The nation has just waded through its third high tide of coronavirus cases, cementing the infeasibility of returning to on-campus learning for most California schools. At Glendora High School, this means that upcoming finals in December will be conducted online. However, with shortened class periods and Wellness Wednesdays, most teachers have been under a time crunch to adjust their timetables without overly compromising their curriculums. Pam Edward, who teaches AP Research
On Nov. 7, the suspense of the election came to an end, resulting in Joe Biden as the 46th President of the United States with California senator Kamala Harris as his Vice President. This is a historical win for the country as Harris will be the first female, first Black, and first South Asian Vice President. The Biden-Harris ticket was able to pull ahead by flipping three crucial swing states that gave President Trump the win in 2016: Wisconsin, Michigan, and Pennsylvania.
To top off the stressfulness of 2020, it is now time for seniors to make progress on their college applications and deal with the changes COVID-19 has caused. The pandemic has interfered with many aspects of peoples high school careers from extracurriculars and social lives all the way to cause students to miss their scheduled SAT tests. However, The few ways in which it has affected the college application process, are not all negative. Due to the chaotic and abrupt ending
English teacher Kathleen Huebbe shows how she takes care of her two golden retrievers, one being an epileptic named Annie, and another named Tucker which we see how he deals with Annie’s seizures. Annie was four years old when she had her first big seizure, leading to her whole family being very scared for her health. Huebbe admitted “I was scared, we were all terrified, because we didn’t know what it was.” Annie was put on medication, about six months after her first seizure
In December of 2019, Fabio Stephens, the ninth grade English and Drama teacher, found Bruce Lee Wayne Banner Almighty Stephens III at the Inland Valley Humane Society. Bruce was in the last row of crates, in the very last kennel. Paw outstretched under the cage, Stephens held it, and at that moment he knew he had found his canine companion. “I sat down and touched his hand, and he rolled over. I was like ‘Yep, that's my dog.’” Stephens recalls. Stephens and Bruce have develo