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The Student News Site of Granite Bay High School

Granite Bay Today

The Student News Site of Granite Bay High School

Granite Bay Today

Students sit down to read American Born Chinese, which has content and a style of literature that has raised concerns through parents and the students themselves.

Graphic Novels Taught for The First Time in CP English 9 Course

Riley Davidson, Intro Staff Writer
November 18, 2022

Most students enrolled in the CP English 9 course in Granite Bay High School are or are scheduled to read "American Born Chinese," a graphic novel composed...

New vending machines will be arriving at GBHS in the coming months.

New vending machines dispensed across GBHS

Cole Massaro and Jonathan Thornburg
November 16, 2022

GBHS will be receiving new vending machines to hold school breakfasts and lunches in the coming months. Supplied by Vend-ucation, the vending machines...

Teachers from the EUTA protest for a fair contract in front of the Eureka Union School District Office

Expired contract of Eureka Union Teachers Association advances to state

Riley Reed, Staff Writer
November 1, 2022

On Nov. 8, contract negotiations between the Eureka Union Teachers Association (EUTA) and the Eureka Union School District (EUSD) will be taken to the...

Administration had approved any poster that relates to poetry, censorship or fascism by the time said poster was photographed for this article. This poster, which was taped to the side of Room 812 facing the breezeway, was photographed on Oct. 5.

Uncertainty over poster policy prompts student-admin dialogue

Kate Rowberry, Voices Editor
October 24, 2022

After Granite Bay High School administrators took down a series of student posters regarding the recently contested English curriculum supplemental materials...

Principal Sloan presents the process of approval and opens Site Council discussion following public comments.

Site Council votes to approve list of supplemental materials as proposed by the English department

Elise Fisher, Co-editor-in-chief
October 24, 2022

At the Oct. 12 Site Council meeting, the Site Council voted to approve a list of 150 supplemental materials that the English department would like to add...

School board election campaign signs on the side of Eureka Rd. in Granite Bay

2022 RJUHSD school board elections

Ethan Shohet, Assistant News Editor
October 21, 2022

In the upcoming 2022 Midterm elections, residents of the Granite Bay District will be able to vote for their RJUHSD Board of Trustees member. “This...

Former Principal Amber Clark alleges school district discriminated against her 

Former Principal Amber Clark alleges school district discriminated against her 

Elise Fisher and Justin Ha
October 11, 2022

In a statement of appeal made public on Oct. 10, former principal Amber Clark detailed the alleged circumstances leading up to her termination and the...

In a new review process, parents are voicing concerns they have with GBHS English curriculum including novels Slave Old Man and The Picture of Dorian Gray

Parents protest current English curriculum content at recent Site Council meeting

Elise Fisher and Sarah Yee
October 7, 2022

At the Granite Bay High School Site Council meeting on Sept. 21, a handful of parents spoke to ask the council members to remove 54 supplemental materials...

Big tests, long day: New midterm schedule at GBHS

Big tests, long day: New midterm schedule at GBHS

Kate Rowberry, Voices Editor
October 4, 2022

After about four hours spent frantically bubbling in Scantrons and scribbling five-paragraph essays, Granite Bay High School students streamed out of classrooms...

According to a poll conducted by the Granite Bay Gazette of 201 GBHS students, 91% of respondents agree or strongly agree that social media and tech companies are collecting their data or invading their privacy.

Minors receive new protections online under California bill

Justin Ha, Co-editor-in-chief
September 22, 2022

Starting in July 2024, California will be placing stricter guidelines on businesses that provide an online service to minors. AB 2273, which aims to protect...

The open space is located adjacent to GBHSs drop off circle.  It is home to a wide range of wildlife.

Open space next to Granite Bay High School destroyed

Elise Fisher, Co-editor-in-chief
September 15, 2022

The week before school started, a bulldozer went through and destroyed the open space next to Granite Bay High School, previously home to a pond, plants...

GBHS on the morning of Friday, Sept 7

A hazy resolution on a smoky situation

Ethan Shohet, Assistant News Editor
September 14, 2022

  Smoke from the Mosquito Fire, which started Aug. 28, has significantly affected the Granite Bay and Placer County area over the week of Sept...

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