El Estoque

Rampant wildfires lead to poor air quality for weeks

Photo by Tanish Mendki.
September 23, 2020

Recently, wildfires have been rapidly spreading throughout the West, most heavily affecting California, Oregon and Washington. These fires are mainly attributed the series of dry lightning storms that...

Candidates running for Cupertino City Council

Cupertino City Hall
Meet Joseph Fruen, Kitty Moore, Steven Scharf and Hung Wei
September 22, 2020
Meet Joseph Fruen, Kitty Moore, Steven Scharf and Hung Wei

FUHSD implements free meal policy

While Fremont High School experiences heavy car traffic, Food Services Assistant Santa Gurrola wheels a cart of packaged meals to the meal pick up location.
Food services prepares a week’s worth of breakfasts and lunches available for anyone 18 and under
September 12, 2020
Food services prepares a week’s worth of breakfasts and lunches available for anyone 18 and under

FUHSD Institutes Anti-Racism education

The impacts of anti-racism education on both students and staff
Students and staff discuss the motivations behind and impacts of new anti-racism curriculum
September 11, 2020
Students and staff discuss the motivations behind and impacts of new anti-racism curriculum

Experiments at home

AP Biology Lab Kit
A look into science labs during remote learning
September 11, 2020
A look into science labs during remote learning

A Discourse: Black Lives Matter at FUHSD

A Discourse: Black Lives Matter at FUHSD
Community discusses the impacts of the movement in local schools
July 25, 2020
Community discusses the impacts of the movement in local schools

Nearly two thousand protestors gather in Cupertino

Volunteer with megaphone speaks and chants on top of the barricade in front of the Sheriff's Office.
South Bay protestors gather in Cupertino to demonstrate for the Black Lives Matter movement
June 12, 2020
South Bay protestors gather in Cupertino to demonstrate for the Black Lives Matter movement

MVHS hosts senior car parade

Many seniors used the car parade as an opportunity to meet with their friends and take graduation photos together.
Seniors gather to celebrate their socially distanced graduation
June 8, 2020
Seniors gather to celebrate their socially distanced graduation

Social media trends during shelter-in-place

The Bill Clinton album ranking trend sees participants fill out this template of the former president holding up a record sleeve with their favorite albums.
Photo Courtesy of billclintonswag.com
Exploring the opinions of different MVHS student about social media usage during quarantine
June 3, 2020
Exploring the opinions of different MVHS student about social media usage during quarantine

Cupertino Historical Society and Museum starts new project: Cupertino Speaks

Visual
City residents analyze the importance of documenting the history of COVID-19 in their community
May 29, 2020
City residents analyze the importance of documenting the history of COVID-19 in their community

Cupertino Union School District school board addresses reduced funding amid budget spending deficit

CUSD board members discuss options for budget cuts. The board meeting lasted over four hours.
CUSD discusses effects of declining enrollment on district finances at board meeting
May 23, 2020
CUSD discusses effects of declining enrollment on district finances at board meeting

CSUs and UCs suspend standardized testing requirements

Picuture used from The California State University website
Exploring perspectives on how changes to college application requirements will impact MVHS students
May 22, 2020
Exploring perspectives on how changes to college application requirements will impact MVHS students
Load more stories