the Paly Voice


  • How Palo Alto’s water restrictions will affect you

    In response to California’s drought and statewide water goals, the City of Palo Alto is taking initiative to cut its water use by enacting water restrictions that will affect all citizens starting on June 1.

    Ornamental uses of water such as lawns will be most affected by Palo Alto’s water restrictions. These restrictions come in response the California’s ongoing drought, with 2014 being the warmest and third driest year on record in California, according to California Water Science Center.
  • School Board approves Gunn’s new schedule; examines minority achievement solutions

    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.

  • History class project acknowledged in The New York Times

    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.

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  • Bracelets support Adolescent Counseling Services

    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.

  • Mitchell Park Library to host Movie Night

    The Mitchell Park Library is hosting its first ever Teen Movie Night next Tuesday, May 19 from 6:15 p.m. to 8 p.m.

    Teen Tuesday sign at the Mitchell park library advertising the upcoming events. Photo taken by Aisha Chabane
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