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March Briefly

March Briefly

Tribe Tribune Staff

March 12, 2020

Coronavirus outbreak disrupts student life On March 11, the FJUHSD office sent out an email notifying students and parents that an FUHS student may have been exposed to Coronavirus and, therefore, is on self-quarantine. As for now, no drastic measures will be taken by the district, but officials are work...

Defries wins Certificated Employee of the Year

Defries wins Certificated Employee of the Year

Jackson Jerome, Reporter

March 12, 2020

Counselor Erin Defries was getting ready to leave at the end of the school day when a staff meeting was called. She needed to run some errands before she got home, so she hoped this wouldn’t take long. Soon after teachers and staff arrived, principal Laura Rubio announced that Defries had been selected...

Conde awarded Classified Employee of the Year

Conde awarded Classified Employee of the Year

Betsy Barreto, Photo Editor

March 12, 2020

Although most teachers have their own classroom, guidance technicians Anali Conde and Michelle Dorado share the College and Career Center by the lower library. But Dorado doesn’t view this as a disadvantage. “I couldn’t think of someone better who I would want next to me all day,” Dorado said....

ASB announces Sadie’s theme

ASB announces Sadie’s theme

Jayme Kim, Feature Editor

February 21, 2020

1980s themed games ranging from Donkey Kong to Ms. Pacman will be available to students to play at this year’s Sadie Hawkins' dance on March 6. ASB announced the dance’s combo 1980’s/Stranger Things theme Friday with its final installment of a four-part video announcement teaser. The "Upside...

Art students shape message through sculptures

Art students shape message through sculptures

Jayme Kim and Lexi Ruesga

February 20, 2020

To elicit emotional reactions from the FUHS audience, the 3-D Design class used Saran Wrap and packaging tape to create realistic human models. Sculptures were placed in the freshman tree, the 200 Building, the library and near the math building elevator. Another sculpture was placed on campus superviser...

February Briefly

February Briefly

Tribe Tribune Staff

February 20, 2020

ComedySportz The FUHS ComedySportz team will host a Valentine’s Day themed match today at 6 p.m. in the Little Theatre against Santa Fe High School. Tickets will be sold for $5 outside the theatre. Brand new ComedySportz members have completed their training and are now able to play, with two ne...

ASB announces prom theme

ASB announces prom theme

Gillian Hodgden, Editor-in-Chief

January 30, 2020

On Jan. 17, the FUHS ASB revealed the 2020 prom theme, “A Casino Royale Prom,” inspired by the James Bond franchise. The dance will take place on May 9 from 8-11 p.m. at the Santa Anita Race Track.  Unlike in previous years, ASB announced prom information earlier than usual. Junior class and ex...

News snapshots of January 2020

News snapshots of January 2020

Karen Ruiz, Reporter

January 30, 2020

CAMPUS— Over the next few months, the Fullerton campus will undergo construction to become compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).  Recently, fencing went up near the science buildings to prepare for the installment of two new elevators. The installment date is not set yet...

Gingerbread house contest winners announced

Gingerbread house contest winners announced

Kimberly Eriza and Elyza Flores

December 12, 2019

Cookies and hot chocolate are fun Christmas treats. But students in Restaurant 1 and Restaurant 2 classes have the added pleasure of creating their own tasty masterpieces as they work together to build gingerbread houses for the annual class competition. Many students like senior Ivan Perez look forward...

December Briefly

December Briefly

Tribe Tribune Staff

December 12, 2019

Holiday Service Projects Today at lunch in Room 153, CHOC Club members will write holiday cards for children in the hospital. The FUHS National Honor Society also participated in a service project to spread holiday cheer on Dec. 6. NHS donated over 25 homemade fleece blankets to the nonprofit organiza...

News snapshots of December 2019

News snapshots of December 2019

Betsy Barreto and Karen Ruiz

December 12, 2019

CITY—The Fullerton Police Department began the cleanup for unlawful camping off of Gilbert Street and Valencia Drive. Police officials said the purpose of the removal was to assist those in need rather than to incarcerate them. Homeless people will be moved into shelters in Buena Park and Place...

November Briefly

November Briefly

Jamie Ma, Editor-in-Chief

November 7, 2019

Guest speaker inspires students at Fellowship of Christian Athletes meeting: Adam Goodman, a former USC fullback and the Orange County director of Fellowship of Christian Athletes(FCA), visited FUHS as FCA’s guest speaker. When Goodman tore his ACL and ruined his future plans for professional fo...