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FUHSD community approves Measure M for continued funding

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.
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...

CUSD tables school closures but has no long-term solution in-place

CUSD tables school closures but has no long-term solution in-place
December 9, 2020

To address a budget deficit and declining enrollment, the Cupertino Union School District (CUSD) has recently been forced to consider shutting down schools, outraging community members and sparking community...

Music for Community partners with Wave Learning for music seminars

These are the four periods of classical music.
December 9, 2020

Lynbrook’s Music for Community (MFC) partnered with the online seminar platform Wave Learning to hold a virtual series for students between grades 6 and 12 on the history of the four principal eras of...

Link Crew implements new activity: Goose Chase

Traditionally, Link Crew groups wear costumes made by Link Crew leaders during Orientation, such as the Hawaiian flowers pictured above.
December 9, 2020

Link Crew has recently introduced Goose Chase, a group scavenger hunt game, to support and engage the Class of 2024 during distance learning. The game uses GooseChase, a mobile app to set up competitive...

FUHSD offers mental health resources through partnership with Care Solace

Care Solace bridges the wide gap between therapist and patient.
December 9, 2020

In order to improve student access to mental health resources during remote learning, FUHSD has partnered with Care Solace, an organization that connects students with mental health therapists and counselors.  Care...

Local Home of Hope chapter spreads stories across the globe

Book donations will be sent to Half Price Books, and all profits earned will be donated to India to purchase textbooks.
December 9, 2020

Throughout the month of October, the San Jose Youth Chapter of Home of Hope hosted a book drive and fundraiser with Lynbrook Key Club that raised 400 books for underprivileged children in the Bay Area....

Concurrent enrollment at community colleges spikes in fall quarter

As the years pass, more students are beginning to take advantage of the opportunities that community college courses offer.
November 4, 2020

In the past, many students have taken community college courses on Lynbrook’s campus and on the campuses of various community colleges. Although community college courses have moved online, they are...

Better Bike Plan 2025: A win for residents, equity and the environment

The Better Bike Plan 2025 strives to make biking in the city of San Jose more equitable, convenient and comfortable.
November 4, 2020

On Oct. 6, the San Jose City Council unanimously passed the Better Bike Plan 2025 (BBP 25). Through this plan, the city of San Jose will build a 550-mile network of bike lanes, boulevards and trails connecting...

Construction continues throughout pandemic

Here are the features that are currently being worked on.
November 4, 2020

Renovation of the cafeteria and lower quad was completed on campus at the beginning of the 2019-20 school year, and until quarantine began, students were still adjusting to these new features. Even with...

Local elections begin for the City of San Jose

Graphic Illustration by Mei Corricello
October 30, 2020

Although the 2020 presidential election has the nation’s attention, local election results may have a greater impact on citizens’ everyday lives. Among the many candidates and propositions on the Nov....

Viking votes promotes voter registration among students

Graphic Illustration by Claire Chiu
October 30, 2020

Nov. 3, 2020’s elections will determine who will serve as the president and other key roles, represent Americans and determine the future of the country. To encourage political engagement, Lynbrook’s...

USPS and COVID-19 protocol may cause delayed votes

Graphic illustration by Ria Phelan.
October 7, 2020

With differing social distancing restrictions across the nation due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the turnout for in-person voting this November may be lower than in previous years. President Donald Trump’s...

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