Chhabra Earns Youth & Government Promotion

Jessica Rosiak and Gracie Woidat

February 19, 2020

Junior Arjun Chhabra has been appointed Special Rapporteur of the state for the International Affairs Committee, a prestigious position in the Youth and Government program. Youth and Government is a state-wide program that...

Ethnic Studies Elective Debuts next Year

Sofie Blaj, Staff Writer

February 18, 2020

Intro To Ethnic Studies will be a semester-long class offered next school year. After students expressed interest in the course during diversity meetings Leadership teacher Lindsay Webb-Peploe and counselor Patrick Turner led...

Racket Drive Supports Bay Area Youth

Erika Riedel, Business Editor

February 18, 2020

The Let's Rally Together Club collected 50 tennis rackets that it will donate to underprivileged Bay Area children through the Youth Tennis Advantage (YTA) Charity. Along with donations from students and local tennis clubs,...

Campus Hosts Annual District-Wide Leadership Conference

Mia Jay, Staff Writer

February 18, 2020

Hosted at Campolindo, an Oscars-themed leadership conference brought together students from the 4 comprehensive high school campuses of the Acalanes Union School District on February 10. The annual event allows leadership classes...

Sieckert Helps Establish Memorial for Murdered Boys

Sheila Teker, Staff Writer

February 13, 2020

With the aid of English teacher Shannon Sieckert, an official state historical marker in the state of Mississippi honoring murder victims Henry Dee and Charles Moore was approved by the Department of Archives and History in January. Henry...

Club Enjoys Ocean Science Competition

Sheila Teker, Staff Writer

February 11, 2020

The Marine Sciences Club attended its 1st Sea Lion Bowl at the Cal State Monterey campus on February 1. The Sea Lion Bowl is a regional competition in which students compete in a quiz show-like manner, answering questions about...

Temple Trip Examines Civil Rights History

Jessica Rosiak, News Editor

January 22, 2020

For 5 days, juniors and seniors from Temple Isaiah in Lafayette visited Alabama and Georgia in order to learn about Martin Luther King Jr.'s legacy, including his fight for civil rights, while also examining Jewish life in the...

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