Category Archives: Everest

Summit Weekly Briefing of 4/18/2022

Your Summit Weekly Briefing By Ashwath Vimal, Angela Hwang and Ethan Ignatovsky Staff Writers   Disclaimer: Though the Weekly Briefings are no longer tagged in the Opinions section of Summit News and we try to remain as unbiased as possible, our opinions may show through in this article, especially in the “Actions” section.   Summit:  Read Staff Writer Diana Morales’s

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SMC COVID-19 Surge Unrests Everest, Admin Tells: ‘Avoid Complacency’

Student at EPHS wearing a mask

By Eastersun Digo Staff Editor   REDWOOD CITY – SMC COVID cases soar and this raises worry about the safety of learners in Redwood City, San Mateo. Ever since the rigorous vaccination efforts of the San Mateo County Health Department (SMCH) began, the weekly mean of COVID cases in the county has gone down. However, this week, SMCH saw an

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Uniform schedule impacts students’ lives across Bay Area campuses this school year

By Evelyn Archibald and Judy Ly   Editors-in-Chief Denali senior William Torborg said it is hard for most students to stay focused for long durations. He pointed out that as a student with ADHD, it is harder for him to maintain concentration in class.  “It’s not like, the most fun to sit through four and a half hours of class

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Botany will be offered as a new Expeditions course

By Molly Pigot Everest Editor-in-Chief  Coming to Expeditions in the 2019-20 school year will be Botany, a brand new course that will be offered at Everest and Rainier. It will be taught by current College Readiness teacher, Jane Rieder. This course offers a new type of learning experience for students interested in plants and Life Sciences. Botany is the study

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The last hurrah: Planning graduation

By Jennifer Valencia Everest Editor-in-Chief Graduating high school is something every high schooler dreams of throughout the four years. The rigorous process students must go through in order to achieve the goal of graduating high school is a long one. Not only must students experience the confusion and emotional distress of experiencing high school, they must also grow up and

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Everest Student Government successfully hosts Winter Formal

By Molly Pigot Everest Editor-in-Chief Promoting leadership among students is very important to the culture of Everest. Because of this, programs such as Student Government are promoted to students. This program, run by AP U.S. History teacher, Emmalee Austin, allows students to take initiative in their school and allows for them to plan events such as Community Night, Winter Formal

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