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The Student News Site of Lynbrook High School

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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...

Bulb-outs, our sidewalk extensions, will be installed at the intersection of Donington Drive and Johnson Avenue just outside the Lynbrook main entrance.

City to improve Lynbrook pedestrain safety

Audrey Sun, Staffer May 8, 2023

To improve pedestrian safety and reduce traffic speed, the City of San Jose is proactively taking measures to add bulb-outs, or curb extensions, to the sidewalks at the intersection of Donington Drive...

Level four champions will go on a Champions Trip to Japan paid for by the Bowls organization and the Japan Ministry of Foreign Affairs Kakehashi program.

Lynbrook places second in National Japan Bowl

Chelsea Lee, Design Editor May 8, 2023

In the 31st annual National Japan Bowl Championships on April 13 and 14, Lynbrook won second place in every competition level, surpassing nearly 200 students from 19 high schools across the U.S. After...

No changes will be implemented within the World Language department until the 2024-25 school year.

District reconsideration of world language classes

Jasmine Rihal, Social Media Manager April 10, 2023

On March 20, FUHSD announced that due to declining enrollment each school’s World Language department will also be downsized to offer only three languages. As the smallest language program on campus,...

Since 1991, FUHSD has leased out the Sunnyvale High School property to The Kings Academy. The board discussed the possibility of reclaiming the property and reopening Sunnyvale High School.

Sunnyvale equity concerns spark district action

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

In north Sunnyvale lies Moffett Park, a 1,156 acre development site. Here, the City of Sunnyvale seeks to create a diverse and sustainable mixed-use district to ensure climate sustainability and decrease...

Visiting Half Moon Bay and Pescadero beach, students from cullinary classes across FUHSD, as well as members of the Lynbrook Conservation Action Association club, learn about sustainability in the food and farm industries.

Students explore sustainable food on Green Careers field trip

Neha Ayyer, In-Depth Editor April 10, 2023

Among the crash of waves against piers and the hum of local communities working, students from culinary classes across FUHSD visited Half Moon Bay and Pescadero beach on March 27 to explore the market...

Average Cupertino housing prices increased from $1.9 million to $2.7 million in the 2020s, according to Movoto Real Estate.

Plan proposed for affordable educator housing

Qianzi Loo, Web Editor April 10, 2023

The difficult search for teachers’ affordable housing in the Bay Area, especially the South Bay, has yet to become easier. In response, school districts around Calif. are considering subsidized homes...

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