February 25, 2020

Missing France but glad to have moved here

Posted on May 29, 2019 by in Op-Ed


Alex Glebov
Chronicle Reporter

It is pretty crazy to me that I have been living in America for two years already. I moved here from France when I was 17. It feels that it wasn’t even long ago that I was back in France going to my high school there, but now it’s been two whole years since I moved, and I’m now a senior who is right about to graduate. It’s really a weird feeling that it’s the end of high school for me and that I’m moving on to college soon. I’m honestly really excited for college and can’t wait to see what will happen there.

I do have to say that I miss France; the sea there was really beautiful and I do miss my friends, but I’m glad that I moved here. I met a lot of new wonderful people and just had a blast being here. Moving to a new country was a really nice change of pace for me, and I’m really happy that I ended up coming here.

Mercury scare temporarily closes two classrooms

Posted on May 15, 2019 by in Announcements


Alex Glebov
Chronicle Reporter

As some students have noticed, Rooms 310 and 311 have been sealed of with yellow tape to stop people from entering. The reason for the seal was that Frank Muniz, plant manager, had contacted the Office of Environmental Health and Safety to test the classrooms to see if mercury was present.

The reason for the test was that a teacher in one of those classrooms had felt ill and Assistant Principal Pacino Furioso suspected a thermostat breaking and causing a mercury leak, as there was a case of a thermostat breaking before.

Both classes were relocated just to not take any chances with a potential mercury leak, and to give time to OEHS to come in and test the classrooms with a state-of-the-art device for mercury. The tests showed that there was no mercury leak in any of the classrooms and everything will go back to the usual very soon.

Hiking to the Hollywood sign

Posted on April 24, 2019 by in Announcements


Alex Glebov
Chronicle Reporter

The annual Sheik-A-Thon is here. This Saturday you can come and join this fun fundraiser with everyone on a hike to the Hollywood sign. If you donate $5 you will get a t-shirt for the Sheik-A-Thon. This is an event that everyone is welcome to join, so make sure to come and bring your friends. Make sure to bring plenty of water and sunscreen as you want to stay hydrated and avoid a sunburn.

The event will be held this Saturday, April 27, and will go on from 8:00am to 2:00pm. Please get a participation slip from your teachers and bring it with you on Saturday signed. Everyone that is coming must be at the orange gate before 8:30am. The buses leave for Griffith Park at 8:30am and will bring you back to school at 2:00pm.

No rushing last minute on hour log!

Posted on February 6, 2019 by in News


Alex Glebov
Chronicle Reporter

A reminder to all seniors to make sure that you complete your hours for your senior project. With one month already into 2019, you can not start getting lazy with your hour log. The senior project is very important for you graduation and should not be neglected until the last minute. For those who do not know what the senior project is, the senior project is something that seniors have to do that includes a research paper, a presentation and 20 hours of independent work. Those hours have to be written down an hour log that then has to singed by a mentor teacher that you choose.

It’s best to put an hour or 2 aside to work on your senior project each day and your our log will be completed in no time without you even noticing that you fulfilled the hour requirement. Best of luck to all seniors working on your project!

Sounds of the Season Holiday Show

Posted on December 5, 2018 by in News


Alex Glebov

Chronicle Reporter

Tomorrow the choir is putting on a holiday show. The choir has been working tirelessly since the beginning of the year to perfect their songs for all of us to hear. Roughly 50 students will be signing in perfect harmony in the show, so come on down to support choir on their big day.

The show will take place Thursday  in the auditorium at 6pm and will last until 7:30pm. Tickets can be bought at the student store for $3 with a student ID, and $5 without an ID.

A trip down to UCLA

Posted on November 8, 2018 by in Uncategorized


Alex Glebov

Chronicle Reporter

During this week i had the chance of going to UCLA for my TCA senior project.  Me and 3 other students were taken to the university by a teacher after school to help us find an expert in our topics to interview. Luckily the day we went had almost no traffic and we got there in about 20 minutes. Once we got to the University we ended up going to many departments that might have a lead for our project subjects there, and going door by door in those departments to introduce ourselves to the professors and see if they happen to study the subjects we need or know a professor that does.

After all of us had all gotten contact information for professors that studied subjects we need, so that later on we could schedule an interview with them. We all took a look around the university, stopping by the gift shop and then getting something to eat at the dining center. We decided to call it a day and all went back home after a fun field trip to UCLA.

Fire drill happening first thing in the morning!

Posted on October 17, 2018 by in News


Alex Glebov

Chronicle Reporter

Tomorrow at 9:30 am a fire and earthquake drill will happen. The first drill will be the earthquake drill where audio of an earthquake will be played over the loudspeaker, and students will be required to take up the “Drop, Cover, and Hold” positions in the classrooms. This drill will last only 5 minutes and will then be followed by the fire drill.

The fire drill will start at 9:35 am and will last for almost 40 minutes. During that time classes will take roll and leave for the field where everyone will have to wait until the drill is over. Tomorrow will be quite hot so make sure not to wear anything too warm as you will be standing in the sun for quite some time.

Will Fridays football game be an easy win?

Posted on October 4, 2018 by in Sports


Alex Glebov

Chronicle Reporter

The Sheiks have another Football game this Friday, in which they will be playing against the Contreras Cobras. After our win against the Marquez Gladiators, members of the team feel really confident against Contreras on the game coming up. Saying that we are almost certain to win. Which would make this our 4th win this season.

Although we had a tough time after our first game we can change things around now. So everyone should make sure to come out on Friday Oct. 5 to the football game to support our team. The game starts at 7pm, so get your tickets and make sure not to miss the game.

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