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Pfizer Vaccine approved for 12-15-Year-Olds

Justin Litvak, Staff Writer May 31, 2021

   As COVID-19 cases drop and vaccines become more widely available, kids between the ages of 12 and 15 are now eligible for the Pfizer vaccine. The CDC and FDA approved the use of the Pfizer-BioNtech...

West Ranch holds in-person graduation for the Class of 2021 as COVID-19 cases continue to decline

West Ranch holds in-person graduation for the Class of 2021 as COVID-19 cases continue to decline

Noor Baber and Jasmine Wongphatarakul May 30, 2021

   Graduation is a significant milestone. It signifies a transition to the next phase of one’s life. Each year’s ceremony is an important event where seniors wear their caps and gowns and receive...

West Ranch Ceramics brings their imagination to life through creative expression

West Ranch Ceramics brings their imagination to life through creative expression

Stephen Kim and Alyssa Chang May 28, 2021

   Ceramics is a class offered here at West Ranch for students interested in learning handbuilding techniques, the history of ceramics, and creative expression. By learning about sculptures and how to...

Project 691: encouraging students to push the boundaries of STEM

Project 691: encouraging students to push the boundaries of STEM

Noor Baber, Staff Writer May 27, 2021

   Today, STEM plays an important role in our society. It allows engineers to create the technology to send rovers to Mars. It powers our homes. It creates the technology behind the phones, cars, and...

Teacher of the Year: Ms. Frame

Teacher of the Year: Ms. Frame

Haley Choe, Staff Writer May 20, 2021

   The Teacher of the Year Award is an annual honor given to one West Ranch teacher whose efforts have been exceptional in creating a better educational environment. The 2020-2021 school year brought...

The Reopening of the Library

The Reopening of the Library

Andrew Kang, Staff Writer May 19, 2021

   The West Ranch Library reopened its doors to students with unprecedented safety precautions and procedures to account for the unique circumstances of hybrid learning. All year long, the library staff...

The Stevenson Ranch Library reopens after closure for over a year

The Stevenson Ranch Library reopens after closure for over a year

Isabella Truong and Anika Sachdeva May 19, 2021

As LA County continues to make major progress in flattening the COVID-19 case curve, some indoor facilities have been cleared to re-open. Local libraries have begun to offer in-person services. Let’s...

West Ranch teachers transition to hybrid format from teaching completely online throughout most of this school year

West Ranch teachers transition to hybrid format from teaching completely online throughout most of this school year

Alyssa Chang and Lauren Guss May 17, 2021

   After over a year of Zoom calls, Google Meets, and staring at computer screens for over four hours a day, the William S. Hart Union High School District has finally reopened its doors to long-missed...

Magic Mountains Re-opening

Magic Mountains Re-opening

Justin Litvak, Staff Writer April 23, 2021

     As a result of California entering the red tier, theme parks along with many other attractions and businesses were able to re-open. Six Flags Magic Mountain re-opened on April 1st with guidelines...

SCV City Council allows the expansion of Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital

SCV City Council allows the expansion of Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital

Iman Baber and Noor Baber April 22, 2021

On Tuesday, April 13, the Santa Clarita City Council congregated for a bi-monthly meeting. The primary item on the agenda was a proposal to expand Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital.  The proposal entails...

Disneyland Reopening

Disneyland Reopening

Noor Baber, Staff Writer April 21, 2021

A typical day at the happiest place on Earth is filled with exciting roller coasters and rides, enormous fireworks displays, and memorable souvenirs. After being closed for a year due to the pandemic,...

Scholarships for Students

Scholarships for Students

Haley Choe, Staff Writer April 21, 2021

   According to the 2015-16 National Postsecondary Student Aid Study, 63.3 percent of undergraduate students received some type of college grant. These funds would include either scholarships or tuition...

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