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The Student News Site of Lynbrook High School

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The Student News Site of Lynbrook High School

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The Student News Site of Lynbrook High School

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The city of San Jose hopes to install new underground power lines
through a newly proposed power utility provider known as San
Jose Power. Studies showed a projected 15 to 25% reduction in
electricity costs. It aims to bolster key infrastructure areas such as
San Jose Airport and Diridon Station in order for them to receive
reliable and resilient power.

San Jose Power to power up city as new provider

Taek Kim, Staffer November 6, 2023

After months of debates and delays, the San Jose City Council unanimously voted to approve the creation of a new, publicly-owned power utility — San Jose Power — on Oct. 3. The project is touted as...

The Citizens Advisory Comittee projects stark declines in student populations across the FUHSD high school campuses. The graph above details the change in progession for student numbers from the year 2017 to 2028.

Citizens Advisory Committee to combat FUHSD declining enrollment

David Zhu, Staffer November 6, 2023

Amid declining enrollment across all five FUHSD schools, the Citizen Advisory Committee on Enrollment is carrying out renewed efforts to address the impacts of these trends.  The CAC was established...

The Roy Rocklin Science Building officially opens its door to students

The Roy Rocklin Science Building officially opens its door to students

Daeun Chung, Web Editor November 6, 2023

The Rocklin Science Center officially opened its doors to welcome physics and chemistry students on Oct. 27 with an opening ceremony. On Oct. 30, students moved into their new science classrooms.  “I...

Students on the 2023 France and Spain trip pose in front of the Sagrada Familia cathedral, a notable work of Antoni Gaudí, an artist the students learned about on the trip. Photo used with permission from Charlotte Kruk.

2024 Lynbrook summer trip to Europe canceled

Grace Zhu, Staffer October 10, 2023

The 12-day Grecian Odyssey Trip, originally set for June 2024 and organized through Education First Tours, a well known for profit educational travel company, was canceled due to unforeseen policy violations...

Students can be seen holding this bathroom pass signal their exit from class to go to the restroom. As the image of the clock suggests, bathroom breaks are now limited to five minutes .

Lynbrook implements new bathroom pass system

Nicole Ge, Staffer October 10, 2023

To improve student safety and discourage meetups with friends during class time, the Lynbrook administration proposed a more structured bathroom pass system for the 2023-24 school year. The new system...

|Used with Permission from the Cupertino Union School District|

Students in a CUSD transitional kindergarten classroom learning about the alphabet. Since the 2022-23 school year, expanded access has allowed a greater number of students across the district to attend TK.

A look into California’s transition to Universal Pre-Kindergarten

Myles Kim, Editor-in-Chief October 10, 2023

California is in the midst of transitioning to Universal pre-K after a new law took effect in 2021 Bay Area school districts have been expanding transitional kindergarten access since the 2022-23...

Above is a geographic depiction of the entire FUHSD district. As part of the
new By-Trustee Area format, election boundaries will be drawn within the
map and sectioned into five separate and contiguous subdivisions, allotting
each to a representative from the area. Photo used with permission by Rosa Kim

Revised election boundaries to reshape the future of FUHSD Board

Apurva Krishnamurthy, News Editor October 10, 2023

The California Voting Rights Act of 2001 restricts the use of At-Large elections if groups are being disenfranchised or underrepresented. In the At-Large method, eligible candidates are pooled from across...

If students observe any suspicious activty they are encouraged to say something with the new Say Something Anonomous Reporting System, a 24/7 network with a hotline, mobile app and online form.

Say Something introduced in FUHSD

Sarah Zhang, Staffer October 10, 2023

Aiming to forestall potential acts of violence and safeguard student safety, all five FUHSD schools have implemented the Say Something Anonymous Reporting System this school year. The 24/7 reporting system,...

LEXE grants $1.4 million to Lynbrook programs

LEXE grants $1.4 million to Lynbrook programs

Audrey Sun, Staffer October 10, 2023

Funding more than 200 projects and assisting more than 4,000 students since its creation in 2012, Lynbrook Excellence in Education is an Internal Revenue Service-approved, 501(c)(3) public charity that...

FUHSD is awarded Silver for the Green Ribbon award for their progress in environmental sustainability.

FUHSD’s advances toward a sustainable future earn a Green Ribbon Award

FUHSD earned the Green Ribbon school competition’s silver award in May for their recent progress in promoting energy conservation and environmentally sustainable practices among campuses. Initiatives...

Clarke encourages class discussions to
foster creativity and collaboration.

Clarke fosters engaging learning

Qianzi Loo, Web Editor June 2, 2023

After 23 years of teaching, with the past three having been at Lynbrook, English teacher David Clarke has decided to retire. His students hold lasting memories of his student-oriented teaching approach...

YAK members chat with third-graders from Dilworth Elementary School about the life of high schoolers.

YAK fosters friendships beyond pen pal letters

Calvin Zhou, Staffer June 2, 2023

As the school year winds down, excitement brewed in Youth Activities for Kids Club, culminating in the Penpal Meetup on May 25. After months of exchanging handwritten letters and gifts, YAK members finally...