Mrs. Imbriani spends her time at SBHS focusing on school spirit and baking yummy treats! Continue reading SBHS Teacher Profile: Mrs. Imbriani
During the last rally of the 2018 year, we saw Kimberly Leonardo pass her title to the newly elected Cardinal City Mayor, Jhunelyn Parafina! Jhunelyn is our first Asian mayor to serve our great Cardinal City. She is already showing she will be a great leader and understands her duties as Cardinal City Mayor. Reflecting on her role for next year, Mayor Parafina said, “Winning … Continue reading Newly Elected Mayor to Cardinal City
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
Interact Club gave their club members a chance to work on the Rose Parade floats for the Rotary group. It turned out the float was already completed when we arrived to help, but we were still able to help decorate another float that was not completed yet.This was such an experience and one that has me wanting to volunteer again for next year’s parade! All … Continue reading Helping With a Rose
Yearbook Club: Interested in being a part of the people who record the school’s history? By taking pictures and writing stories, students have the opportunity to be in charge of topics at the school that they feel passionate about. Yearbook students get to go to events and document the fun times people have. They get to put their prideful work into the yearbook and show … Continue reading Get Involved and Join a Club!
By SBHS Senior Have you ever just stopped to look around and just take in everything around you? Not many people bother taking time, even if it were just a minute or even a couple of seconds of their day to step aside and observe the environment that they are a part of everyday. If you were to do this, you’d be surprised at what … Continue reading Letter to the Editor
By SBHS Senior Artist: Stephanie Ojeda SBHS students have recently complained about ASB not communicating well enough with the students they are representing. They want their voices heard and their opinions to matter. Students want more events, to bring back some of our SBHS traditions, and to help the school in our fight to raise school spirit to the max! We have heard from many … Continue reading Is ASB Listening?
By Hazael Perez and Destiny Aguilera Academically, as many of you are aware, San Bernardino High School is beginning to thrive once again, in hopes to soon take our rightful position as the number one school in the district. We are currently in second place, right behind Cajon, but we are catching up extremely quickly, and will pass them soon enough. The real issue that … Continue reading Where’s Our Spirit