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Hobbies help ease anxiety amidst pandemic

Hobbies help ease anxiety amidst pandemic

Kassie DeJean, Reporter

April 27, 2020

WEB EXCLUSIVE The current statewide shelter-in-place order has some teens experiencing loneliness or anxiousness, but they can combat these emotions by connecting with friends or trying new things. “To cope with all the social distancing I downloaded the app Calm and have been working with breath...

Community makes masks to follow city orders

President Ann Marie Krejcarek wears one of the masks she made out of bandanas for hospitals and nursing homes in need of masks. Residents of San Francisco had until April 22 to acquire a mask before the city requires everyone to wear one in public.

Nina Gutierrez, Reporter

April 27, 2020

WEB EXCLUSIVE The San Francisco Department of Public Health’s requirement that everyone wear face coverings as of April 22 in an attempt to slow the spread of the coronavirus has people making their own protective masks to comply with the city order. Students with sewing experience are using the...

Blog: Virtual Learning

Students in B period IB Global Politics Year 1 gather for an online Zoom conference call in their respective rooms. Students are attending class periods and meeting with teachers on Zoom while also using other online tools like the LMS and Kahoot to enhance their new online learning experience.

Tabitha Parent, Senior Reporter

April 5, 2020

WEB EXCLUSIVE My addiction to my phone, while equally impressive and terrifying, is not an indicator of how much I actually enjoy technology. If I’m being honest, I don’t enjoy my phone as much as my mom probably thinks I do. I tend to get overly frustrated, and my troubleshooting methods primari...

Blog: The Viral Aisle

While items like pasta and bread are flying off the shelves of Bryan's market in Laurel Village, juice cartons and juice shots are much less popular. Shoppers are continuing to sweep assorted items off of grocery store shelves in response to the San Francisco Department of Public Health's mandated shelter in place.

Tabitha Parent, Senior Reporter

March 19, 2020

WEB EXCLUSIVE A few weeks ago, when talk that schools were beginning to close down became prevalent, I started an internal chant of No school, no school, no school and let it play on repeat in my head. But, after visiting a grocery store for the first time since school closed, I wished that I had had a fa...

Remote classes begin Wednesday

Remote classes begin Wednesday

Gabriella Vulakh and Charlotte Ehrlich

March 17, 2020

WEB EXCLUSIVE Even though Governor Gavin Newsom announced Tuesday that most California schools will likely remain closed through the end of the school year due to COVID-19, Convent & Stuart Hall students will begin remote learning on March 18. President Ann Marie Krejcarek sent an email to the C...

Mayor announces ‘shelter-in-place’ protocol

Mayor London Breed announces a

Charlotte Ehrlich, Grace Krumplitsch, Gray Timberlake, and Gabriella Vulakh

March 16, 2020

WEB EXCLUSIVE San Francisco Mayor London Breed announced today via a YouTube live stream that a “shelter in place” order for all San Francisco residents effective midnight tonight, requiring them to stay home except for essential needs in order to slow the spread of the virus until at least April ...

Courses to resume online for high school students on Wednesday

Broadview Editor-in-Chief Gray Timberlake leads a staff meeting via Zoom on the evening of March 13, 2020. Convent & Stuart Hall will use the video conferencing application as part of its delivery of coursework during the closure of the school campuses.

Alina Kushner, Reporter

March 15, 2020

As COVID-19 spreads through the country and with 37 confirmed cases in San Francisco as of 10 a.m. today, Convent & Stuart Hall is transitioning to online learning as means of students and teachers to maintain social distancing. Students will be participating in their classes online using Zoom, a gr...

Athletes find alternative fitness routines

Athletes find alternative fitness routines

Olivia Rounsaville, Senior Reporter

March 10, 2020

WEB EXCLUSIVE In light of the recent coronavirus spread in San Francisco, school administrators have cancelled all sports and workouts in the gym until March 22, which leaves many students without fitness plans for a couple weeks.  “It’s been harder for me to workout because usually I would ...

Athletic events, practices canceled

All athletic games and practices are canceled until March 22 as a precaution against COVID-19. The corona virus is transmitted through airborn droplets on surfaces and close body contact.

Mackenna Moslander and Clara Bonomi

March 10, 2020

WEB EXCLUSIVE  Parents received an email on March 9 from the school administration informing them that all school sports are canceled for the next two weeks due to COVID-19, also known as the coronavirus. The suspension of athletic activities is a precautionary measure to protect students, fa...

Virus causes global health emergency

A grocery store in Singapore is running low on staples such as pasta, oil, flour and rice as families hoard food in preparation of possible quarantine that could prevent shopping. San Francisco residents have reported sending supplies such as food and masks to family
and friends living abroad, but face masks are sold out in most drugstores and online.

Caroline Thompson, Copy Editor

February 15, 2020

Although there have been no cases of COVID-19, commonly referred to as the coronavirus, in San Francisco, the international outbreak of the virus has affected many members of the Sacred Heart community’s families and friends living abroad. COVID-19 is a member of coronaviruses, a large family of...

Students address contagious virus

A map provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention displays the countries to which the Coronavirus has spread. The virus has now affected over 4,000 people in about fifteen different countries, with the death toll exceeding 100.

Alina Kushner, Reporter

January 28, 2020

WEB EXCLUSIVE With the deadly Coronavirus sweeping through China and other parts of the world, students are expressing concerns for friends and family members abroad.  The virus started in the city of Wuhan in China and has spread to about fifteen other countries, including the United States. The vir...

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