The Casa Revista

A student puts her final touches on her letter before sending it off

International Pen Pals: Beyond Letters

May 22, 2019

Many students on campus take classes at some point during their high school careers to learn a foreign language. With that, one of the best ways to learn a foreign language is to practice. Students in Kim Fowler’s Spanish two class have been fortunate enough to authentically practice their best Spanish: they have been writing and receiving pen pal letters with high school students in Spain.

Students take a selfie after a school fire alarm is pulled.

#FireAlarmSelfie

March 6, 2019

With the blaring of the fire alarm becoming an increasingly common occurrence at the school, many have found a way to make light of the disruptive situation in the form of the #FireAlarmSelfie. Since 2017, someone, or a group of people, have been pulling the fire alarms for no reason, consuming vital classroom time. To some, perhaps, the pulled fire alarm is a savior from a test or a project in class, but to the vast majority, it is a nuisance. When pulled, the fire alarm sends a signal to the fire department that there is an emergency, resulting in firefighters speeding to campus to discover yet again that there is no fire. Moreover, every time the alarm is pulled, the school has to pay money to the fire department, as well as waste their time that could be spent responding to real emergencies. The pulled fire alarm, that to many is just a fact of life on campus, depletes from funds that could go to athletics, school supplies, and events. Spanish teacher Kim Fowler explains her opinion on the frequent disruptions.

Kim Fowler: Spanish

Kim Fowler: Spanish

October 6, 2017

I’ve been teaching since 2005 down at San Rafael High School and I’ve primarily done ELD, English, an...

The New Freshman Class

Jacob Anderson, Ophelia Chiang, Jashan Gill, Tessa Hughes, and Grace Yarrow

October 6, 2017

As we embark on the new school year, the campus welcomes a new batch of departmentally diverse teachers. They have varying levels of experiences - some having started their careers here while others transferred from other sites or districts. Although many of the teachers have different reasons for coming to the school, new c...

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