Delayed Graduation Provides District Greater Time to Prepare
By Darius Parakh
Cutting short the senior class' school year by nearly three months, the novel coronavirus pandemic has forced both Pioneer's administration, as well as San José Unified School District, to shift the original timeline of senior graduation events drastically.
Spring Sports Scrapped After Coronavirus Closures
By Katherine Rowe
With the county-wide school closures in response to the coronavirus pandemic, the Blossom Valley Athletic League cancelled the remainder of the spring sports season, disappointing many athletes who had been working hard to compete in their respective sports.
Students Working in Essential Businesses
By Sydney Teves and Isabella Wight
Forcing the world to come to a screeching halt, the coronavirus pandemic has caused many businesses to close until further notice. Essential businesses have been sent scrambling, making adjustments and taking extra precautions to keep their employees safe.
Standing Up for Human Rights
Pony Express Editorial Board
With the recent killings of Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, and George Floyd, there have been widespread protests, fighting against racism and police brutality towards the black community.
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