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MBHS Closed, Online Schooling Starts Today

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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, students are expected to continue their...

KSBY New Story featuring MBHS Student Journalists

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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 part of the News Literacy Project and their National News Literacy...

Food for Thought

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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...

Multi-Culti Cast – Episode #2 – American Stereotypes

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Hello everyone! It's us again! This week, you will discover what we, as Europeans, have as stereotypes for Americans or the US in general! We also talk about our first impressions on some American things that we observed in the last couple of weeks. Follow us on Instagram for more updates! @multiculticast_mbhs

Phone Jail

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On the first day of the new school year, students have re-encountered what they have been calling phone jail. Pouches made for calculators are now replaced by phones to count as attendance. Most Morro Bay High students question this practice and why it exists.  The Morro Bay Highschool student handbook explains more about the cellphone rules. Section six under cell...

Lake Tales – Chapter One

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November 20, 1953. It was a wild night in Logtown, Oklahoma. Police cars were scattered around one of the cabins next to Logtown Creek where an African American family once resided, but now they are gone. The scene catches the attention of everyone in the town, with everyone watching from their homes and questioning what could’ve happened in the home. Soon,...

Mutli-Culti Cast – Episode #1 – Introductions

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Hi everyone! In this episode, we are talking about what you will expect to hear when you'll listen to our podcast, and most importantly we are introducing ourselves! Get to know us now :)

Non-Guilty Pleasures Episode 1- “She-Hulk”

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In the premiere episode, hosts Brumit, Mars, and Wafa introduce the podcast and what it's all about! Then, Mars shares their first non-guilty pleasure, "She-Hulk", and attempts to convince the other hosts to watch it.

Morro Bay’s new AD

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Morro Bay’s staff has been in and out in the past few years, with new teachers, counselors and even principal. The 22-23 school year saw another mainstay leave.  Mr. John Andre. John Andre, the athletic director at MBHS for the past 25 years but is stepping down for unknown reasons. He has been through it all, and now a...

Specker Speaks #2

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Have you ever felt so strongly about something so insignificant? Something so miniscule yet so important to you? It could be a tradition, preference, or hatred that in the grand scheme of existence you really shouldn't be so passionate about. It's up to you to submit your paltry perspectives. Here's an example for those who are confused: “I only...

Rea Reviews: “Bullet Train,” An Action Comedy Starring Brad Pitt

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"Sometimes you've got to shoot first and come up with questions later." You're a massive Hollywood actor, acting in a film about a bullet train bound for Kyoto, and you play a former assassin assigned to retrieve a briefcase from the train. After an exhausting series of misadventures, your character has arrived in Kyoto with the briefcase in hand. Another...

Hardware Heatwaves

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In the beginning of September, California experienced the worst heat wave in history. Many towns and cities, such as Sacramento, reached record breaking levels of temperature which far eclipsed any previous records by 2 degrees where the previous record went back to 1877 according to the Washington Post. Through this heat wave, homes in California experienced increased power grid...

What’s the Buzz About the Fences?

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With the Morro Bay High School  2022-2023 school year in full swing, administration has implemented new rules in regards to fencing and security on campus. These rules prohibit individuals from leaving/entering campus once school starts, besides during lunch, and prohibit those parking in the first lot from accessing their cars at any point in the day apart from lunch....