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Masks no longer mandatory

Masks no longer mandatory

Masking mandate lifted for school community
Nicole Klein, Senior Reporter March 7, 2022

WEB EXCLUSIVE | Convent & Stuart Hall will follow suit with the city in no longer enforcing masks in schools beginning on March 12. “I think it’s going to be a good thing that we won’t have...

Governor Gavin Newsom effectively lifted the mask mandate beginning today. All educational facilities, however, still must require facial coverings indoors.

Statewide mask mandate lifted

Masks still required on campus
Amelia Froyd-Kamrath, Senior Reporter February 17, 2022

Between Super Bowl Sunday and upcoming ski week break, California is lifting the state-wide mask mandate effective today, Feb. 17.  The lifting of the mandate was announced by California Governor Gavin...

Spring sports on track

Spring sports on track

New season commences amidst variants
Elizabeth Klimek and Margaux Tellini January 31, 2022

WEB EXCLUSIVE | The racket hits the birdie across the net, arms stroke through the water, feet push off the blocks, all symbolizing that the spring season has begun.  The final sports season of the...

FDA approves Pfizer vaccine

FDA approves Pfizer vaccine

Approval opens the door for COVID-19 vaccine mandates
Ella Noblin, Social Media Editor August 23, 2021

WEB EXCLUSIVE | The US Food and Drug Administration granted approval of the Pfizer/BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine for those 16 and older on Monday, the first COVID-19 vaccine to be granted approval by the FDA. “The...

Junior Shana Ong receives her first dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine on the Broadway campus. Convent & Stuart Hall began facilitating COVID-19 vaccinations on campus through Mission Wellness to individuals 16 years and older on April 23 and 12 years and older on May 14.

California Dreamin’

Vaccinations, low coronavirus rates, begin a return to normalcy
Ella Noblin, Reporter May 21, 2021

Californians are feeling a renewed sense of optimism with expanded vaccine eligibility, San Francisco moving into the Yellow Tier, the CDC relaxing mask guidelines, and California Gov. Gavin Newsom announcing...

COVID-19 restrictions loosened

COVID-19 restrictions loosened

Vaccinated individuals may gather in groups, walk outdoors without masks
Alina Kushner , Senior Reporter May 7, 2021

The California Department of Public Health issued an update on COVID-19 safety protocols and announced that the City and County of San Francisco moved into the least restrictive tier, Yellow, on May...

Freshman Ashlyn Grove layers two masks in order to increase virus protection. The general recommendation is to wear a cloth mask over a medical mask for a better fit.

Double the mask, double the protection

Mask layering may increase safety
Madeline Thiara, Senior Reporter February 10, 2021

WEB EXCLUSIVE Wearing one mask seemed strange last March, and now in 2021, one is not enough. Double-masking is an increasingly popular strategy to add another layer of protection as new variants of the...

High school set to return to campus

High school set to return to campus

Concerns center around social behavior off-campus
Olivia Rounsaville, Kassie DeJean, and Ella Noblin November 2, 2020

Although a return date has not been announced yet, faculty and staff are busy preparing to bring high schoolers back on campus. Despite school-wide protocols, special considerations and concerns remain...

When returning to in-person learning, maintain six feet of distance at school and keep masks on.

Make responsible choices when returning to school

The possibility of in-person learning causes concern for staying open after return
Staff Editorial October 26, 2020

Once school returns to in-person learning, seeing classmates on campus may feel like a reversion to old habits and social norms, however, an action as simple as giving a friend a hug could force the school...

Senior Ella Ghazinouri practices with Marin Rowing Association in Greenbrae during sunset. Ghazinouri is contacting Division-I coaches virtually since the NCAA has banned in-person recruitment.

College recruitment turns virtual

NCAA bans in-person contact between coaches and athletes
Madeline Thiara, Senior Reporter September 24, 2020

The National Collegiate Athletic Association has banned all in-person Division-I recruiting due to COVID-19 health concerns until Jan. 1, but coaches are allowed to be in contact with athletes as long...

A smokey haze obscures the view of the Golden Gate Bridge from Pacific Heights. The air quality today was red according to SFCityNow.

Unhealthy air quality continues

The Bay Area feels the effects of the fires raging throughout California
Olivia Rounsaville, Senior Reporter September 14, 2020

WEB EXCLUSIVE Today marks the record-breaking 38th consecutive spare the air day from the recent wildfires that have created unhealthy air quality. “I feel like the smoke has been unhealthy for so...

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.

Community makes masks to follow city orders

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...

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