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BULLETIN 12-16-19

Paly theatre's Play in a Day will be next Saturday, December 21st at 7:30pm, in the PAC. Tickets are available at the door and online at the link on screen.[https://www.palytheatre.com/tickets] the Palo Alto Teen Arts council's 7th annual Luminescence teen film festival is looking for submissions from teen filmmakers. Accepted films will be in the running to earn up to $500 in cash prizes. Please go to the link on screen to submit, or the Teen Arts council website to learn more [tinyurl.com/lff2020]

BULLETIN 12-13-19

The library and MAC will be open for final exam prep work until 8 pm on December 17th, 18th, and 19th. At 5:30 each night, a hot dinner, provided by ASB and the PTSA, is available for students who are on campus studying. Infocus is looking for new staff members for fifth period next semester. If you have an interest in broadcast journalism, have taken JTV, KJLS, Video Production, or Beginning Journalism, please consider adding broadcast journalism or intro to broadcast to your schedule. [https://www.palytheatre.com/tickets] Paly theatre's Play in a Day will be next Saturday, December 21st at 7:30pm, in the PAC. Tickets are available at the door and online at the link on screen. Today and t

BULLETIN 12-11-19

The library and MAC will be open for studying until 8 pm on December 17th, 18th, and 19th. At 5:30 each night, a hot dinner, provided by ASB and the PTSA, is available for students who are on campus studying. Tomorrow at lunch, Writers Craft students will hold a "Poetry Elves on the Quad" event. Head on out for free poems, hot chocolate, and a raffle for a Book's Inc. gift certificate. Paly Wellness' De-stress fest is going on all this week. Tomorrow, head over to the Tower Building to decorate cookies, and on Friday the theme will be "Animal Assisted Happiness," with friendly animals on the quad for students to cuddle. An ASB-sponsored ugly sweater contest also takes place on the quad duri

BULLETIN 12-6-19

The library and MAC will be open for studying on Dec. 17th, 18th, and 19th. At 5:30 pm, each night dinner will be available for students who are on campus studying. The Palo Alto Teen Advisory Board will host a Holiday Night from 6-8 pm tonight at the Mitchell Park Teen Center. The event will have a chocolate fountain, hot chocolate, games, and gingerbread man decorating. Next Thursday, December 12th, Writers Craft students will hold a "Poetry Elves on the Quad" event. Head on out for free poems, hot chocolate, and a raffle for a Book's Inc. gift certificate.

BULLETIN 12-4-19

Paly choirs presents its 17th annual Madrigal Feaste December 7th and 8th. For those attending the Royal Tea Pre-Show, doors open at 1:15 & the performance begins at 1:30pm in the MAC. Tickets for the Royal Tea are $75 which includes Royal Tea Pre-Show & Preferred Royal Seating for the Madrigal Feaste. For those with General Admission tickets, doors open at 1:30 & the performance begins at 2pm in the PAC. Tickets are $15 for Students, Senior Citizens, and Paly Staff, and are $40 for Adults. Please visit the link on screen to purchase tickets. This Thursday, December 5th, Paly Math club is hosting a guest speaker in room 862. Professor Brian Conrad from the Stanford mathematics department wil

BULLETIN 12-2-19

The city of Palo Alto is creating a time capsule for 2019 that will be opened in 2094, 75 years from now. The city thinks inclusion of high school voices is important. To have your thoughts included in the capsule, visit the link on screen to fill out a short survey about your everyday life and aspirations for the future. Bring Change to Mind, a mental health club at Palo Alto High School is hosting an event with PALY wellness called Cocoa with Counselors tomorrow December 3rd, in the Student Center during tutorial. The purpose of the event is to help familiarize PALY students with PALY counselors through facilitated discussions and activities along with hot cocoa and snacks. Paly choirs

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