College Plans Despite COVID

Tymen Giller, reporter

October 19, 2020

By Tymen Giller    The pressure is on for the senior class of 2021: college applications have started! Applying to college is a stressful time for most seniors, especially this year with the COVID-19 pandemic. Meg Jernigan...

Students Standing up Against Racial Injustice Through Art

October 15, 2020

By Marina Trotta and Lauren Hengehold Seniors, Elsa Winter and Vivian Cormany, have both stood up against racial injustice by assembling fundraisers from selling authentic art work and donating their profits. Cormany...

Mrs. Tamony, new math teacher, love a sense of community

October 11, 2020

By Tymen Giller Mrs. Tamony, a new math teacher at SVHS, teaches 9th grade algebra. She can teach most math classes ranging from 6th grade math to calculus. She wanted to teach at SVHS, “I live very close to SVHS...

Mr. Root, new English teacher, wants connection with students

October 11, 2020

By Ema Camarena Mr. Root, the new English 11and Living Skills teacher is into many things such as: runnings; astronomy; surfing; hiking; backpacking; camping; paddle boarding; 35mm film photography; writing poetry; working...

Visual B2SN Offers New Twist

Aidan Griggs-Demmin and Tymen Giller

October 8, 2020

By Aidan Griggs-Demmin and Tymen Giller Just as the first month of school has been online, parents’ Back to School Night was held virtually this year. On September 23, parents and guardians of SVHS students logged on...

SVHS Welcomes New Spanish Teacher: Ms. Baker

Dino Ortega

September 24, 2020

     The World Language Dept. welcomed a new teacher this academic year.     Ms. Baker, alumna, always had an inkling that she wanted to pursue a career in education, explaining, “I would say that by my senior ye...

Negative Outcomes Of Government Shutdown: TSA Safety And Sonoma’s Own

Alexis Lage, News Writer

February 11, 2019

  The forced shutdown of the federal government continued for over 5 weeks, breaking the previous record of 21 days. It affected over 400,000 federal employees who went without pay for the duration of the shutdown.   SVHS j...

Trapped In The Shutdown

Alison Perkins, Justin Cox, and Emily Barmore

February 11, 2019

With the government shutdown that lasted more than a month, worry had spread rapidly throughout the nation, as paychecks were missed and threats from the government to continue the shutdown until their demands were met, were repeatedly...

Environment Put On Hold

Ava Rognlien, Print Editor

February 11, 2019

It is no shock that the shutdown would affect US residents, but who knew it would also affect the environment?    National Geographic claims that national parks are at risk due to waste overflow and trespassers, the halting of...

Heated Debate Burns Fire Relief

Alison Perkins and Justin Cox

February 11, 2019

  Due to the government shutdown, President Donald Trump threatened to pull wildlife relief funds from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA).   “Billions of dollars are sent to the State of California for For...