On Feb. 20, the San Mateo Police Department notified the Aragon administration of a threat on the school at 2 p.m. The threat was later declared non-credible, but cautionary measures were taken during sixth period and throughout the day.
Learn more about PyeongChang games and the history of the modern Olympics.
Get a glimpse of what it’s like to work at the school lunch line and the benefits and drawbacks of working there.
Learn what motivates students to invest in stocks, bitcoin, and virtual items.
The SPCA provides a unique volunteer opportunity for students who love animals or are looking to step out of their comfort zone to gain an invaluable learning experience while earning community service hours.
After months of preparation, Campus Connections and Renaissance Leadership held its second biennial Lip Dub on Jan. 26. The school day followed a special bell schedule, with the filming for the Lip Dub taking place before lunch.
The San Mateo Union High School District board approved a proposal for a new sustainability policy that addresses a variety of environmental concerns within the district. The policy, which went into effect Oct. 12, includes changes to energy, water and waste reduction, recycling, new construction designed for modernization and transportation, all of which are covered in the board’s $130,000 budget.
Read about a family with a history of excelling Aragon basketball players.
The use of cards on school property has been banned to prevent students from gambling. Even so, many students still play card games such as Uno, Poker and Go Fish at school — both for fun and to gamble money.
Edition 58, Issue 6
Design Tech High School’s new campus on the Oracle Headquarters opened in early January to kick off the semester.
From addressing gender discrimination, to changing hiring practices, to lowering minimum wage and more, numerous California laws have been put into action at the start of the new year. Check them out below.