the Paly Voice


  • 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.

  • 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
  • Preview: Not in Our Schools Week

    The Associated Student Body will dedicate Not in Our Schools Week to the promotion of awareness, inclusion and service within Palo Alto High School during its annual event, which runs from April 20-24 this year.

    Students who participated in the Day of Silence break the silence by shouting after school. Photo: Mary McNamara.
  • PAUSD distributing surveys on world languages, course alignment

    The Palo Alto Unified School District is conducting surveys on the world language programs and core subject alignment policies at both Palo Alto High School and Gunn High School.

    Hanover Research
  • News in Review: March 2015

    This is the third installment of the News in Review series, in which the month’s news will be summarized. The news is split into two sections: the must reads and the “accolades and accomplishments.”

    march news in review
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