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District’s Board of Education unanimously votes to start school year with hybrid learning

District's Board of Education unanimously votes to start school year with hybrid learning

Christine Oh, Co Editor-in-Chief

July 14, 2020

Students will return to school on a hybrid in-person and remote learning plan on Aug. 11, the district’s Board of Education unanimously decided during its Tuesday meeting which was live-streamed on the district’s YouTube channel. The motion for hybrid learning was carried 5-0 among the five San...

Cal needs to go back to full time learning

Shannah Saul, Reporter

June 29, 2020

To say the first quarter of online learning was a disaster is an understatement.  While some blame can be put on the quick onset of the coronavirus and school districts’ lack of preparation, there is no denying that computer learning doesn’t work as a whole.  Between students’ mental...

Hybrid learning is the middle ground

Sabrina Contreras, Co-Managing Editor

June 29, 2020

One of the many things the coronavirus pandemic has taught me is this: I don’t hate school nearly as much as I led myself to believe. A week into online learning in mid-March had me missing school more than I thought was possible.  In a perfect world, I’d absolutely love to go back to school....

We should continue with online learning

Isaac Oronsky, Social Media Editor, Co-Managing Editor

June 29, 2020

The United States set a single-day record of new coronavirus cases reported on June 24 with 38,115.  The next day, that record was broken, with a national total of 39,327 new cases. The day after that, the record was broken yet again - this time surpassing 40,000 cases with a total of 44,702...

Cal Goes Digital: Schooling Away from School

JP Singh teaches Honors Precalculus, Accelerated Algebra II, and AP Calculus BC remotely from his living room with the help of his iPad Pro. Photo courtesy JP Singh.

Emmy Burrus, News Editor

April 17, 2020

In the new era of social distancing and shelter-in-place orders because of the coronavirus pandemic, teachers at Cal High and across the country are learning to adapt to the new requirements for online learning. When the San Ramon Valley Unified School District announced on April 7 that it was following...