Drizzled and drenched on campus

Rare rainfall is not enough to end the long California drought.

A rare rainfall came to the school and poured on students all day long. Students without hoods and umbrellas were forced to duck under the tents, set up the staff or rush to class as quickly as possible.

Outdoor sports practices and other events at school were all cancelled before and after classes.

As difficult as it may be for some students to deal with, the area could use more showers as California is still suffering from a drought. However, experts still believe that the rain won’t be enough to end it just yet.