Ranging from hate crimes to holidays, here are five new laws in California that have become effective as of January 1, 2023.
Fountain Valley Baron alumna Rachel Kloppenburg returns as the new Assistant Principal of Guidance
Stepping into her new role as Assistant Principal of Guidance, FVHS graduate Rachel Kloppenburg returns as an administrator after years of experience in education.
Further steps are taken to tackle the adolescent mental health crisis
Following the release of a report by the US Preventive Services Task Force to screen children ages 12 to 18 for depression, students and Cynthia Olaya, school psychologist, discuss the importance of addressing students’ mental health.
Fountain Valley girls’ basketball falls short against Los Alamitos Griffins on Senior Night
In a closely contested ending to the Senior Night matchup, the Fountain Valley Barons failed to complete their comeback against the Los Alamitos Griffins, losing 38-39 on January 30.
Virtual Enterprise’s Baron Brew and Bonsai Bento serve diverse cuisines to consumers
Fountain Valley Virtual Enterprise’s Baron Brew provides a cafe delivery service for school staff. Bonsai Bento offers an environmentally-friendly experience in Japanese cuisine.
Fountain Valley girls’ basketball slides past Huntington Beach Oilers
Senior Mary Nguyen’s 11 points and sophomore Karley Waite’s 10 points led the scoring for the Barons’ 41-31 win over the Huntington Beach Oilers on January 3rd.
Recapping the University of California strike
After a six-week strike filled with extensive negotiations, the University of California and its academic workers agreed on new contracts. Here’s a recap of the workers’ demands and UC’s response.