The Broadview

Happy Thanksgiving!

Happy Thanksgiving!

November 21, 2022

The floats are currently being displayed in the Gallery at Broadway. The Macys Thanksgiving Day Float Parade, which the competition was based off of, began in 1924.

Parade floats on Broadway

Students create floats to showcase what they are grateful for
Charlotte Morris, Reporter November 18, 2022

Students split into their advisory groups to create Thanksgiving floats which were judged at chapel on Wednesday.  The Flotella challenge was a schoolwide competition presented by English teacher Julia...

Students looking at the DeYoung’s Faith Ringgold: American People exhibit. The class learned about Ringgold leading up to the visit and her work is on the Advanced Placement test.

For art’s sake

AP Art History visited exhibits at the DeYoung
Sofia Kozlova, Reporter November 17, 2022

Students in Advanced Placement Art History class went to the DeYoung and visited Ramses the Great and the Gold of the Pharaohs and Faith Ringgold: American People on Wednesday. The Ramses exhibit included...

Reynolds at the Young Peoples Literature Conference. Reynolds spoke tonight from 6-7:30.

Time to talk with Jayson Reynolds

Book talk with award-winning author
Fiona Kenny, Reporter November 16, 2022

Author Jayson Reynolds visited students, parents, and faculty at the Broadway campus to speak on his novel, “Long Way Down” at 6 p.m. today. The majority of Convent & Stuart Hall students have...

Students wrote about what they are thankful for on leaves to celebrate Thanksgiving. The Thanksgiving board can be found on the Broadway campus and will be open to additions even after break.

Thanksgiving break approaches

Students reflect on work buildup and prepare for travel
Heidi Yeung and Sophia Cuperstein November 15, 2022

Now that there aren’t as many COVID-19 restrictions, many students and families are taking advantage of safe traveling opportunities to travel during Thanksgiving break.  Many teachers are beginning...

SIA hosts food drive

SIA hosts food drive

Students donate to St. Anthony’s
Amrita Rajpal and Anabel Harris November 14, 2022

A food drive held by the Students in Action Club (SIA) will collect non-perishable foods to donate to St. Anthony’s Church. Food such as rice, pasta, sugar, peanut butter, canned goods, and flour are...

Senior Brock Bisaillon punts a ball. The mens football team plays 8 V. 8 football in the NCS League.

Knights to quarterfinals

Black-out theme at Kezar Stadium
Amrita Rajpal, Reporter November 11, 2022

Tonight, the #1 Knights will take on #8 Round Valley at 7 p.m. at Kezar Stadium for the North Coast Section (NCS) quarterfinal football game. Students are encouraged to participate in a black-out spirit...

Recent elections have had a rise in youth voting. The 2018 midterm election saw 31% of young, eligible voters at the polls.

Youth population at polls increases

Midterm elections featured a younger turnout
Sofia Kozlova, Reporter November 10, 2022

The midterm election on Nov. 8 gathered 30% of voters aged 18-29 — making this the second highest youth turnout in the last 3 decades for a midterm — the highest in 2018. “I worked the polls in...

Students purchase home baked goods in the Main Hall at the Broadway campus. The SF Marin Food Bank distributes around 1,300,000 meals every week.

Food for all

Club holds bake sale in support of food bank
Fiona Kenny, Reporter November 9, 2022

Baking For Change held lunch-time bake sales at both campuses today. With their proceeds going directly to the SF Marin Food Bank, students are aiding those in need with every dollar. “Baking for...

National math exam offered to students

National math exam offered to students

Students expand their knowledge problem solving based math
Amrita Rajpal and Giovanna Franceschi November 4, 2022

After school on Nov. 16, students in grades 9-12 will have the opportunity to participate in the AMC 10/12 math exam, hosted by the American Math Association. The 75-minute test consists of 25 multiple...

Warming up for winter

Warming up for winter

Coat drive hosted for the community
Sofia Kozlova, Reporter November 3, 2022

In partnership with the national nonprofit One Warm Coat, students are able to donate used coats through Friday, Nov. 3. Collection baskets for the coats are placed on both the Broadway and Pine-Octavia...

UNICEF bake sale

UNICEF bake sale

Club holds bake sale for students
Charlotte Morris, Reporter November 2, 2022

Today, club members hosted a bake sale to raise money for United Nations International Emergency Children’s Fund, or UNICEF. The theme for the bake sale was “fall treats”.  The sale had a diverse...

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