The Palo Alto Unified School District Board of Education unanimously approved a creative bell schedule for Gunn High School and viewed a presentation addressing the district’s minority achievement gap.
An opinion article published in The New York Times yesterday featured a nod to Palo Alto High School’s United States History classes and the projects their teacher, David Rapaport, sent to the article’s author, Gail Collins.
As the school year wraps up and students prepare to embark on the next step in their life, it’s easy to forget that each of our teachers underwent similar processes not long ago. The Paly Voice gathered data from Paly faculty members to mark where each of them attended college, as well as to ask for personal advice.
Two Palo Alto High School seniors are selling an assortment of beaded bracelets to support the Adolescent Counseling Services. They are currently selling for $25 and can be bought by contacting Claire Chevallier or Emma Chiu through Facebook.
Students enrolled in choir classes at Palo Alto High School for the 2015-2016 school year are invited to audition for Paly Choir’s a cappella groups tomorrow during advisory and after school in the choir room.
In the wake of tragedies in Palo Alto, our community and the national media have found various outlets to express their opinions on the schools’ failure to mitigate student stress. Even though it is easy to point to a single cause, we must avoid generalizations and maintain our willingness to improve through constructive feedback.
As summer approaches, parents may be searching for summer programs that their children can attend. Luckily, students at Palo Alto High School are hosting a wide variety of camps for different age groups.