El Estoque

City Policy: The road less traveled

City Policy: The road less traveled

Kriti Garg

December 15, 2009

Community and council divided on opening the Scenic Circle gate for students Read More »...

An educational exchange

Laura Yang

December 15, 2009

  Principal from Shanghai stops by during visit of California schools   Read More »...

Copper’s Dream, becoming a reality

Kriti Garg

December 12, 2009

Junior Samantha Wang and sister found non-profit to save dogs from euthanasia Read More »...

Government team takes it to Districts

Government team takes it to Districts

Minh Bui

December 7, 2009

Government Team places second at first competition of the year Read More »...

Government Team takes it to Districts

Government Team takes it to Districts

Minh Bui

December 7, 2009

Government Team places second at first competition of the year Read More »...

Library budget cuts lead to loss of programs

Library budget cuts lead to loss of programs

Jacqueline Barr

December 4, 2009

Proquest, Netsupport, Oxford English Dictionary and CQ Researcher are all cut to save money Read More »...

Case of the missing students

Case of the missing students

Julian Laguisma

November 30, 2009

Administration is asking teachers to be more alert for sick students within their classes Read More »...

Leadership connects with students

Minh Bui

November 28, 2009

The first MV Connections of the school year hopes to bridge the gap between leadership and the student body. Read More »...

Nearby tragedy affects Chinese schools

Nearby tragedy affects Chinese schools

Selene Rubino

November 25, 2009

https://elestoque.org/images/stories/topheadlines/chineseschool.jpg With the parking lot death of a six-year-old boy, Cupertino Chinese School reevaluates its traffic policies Read More »...

The power of a penny

The power of a penny

Sara Yang

November 25, 2009

Muslim Student Association holds a five-month fundraiser with Pennies for Peace to further peace and education in developing countries  Read More »...

UC fee 32 percent hike approved

UC fee 32 percent hike approved

Shreya Shankar

November 19, 2009

UC regents approve 32 percent tuition increase for the 2010-2011 school year Read More »

Phew! No teacher layoffs in sight

Phew! No teacher layoffs in sight

Selene Rubino

November 19, 2009

Though Measure G failed to pass, FUHSD teachers won't feel the crunch next year Read More »...