Time to reflect

It’s the end of the 2021-2022 school year. Freshmen, sophomores, and juniors are preparing for their next grade level. (Un)fortunately for seniors, their high school years are coming to an end and they are venturing into the real world. These seniors had a four-year high school experience and they have something to tell. Cesar Arredondo is an athletic senior who ran Cross Country and Track … Continue reading Time to reflect

Alumni Feature: Mr. Jose Aguilar

Mr. Aguilar is a math teacher here at SBHS, and he sometimes DJ’s at school events. Before Mr. Aguilar started teaching here, he used to attend SBHS himself.  He used to be temporarily on the soccer team, and he was also a part of the Mecha Club, however you won’t find him in the yearbook because he unfortunately isn’t there.  How long have you been … Continue reading Alumni Feature: Mr. Jose Aguilar

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: Yareli Ornelas-Pulido

Yareli Ornelas-Pulido, 12, was asked a few questions about her experience during her high school years, both the highs and lows. This is what she had to say. Tyro Times: “What was the hardest period of your high school experience?” Yareli: “The hardest period during high school was probably junior year during COVID-19. My mental health was beyond downhill and I felt very lonely and … Continue reading HOCC: Yareli Ornelas-Pulido

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