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  • PTSA to focus on school climate in its last meeting of the year

    The last Parent Teacher Student Association meeting of the year will be held at 8:30 a.m. this Thursday in the English Resource Center.

    Penny Ellson, chair of the PTA's Traffic Safety Committee, introduces the traffic safety improvement project to Paly PTSA at the Feb. 21 meeting. If passed, this project may improve bike and pedestrian safety at Paly while relieving congestion Churchill Avenue.
  • Fun facts of future ASB officers

    Find out more about the 2014-15 ASB elected officers!

    2014-15 ASB elected officers.
  • Teacher-student shadowing program increases communication

    In an effort to open up communication between students and teachers, School Climate Committee head Eric Bloom is working to assign teachers different students to shadow for an average school day, an effort that will continue throughout the semester.

    Should you run into your English teacher in your math class, never fear. Photo by Paige Esterly.
  • Opinion: Prahmm 2k14 in review

    Each year, about half of Palo Alto High School students travel to a four-hour event, which we all know and love as Prom.

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  • Paly to host annual Not In Our Schools week

    Palo Alto High School will host its annual Not In Our Schools week beginning Monday during brunch and lunch on the Quad.

    The library blackboard outlines the events and activities that will take place next week during Not In Our Schools week. Not In Our Schools week starts Monday with different bullying-related issues focused on each day. There will be various activities, from music performances to tie dying shirts, happening during the week. Photo by Julianna Heron.

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PTSA to focus on school climate in its last meeting of the year

The last Parent Teacher Student Association meeting of the year will be held at 8:30 a.m. this Thursday in the English Resource Center.

Sports

Boys’ golf roars off to 11-0 start, faces second-place Gunn today

After earning an undefeated record going into the end of the regular season, the Palo Alto High School boys’ golf team (10-0) is preparing to take on cross-town rival Gunn High School (10-1) Tuesday at the Santa Teresa Golf Club.

Opinion

Opinion: Prahmm 2k14 in review

Each year, about half of Palo Alto High School students travel to a four-hour event, which we all know and love as Prom.

Multimedia

Slideshow: “Farewell Big Gym” event a fitting celebration

Palo Alto High School hosted a celebration for the Big Gym honoring 85 years of its use on March 16. The Big Gym will be more »

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Fun facts of future ASB officers

Find out more about the 2014-15 ASB elected officers!

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Paly theater students to showcase original plays tonight

Eight Palo Alto High School theater students will be presenting their original 10-minute plays tonight at 7 p.m. at the Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts