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BULLETIN 9-27-19

The King Institute at Stanford is hosting a conference from Oct 11-13. It will be in commemoration of Mahatma Gandhi's 150th birthday and titled "The Uplift of All: Gandhi, King, and the Global Struggle for Freedom and Justice." The conference will feature voices such as Ela and Rajmohan Gandhi -- grandchildren of Mahatma Gandhi. Registration is required, but it is free for students. For more information and to register, visit the link on the screen [https://kinginstitute.stanford.edu/institute/gkgi.] A band of Paly teachers, Willy and the Four Boys, will perform next Friday, October 4th at an all ages show. The show starts at 6 at Devil's Canyon in San Carlos. Palo Alto's Teen Arts Cou

BULLETIN 9-25-19

There will be a boys soccer preseason meeting at the El Camino field bleachers at lunch on Tuesday, October 1, to go over tryouts. If students have questions prior to the meeting, they should stop by Room 812. The national Deej Inclusion Tour is holding a local event with the award-winning documentary, DEEJ, about autism and inclusion. As part of the tour, there will be a screening of Deej at Paly's Haymarket theatre on Thursday, October 10th at 6:30 PM for all community members, as well as an exlcusive 4 PM showing for PAUSD educators. The events will be free and open to the public. As a reminder to all Paly seniors, senior portraits and baby ads are due October 11th. The Silicon Valley

BULLETIN 9-23-19

Sources of Strength is a club on campus that works to prevent suicide by increasing help-seeking behaviors and promoting connections between peers and caring adults. Club leaders encourage those who would like to learn more about becoming a peer leader in Sources of Strength to come by P11 tomorrow during Tutorial or Wednesday during lunch to learn more. Students interested in Film and who want to earn community service hours should be sign up to be an usher for the Silicon Valley Jewish Film festival which will take place at Palo Alto Square. Ushers are needed from October 26th to November 6th. Contact Julie Mell at julie@SVJFF to sign up. College visits continue this week. Tomorrow In

BULLETIN 9-20-19

GirlsCodeAI is an AI-focused workshop+hackathon for girls in the Bay Area. It takes place at the Mitchell Park Community Center on Saturday from 9:00 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. Lunch and dinner is free for all participants. Sign up at tinyurl.com/girlscodeai19 or email girlscodemonth@gmail.com for more information. The Silicon Valley Jewish Film Festival is looking for students interested in film and storytelling to volunteer as Ushers during the Festival in Palo Alto. The Festival takes place October 28th through November 6th at Palo Alto Square. The festival also welcomes anyone to see any of the 31 films screening over the three weeks. There are group rates available if you purchase 10 or mor

BULLETIN 9-18-19

The ASB intramural volleyball tournament is happening all this week at lunch. Because of the rain, the tournament was postponed for today. But ASB hopes to have it up and running again tomorrow. Quadside lands is also postponed because of the weather, but starting tomorrow it should be happening for the rest of the week at lunch on the quad. Headlining tomorrow will be PALYCE. The headliner for Friday is Oscar's Band Tribute Band Tribute Band. Come out to the quad for free food, activities, and wristbands, plus a dress-up day on Friday with a festival theme There are a lot of colleges visiting Paly's campus over the next few days. Today, Linfield College comes at 2:05, and The New School wil

BULLETIN 9-13-19

Paly's yearbook publication, Madrono, would like to remind all seniors to submit their baby ads and senior portraits. Both are due on October 11th. More information can be found at palymadrono.com. Parking enforcement for staff and students starts Monday. In order to park on campus between 8am and 4pm, students must have a valid parking permit. Please see Ms. Giffen in the tower building for a permits. The Paly esports team is holding tryouts for its Rainbow 6 Siege team to compete in the Fall season of the High School Esports League. Competitors will compete with dozens of other teams from around the country for huge prize pools and the first place title. All players interested should

BULLETIN 9-11-19

Senior planet, a brand-new program at Avenidas Senior Center in Palo Alto, is looking for students to volunteer to do some good in the community. Students will be asked to help older adults learn how to use technology such as facetime and texting. Contact the Guidance Office for more information. Parking enforcement starts at Paly starting next Monday, September 16th. In order to park on campus between 8am and 4pm, students must have a parking permit. Please see the ASB Book keeper in the front office for availability or permits. Paly's yearbook publication, Madrono, would like to remind all seniors to submit their baby ads and senior portraits. Both are due on October 11th. More infor

BULLETIN 9-9-19

Senior Planet, a brand-new program at Avenidas Senior Center in Palo Alto is looking for volunteers to help older adults learn how to use technology. Contact the Guidance Office for more information. Permits for students parking in Paly lots will be enforced starting tomorrow. To get a permit, visit the ASB bookeeper's office in the tower building. Students who want to hear some music by high school artists should head over to the Teen Arts Council's Open Mic Night this Friday. The event will take place from 7:30-9:00pm at the mitchell park community center and is free for all teenagers. The Paly Science Olympiad team is looking for new members for the 2019-2020 school year. Students

BULLETIN 9-6-19

All students who drive themselves to school should be aware that parking enforcement starts next Tuesday. If any student doesn't have a parking permit, they will need one in order to park in any Paly lot. See Jenny in the main office for a permit. This coming Monday, there will be a TON of college visits. Starting off the day, we have University of Massachusetts, Amherst Campus at 8:20 AM;Lafayette College at 9:05 AM; University of Tennessee, Knoxville at 10:05 AM; University of Wisconsin, Madison at 2:05 PM and Whitman College at 2:50 PM. With club day coming up soon, clubs might want to get some branding started. The Graphic Design classes want to help any campus club or organization cre

BULETIN 9-4-19

For all Paly seniors, colleges are sending their reps to campus to share some information about their schools. Students who are interested in attending one of these sessions, should stop by the college and career center to get a pass from class. The colleges visiting over the next few days are: Washington University in St. Louis tomorrow at 8:20 am, John Hopkins University, Friday at 8:20 am, College of Mount Saint Vincent, Friday at 12:15 pm, and Purdue University, Friday at 2:05 pm. The full list can be found online and is posted on the wall outside the guidance office. Also for seniors, senior parent night is tonight at 7pm in the Performing Arts Center. All students who drive themselves

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