By Edwin Chen // The Lafayette Chamber of Commerce, along with the City of Lafayette co-sponsored the 23rd annual reservoir run on Sunday, October 25. Not only did the family-friendly event provide more than 2000 throughout the bay area an entire day of entertainment and exercise, but it also supported […]
By Blueprint Editors-in-Chief The Walnut Creek Police Department (PD) has still not filed charges against former Acalanes English teacher Marshall Pfeiffer, who was arrested seven months ago in September on a felony charge of suspicion of possession of child pornography. And the Contra Costa County District Attorney (DA)’s office does not […]
By Iris Wang, Staff Writer The Acalanes Union High School District Governing Board recently passed two resolutions approving a reduction of current employees and services in the 2015-2016 school year that will affect all four high schools in the district. The Board approved the two resolutions unanimously at […]
By Lauren Kim, Online Editor in Chief The lockdown on Miramonte High School was lifted within an hour after it was enacted as the threat at Del Rey Elementary was detained and removed from the campus.
By Lauren Kim and Danny Ennis, Online Editor in Chief, Opinion Editor Photo of Miramonte’s campus courtesy of Miramonte High School. Miramonte High School entered into lockdown mode on Wednesday, March 4, 2015 after nearby Del Rey Elementary School reported a man armed with a gun on its campus. Del […]
By Lauren Kim, Online Editor in Chief In celebration of the recently passed Chinese New Year, the Acalanes Mandarin classes performed a semi-traditional Chinese dance parade in the front quad on Wednesday, February 25, 2015. Mandarin students of all levels participated in the show, some dressed in lion costumes or […]
By Lucy Fellner, Online Content Editor Clubs with low membership or those who missed the fall deadline for club creation finally got chance for redemption. Acalanes hosted the second club day of the 2014-2015 school year on Friday, February 20, 2015.
By Reilly Webster, Online Graphics Editor Acalanes students get down and dirty in the mud while installing the new garden fence.
By Lauren Kim, Online Editor in Chief Blueprint had to delay the distribution of issue five on Friday, February 6, 2015 due to a coincidental and statistically almost impossible placement of a memorial tribute to a departed former student, Jake Kallen, which ended up next to a story about a […]
By Diego Mountin, Staff Writer Four Acalanes seniors were recognized by the National Merit Scholarship Program as some of the highest scorers of the Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (PSAT/NMSQT). This past September, seniors Lauren Kim, Chris Mickas, Conor Sasner, and Eric Sirott were confirmed as semifinalists […]