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While listening to speakers, toddlers sitting on the ground hold signs to support Stop AAPI Hate efforts.

Community gathers to Stop AAPI Hate

Bennie Chang March 29, 2021

On the morning of March 27, hundreds of people gathered in front of Saratoga’s City Hall to protest the recent surge of violence and discrimination against Asian Americans in the United States.  Organized...

Lynbrook’s ACT program is returning to school on the week of April 19.

ACT program prepares for return to campus

Ethan Lee March 17, 2021

Lynbrook’s Academic Community Transition (ACT) program is returning to school after a challenging transition to online learning. The students who choose to return to campus in the week of April 19 can...

As of March, four Lynbrook debate teams and one individual from Speech have qualified for the prestigious TOC.

Five Lynbrook Speech and Debate teams qualify to prestigious Tournament of Champions in eventful season

Melissa Chen March 17, 2021

As of March, four Lynbrook debate teams and one individual from Speech have qualified for the prestigious Tournament of Champions (TOC). In past years, Lynbrook Debate usually saw only one or two teams...

While in a normal year ELD students would constantly interact with English speakers at school, in remote learning they are surrounded by their native language. This shift has made the year a uniquely challenging one for Lynbrook’s English learners.

Lynbrook’s ELD program adapts to distance learning

Elena Williams and Youqi Huang March 17, 2021

Like many other programs, Lynbrook’s English Language Development (ELD) classes faced challenges in adapting to distance learning this year. Still, teachers, equipped with new digital learning platforms...

Lynbrook marching band won sweepstakes at a competition in Napa during the 2019-20 season.

Band lifts marching band requirement for freshmen

Diana Kohr March 17, 2021

For the first time in more than 10 years, freshmen taking Lynbrook’s band class will not be required to participate in marching band in the 2021-22 school year. This decision was made to preserve freshmen...

Lynbrook classes of 2022, 2023 and 2024 bond on Discord over game nights and online social events.

Classes of 2022 and 2023 use Discord to innovate and socialize

Christy Yu March 9, 2021

In midst of the pandemic, the Class of 2022 and Class of 2023 are staying connected virtually through Discord servers created by class officers and class members, which encourage students to socialize,...

The issue of declining enrollment is not something new. Taking in input from community members, the district hopes to come up with solutions that will be best for students, families and staff.

LSSAP, program allowing Hyde, CLIP and McAuliffe transfers to Lynbrook, to expire

Elena Williams and Bennie Chang February 19, 2021

FUHSD has not yet decided whether to renew the Lynbrook Supplemental School Assignment Plan (LSSAP) program, which allows students from Hyde Middle, McAuliffe Middle and Miller Middle’s Chinese Language...

Science teachers navigating virtual learning this year have had to come up with new ways to conduct labs.

Science labs evolve into new forms in the world of virtual learning

Anwen Huang February 3, 2021

At the start of second semester, AP Biology students gear up for the course’s much-anticipated DNA transformation lab. However, this year they were introduced to the laboratory techniques used in biotechnology...

The Educated Book Club discusses Black media to raise awareness about racial issues and educate its members about the Black community.

Intersections launches Educated Book Club on Black media

Jason Shan February 3, 2021

To educate community members on racial justice and the Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement, the Intersections club launched the Educated Book Club, also known as Black Media Discussions, to examine Black...

Middle College and College Now seek to provide students with an alternative educational environment to explore opportunities not available at their high school.

FUHSD students pursue Middle College and College Now opportunities

Lillian Fu January 23, 2021

Middle College and College Now, two long-standing FUHSD programs, continue to allow students to complete high school credits at De Anza College, remotely this year. Both programs provide a mix of De Anza...

Seniors Claire Tang and Eshani Jha were named Regeneron STS finalists, with senior David Hu closely following as a semifinalist.

Lynbrook tops Regeneron Science Talent Search with 2 finalists, 1 semifinalist

Crystal Qian January 23, 2021

On Jan. 7, seniors Claire Tang, David Hu and Eshani Jha were named among the 300 semifinalists of the 2021 Regeneron Science Talent Search (STS), the most prestigious nationwide STEM competition for high...

In the November 2020 election, FUHSD voters approved Measure M with 73.5% support, extending a $98 parcel tax for the next 8 years after 2022.

FUHSD community approves Measure M for continued funding

Sunny Li January 6, 2021

In the November 2020 election, FUHSD voters approved Measure M with 73.5% of the vote to renew the existing $98 parcel tax providing extra funding for FUHSD schools for another eight years. This tax will...

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