the Paly Voice

Palo Alto High School, Palo Alto, CA
Thursday, September 29, 2016

  • Advisory this week is for select freshmen (A-K)
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  • Admin calls for safety reform after bike accident

    Principal Kim Diorio is renewing her call for safety improvements at a key intersection after a driver struck a Palo Alto High School student while she biked to school at the intersection of Churchill Ave. and Castilleja Ave. this morning.

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  • Featured Athlete: Runner Kent Slaney

    Imagine: A six-year-old Kent Slaney dashes through the Escondido Elementary School playground, leaving his playmates in the dust. Flash to today, Slaney is a key member of both the Palo Alto High School cross country and track and field teams. He amazes his community and consistently breaks personal and course records.

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  • Liveblog: First Presidential debate

    Presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump will face off in the 2016 election’s first debate tonight at Hofstra University. Tune in at 6 p.m. for The more »

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  • Madrono staff to hold free senior portrait sessions

    The Madrono staff is holding several photo-taking sessions for all seniors seeking free portraits. The photo sessions will take place on the Quad next week during Tutorial, Advisory and sixth period.

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  • Vikings conquer Santa Clara despite injuries

    A solid running game combined with fierce offensive pressure allowed the Palo Alto High School football team (2-3, 1-0) to make up for the absence of key players and to defeat the Santa Clara High School Bruins (2-3, 0-1), 44-31, Friday night at the Viking Stadium.

    Junior running back Paul Jackson III breaks through the Santa Clara High School defense Friday night during a home football game at the Palo Alto High School stadium. The Vikings defeated the Bruins 44-31 and displayed a dominant offensive performance. According to junior running back Paul Jackson III despite making multiple errors the team was able to recover quickly which ultimately allowed them to defeat the Bruins. "We had a lot of mistakes though I think we bounced back and adjusted well," Jackson said.

Editor's Pick

News

Admin calls for safety reform after bike accident

Principal Kim Diorio is renewing her call for safety improvements at a key intersection after a driver struck a Palo Alto High School student while she biked to school at the intersection of Churchill Ave. and Castilleja Ave. this morning.

Sports

Featured Athlete: Runner Kent Slaney

Imagine: A six-year-old Kent Slaney dashes through the Escondido Elementary School playground, leaving his playmates in the dust. Flash to today, Slaney is a key member of both the Palo Alto High School cross country and track and field teams. He amazes his community and consistently breaks personal and course records.

Opinion

The problem with our theme selection process

The Class of 2018’s recent outburst may not simply have been due to a lack of maturity, but representative of a greater issue with Paly’s entire theme selection process.

Multimedia

Verbatim: Freshmen on adjusting to high school

As the first month of the 2016-17 school year comes to an close, The Paly Voice asks members of the Palo Alto High School freshman class how they are adjusting to life at Paly.

Features

Featured Athlete: Runner Kent Slaney

Imagine: A six-year-old Kent Slaney dashes through the Escondido Elementary School playground, leaving his playmates in the dust. Flash to today, Slaney is a key member of both the Palo Alto High School cross country and track and field teams. He amazes his community and consistently breaks personal and course records.

A & E

Liveblog: First Presidential debate

Presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump will face off in the 2016 election’s first debate tonight at Hofstra University. Tune in at 6 p.m. for The more »