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by Alexis Becker and Ashley Magday The Homecoming dance was on October 13. Students of all grades went to hang out with friends, listen to music, and have a good time. Here are some 'likes' and 'dislikes' shared by several students at Morro Bay High School: Likes: The decorations. In general, the students interviewed liked ASB’s decorations. The decorations all...
There’s a new measure on the upcoming November Ballot called Measure G. The act of Measure G is to protect San Luis Obispo County’s water, agricultural lands, tourism, environmental quality and climate, and scenic vistas by banning fracking and oil expansion. Fracking is the process of injecting liquid at high pressure into subterranean rocks to open existing fissures and...
On Friday, October 12th, Morro Bay High School was subject to an unplanned evacuation after a student accidentally left a plastic container in a science hall oven. On the same day, concerns were raised about a shooting threat to the school, which the Morro Bay High School administration and KSBY dismissed as false. The fire occurred at...
Morro Bay High School welcomed a new Special Day Class to campus this school year. Previously, students with moderate to severe disabilities in the area would have commuted every day to San Luis Obispo High. They can now attend Morro Bay High with their peers and siblings. New Teacher Allie Cole heads the MI (More Intensive) program, describing it...
On October 12, students showed off their school spirit in the Homecoming Rally. The Homecoming Rally consisted of Dance Fusion showing off their skills, the MBHS Cheer Team expressing school spirit with their cheers and routine, and homecoming couples competing in various fun competitions. The main part of the assembly featured each nominated Homecoming couple competed against one another in...
There’s an important event coming on Tuesday, November 6: The California General Election. That’s the way for ordinary people to affect governmental policy. Everybody who is determined to be an eligible voter can take part in this Election. To be eligible to vote you have to be a U.S. citizen, living in California, and registered where you currently live,...
By Danny Fahy Come support your MBHS Surf Team on Sunday at The Rock! This is the first contest of the season, and the forecast is calling for clean surf and beautiful weather! We want to see crowds of MBHS students, staff, and families! The contest starts at 8 and will run until 3. Sunday, October 21st! The Rock! Be...
On October 12, Morro Bay High School went head-to-head with Pioneer High School for the Homecoming football game. With a score of 44-6, the game was a Morro Bay High School defeat. The night also featured the ribbon cutting of Morro Bay High School (MBHS) new all-weather modernized track, zero-emissions Homecoming floats, and the crowning of the Homecoming King...
by Ashley Magday There are a lot of spots on and off campus where you can eat with your friends. Where do people like to eat besides the quad? Here are a few easy options, according to a few MBHS high school students if you want a different place to eat. 1. According to a MBHS freshman he likes to eat and hang...
Before the Homecoming Football game on October 12th, there was an official ribbon cutting to commemorate the grand opening of the newly completed track. The event featured a speech by Principal Kyle Pruitt, with many Morro Bay High School track athletes from previous years standing around the stage to represent the team. Pruitt thanked the school board, the superintendent,...