GSBH Today

The History of Santa Claus

Sophia Hamm

January 30, 2018

Filed under In the News

As Christmas is shortly approaching, I wanted to learn about the history of Santa Claus. Santa doesn’t just go by one name he goes by many; such as Father Christmas, St. Nicholas and Kris Kringle, to name a few. The...

The History of Christmas

Tess Garrett

January 30, 2018

Filed under In the News

At our school, most students and teachers celebrate the birth of Jesus otherwise known as Christmas. It is a special holiday that takes place every year on December 25. The way we celebrate Christmas has changed over the y...

Mr. Dill

Mr. Dill

January 15, 2018

Shrek Auditions

Shrek Auditions

December 15, 2017

January Sixth Grade Service Project

Michael IsHak, Managing Editor

January 31, 2017

Filed under In the News

This year’s January service project is away of helping PATH (People Assisting the Homeless), an organization that helps homeless people recover and get back on their feet. In some cases, they even start them off with the...

The Sierra Nevada Snowpack

Connor Kim

January 31, 2017

Filed under In the News

Two hundred fifty miles north of the busy streets of Los Angeles, a great mountain range called the SierraNevada lies up north for about 100miles. Sierra Nevada is a Spanish name that means “snowy mountain range.”The mountain...

What Kids Should Know about the Presidential Election of 2016

Christina Borisow, Reporter

June 14, 2016

Filed under In the News, Student Life

My first presidential election was in 2008, when I was four. Things have changed since then. Now, with social media and a bombardment of news on all the candidates, it can get very confusing and opinions can get heate...

Massive Gas Leak Plugged for Now!

Christina Borisow, Reporter

March 17, 2016

Filed under In the News

In October of 2015, a gas leak started in a huge underground storage field in Porter Ranch, which is on the outskirts of Los Angeles.  The methane gas leak, one of the largest in American history, has caused thousands of people...

El Niño

Connor Bennett, Reporter

February 5, 2016

Filed under In the News

Did you know there is an El Niño? The El Niño is heavy rain. Los Angeles has two more months of it. Our city needs four more years of it to stop the drought. When the El Niño occurs there is lots of destruction in the sea...

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