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Granite Bay Today

The Student News Site of Granite Bay High School

Granite Bay Today

Graduation ceremonies such as the one for GBHSs class of 2019 pictured above are off the table with the current prohibitions on large gatherings.

High school community deliberates on how to proceed with senior events

Ashley Lucia, assistant editor
April 24, 2020

As the novel coronavirus continues to spread at a rampant pace, new social distancing policies have been implemented. These include stay-at-home orders...

The ending of Frozen 2 was satisfying to most, though the revenue that the films accrued might prompt a Disney to make this pair of movies into a trilogy.

Disney fans discuss the fate of Disney’s Frozen franchise

Daryn Conner, staff writer
April 21, 2020

As many Disney fans know, the sequel to the family favorite, “Frozen 2” came out fall of 2019. This left many fans wondering, is “Frozen 3” coming? In...

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Commentary: Please, Stay Home

Julia Golovey, graphics editor
April 16, 2020

COVID-19 has very much affected my life, and it's bothering me how so many people from Granite Bay are going out on lake trips and chilling with their...

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Commentary: Government leadership during pandemic is disappointing

Sean Turner, staff writer
April 14, 2020

The outbreak of the COVID-19 virus has bee the most telling example of our nation’s leadership in nearly the last two decades, and for many my age, the...

Students struggle to find motivation in to tend to the heap of classwork that faces them.

Many students lack motivation for online learning

Sean Turner, staff writer
April 3, 2020

The transition toward online learning has been a difficult one for students all across the world, and this struggle has manifested itself in many different...

This image from the CDC features a transmission electron microscopic image from first COVID-19 patient.

State mandated shelter-in-place affects working students

Ashley Lucia, assistant editor
March 30, 2020

As the coronavirus pandemic continues to consume the majority of the country: cities, counties and states are demanding changes be made.  These changes...

Grace Hollwager puts on a passionate show while singing a Broadway piece.

Grizzly’s Got Talent: Annual talent show draws out the performers in students

Ria Dhamejani, staff writer
March 18, 2020

The annual Grizzly Talent Show took off with new and previous performers who were ready to take the stage and show their talents of all sorts. The Talent...

This graph from the federal Centers for Disease Control is a visual representation of the goal of social distancing, a strategy the school district is  attempting to implement.

Live Coverage: Student lives at GBHS change in response to coronavirus pandemic

Bella Khor, senior editor
March 13, 2020

Update (April 3): Roseville Joint Union High School District schools will be closed for the rest of the school year. Update: Roseville Joint Union...

Political conversation at GBHS involving primaries seems inconclusive.

Students and faculty speculate on possible Super Tuesday outcomes

Angelina Kolosey, senior editor
March 10, 2020

Bernie Sanders. Joe Biden. Michael Bloomberg. Pete Buttigieg, Amy Klobuchar. Tom Steyer. Elizabeth Warren. All are featured in the latest political headlines,...

Seniors Jordan Greenfelder, left, and Zack Haug pose with Sen. Brian Dahle to whom they proposed the idea to allow 17-year-olds to be able to vote in the California primary election if they would be 18 by the time of the general election in November.

Senior boys present bill proposition to California senator

Ashley Yung, senior editor
March 5, 2020

Recently, two GBHS senior boys presented a bill to a California state senator.  In December, GBHS senior Zack Haug had the idea to promote 17-year-olds...

Music Review: Rare

Music Review: Rare

Bella Khor, senior editor
March 5, 2020

Selena Gomez hasn’t made a bad album, and she isn’t about to start now. With her last album, “Revival” being released in 2015, the nearly five ...

Released in May of 2018, Wide Awake! marks indie band Parquet Courts sixth album.

Music Review: Wide Awake!

JJ Hill, assistant editor
March 2, 2020

As one of the largest forms of entertainment, music is no stranger to politics. Kendrick Lamar, for example, is heavily praised for his use of catchy music...

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