Editorial: Transparent elections are a must

ISSUE6PG4 copy Editorial: Transparent elections are a must  Democratic values outweigh candidates' feelings  By The Editorial Board March 30, 2016  When students cast their ballots for next year’s representatives, they play a major role in deciding how the school will be run. The same concern has comes up every year and is never been addressed … Continue reading Editorial: Transparent elections are a must

The Bar-On Brief: Don’t take the easy path to leadership

The Bar-On Brief: Don’t take the easy path to ASB  Qualified candidates are those who are not afraid of competition By Shauli Bar-On, Columnist March 30, 2016  “Run for the position you can win.” That’s the common advice given to you if you’re contemplating a run for student council. I have to say I disagree … Continue reading The Bar-On Brief: Don’t take the easy path to leadership

The Bar-On Brief: We’re not all that special and we don’t deserve our own time zone

The Bar-On Brief: We’re not all that special and we don’t deserve our own time zone  Daylight Saving may be unproductive, but California shouldn’t challenge it alone By Shauli Bar-On, Columnist March 23, 2016 As of today, Hawaii and Arizona are the only two states that have a static clock, free of daylight saving time … Continue reading The Bar-On Brief: We’re not all that special and we don’t deserve our own time zone

The Bar-On Brief: Bike accidents and the the age-old question: Who is to blame?

URL: The Bar-On Brief: Bike accidents and the age-old question: Who is to blame? By Shauli Bar-On, Columnist March 16, 2016   For as long as I’ve been at HHS, and probably significantly before then, there has been talk of the lack of safety for bike riders.The age-old question, the one that comes about when any … Continue reading The Bar-On Brief: Bike accidents and the the age-old question: Who is to blame?

Wellness Task Force begins discussion

issue5 Page 2  Students, staff chosen to represent HHS in district sleep committee By Shauli Bar-On Published March 2, 2016 The district-wide committee to combat student sleep deprivation, the Wellness Task Force, is up and running. Their first meeting on Jan. 25 allowed them to set the foundation for further discussion. In Monday’s second meeting, … Continue reading Wellness Task Force begins discussion

Outstanding staff members recognized

Issue5page1 Spanish teacher Paco Arévalo and special education para-educator Monica Knott awarded Staff of the Year By Shauli Bar-On and Aria Hejazi Published March 2, 2016 Two staff members were named HHS Staff of the Year at the FUHSD board meeting in the cafeteria last Tuesday. Para educator Monica Knott was awarded the Classified Staff … Continue reading Outstanding staff members recognized

The Bar-On Brief: Hollywood frames the Oscars

The Bar-On Brief: Hollywood frames the Oscar's The Academy is not racist, its Hollywood that needs reform By Shauli Bar-On, Columnist March 2, 2016 Chris Rock, the host of the 88th Academy Awards Ceremony (the Oscars), was hilarious as always. His opening monologue was controversial, though: he made fun of #OscarSoWhite, called Hollywood racist, implied … Continue reading The Bar-On Brief: Hollywood frames the Oscars