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Homestead High School's student newspaper

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Having time to myself allowed me to create my own schedule.

Self-pacing or self-fulfilling prophecy

By Saira Ahmed and Karuna Chandran December 20, 2022

We need to learn at our own pace Asynchronous days were everything I needed in the midst of a hectic school week during remote learning. I loved the ability to choose when I wanted to complete my work...

Summer Trends

By Zeinab Rakhshandehroo September 13, 2022

The Epitaph: Online Summer Trends by Zeinab Rakhshandehroo

LIVING THE LIBRARIAN LIFE: Verna Grant helps students with their library-related needs, such as with Chromebook distribution.

Teacher-Librarian Verna Grant reflects on her experiences at HHS

By Joss Broward November 8, 2021

On any given school day, you can find Teacher-Librarian Verna Grant buzzing around the library, trying to help as many students as possible. Grant said her job entails providing assistance for library-related...

Sophomore Andria Cao feels optimistic about next year despite her hardships.

Getting candid about connections with Cao

By Christine Kim May 6, 2021

Sophomore Andria Cao said in a Zoom interview that over the year of online classes, she lost touch with her friends, interests and “disconnected.”  “Distance learning has really made me feel...

Schools in countries like England, France, Israel, Japan, and the United States have been forced to adapt to the situation at hand.

Learning during COVID-19

By Lia Klebanov November 16, 2020

The ongoing pandemic has affected Bay Area schools in many ways, but it has also altered the education of students living in other parts of the world. Osnat Ziv is attending an in-person school in Leeds,...

The brain can do amazing things, but keep in mind that the brain is as strong as you are when it comes to stress.

Home life, online school only pile on to preexisting stress

By Yukari E. Zapata June 15, 2020

For many students, attending school is an anxiety- and stress-filled experience that gets more difficult as assignments and work start piling up.  However, once schools shut down, one main concern was...

Athena Tutoring is a online tutoring platform created by HHS students and alumni. The group is adapting to help tutor students during online classes.

Students create Athena Tutoring as platform for online learning

By Naomi Baron April 1, 2020

Named after the Greek goddess of knowledge and wisdom, Athena Tutoring is an online tutoring platform created by current students and HHS alumni.  Through Athena, students can ask questions and...

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