the Paly Voice

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  • Opinion: The Zero Period debate

    The Paly Voice discusses the pros and cons of Zero Period Physical Education at Palo Alto High School.

    Students from Palo Alto High School Physical Education teacher Stacey Kofman’s Zero Period PE class jog around the track. Photo by Jeanette Wong.
  • “The Juggling Kid”

    With just over a year and a half of experience under his belt, sophomore Zach Strassberg-Phillips has earned himself a nickname of “The Juggling Kid” due to his consistent display of his hobby. Read on to discover his story.

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  • Season update: Track to face-off against Los Gatos

    After an impressive opening to their seasons, the Palo Alto High School boys’ (4-0) and girls’ (2-2) track and field teams look to maintain their strong performances as they prepare for their next meet at 3:15 p.m. tomorrow at home, against the Los Gatos High School Wildcats (4-0).

    Junior Dami Bolarinwa sprints to the finish line in the 400-meter run agaInst Gunn High School on March 12. The Paly boys' team defeated Gunn 82-45. Photo by Nika Woodfill
  • Students to give back on Service Day

    For the fourth day of Palo Alto High School’s Not In Our Schools Week, students are invited to give back to the community both on- and off-campus tomorrow by participating in the sixth annual Service Day.

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  • Students plead with school board to re-examine zero period elimination

    Over 40 Gunn High School students attended the Palo Alto Unified School District Board of Education meeting tonight to contest the district’s decision to remove Gunn’s academic Zero Period classes.

    Palo Alto community members fill the District Office at tonight's board meeting. There was an open forum in which 24 speakers, most of whom were Gunn High School students, addressed the recent decision to eliminate non-academic Zero Period classes at Gunn. Photo by Jeanette Wong

Editor's Pick

News

ASB Appointed Officers Results 2015-16

The ASB Appointed Officers results for the 2015-2016 school year have been announced.

Sports

Liveblog: Boys’ lacrosse takes on Los Gatos

Check back here at 7 p.m. for live coverage of the Palo Alto High School boys’ lacrosse team (11-9-1, 3-6) as they host the De Anza league-leading Los Gatos High School Wildcats (8-5, 8-0) at the El Camino field.

Opinion

Opinion: Zero Period PE policy needs reform

Zero Period Physical Education classes need reform in order to limit student stress and decrease sleep deprivation.

Multimedia

Slideshow: What students appreciate about their teachers

In celebration of Staff Appreciation Week, The Paly Voice asked students what they appreciate about their teachers.

Features

“The Juggling Kid”

With just over a year and a half of experience under his belt, sophomore Zach Strassberg-Phillips has earned himself a nickname of “The Juggling Kid” due to his consistent display of his hobby. Read on to discover his story.

A & E

SatireDay Cartoon 4

Check out the latest cartoon.