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  • English teacher Bill Isham on his last day teaching at SI. Read more here.

  • The varsity boys' lacrosse team was ranked fifth in the nation after winning eight straight WCAL titles. Read more here.

  • The SI Athletics Office honored all the seniors will be competing in sports next year on the college level. Read more here.

  • Water protectors flew the “Protect the Sacred” banner and a flag of the American Indian Movement while praying and singing. Photo by Theresa Martin. Read more here.

  • Ken Ryan 78, behind the scenes before the opening of the Opera’s production of Frankenstein. Ken started working at the War Memorial Opera House while still a student at Cal and has moved up the ranks to his current job as master of properties for the San Francisco Ballet. Read more here.

  • Matt Balano, the school's director of equity and inclusion, is leaving SI after helping it become a more diverse community. Read more here.

Cover Story
  • At one point this year, the SI varsity girls’ basketball team was ranked third in the nation and was touted as one of the best teams in the state and in school history.
  •  For Head Coach Mike Mulkerrins ’91, the reason for this was understandable, as the team featured some of the best players he has seen in his nine years at the helm. In fact, every member of this year’s group of seniors could play college basketball, and six will play for colleges that actively recruited them — Josie Little for Columbia, Erin Hanley for Smith, Janessa Manzano for Hawaii-Pacific, Sydney Raggio for St. Mary’s, Addi Walters for Cal State Bakersfield and Jolene Yang for UC San Diego.
  • Both Tyler Brown and Brianna Beckman were heavily recruited by several universities, but they turned down offers to play college ball in order to focus on their academics. … Read more here.
First Words
  • About two years ago, my father took a fall on his 85th birthday and broke his arm. With that, his world changed. Before the fall, he had served as the primary caregiver for my mother, whose memory and mobility are limited, and his broken arm, compounded by his worsening Parkinson’s disease, meant that both of my parents quickly needed help. Fortunately, he had already been relying on daily support from caregivers who work for Greg McCarthy ’86, CEO of Thera Home Care and one of the SI alums showcased in this issue. Working with Greg, we were able to extend the hours of these caregivers. Since then, my father’s arm has healed, and these women have become part of our extended family. … Click here to read more. 

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