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Senior Assassin, run through the app Splashin, has proved entertaining to many of the participating seniors of Summerville. 
“I’m having a really good time...I check my trunk every time I get to my car, shared Ellery Stewart.

Senior Assassin: Killer Game Takes Summerville by Surprise

Leila Stuart and Peyton Skinner April 30, 2024

“Senior Assassin”—while the name may have seemed unfamiliar just months ago, this game has now become popular among the current graduating class at Summerville High.  Senior Assassin is a game...

Junior Caeley Vincent voiced her opinion on the recent news since it will affect her class during her graduation year. “Part of me is like it makes people more lazy than they already are for like the maximum credits they need I guess because its lowering the requirements. But at the same time for people that are stressed out with the amount of credits, its helpful,” stated Vincent.

SUHSD Lessens Graduation Requirements

Isabella Wickman and Josie Berg April 26, 2024

A Credit Reduction Committee was recently established to review SHS’s current graduation credit requirement. A study that was completed to determine if SHS should reduce graduation credits. The committee...

Mr. Merrill expresses his opinion about the weather recently, “I expect were done with snow…keeping my fingers crossed for everything.” The weather continues to change throughout this school year leaving students and staff wondering whats coming next.

Rain, Shine, Sun or Snow? Unpredictable Weather on Campus

Isis Shavers and Darla Vogt April 24, 2024

This 2024 school year has been full of different weather, although recently Tuolomne had a surprising amount of snowfall; followed by sunny weather, students and staff of SHS wonder, snow in April? On...

Summerville Union High School experienced a WI-FI outage on Tuesday, April 15. This caused problems for staff, students, and teachers. Teachers had to take written attendance on paper like the good old days, shared Attendance Secretary, Maggie Beck.

WI-FI Outage Affects Both Teachers and Students

Peyton Monsen and Leila Dwight April 24, 2024

On Tuesday, April 15 Summeville High experienced a WIFI outage, preventing teachers, students and staff from being able to get their normal work completed. Students use their Chromebooks for many assignments...

Upcoming: Senior Grad Nite Trip

Tiffany Armer and Lexie Melendez April 18, 2024

This year, many seniors are attending Summerville Union’s Senior Grad Nite trip to Disneyland Parks.  The Grad Nite trip is a coveted event for seniors—a much anticipated last hurrah—to celebrate...

Kia Pradenas noted his opinions on this years Connections play while he works on set building as part of his enior project. This play is so fun and so colorful. The kids seem to like it quite a bit and think its super fun and cool, stated Pradenas.

Connections Performing Arts Academy Spring Production: Suessical Jr.

Isabella Wickman and Josie Berg April 10, 2024

Connections Performing and Visual Arts Academy students will present their spring musical of Suessical Jr. on April 11-21. Performances will be showcased Thursday and Friday at 7:00 P.M. and on Saturday...

Some of Summervilles ASB students will be attending CASL conference in April of 2024.

ASB Students to Attend CASL Leadership Conference this Spring

Isis Shavers and Leila Dwight March 21, 2024

Summerville High School’s ASB (Associated Student Body) students will be returning to CASL (California Association of Student Leaders) next month. CASL is a leadership program for students across Calif. This...

SHS works hard to display community opportunities after high school to its students. The cool thing is that we work hard to bring community here and so as a high school we need community events and involve our community members, stated Mrs. Fray.

‘Dream it! Be it!’ Event Comes to Summerville High School

Josie Berg, Reporter March 19, 2024

Summerville High School hosted a “Dream it! Be it!” career program for sophomore and freshman girls on Wednesday, March 13 of 2024. The program’s goal is to assist students in achieving their future...

This is what shows up when many students search up words or sites that have been blocked by the administration.

Blocking and Website Security Update at Summerville

Peyton Skinner and Leila Stuart March 18, 2024

Summerville students and teachers have noticed a change in the amount of websites that are blocked on the school Wi-Fi and devices.  Many more categories of websites and videos were blocked in recent...

The Boys Soccer Team poses with their coaches and SHS cheerleaders after hosting their first ever state playoff game.

SHS Boys Soccer: Journey to Semi-Finals

Isis Shavers and Darla Vogt March 15, 2024

The Summerville High’s Boys Varsity Soccer team recently made it to the Northern California State Semi Finals and have lots to share. The Bears started their journey by competing with their league...

Summerville students learned about local college and career oppertunities after high school during the fair.  Jacee Vallelunga voiced her opinion on the tables set up at the event. I thought it was really cool and it was like really interesting to see all of the different like careers because theyre all so different. It was cool to see how they each portray themselves, stated Vallelunga.

College and Career Day at Summerville

Isabella Wickman and Josie Berg March 7, 2024

On Tuesday, Feb. 27, senior Wyatt Castongia hosted a College and Career Fair in the small gym where Summerville students explored their interests and possible future plans. Beyond the Cave interviewed...

The school already has cameras installed outdoors around campus that are being updated this year. The aim is for any indoor cameras to mirror these outdoor ones.

Do Cameras Belong in the Classrooms?

Leila Stuart and Peyton Skinner March 7, 2024

Summerville is considering installing cameras into teachers’ classrooms in the future. Overall, these could have positive and negative aspects but many teachers and students here at Summerville are concerned...

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