The Student News Publication of Franklin High School

The Buzz

The Buzz

The Buzz

FHS Football Ends Season 2-8
FHS Football Ends Season 2-8
Richard Martinez, Staff Writer • May 24, 2024

Franklin's High School football team wrapped up the 2023 season with eight losses...

FHS Freshman Basketball face off against Edison.
FHS Boys Basketball Looks Forward to the Future
Kimberly Martinez-Cabasag, Staff Writer • March 15, 2024

The Franklin High School boys' basketball team finished their season on Wednesday,...

Weather


  • 3 PM
    94 °
  • 4 PM
    94 °
  • 5 PM
    92 °
  • 6 PM
    88 °
  • 7 PM
    82 °
  • 8 PM
    76 °
  • 9 PM
    72 °
  • 10 PM
    68 °
  • 11 PM
    66 °
  • 12 AM
    64 °
  • 1 AM
    62 °
  • 2 AM
    60 °
  • 3 AM
    58 °
  • 4 AM
    56 °
  • 5 AM
    55 °
  • 6 AM
    56 °
  • 7 AM
    59 °
  • 8 AM
    64 °
  • 9 AM
    69 °
  • 10 AM
    73 °
  • 11 AM
    77 °
  • 12 PM
    81 °
  • 1 PM
    85 °
  • 2 PM
    87 °
  • 3 PM
    89 °
June 14
96°/ 56°
Sunny
June 15
91°/ 54°
Sunny
June 16
88°/ 55°
Sunny
Plant Club: A place where people can relax after a long week
Plant Club: A place where people can relax after a long week
Cayla Mendoza, Opinions Editor • May 30, 2024

Plant Club at Franklin High School is where students can relax after a long...

Are You Interested In Joining Journalism Next School Year?
Are You Interested In Joining Journalism Next School Year?
Cayla Mendoza, Opinions Editor • May 30, 2024

Franklin High School has not had a journalism program in at least five years....

The benefits of staying productive this summer
The benefits of staying productive this summer
Cayla Mendoza, Opinion editor • May 30, 2024

As the school year is coming to an end, summer vacation is approaching. Staying occupied is vital as it allows many people, especially students, to remain productive. It’s an...

View All
Editorial Policy

The Buzz is a public forum for student expression — student editors make all content decisions. It is our goal to express the full range of opinions, viewpoints, backgrounds, and experiences of all Franklin High School Students. We strive to uphold the Journalistic principles and code of conduct as established by the Student Press Law Center and the Society of Professional Journalists. All rights and responsibilities as outlined by the Stockton Unified School District Board of Education are reserved.

Support Us
$25
$500
Contributed
Our Goal

Your donation will support the student journalists of Franklin High School. Your contribution will allow us to purchase equipment and cover our annual website hosting costs.

A Descent into Hades: A Review of The Underworld Saga”
A Descent into Hades: A Review of "The Underworld Saga”
Ruby Faihtinger, Staff Writer • April 30, 2024

Brace yourselves, Odysseus enthusiasts! Jorge "Mr. Jalephano" Rivera-Herrans...

Epic The Circe Saga: A Godly Musical Experience.
Epic The Circe Saga: A Godly Musical Experience.
Ruby Faihtinger, Staff Writer • April 2, 2024

After months of anticipation, the penultimate album in Act I of Jorge "Jay"...

Contact Us

Contact The Buzz

Use this form to send a letter to the Editor, give feedback/ constructive criticism, or provide a story idea or news tip.

Name(Required)
Email(Required)
Please let us know what's on your mind. Have a question for us? Ask away.
This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.
xr:d:DAF_aAOSgiQ:32,j:1708411845048887430,t:24031421
Nuevo sistema de Gestión de Emergencias adoptado por FHS
Sebastian Munoz, Sports Editor • May 30, 2024

El sistema de emergencia de Franklin High School ha experimentado recientemente unos cambios. Se adoptó un nuevo sistema con la esperanza de...

Tenis FHS: cero victorias, muchas esperanzas
Tenis FHS: cero victorias, muchas esperanzas
Kimberly Sanchez, Editor-in-chief • May 30, 2024

Después de participar en un torneo local, el equipo de tenis de Franklin High School terminó su temporada el pasado viernes 27 de octubre....

¿Stockton se beneficiaría de estudiantes jóvenes votando por su consejo escolar?
¿Stockton se beneficiaría de estudiantes jóvenes votando por su consejo escolar?
Kimberly Sanchez, Editor-in-chief • April 16, 2024

En Newark, N.J., jóvenes estudiantes de 16 años tendrán el derecho a votar en las elecciones del consejo escolar. Este es un logro importante...

Donate to The Buzz
$25
$500
Contributed
Our Goal

Activate Search
The Student News Publication of Franklin High School