Parents and children alike "oohed and aahed" as they perused tables lined with gorgeous, intricate icicle ornaments, Christmas trees, acorns, and many other pieces of glass-blown art. The festivities were part of Palo Alto High School's seasonal Fiery Arts Sale, in which glassblowing students sell the artwork they have created during the year to raise money for the glass program.
A protest planned by a coalition of Stanford student organizations for Tuesday, Nov. 14 is expected to draw over five hundred people in response to a speech on the same day by controversial author and blogger Robert Spencer.
Palo Alto Unified School District high school students will gather from from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. tonight at the Perry Performing Arts Center at Palo Alto High School to speak with college representatives from over 100 colleges, on hand to answer questions about majors, campuses, and college programs.
Since the Wellness Center was introduced onto Palo Alto High School’s campus two years ago, it has become an essential resource for many students, though many remain unaware of how helpful it can be. Two Wellness Center workers hope to raise awareness in the school community about the ways the Wellness Center can benefit students.