Palo Alto High School varsity sports are known for being competitive. Athletes who participate in varsity sports are often upperclassmen, though a few younger students are able to make the cut. Sometimes even freshmen get to compete at the varsity level. This winter, there are three.
Palo Alto High School students joined others from around the bay area in a peaceful demonstration Tuesday afternoon at downtown Palo Alto. The Paly Voice asked students why they decided to attend the march.
California's public schools will provide diverse options for elementary level students seeking proficiency in the English language after a proposition removing the mandate of exclusively English education was passed on the state ballot last week.
Vicki Veenker, a well-respected attorney and member of the Silicon Valley Law Foundation, believes that her prior knowledge representing low-income individuals and uniform support from environmental leaders will lead to success in Sacramento, despite her lack of elected experience.
Marc Berman, an attorney by training and current Palo Alto City Council member, plans to use his breadth of political experience to represent the 24th District if elected to the State Assembly on Nov. 8.
Before the final game of the preseason of the National Football League in San Diego on September 1st, San Fransisco 49er quarterback Colin Kaepernick knelt during the national anthem to protest police brutality against African-Americans in the United States.
Palo Alto High School welcomed seven new teachers this year to the science department. Michael Lupoli, Diana Rivera and Tara Vereyken are three of the new teachers educating underclassmen through Biology and Chemistry courses.