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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...

Pfizer vaccines available for children under 5

Pfizer vaccines available for children under 5

Lower form eligible for further vaccination
Nicole Klein and Amelia Berger February 3, 2022

WEB EXCLUSIVE The Biden Administration agreed as of yesterday to distribute Pfizer vaccines for children ages five and under by March. “I think it’d be great for younger kids to get the vaccine,”...

Thrifting gets shifty

Thrifting gets shifty

Buying secondhand poses moral issues
Tabitha Parent, Managing Editor March 30, 2021

Walk down Haight Street and you’re bound to see gaggles of teenage girls holding bags stuffed with $5 or less items from Goodwill or Buffalo Exchange. While there is no denying that buying secondhand...

The global politics class finishes their last class of the second session. The class will reconvene next year in January.

Second session concludes

Classes end after a four week long period.
Paige Retajczyk, Senior Reporter October 16, 2020

WEB EXCLUSIVE With the end of the second session on Oct. 15 and continued distance learning, students’ attitudes are less than enthusiastic about the schedule structure.  “Towards the end of the...

Seniors Isabella Bermejo and Molly Brown eat lunch in the main hall while wearing multiple layers. Temperatures in San Francisco averaged around low 40s this week and even lead to snow on high peaks around the Bay Area.

Students bundle up as cold weather hits Bay Area

Jordan Russell, Sports Editor February 6, 2019

WEB EXCLUSIVE With temperatures averaging low 40s this week, students are cranking up the heat at home and bundling up during classes and extracurriculars in parkas, trench coats, beanies and gloves. “I've...

Juniors Margaret Millar, Zoë Forbes and Julianna Ovalle crowd over a computer to see the news about the bomb threats. Students in HL Global Politics discussed the issues in class.

Bay Area bomb threat hoax concerns students and faculty

Sophia Aeby, Senior Reporter December 14, 2018

WEB EXCLUSIVE An email sent out by Life Director Michael Buckley warned students about police activity around Laurel, Presidio and Pacific Heights neighborhoods yesterday afternoon. “My initial reaction...

Junior Arianna Nassiri tapes snowflakes on the wall outside of the Syufy Theater for the art show. The exhibit will open on Dec. 12.

IB students prepare for art show

Amy Phipps, Reporter December 10, 2018

WEB EXCLUSIVE International Baccalaureate art students prepare for their art show today, ‘Wonder In Winter,’ which will showcase pieces about students’ identities. “Within IB Year I, we start...

Students line up to hug Academic Support Director Betsy Pfeiffer on her last day at the school. Pfeiffer has worked at Convenf High School since 2014 and will continue to work with the school until the end of the year.

Students give gratitude for departing faculty member

Caroline Thompson, Senior Reporter September 28, 2018

WEB EXCLUSIVE Tearful gratitudes and parting messages for Academic Support Director Betsy Pfeiffer were shared by students during chapel today on Pfeiffer’s last day at school. “I am grateful for...

Many shops and restaurants line Chestnut Street including Taco Bar, Brandy Melville, Books Inc., Squat and Gobble and Super Duper. Chestnut Street is a popular hangout spot for students after school and on the weekends for exercise, food, and shopping.

Museums provide enrichment

Local exhibits offer students discounted tickets, programs, exhibits.
Arianna Nassiri, Senior Reporter May 24, 2018

From modern art to Monet and Japanese sculpture gardens, San Francisco boasts several opportunities for students to visit museums at free or reduced prices. “Having access to free museums is important...

Junior Maggie Walter reviews an example passage from a past AP English Language and Composition exam. Walter will take the exam on Wednesday, May 16 with the rest of the IB and Honors English III Convent & Stuart Hall students.

Junior English classes prep for AP exam

Cece Giarman, Editor-in-Chief May 8, 2018

WEB EXCLUSIVE As students enrolled in Advanced Placement classes use their final classes for last minute studying for exams, a majority of juniors used their English class time to begin preparation for...

Senior Halie Kim helps senior Guilia Oltranti during peer tutoring session. The students in the room worked with each other as well as with Kim during the tutoring session.

Math club offers peer tutoring sessions

Caroline Thompson, Reporter November 2, 2017

The math club hosted a peer tutoring session for all students looking for math help today. “The peer tutoring sessions are pretty new, and we hope that they will grow and stick,” club advisor Ken...

Steering away from a license

Steering away from a license

Teens are waiting longer to get behind the wheel.
Mason Cooney, Assistant Features Editor September 28, 2017

While high schoolers in the ’90’s movie “Clueless” hustled to get their driver’s licenses once they turned 16, many teens are tending to hold off until much later to start driving. “I haven’t...

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