September Briefly

September Briefly

Tribe Tribune Staff September 28, 2023

Hung becomes National Merit semi-finalist By Helen Sanders Because she scored exceptionally high on the PSAT her junior year, Avery Hung, an FUHS senior, has qualified as a National Merit Scholarship...

The district has multiple projects planned that will last until 2025.

Construction projects underway

Spike Lopez and Jonathan Piña-Villanueva September 28, 2023

Students trying to walk from one end of the campus to the other have found obstacles such as construction machinery and fences. According to assistant principal Jon Caffrey, the inconvenience of avoiding...

(Left to right) Co-valedictorian Micaela Wendler, co-salutatorian Alyson Jeong, co-salutatorian Anusha Puri, co-valedictorian Nicholas Vo are scheduled to speak at the May 31 graduation ceremony.

Seniors graduate May 31

Ami Ishikawa and Kara Kim May 25, 2023

Nic Vo, Co-Valedictorian  From musicality to academics to sports, senior Nicholas Vo has always been a student of many talents. From the time he learned to play cello in second grade to the time he traveled...

Getting students interested in Spanish by playing games or acting hilarious is what Juan Menendez does best. Audrey Shu said, He’s not a judgmental person. He just wants to support his students and help them. He’s also very passionate about teaching students about Spanish.”

Menendez retires but will remain ‘teacher for life’

By Osvaldo Muñoz, Reporter May 25, 2023

Spanish teacher Juan Menendez, who will retire from teaching this week, emigrated from Guatemala in 1974. He arrived in Los Angeles after finishing high school to visit his mother, but his planned vacation...

Laura Rubio, since becoming the FUHS principal in 2017, has helped promote the school’s programs and athletics through social media and a weekly principal’s newsletter. Photo by Maggie Crail

Rubio earns OC Principal of the Year award, finishes Doctoral program

By Kate Luengo, Reporter May 25, 2023

When Principal Laura Rubio (and now Doctor Rubio) was growing up in Santa Ana, her parents—both of whom were born in Mexico—wouldn't let her roam the neighborhood or hang out with friends very often,...

Construction to widen the drive-way from the 70’s building to the cafeteria will begin this summer. In order to create more space, the planters and a few trees near the bathrooms will be removed but in exchange, this will allow for firetrucks to get to the ROP-Auto Body Workshop and 140s-150s building easily and efficiently in the case of emergencies.

Crews plan to start new construction

Ami Ishikawa and Spike Lopez April 19, 2023

After several delays, the district is scheduled to begin construction on a new swimming pool and tennis courts on Pomona Avenue this summer. FUHS swimmers and water polo players will need to travel...

Beverage station in the main room at Highway 39 in Anaheim. Promgoers will have access to unlimited desserts and beverages.

ASB releases ‘Life is a Highway’ Prom Theme

Reagan Glidewell, Osvaldo Muñoz, and Ella Kirby March 14, 2023

Fullerton ASB released the “Life is a Highway” prom theme on March 3, the idea sprouting from the well-known Route 66 and select venue Highway 39. The theme was revealed in the quad with classic cars...

ASB arrived at school at 6:30 a.m. on Valentine’s Day to tape each individual heart to the wall outside of the ASB Room.

ASB looking for diverse, passionate new members

Osvaldo Munoz, Staff Writer February 28, 2023

School officials are looking to expand the diversity in ASB next year by increasing the ASB team from 32 students to about 50 students next year. According to assistant principal Marcene Guerrero, the...

The fentanyl documentary Dead on Arrival emphasizes the shift in drug use messaging. The focus isn’t just preventing addiction. Now that one fentanyl-laced pill can kill, experts emphasize that teens risk their lives every time they take illegal drugs.

Workshop advocates for drug awareness, Narcan training

Katherine Martinez, Managing Editor February 13, 2023

Devon Kelley-Hickman suffered from crippling anxiety throughout high school, and when marijuana could no longer blunt her stress, she found Xanax. One evening when her mother Veronica checked on Devon,...

District teachers nominated FJUHSD student art pieces to be displayed in the Muckenthaler Cultural Center’s art gallery from Jan. 26 to Feb. 9. The display serves to represent district-wide art classes and the talent of student artists. Families and teachers across the district viewed the pieces at the show’s opening ceremony on Jan. 26. (Above) Two visitors of the Muckenthaler museum enjoy the art from schools across the district.

February Briefly

Tribe Tribune Staff February 10, 2023

AVID students practice budgeting skills New banners promote academies Students treat steer ringworm at the farm Agriculture students Macy Alcott, Emma Orrell, Brooke Tomsons and Edward Burton...

December Briefly

December Briefly

Jonathan Piña-Villanueva, Feature Editor December 19, 2022

IB Anthro Students Build Alliances When senior Sarah Percy asked three of her friends for an item important to them, she didn’t expect for every one of them to give her a menstrual pad or tampon. “The...

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