s always good to know who to call or how to help. “A survey conducted by the American Association of University … Continue reading Sexual Assault Awareness

Mexican Election

On June 1, 2018, President of Mexico, Enrique Peña Nieto will see who will succeed him  as the leader of Mexico. Many people have a negative view of Mexico, but they don’t realize that the negative stereotype is just that – a stereotype. Mexico has movie theaters, Starbucks, KFC, Domino’s Pizza, Little Caesars, subway, McDonalds, Burger King and more. Mexico is a rich country, not … Continue reading Mexican Election

The Obamas Go Down in History

President Barack Obama and former First Lady Michael Obama made personal and world history as their official portraits were revealed and are being displayed at the Smithsonian Institution at Washington D.C. Michelle Obama quoted that she knew that she was the “first one in her family to have a portrait done.” She was also thinking about future generations and the impact Sherald’s work will have … Continue reading The Obamas Go Down in History

2017: A Year of Ups and Downs

By: Kenia Gomez, Hazael Perez, and Mrs. Schmidt To many of us, 2017 was a year like no other. As we turn the page into 2018, here is a look back on some of the news-worthy highlights… National News: The Women’s March – More than one million people marched across the nation in support of women’s rights and in protest of Donald Trump’s election Three … Continue reading 2017: A Year of Ups and Downs