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Informational flyer regarding the recently launched LAUSD Mental Health Hotline via Superintendent Austin Beutner
Staying connected while social distancing
By Gwen Langi, Opinion Editor • Published May 18, 2020
It’s left to us to check on one another as quarantine spells out danger for those who usually seek assistance from mental health professionals.
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Dance Company performing before the Homecoming game
Stepping it up: How Dance Company keeps on performing in quarantine
By Beverly Regino, Staff Writer • Published May 15, 2020
Due to the covid-19 outbreak, band, dance and theater performances have been put into a halt. However, Dance Company is finding ways to keep on dancing.
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The stay-at-home order was initially reinstated on March 19.  It was extended until May 15. And now, it may last three more months.
"Stay-at-Home" order likely to extend until August, according to a LA Public Health official
By Mhar Tenorio, Online Editor-in-Chief • Published May 12, 2020
Dr. Barbara Ferrer, the director of the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health, said that the stay-at-home order and restrictions for may be in place for three more months. 
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<div style="color:red">WATCH:</div> District Superintendent Austin Beutner addresses summer school and online learning
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District Superintendent Austin Beutner addresses summer school and online learning
By Mhar Tenorio, Online Editor-in-Chief • Published May 11, 2020
District Superintendent Austin Beutner revealed details about new classes for summer school students and other updates.
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A sample of the slide each senior will get during virtual graduation.
Details unveiled regarding senior virtual graduation
By Mhar Tenorio, Online Editor-in-Chief • Published May 5, 2020
Before the senior assembly was abruptly cut, Principal Yolanda Gardea was able to reveal details on how the virtual graduation will look like.
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LAUSD to start the new school year mid-August but whether campuses will reopen remains uncertain, Beutner says
LAUSD to start the new school year mid-August but whether campuses will reopen remains uncertain, Beutner says
By Ani Tutunjyan, News Editor • Published May 4, 2020
Superintendent Austin Beutner said Monday in a live address that the 2020-2021 school year will start Aug. 18, but has made no decision whether students will return to classrooms at that time.
The city of Van Nuys at Van Nuys and Delano.
INFOGRAPHIC: See how covid-19 cases in Van Nuys continue rise
By The Mirror Staff • Published April 29, 2020
According to the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health, covid-19 cases in Van Nuys continue to rise.
Many students turn to online shopping as malls and stores close down due to coronavirus.
To buy or not to buy? Students turn to online shopping amidst quarantine
By Sandra Sanchez, Staff Writer • Published April 27, 2020
Students talk about how the pandemic is affecting their daily shopping life.
The logo for Facebook Gaming.
Bored of quarantine? Try live streaming with new Facebook Gaming
By Kasey Kim, Entertainment Editor • Published April 24, 2020
Facebook releases a new live stream gaming platform that promises more interactive streaming for gamers.
Guadalupe Arreguin in her uniform.
MY STORY: Working at a nursing facility during the covid-19 pandemic
By Guadalupe Arreguin • Published April 23, 2020
Working as CNA can be difficult, but it is especially a challenge when the number of coronavirus cases are surging.
An infographic describing how ventilators work.
INFOGRAPHIC: Helping a person breathe
By Ani Tutunjyan and Mhar TenorioPublished April 22, 2020
Ventilators have become a critical tool for keeping covid-19 patients in critical condition alive. How do they work?
The five teams show off their colors: purple, pink, red, yellow and blue during the Senior Kickoff.
Coronavirus vs. Class of 2020
By Ruben Cocilion, Staff Writer • Published April 15, 2020
Class of 2020 loses excitement for their last year of high school thanks to the Coronavirus.
WATCH: California Congressman Tony Cárdenas addresses high school seniors
WATCH: California Congressman Tony Cárdenas addresses high school seniors
By Mhar Tenorio, Online Editor-in-Chief • Published April 15, 2020
United States Representative Tony Cárdenas released a video urging high school seniors to complete their work.
Charging Chromebooks
Principal to be on campus for two days to distribute Chromebooks and HotSpots
By Mhar Tenorio, Online Editor-in-Chief • Published April 14, 2020
Principal Ms. Yolanda Gardea will be at school to distribute tools necessary to complete online work. 
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