Sophomores make lunches for food pantry

Sophomores make lunches for food pantry

The sophomore dean groups competed against each other to make the most sack lunches for the North Hollywood Interfaith Food Pantry during Monday‚Äôs class meeting hosted by Community Council. Originally, Community Council was going to give a party as a prize to the group that made the most lunches. However, supplies ran out at the […]

10th grade course now teaches safety

By Ally White Safety tips will return to the Choices and Challenges curriculum this year after a four years absence. With unmonitored access to social media, and sophomores beginning to drive, the reintroduction was deemed important by security. Security guards Jim Crawford and Mark Geiger will discuss safety both inside and outside of school. “[With] […]

31 students chosen as Peer Support trainees

By Camille Shooshani Peer Support advisers Luba Bek and Sheila Siegel and this year’s coordinators chose 31 sophomores to be trainees for the program next year. Sixty-five sophomores applied, Bek said in an email to all applicants. Peer Support Trainees 2012-2013: Anser Abbas Patrick Angelo Brooke Bagnall Conor Belfield Zita Biosah Jake Bracken Amiya Brown […]

Teachers adjust to change in course loads

By Rebecca Nussbaum First quarter is when students adjust to new teachers, subjects and schedules. But the changes are not limited to students. On the other side of the desk, many teachers are adjusting to new courses. Upper School Science Department Head Larry Axelrod teaches a period of chemistry after teaching only Adanced Placement Biology […]

Fanatic Fest to include Luau Day

By Rebecca Nussbaum The annual Fanatic Fest was held last week during the days leading up to Homecoming on Oct. 1. Familiar dress up days include Monday’s ‘80s day, Tuesday’s sports day and Friday’s colors day, where sophomores wear red, juniors wear white and seniors wear black. Each year the Fanatics choose the theme for one day, […]

Cheerleaders to compete with expanding program

By Micah Sperling The cheerleading squad is primed for this season with more members than ever before. This year, there are 23 cheerleaders on the team. In addition to cheering at the school’s sporting events, the team will take part in both dance and cheer competitions throughout the year. The team did not compete last […]

Boys' cross country finishes second at Mt. SAC, girls' team places third

By Julius Pak The boys’ cross country team narrowly lost to Notre Dame in the sweepstakes race at the Mt. San Antonio College Invitational last Friday. The Wolverines trailed Notre Dame by 16 points. Kevin On ’11 led the team with a fifth place finish and a time of 15:30, the Wolverine record for the course. Aaron de […]

Locker selections to be held online next year

By Saj Sri-Kumar Sign-ups for lockers will be held online for the first time next year, Assistant to the Head of Upper School Michelle Bracken said. Students will log on the Student Portal to select an individual locker. The seniority system, where seniors are allowed to select lockers first, followed by juniors and finally by […]