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Teachers and students could be seen receiving honorary awards to commemorate their contributions to the Lynbrook Community at the Feb. 27 board meeting.

Teachers and students honored at Feb. 27 board meeting

Claire Guo, Staffer March 11, 2024

What you need to know: Anna Kirsh, ASB, Aletheia and Red Cross Club adviser and World Literature teacher, was selected as the Certified Teacher of the Year Adrina Tran was selected as the 2023-24...

Public Art Club officers and members work on their mural on Jan. 21. Photo used with permission from Judy Schulze.

Upcoming mural by public art club beautifies campus

Lilly Wu, Opinion Editor February 12, 2024

What you need to know: The Public Art Club is painting a mural on the large metal storage container in the art wing Officers and members have been working on the mural during lunch and tutorial,...

The gender-neutral private changing rooms will be in a storage room next to the girls locker room.

Administration to install new gender-neutral changing rooms

Charlotte Bolay, Staffer February 12, 2024

What you need to know:  Administration is installing gender neutral changing rooms and lockers The changing rooms will be built in a room currently used for storage next to the girls locker...

From left to right, top to bottom, the candidates competing in the District 16 election are Sam Liccardo, Joe Simitian, Evan Low, Julie Lythcott-Haims, Ahmed Mostafa, Peter Dixon, Peter Ohtaki, Rishi Kumar, Joby Bernstein, Greg Tanaka and Karl Ryan (no photo available). Used with permission from Ahmed Mostafa and Joby Bernstein or from public domain.

Candidates compete in District 16 election to replace Rep. Anna Eshoo

Surya Saraf, Copy Editor February 12, 2024

What you need to know:  Eleven congressional candidates, nine democrats and two republicans, are campaigning for the District 16 primary election on March 5 Incumbent Rep. Anna Eshoo is...

The theater will undergo updates to the lighting system with new LED lights and lighting board. The drama program will also receive more mics to be distributed amongst student performers and a new soundboard.

Theater to undergo improvements to lighting and sound systems

Valerie Shu, Design Editor February 12, 2024

What you need to know: Lynbrook's theater and drama programs are undergoing updates to their sound and lighting systems to address longstanding challenges with worn and outdated equipment. The...

Narcan is administered into a victim’s nostrils and can help rapidly reverse the overdose and restore the person’s breathing to normal within 2 to 3 minutes.

Melanie’s Law, Narcan and the fight against overdose

Robert Yu, Staffer December 11, 2023

Amid soaring overdose deaths, Melanie's Law tackles fentanyl in schools, emphasizing prevention strategies. New resources are being put towards staff training on Narcan for swift intervention. ...

Students in AP 2-D Art create lengthy and detailled portfolios to demonstrate their technical and artistic growth throughout the duration of the course. Typically, these portfolios contain a theme that and each piece depicts a greater message in relation to this concept. Photos used with permission from Hannah Liaw, Annabel Qin and Medha Lolayekar

AP 2-D art students receive perfect scores on AP exam

Crystal Zhu, Staffer December 11, 2023

  Three students received perfect scores on AP 2-D Art and Design portfolios during last year's AP exams. All three artists had measurably different approaches to their work: Junior...

Wong arrives at the SCV Rehabilitation Center for physical therapy after initial care at the UCSF Medical Center. Photo used with permission from Marilyn Wong.

Assistant Principal Eric Wong’s road to recovery

Ashley Huang, Sports Editor December 11, 2023

Assistant Principal Eric Wong faced a life-threatening hemorrhagic stroke, requiring urgent surgery. Wong received swift treatment and was released after physical therapy.  He is currently...

In order for a language to be preserved, it must contain healthy enrollment numbers. This signals the district that if the language were to be maintained in the future it could be sustained over the 5 language levels of each course.

FUHSD revisits world language removal discussion

Lilly Wu, Opinion Editor December 11, 2023

The original plan, Option A, was to remove one language from each FUHSD school (French from Fremont, Chinese from Homestead, Japanese from Lynbrook, Cupertino, and Monta Vista) The new plan,...

Lynbrook students Anna Ding and Allison Lins crouching rabbit sculptures were both 20 inches tall, the smallest size available. They were displayed outside a restaurant in Main Street Cupertino and the Cupertino Library, respectively, before being auctioned to buyers.

Rabbit sculptures hop through community for charity with Cupertino Rotary Club

Valerie Shu, Design Editor November 6, 2023

Painted with vibrant designs by local artists, colorful rabbit sculptures from the Cupertino Rotary Club’s rabbit project have found homes through auctions that succeeded in raising more than $30,000...

Lynbrook students can expect modernized buildings to various programs on campus. Classrooms will be updated with newer technology and greater space. The Voyager and Robotics program will also be receiving new buildings.

Lynbrook to construct a new future with upcoming infrastructure plans

Audrey Sun, Staffer November 6, 2023

Following the completion of the new Rocklin Science Center, Lynbrook has begun the early phases of expanding other facilities across the life science, business and computer science departments. Spaces...

De Anza College will be one of many community colleges to
implement the Vision 2030 framework, providing more dual
enrollment opportunities to high school freshmen and greater
educational opportunities for the community.

Vision 2030 to provide college education to more students

Irene Hwang, Staffer November 6, 2023

In June, the Chancellor of California Community Colleges, Sonya Christian, introduced Vision 2030, a framework aiming to increase enrollment in California community colleges by expanding its dual enrollment...