The Official Student-Run Newspaper of California High School

The Californian

The Official Student-Run Newspaper of California High School

The Californian

The Official Student-Run Newspaper of California High School

The Californian

Coronavirus Coverage

The most highly recommended masks in the world of Omicron.

Unmasking the best face coverings

Kira Sidhu, Staff Writer February 14, 2022

With the recent surge of the highly contagious Omicron variant, many people are wondering what the most protective masks are, and in what settings different masks are meant to be used.  Good news....

Doctors weigh in on virus

Nimisa Panda, Features Editor February 14, 2022

Then: President Donald Trump declared emergency because of the outbreak of COVID-19, on March 13, 2020. Now, close to two years later, the entire world is still severely inhibited by pandemic protocols...

Students work solo with COVID

Hallie Chong, Online Editor February 14, 2022

Whether students are stuck at home because of a COVID-19 exposure or with a 104 degree fever, school work is unavoidable. After this year’s winter break, at least 91 positive cases were confirmed...

COVID tests, more like NOVID tests

Hannah Shariff, Staff Writer February 14, 2022

As the new COVID-19 variant spreads, uncertainty rises as people want to get tested.  But what if the test results that ease the uneasiness are actually unreliable? As more people are desperate to...

Board makes right call by postponing hybrid learning

Staff Editorial December 16, 2020

Like thousands of San Ramon Valley Unified School District community members, The Californian’s editorial board has been asking the question: Why are we going back to school? Luckily for our safety...

Many school events have gone dark for this year because of the coronavirus pandemic.

What losing in-class school has been like for students 

Gaby Jimenez, Head Opinions Editor December 16, 2020

Do you remember waking up in the morning and dragging your feet to get ready for school?  What about meeting up with your friends in the hallways, listening to teachers’ long lectures, eating...

A group of SRVUSD parents and students sat outside of the district office on June 23 to protest.

San Ramon community protests SRVUSD spending and issues with remote learning

Nick Harvey, Opinon Editor June 27, 2020

San Ramon Unified School District parents organized a sit-in protest on Tuesday in front of the district office before the Board of Education meeting to show both their opposition to management raises...

District board supports students returning to campus full time in the fall

District board supports students returning to campus full time in the fall

Christine Oh , Co Editor-in-Chief June 24, 2020

Students in the San Ramon Valley Unified School District will return to campus full-time in August if the school board has its way. The district’s Board of Education said it unanimously supports having...

During quarantine, many people have been turning to their pets for entertainment and comfort.

Pet adoptions have increased during shelter-in-place

Wyatt Golla , News Lite Editor June 8, 2020

During the coronavirus pandemic, something interesting has happened: animal adoption rates have increased.  This adoption boom isn’t just happening in one or two states. In nearly every state,...

Due to the cancellation of school for the rest of the semester, spring sports have been stopped mid way into the season.

Spring sports seasons cancelled due to coronavirus

Sabrina Contreras, Co Managing Editor May 24, 2020

As the coronavirus pandemic swept through the United States in March, professional, collegiate, high school and youth sports were canceled, devastating many athletes.   This includes many...

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