The class of 2018 is a very diverse group of students, with different tastes and preferences in many areas of life…however, there were some areas – specifically pop culture in which there was agreement. In a poll taken from the Senior Survey, seniors were asked to choose their favorite TV show, movie, song, book, teacher, and social media platform. While there was no agreement on … Continue reading Class of 2018 Top Picks!
It’s the end of the year which means it’s time to vote for your favorite teachers! Our senior class voted and here are the results!! Teacher Most Likely to Be a Cat Lady and a Cat Man: Teacher Most Likely to Win a Rap Battle: Teacher Most Likely to Be Mistaken for a Student: Teacher Most Likely to Be Called Mom: Teacher Most Likely to … Continue reading SBHS Teacher Superlatives
On Thursday, April 26th, San Bernardino High School’s First Responders Pathway organized, prepared, and put on an Emergency Preparedness Fair in the Cardinal City Arena. The student-run event is an annual collaboration between Mrs. Wilson, the pathway’s sophomore and junior English teacher, and Mr. Battle, the First Responder pathway’s CTE teacher. Planning for the event began at the beginning of the year. Students conducted research … Continue reading SBHS Students are Prepared for Emergencies
On April 28, 2018, many high schools within our district gathered together at Cal State San Bernardino for the AVID Senior Recognition Ceremony to honor those in the AVID program and their school. Our seniors showed up prepared for the ceremony, looking snazzy in their formal outfits. They walked into the stadium with their heads held high, proud of their many accomplishments. With Mrs. Akahoshi … Continue reading Advancement Via Individual Determination is Rewarded
On April 27, 2018, a multitude of students on our campus stayed silent for the entire school day to exemplify the silence that the LGBT community is forced into each and every day due to issues such as harassment and lack of acceptance. Having been at this school for three years and an officer of the LGBT club for two, I am please to say … Continue reading Silence Can Speak Louder Than Words
The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee. Quirky. Cute. Hilarious. Entertaining. Fabulous. A brilliant show, brought to us by a brilliant director, brought to life by brilliant actors, and phenomenally run by brilliant technicians. While opening night may have begun with technical difficulties as the light board completely crashed, the show must go on…and go on it did. The amazing technical director, Leonardo Calvillo, made … Continue reading “Miss Peretti, please spell syzygy.”
The Quill & Scroll International Honor Society for High School Journalists was established on April 10, 1926, and is based out of the University of Iowa. Cardinal City’s Tyro Times newspaper and Tyro Yearbook became members of this organization in 1930 and have competed and won many international writing and photo contests and plan n participating in the Yearbook Excellence Contest and News Media Evaluation process. … Continue reading SBHS’s Quill & Scroll Inductees