HS 1327 News

Fairfax Theater reopens and closes Again

Maddie Biegel
November 20, 2020

The Fairfax theater reopened in September after COVID-19 cases lessened in Marin, but closed again because of a lack of movies to show.

To ensure that the theater was safe, the theater allowed a 25 percent capacity per auditorium, about 7-20 people in each theater. They also spaced people apart by blocking off seats to ensure...

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Owners and staff have to face the new normal during the COVID-19 pandemic as local restaurants are allowed to reopen

Isabella Nash
November 17, 2020

In May, California Governor Gavin Newsom (D) began allowing restaurants to reopen after months of mandated COVID-19 safety closures. In order to remain open local restaurants now need to follow many COVID-19 restrictions.  

Many local restaurants, such as Fairfax Italian eatery Fradelizio’s, are doing their best to appease...

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ASB perseveres through COVID-19 by maintaining positivity and efficiency

Dominic Haggard
November 17, 2020

High School 1327 (HS 1327) is having a pivotal year. Because of the name change, online school, and COVID-19 restrictions, the slope to getting things done has dramatically increased. 

The Associated Student Body (ASB) has always been a large part of the changes and ongoings at HS 1327, arranging...

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High School 1327 opens Connection Center for students

Orion Csizmadia-Zinnes and Aler Giffin
November 5, 2020

On Oct. 5, High School 1327 (HS 1327) announced in an email that it would open  a Connection Center on campus. The Connection Center is stationed in the Student Center of HS 1327 and is open Tuesday to Friday, from 8:15 a.m. to 2:40 p.m. The center offers free breakfast and lunch and welcomes students who need a stable wifi connection, support from teachers, or a quiet...

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November 2020 ballot results

Kelsey Riemer, Website and Social Media Manager
November 4, 2020

With 5 local measures and 12 state propositions, this year’s voters had packed ballots. The presidential election this year is particularly controversial, and the federal response to the global COVID-19 pandemic has caused many to question the current leadership.. After counting in-person and mail-in ballots, the votes are final. 

Marin families forge new Halloween traditions amid COVID-19 pandemic

Dylan Carson
October 30, 2020

Across the nation people celebrate Halloween by trick-or-treating, dressing up in costumes, and handing out candy. But due to COVID-19, families in Marin will not be able to take part in their traditional Halloween celebrations this year.

As the number of COVID-19 cases continues to increase, doctors and health advisors recommend...

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California looks to expand voting rights to 17-year-olds with Proposition 18

Ellis Chamberlin
October 29, 2020

On Nov. 3, voters across California will decide the future of Proposition 18 (Prop 18), a constitutional amendment that would allow new voters to cast their ballots as long as they turn 18 during the election year. If passed, California would join 18 other states who have this law in place. 

Virtual Halloween spirit week celebrations engage student body

Samantha Parr, Managing Editor
October 29, 2020

It’s Halloween time - the leaves on trees are turning colors, tombstone decorations populate front yards of houses, and people dress up in all sorts of costumes on Oct. 31. Due to COVID-19 safety concerns, Halloween festivities may look different this year. In order to unite students and spread the Halloween spirit, the Associated Student Body (ASB) planned a virtual...

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Zoom deprives freshmen of traditional high school experience

Dresden Calabrese
October 22, 2020

High School 1327’s incoming freshmen spent their summer anxiously wondering whether or not school would be in-person or online in the fall. To their surprise, it was announced that school would be computer-based until it was safe to loosen the COVID-19 pandemic precautions. Many members of the class of 2024 yearn for the high school experience that the classes before...

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Boys’ water polo team remains united amid COVID-19 safety concerns

Avery Yudice
October 21, 2020

Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, High School 1327's Boys' Water Polo team is committing to practicing twice a week with mandated safety precautions.

According to Coach Matt Swanson, the boys on the HS 1327 team are also on the Sleepy Hollow Aquatics club team in order to stay in shape and sharpen skills before the official start...

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TUHSD will model hybrid of in-person and remote learning starting January 2021

Alice Simenstad and Dylan Carson
October 9, 2020

On the morning of Friday, Oct 9, the Tamalpais Union High School District (TUHSD) Superintendent Tara Taupier sent out an email to students and families announcing the start of hybrid learning in January of 2021.

Students will return to campus in January at the...

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Measure M vote may determine quality of education for future students

Jacob Weller, Interactive Media Manager
October 4, 2020

On Nov. 3, Marin voters will be deciding on Measure M, a straight renewal parcel tax for the Tamalpais Union High School District (TUHSD). The measure needs a 66.7 percent majority to pass. 

Measure M would make no changes to the current tax (keeping the $469 rate) for the next nine and a half years until Jan. 2030.

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