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MBHS Closed, Online Schooling Starts Today

As many students are aware, Morro Bay High School joined schools from around the nation in temporarily closing its doors due to fears of the novel Coronavirus (COVID-19). Currently, the plan is for the school to reopen on April 15th, but that stands to change depending on the situation.  While the school is closed,...

KSBY New Story featuring MBHS Student Journalists

Morro Bay city leaders say King Tides give 'disconcerting' preview of sea level rise https://www.ksby.com/news/local-news/morro-bay-city-leaders-say-king-tides-give-disconcerting-preview-of-sea-level-rise For the past two months, the Morro Bay Spyglass has been lucky enough to work on a joint piece with our local news network, KSBY. They reached out to us on November 20, 2019 as...

Food for Thought

Hey pirates! In case you missed our last piece on the Lunch Ladies, we have a new piece on the tasty food they provide for us in the cafeteria. A select group of top-tier journalists from the Spyglass exercised their expert taste skills and culinary knowledge to provide YOU with a detailed review of some of our cafeteria’s most...

How Local Businesses are Dealing with the Pandemic

Due to the pandemic of the coronavirus, local businesses have been forced to shut down or limit their hours and services. Following government guidelines, restaurants have been permitted to stay open, and many choose to do so by serving meals to-go. Owner and manager Nick Mendoza of Lolo’s Mexican Restaurant of Morro Bay spoke to the Spyglass...

A Look Back at the 2019-2020 MBHS Sports Season

With the school year coming to an end, so does the rest of the sports seasons. Every sport had their ups, their downs, and some teams didn't get to play out their season.  The fall season brought many big moments for sports. The new football coach leading the team to have more wins then they did last season, earning a...

Ask Abbie: Corona Edition

Dear Abbie, I want to be roommates with someone but I can’t tell if they do too. -Master   Dear Master, We’re at a scary time right now, there are a lot of things up in the air that we simply can’t call yet. Adding the struggle of finding good roommates for next year can seem like another daunting task. Since it sounds...

Local Teachers Organize Driving Parade for Students

Los Osos residents may have been surprised to hear honking and cheering coming from outside their house late Thursday morning on April 2nd. Organized by Lara Storm, Principal of Monarch Grove Elementary School, 31 teachers and their families drove through Los Osos neighborhoods to celebrate and encourage local families and students.  Morro Bay High...

What MBHS Wants from its ASB Canidates

Voting for ASB positions has always been an interesting thing amongst MBHS students, even if we do it a bit differently than most places. In the classic high school scenario, it’s always the preppy upbeat kids that lead ASB, who are often completely out of touch with the popular student body. But this couldn't be farther from...

Amanda Cameli and Nolan Ashworth for ASB President

This Friday, ASB will hold elections, allowing students to vote for a variety of candidates. For the position of ASB president, Amanda Cameli is looking to take on these responsibilities, along with her Vice President Nolan Ashworth.  We reached out to Ashworth and Cameli to see what differences they were looking to make at...

Rosalie and Jacob for ASB President and Vice President

ASB officer elections are scheduled for Friday, April 3rd. Juniors Rosalie Rauenzahn and Jacob Rocha are running for ASB President and Vice President.  Rauenzahn and Rocha have been working together to plan ahead for next year with such goals as to “make sure students know that their voices aren't only being heard, but...

How to Be Successful When Working From Home!

With the transition to online classes, there has definitely been a de-structuring of how school work is administered and completed. Students must now schedule their own days at home to complete their schoolwork for each class. One thing I struggle with most is motivation and procrastination, but I’ve found some ways to stay engaged in my school...

Hikes and Beaches Amid COVID-19

To negate the spread of COVID-19, the city of San Luis Obispo has called for a shelter-in-place. It is encouraged that people stay home in order to lower the spreading of the virus. However, citizens of SLO can still have their outdoor experience if they follow the guidelines of social distancing.  For those who are outdoor lovers, there are still...

The Effects of the Coronavirus on MBHS Sports

The Coronavirus has become a worldwide pandemic, bringing an end to many things that people adore, including school. As the virus spreads globally, it has caused a major impact on the sports world as well. The NBA and MLB seasons were postponed, marathons around the world were canceled, March Madness has ended before it could even start,...