High Tide

Stress Less, RUHS

Natalia van Duyne, Staff Writer

November 12, 2019

Homework, family, friends and sports are just some of the things that can cause stress. Senior Brianna Baker is working towards fixing this problem and increasing positivity in her community. Baker is planning a Kindness Week on November 12-15 to help students to improve their happiness and to release ...

Dia De Los Muertos: A Day of Love and Celebration

Ruby Crosthwait, Staff Writer

November 12, 2019

Faces painted white and black walk the rows of the library, their skeleton faces spreading into smiles as they surrounded themselves with memories of lives now gone, and the celebrations of the living. Through food, altars, and colorful pinatas, Spanish students celebrate the Day of the Dead with their ...

English class shuffle

English class shuffle

Sarah Falahahwazi, Staff Writer

February 21, 2019

As next year’s course selection rapidly approaches, students have only a few contemplative weeks left before the decisive day. In the meantime, incoming juniors and seniors may be surprised to find that a different selection of English electives await them. While the previous schedule permitted junior...

Birds take flight

Grace Molinero and Summer Saad

December 21, 2018

City Council members are doing their best to regulate the scooter Bird as they become more popular in the South Bay. According to John Larock, a staff advisor on community service, on December 7, City Council received an email from Bird on a pop up-event that was going to take place for a few day...

Under Fire

Angie Tait, Staff Writer

December 6, 2018

With close ties to the tragic Borderline shooting and Woolsey Fire in early November, it’s safe to say Amy Doran has had a difficult month. Doran, who is a longtime friend of Assistant Principal Megan Schooler, and her husband Christopher, an Associate Professor of Religion at Pepperdine, were cl...

Living up to the hype?

Analise Asaro, News Editor

September 27, 2018

After a year of noise and construction, the 900s building was finally finished in August. English teachers Emily Krueger, Angie Yi, Cassandra Jones, and science teacher Salwa Sabet were chosen to receive classrooms in the new building. “I love the new building. It is spacious and I love the high ceiling because it g...

Staying in touch

Maia Ward, Staff Writer

May 29, 2018

RBUSD will test a new app, Titan Health & Security Technologies (Titan HST), to respond to emergency cases across the district, such as fires, medical issues and school shootings. The app offers businesses and schools, which are referred to as “sites,” multiple features, including instant mes...

Golden voices, golden prize

Martha Farah, Staff Writer

May 8, 2018

Advanced Choir attended the Worldstrides Heritage Choral Festival in San Francisco on April 12-15, winning gold in the 3A Chamber Choir category. The schools were divided into groups according to the number of participants. “After winning, it was such a wonderful feeling because we worked really hard...

Scheduling Conflict

Scheduling Conflict

Analise Asaro, Staff Writer

May 3, 2018

Students in Redondo Unified School District have experienced stack schedule, which is all classes in one day, and block schedule, which is three classes a day for a longer period of time. Although these are the most common types of schedules for high schools, there are a variety of others. In bloc...

Traffic Jam

Traffic Jam

Lorraina Scolaro, Staff Writer

May 3, 2018

zAnnoying, frustrating, and stressful is how students and teachers in nearby classrooms describe the ongoing construction near the 700 buildings. “I’m really annoyed with it. I know we need the classes but I wish there was a more effective way to do it.  I can’t hear the teacher sometimes ...

Forging a path ahead

Forging a path ahead

Angie Tait, Staff Writer

April 29, 2018

AP Environmental Science students took part in an extra credit opportunity at Hopkins Wilderness Park, Redondo Beach on Saturday, April 22. Working alongside a group of students from Parras Middle School, APES teacher Gillian Moberg led the RUHS students in the first of many activities meant to “revitalize”...

A smile that could light up a room

A smile that could light up a room

Lorraina Scalaro, Staff Writer

March 29, 2018

Around the end of February, math teacher Ben Wakefield had a conversation with freshman Vincent Barbee.   The two talked about the Stoneman Douglas High School shooting that had recently occurred; Wakefield confided in Barbee that in the case that an active shooter came into the classroom...