February is the month of love, romance, relationships, and finding that “perfect” someone. To celebrate the month of hearts and flowers, we are inviting you to participate in our Pick-Up Line Contest! Give us your best pick-up line. Did you use a line on your girlfriend that just swept her off her feet? Are you saving your best line for that special someone and are … Continue reading Pick-Up Line Contest
Christmas is the time of the year when family and friends gather together to celebrate and have a wonderful time, but that doesn’t always go as planned. Have you ever had such a bad Christmas? Maybe you have or maybe you haven’t, but some students here at San Bernardino High sure have! Ricardo Alcala Ricardo’s worst Christmas experience was last year when his dad got … Continue reading Best / Worst Christmas Stories
Everyone has their own fun family Christmas stories, and they are all special and different in their own way. These stories from San Bernardino High School’s staff are interesting and entertaining. Most of these stories are funny, and there are one or two that are quite romantic. These stories demonstrate the variety of moments and experiences people can have on Christmas, some that changes their … Continue reading Cardinal Staff’s Memorable Christmas Moments
Mrs. Imbriani spends her time at SBHS focusing on school spirit and baking yummy treats! Continue reading SBHS Teacher Profile: Mrs. Imbriani
Thanksgiving is a day of family, food, and gratitude. A day where we take a moment to push aside the negativity and doubt in our minds and instead pause and reflect on the blessings we’ve been given, on the joy we experience in life. San Bernardino High School is no different. A random sampling of the staff and students on our campus reveals much about … Continue reading SBHS: A School Full of Thanks
Thanksgiving is a holiday centered around family and food and tradition. People eat different types of food for Thanksgiving and one of our SBHS students, Lisa Ly, shared her family’s traditional Thanksgiving dinner. Lisa’s family eats mashed potatoes with gravy, corn, veggies, turkey, glazed ham, dinner roll breads, stir fried noodles, fried rice, and salads, with pumpkin pie for dessert. She celebrates it with her … Continue reading Thanksgiving: What’s on Your Plate?
For the month of October, Tyro is featuring a new column, Spooky Times with Tyro. This column features spooky, eerie, ghoulish tales written by the Tyro staff and fellow Cardinal City students. Here’s the latest submission. Man A married couple had plans to go out one evening and hired their trusted babysitter. That would be you. You were called to watch over their three children, … Continue reading Spooky Times with Tyro