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BULLETIN 5-21-19

Rising college freshman interested in computer science majors, there is a CS-related opportunity this summer. The day consists of coding practices, Q&A sessions, panels, lunch, etc. The event is free and will take place on Friday, July 19th and will last from 8:30 am to 5 pm. If you missed the deadline for yearbook purchases, don't despair. A limited amount are still available to purchase. Be sure to go to Ms. Giffen's office in the tower building. Students can check inside the College and Careers Center or, the bulletin board in front of the C-and-C-C for a list of available volunteers opportunities and internships. Feel free to contact k-larson@pausd.org for more information. Students wi

BULLETIN 5-13-19

Paly's own Spanish teacher, Mr. Crowell will hopefully continue his winning ways as he competes in the next round of the Jeopardy teacher's tournament. After emerging winning last week's episode, Palo Alto High School teacher Trevor Crowell will compete in the semifinals of the Jeopardy! Teachers Tournament tonight. Last week Crowell bet $100 in Final Jeopardy, but still won the game. After two rounds of answers and questions, he was well ahead of the other two contestants with $15,600. The other two had $1,000 and $12,400. Crowell has been a fan of "Jeopardy!" all his life. He took an online test to qualify for the show and then auditioned last July in San Francisco. The show was taped on

BULLETIN 5-7-19

Pre-sale of the 100th volume of Paly's yearbook, Madrono, will end on Friday, May 17 at noon on the Paly webstore or students can see Ms. Giffen in the Tower Building to order in person. Yearbooks cost $90, by cash, check or by credit/debt card. Additional copies are available for sale when they are released during the week of May 20th The Community Service bulletin board outside the CCC office offers students a way to find summer volunteer opportunities. For more information, email klarson@pausd.org. AP testing continues until May 18th. On your screen you will find the schedule for the rest of the testing period. The community alliance for identity expression is hosting the 5th annual Pri

BULLETIN 5-8-19

Pre-sale of the 100th volume of Paly's yearbook, Madrono, will end on Friday, May 17 at noon. If you have not yet ordered one, you must do so before that time to guarantee a book. You can go to the Paly webstore or see Ms. Giffen in the Tower Building to order in person. Yearbooks cost $90, by cash, check or by credit/debt card. Additional copies available for sale when they are released during the week of May 20th, but all sales at that point will need to be made through Mrs. Giffen before picking up a yearbook. If you aren't sure if you already ordered one, Mrs. Giffen can check the current list for you. Looking for summer volunteer opportunities? Come to the tower building to check out t

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