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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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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...

Otoshi works in her office for the music department.
She plans to enjoy time with her family in the future.

Otoshi leaves lasting impact on music

Qianzi Loo, Web Editor June 2, 2023

After working at Lynbrook for a decade, peer tutorial clerical assistant Miko Otoshi announced her retirement from Lynbrook during the Pops Concert on May 17, deciding that she wanted to spend more time...

Lynbrook and Miller students get together to close the year off with a game of petánque.

French Club closes the year with pétanque matches

Deeksha Raj, Business Manager June 2, 2023

To conclude a successful year full of engaging events such as Mardi Gras, club socials and more, students taking French hosted their first pétanque social in four years on May 22, where members played...

A beacon of light for the Lynbrook community, family and friends, Boehm is remembered for her unwavering support and kindness for Lynbrook students during her tenure.

In memory of Judy Boehm, former ASB Financial Technician

Surya Saraf and Katie Chin June 2, 2023

“There are not enough adjectives and superlatives in the dictionary to describe her,” said Paul Boehm, in memory of his wife, former ASB Financial Technician Judy Boehm. “She dedicated her life to...

Author E.J. Koh explores themes of cultural identity with Lynbrook students during her virtual author visit.

E.J. Koh’s “magical language” captivates students

Calvin Zhou, Staffer May 8, 2023

On May 3, San Jose-born poet and author E.J. Koh spoke with Lynbrook World Literature students, who listened intently as they learned of the struggles and triumphs Koh experienced while caught between...

Juul settled with six states, amounting to $462 million paid for advertising its e-cigarettes to audiences under 21 years prior to its company-wide reset in 2019, in which the company redefined its ethics after criticism.

Juul pays its largest settlement over minor-directed advertising

Sam Sarma, News Editor May 8, 2023

On April 12, California announced that they would receive the largest settlement a state has ever received from Juul Labs. The company settled with six states, amounting to $462 million paid for advertising...