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  • Storm spouts leaks, leads to evacuations

    A storm has caused floods and a leak across the Palo Alto High School campus today, potentially causing further damage.

    A student walks through the flooded area of the campus near the Student Center. Flooding in some areas of the campus reached over one foot deep today. Photo by Molly Fogarty.
  • Students protest jury rulings on Quad

    Palo Alto High School’s Black Scholars United club arranged a peaceful protest today during Lunch on the Quad as a response to the recent Ferguson and Staten Island grand jury rulings.

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  • Library plans finalized during facilities meeting

    The Palo Alto High School Facilities Steering Committee unanimously voted on Tuesday to adopt the new library plans for approval of the school board in late January.

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  • Robotics team goes through first-ever cuts

    The Palo Alto High School Robotics Team has to cut students for the first time since its founding. The goal is to reduce the over 100 students to around 50 in order to be more productive and safer around dangerous tools.

    Students work in the robotics lab. All robotics members need to be cleared on the tools before using them. With too many students in the lab, it is unsafe for even the most experienced students to do work. Photo by Freddy Kellison-Linn
  • City hosting community toy drive

    The Palo Alto Teen Advisory Board is currently holding a holiday toy drive for underprivileged children in Palo Alto.

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