Monthly Archives: April 2020

Vice Chair of the Parks and Rec. Commission discusses homelessness in California

By Jovani Contreras Staff Writer The homeless population in California has been growing at alarming rates in recent years; the last official count found over 150,000 California citizens homeless. Pablo Lopez is the vice-chair on the Parks, Recreation and Community Service commission and a lifelong California resident. Mr. Lopez discussed how the homelessness crisis affects his work and life as

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California’s high cost of living affects the homeless population

By Jovani Contreras Staff Writer Homelessness in California has surged at alarming rates in recent years. At over 150,000 homeless citizens, the “Golden State” has the largest homeless population in the nation. California’s homeless population accounts for 22% of the total U.S homeless population. According to the U.S Department of Housing and Urban Development, the current homeless population of California

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Distance learning is a hard, but necessary transition during COVID-19

By Elizandra Zelaya, Angelina Gonzalez and Morgan Dundas Staff Writers For decades, school has been much more than just a basic education. Social skills, leadership roles, learning how to advocate for themselves and building relationships with their community. Now, students all around the world are being faced with finishing off their academic year behind a screen in their home. Summit

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Tahoma students and staff reflect on the issue of vaping on campus

By Kainoa Garo, Nethan Sivarapu and Ian Vu Staff Writers Vaping is a problem that has prompted schools around the country to create various methods to limit student vaping. These methods include educating students and their families about the dangers of vaping.  With many Tahoma students and families expressing concern about vaping on campus, students and faculty have answered questions

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