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 Stage 10 at Sony Pictures Studios in Culver City in early April. Mr. Crowell isn't allowed to say if he won until after the show airs. The episode airs locally tonight on Channel 7 at 7 o'clock, so tune in to see how he does.
ASB has scheduled one final set of performances for Quadchella each day of this week. Tomorrow, there will be performances from Camila Urteaga and Eric Sheffer.
Field Day will also be this Friday. There will be music, slides, and games all around the quad. Due to this, there will be a special schedule with an extended lunch. Be sure to take not of the special schedule which will accommodate field day.
There are still some summer opportunities available to students.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
The Theatre 1 and 2 showcases are taking place tomorrow from 7 to 9pm. Admission is free and open to all, and students are encouraged to come see the show