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Our Very Own Mister Rogers

Greta Reich, Staff Reporter

April 11, 2020

Mister Rogers is a name everyone knows. Our generation never actually watched his show, but we know of his show. He had a puppet and a song, and walked around a neighborhood, but that’s about the extent of our Mister Rogers knowle...

What have you heard?

Mia Padilla, Staff Reporter

April 24, 2019

Teachers always hear more than they let on, so what is the weirdest thing they have heard?...

Town Hall addresses teacher housing as development grows in Peninsula

Nick Abraham, Opinion Editor

March 15, 2019

With boarded up windows downtown, vacant buildings and empty streets, Redwood City earned the nickname “Deadwood City” for years. Today, the city has taken a 180-degree turn. The development of the Downtown Precise Plan...

Teachers’ absences more beneficial than student’s

Taylor Gayner, Staff Reporter

April 23, 2018

When you walk into class and you see a substitute teacher sitting in the place of your regular teacher, what do you think? That the class period is going to suck because you’re not going to get anything productive done?...

New teachers quickly find love for Sequoia

Sam Brook, Staff Reporter

September 20, 2017

Vicki Barone Department: English Prior School: Gilroy High School Barone has moved around within the Bay Area for several years with her husband, two dogs, and one cat. Right now she commutes from Half Moon Bay to come teach ...

Dear teachers, please let me get up and stretch

Brighid Bugos, Sports Editor

October 31, 2016

It’s 11:10 in the morning, half way between brunch and lunch. I check my watch to try to keep myself focused on the amount of time I have left, but all I want to do is get up out of my seat—even for 30 seconds—and stretch....

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