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FBLA

Jasmine Hou and Melissa Chen

May 29, 2020

After months of preparation, Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) members had high hopes of success at their annual leadership conference in April, so the conference’s cancellation came as a great disappointment. Before school shut down in response to COVID-19, club members had opportunities ...

Interact

Jasmine Hou and Melissa Chen

May 29, 2020

One club that has experienced major changes amidst the COVID-19 crisis is Interact, one of the biggest community service clubs on campus. In response to the stay-at-home order and the general concerns about public health, Interact had to cancel numerous events including several in-person guest speaker...

Animal Services and Protection

Jasmine Hou and Melissa Chen

May 29, 2020

Distancing during quarantine doesn’t just affect human to human contact. Animal and human interactions and socializing have also been somewhat restricted. Animal rescue centers are not considered essential businesses during quarantine, so for Lynbrook’s Animal Services and Protection (ASAP) club, whi...

Clubs keep active during shelter-in-place

Clubs keep active during shelter-in-place

Jasmine Hou and Melissa Chen

May 29, 2020

Clubs are a vibrant aspect of the Lynbrook community. Through clubs students explore their interests and interact with other students of similar passions, contribute to causes they believe in and gain new skills and experiences. Due to unprecedented early closure of school, many clubs found their usual ac...

Athletics Unlimited brings on March Madness

Diana Kohr

March 31, 2020

Not only does Lynbrook’s March Madness, an annual basketball competition held by Athletics Unlimited, coincide with the popular March Madness tournament hosted by NCAA, it also allows students to form lasting bonds over recreational basketball. This year, the tournament took place on March 9 and March...

Lynbrook Economics takes on the National Economics Challenge

Sloka Suresh

March 4, 2020

This year, Lynbrook Economics Club will be competing in the National Economics Challenge (NEC), a competition that tests student comprehension of the world economy and microeconomic principles. In the first round of competition on March 4, the competing teams will take a comprehensive economics test...

FBLA educates young entrepreneurs

Profit motive is an incentive that drives business integration and individuals.

Diana Kohr

March 1, 2020

Lynbrook’s Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) club aims to raise community awareness about entrepreneurship through the American Enterprise Project (AEP), which involves educational community events at Dilworth Elementary School, Joaquin Miller Middle School, Sunflower Learning Center and C...

Disbanded clubs reinstated after changes

After the Sports Analytics and Creative Game Design clubs were disbanded last year under the new ASB club policy, members worked throughout the school year to restructure and repitch their respective clubs.

Renee Ge

February 26, 2020

On Jan. 14, the Legislative Council passed Sports Analytics and Creative Game Design Club. After the clubs were disbanded last year under the new ASB club policy, members worked throughout the school year to restructure and repitch their respective clubs. The clubs reflected on the feedback they rec...

Science Bowl Team bonds over challenging competitions

Lynbrook Science Bowl team members and the Science Bowl logo

Sharlene Chen

February 26, 2020

Lynbrook’s Science Bowl Team competed at a regional competition on Feb. 8; the team made it past the first round, but did not pass the double-elimination rounds, failing to qualify for the National Science Bowl competition. “I don’t think we reached our full potential during this competition, a...

LHS Model UN models success at SCVMUN conference

In total, Lynbrook competitors received one Best Delegate award, three Outstanding Delegate awards, one Honorable Mention award, two Verbal Commendation awards and four Best Research awards at the Santa Clara Valley MUN Conference.

Jasmine Hou

February 26, 2020

On Jan. 31 and Feb. 1, Lynbrook Model United Nations (MUN) competed at the Santa Clara Valley MUN (SCVMUN) Conference at Santa Teresa High School, earning success at one of the club’s most popular conferences of the year. Several local high schools as well as an international team from Romania atten...

DECA to require concurrent CTE enrollment

Lynbrook DECA expects about a 200 member drop after implementing their concurrent CTE enrollment policy next year.

Elena Williams

February 26, 2020

The business of joining Lynbrook’s largest business club has just gotten harder. Starting next school year, DECA will require that all competing members be concurrently enrolled in a Career Technical Education (CTE) class in the Business Department.  Though previous officer teams have chosen to...

Brain and Brawn showcases students’ varied strengths

The Brain and Brawn competition involved three events: Connect Four, arm wrestling and tug-of-war. 

Ethan Lee

February 26, 2020

Brain and Brawn was a strenuous competition that tested both participants' physical and mental skills. Hosted by Lynbrook's Athletics Unlimited Club, the tournament took place during lunches in the quad from Feb. 11 to 14. The competition involved three events: Connect Four, arm wrestling and tug-of...

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