Local Pumpkin Patch Grows Opportunity

By Maddie Cashel and Lena Mallett The Hanna Boys Center opened their first annual pumpkin patch with high hopes of  raising funds for their agriculture program. Ms. Bjorklund, Hanna agriculture teacher and supervisor of the pumpkin patch, brings lots of enthusiasm to the new project, hoping to instill her excitement towards the students at Hanna.…

Hunting for fun in October

By Edwin Reyes As Halloween quickly approaches, SVHS students and staff are preparing to celebrate the end of the month holiday. Junior Kailyn Reibli has a knack for creating outfits and takes on the challenge of making a Halloween costume every year. The first full costume she made was freshman year, when she dressed up…

Dragons Fly Towards SCL

By Lena Mallett and Ciara Smith   Volleyball Riding the momentum of three straight SCL championships, the varsity volleyball team remains undefeated in league after topping rival Petaluma 3 games to 2. Boasting a 18-3 overall record, the team looks to take its fourth SCL banner.   Boys’ Soccer Varsity boys’ soccer had a shaky…

Community Support for Seelye Rises

By Ciara Smith, Morgan Viale, and Roberto Diaz Sonoma heard the news that rocked the Valley and left a gaping hole at SVHS in late August. Weeks before the school year was set to begin, Micheal Seeyle, senior, was diagnosed with stage four Hodgkin’s Lymphoma, sidelining him from school, sports, and a normal senior year.…

Yik Yak: The Danger Of Anonymity

By Caleb Horowitz and Alex Epstein Yik Yak, this year’s social media sensation has raised many eyebrows since its explosive debut in early 2014. The administration recently became aware of            Yik Yak and are now monitoring it. Yik Yak became popular at SVHS about a month ago, but the content coming from students ranges from…

A group of friends pose for a photo on the dance-floor. 
Photo by Hannah Gropman

SVHS gets all dolled up

   By limo or by bus, 320 juniors, seniors, and guests made the journey through the city to partake in the Great Gatsby themed party.  Walking into St. Regis was like walking into a portal transporting you into the 1920’s, the time of Gatsby, the time of flapper girls and suspenders.  There was never a…

SVHS volunteers go above and beyond

By Hannah Gropman and Malaya Zachau    Over spring break 19 SVHS students visited Nicaragua through a program called Seeds of Learning.  The students traveled overseas and spent their week building a school for children less fortunate.   “The benefits were threefold,” explained Miles Pimental, sophomore. “We got to travel out of America, experience new things,…

Taking classes off campus

   What defines a class? What fulfills the expectation of academic rigor? These two questions have been the subject of debate here at SVHS in recent months. On May 3rd a proposal will be presented to the school board to clearly lay out the rules and expectations of taking classes off campus.    In the…