Bear Facts

A student sits in a classroom that is led by a teacher. Although teachers are the ones who educate the youth, students often offer valuable learning experiences and new perspectives for teachers.

Role Reversal

Ruby Lueras, LZ Life Editor
March 8, 2021
Grace Trumbull, junior hybrid learner, plays her clarinet in band by having a hole through her mask. Trumbull says her choice to return back to school was influenced “mainly because of choir and band. Singing and playing an instrument have been a disappointment during e-learning because I have to practice by myself.”

3 students, 3 environments, 1 school

Adam Monnette, Live Media Manager
December 14, 2020
Without formal finals this semester, teachers have more freedom in how they choose to assess their students growth and learning.

Finals cancelled; teachers revise plans

Caroline Sun, Digital Editor-in-Chief
December 14, 2020
Dan Strickler, drivers education teacher, says adjusting to technology was a challenge at first, especially because he was unsure if the technology would change. Thats part of why remote learning is so difficult.

Digital Drawbacks

Ruby Lueras, LZ Life Editor
December 14, 2020
Despite her senior year getting cut short due to the pandemic, Donna Nguyen, senior, has found some light in the situation. She has been finding ways to keep busy and productive during quarantine.

Living through history

Sreelikhi Vangavolu , Spotlight Editor
May 26, 2020
Margaret Koy, math teacher`s students practice new problems in class. When students ask why they learn something, I don`t want to be saying, `Well, if you do this job, then you`re going to do this,` and then they inevitably say, `That`s not what I want to do, so why does it matter?` Koy said.

Why so specific?

Ellie Melvin, Staff Writer
April 16, 2019
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