• The 2020-2021 school year will begin through distance learning.
  • Norse Notes is on summer break, but will post breaking news as appropriate.
  • Viking Voyage Day will be August 5 for freshmen and sophomores.
  • Viking Voyage Day will be August 4 for juniors and seniors.
  • The 2020-2021 school year will start on August 12.

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The front of the Affordable Smoke Shop, telling buyers to have their ID or their
Roseville smoke shop owner gets Smoked
Ciaran Henderson, Staff Writer & Website Manager • February 6, 2020

Thursday morning Roseville Police and Sheriff deputies arrested Affordable Smoke Shop owner Tony Kako, 47, for allegedly selling paraphernalia to minors.  Kako was set...

Inclusivity above all
Inclusivity above all
Emily Rojas, Editor-in-Chief, Photographer, Designer • January 17, 2020

As of today, Oakmont has announced that they are updating their policies and getting rid of “gender-based titles.” Now, they will classify the nominees previously titled...

Senior Emmie Pierce wraps presents for the F.C. Joyce Elementary School
Santa’s Helpers
Naomi Mitten-Voget, Staff Writer • December 11, 2019

For some people, the holiday season is filled with joy and gifts. However, for those who are less fortunate, it can be a time of hardship. For this exact reason, Oakmont’s...

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STAR: Desmond actively acts in all of Oakmont
A Midsummer Night's Dream to Become a Shakespeare Professor
Lauren Watanabe, Staff Writer • February 7, 2020

Sophomore Eleonore Desmond has been pursuing drama since she was five years old, when both her and her mom performed in “A Christmas Carol” as the soup lady and the soup...

Elf On The Shelf
The Elf on the Shelf
Naomi Mitten-Voget, Staff Writer • December 20, 2019

The Elf on the Shelf is a Christmas tradition that makes kids want to be on their best behavior during the month of December. The Elf on the Shelf is a doll that shows...

Baby Yoda
Baby Yoda
Sofia Davalos, Staff Writer • December 20, 2019

When Disney Plus was released on November 12, 2019, a show called The Mandalorian was released that was immediately watched by many of the subscribers. In this show, there...

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Senior Cynthia Hernandez lights a sparkler to welcome and celebrate the new year of 2020 and to reminisce on 2019.
2019 in a snapshot
Emily Rojas, Editor-in-Chief & Staff Writer • December 20, 2019

The past 12 months of the decade have flown by in the blink of an eye. It feels as if just moments ago we were merging out of 2018, looking into the new year of 2019 with...

The Vapedemic
The Vapedemic
Ethan Lelis, Staff Writer • December 20, 2019

Vaping could be deemed as the most widespread trend for highschoolers over the past five years. In 2014, a study conducted by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention...

Sophomore Sophia Leddy is always involved in activist activities so that she can help change the world in the ways she sees fit.
The Fight for the Future
Valentina Moreno, Staff Writer • December 19, 2019

Anne Frank once said, “How wonderful it is that nobody need wait a single moment before starting to improve the world.” The message is just as pertinent today. As the...

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The varsity girls
Four years of buckets
Marina Alexander, Staff Writer • February 13, 2020

The girls’ varsity basketball seniors played their last home game on February 6, losing to the Placer Hillmen. “Just playing basketball for this program has given me...

Senior boy
Looking back and moving forward
Marika Alexander, Staff Writer • February 12, 2020

The boys' varsity soccer team had their last home game on February 6, winning 2-1 against Placer High School. For the seniors  this was their last game playing in their...

Senior Kaidin James takes the ball down the field against the Placer Hillmen.
Coming to an end
Lauren Watanabe, Staff Writer • February 11, 2020

The girls' varsity soccer team played their last home game on February 5th, losing to Placer by one goal. As the winter sports are slowly coming to their end, so is the high...

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Girl with the Porcelain Face- This piece signifies the daily pressure many face to conceal their emotions.
Laughter is the best medicine
Claire Arnold, Staff Writer & Business Manager • February 13, 2020

Students are using humor more and more as a coping mechanism for stress and hardships in their daily lives. They laugh at dark jokes or even make self-deprecating jokes, which...

Online shopping has become the biggest challenger to shopping in a physical store.
In Person Versus Online
Robyn Price, Copy Editor • December 20, 2019

With the holidays quickly approaching, shopping has become a huge part of many people’s lives. With lists as long as the Nile, it can be hard to make enough time to shop...

Life with One Parent
Grace Smith, Features Editor • December 13, 2019

Many students on campus have parents who are either: divorced, separated, or single. It is very different for each student who has experienced this. A study conducted by...

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Student Bulletin 3/31
Oakmont High School Graduation 2020
Advanced Media • May 29, 2020

Congratulations all graduates. Oakmont Advanced Media would like to thank all graduating seniors, Oakmont staff, and parents for the help and...

Oakmont High School Pre-Ceremony Graduation
Advanced Media • May 29, 2020

Class of 2020 seniors thank their families, friends, and teachers before their graduation ceremony. Additionally, staff members wish students...

Oakmont High School Senior Academic Merit Awards 2020
Advanced Media • May 15, 2020

In this video, seniors are awarded their academic merit awards and are celebrated for their achievements at Oakmont.

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