By Zoe Edelman and Daniel Mone, Videographers // Day four of Homecoming week consisted of an intense pie eating contest. Watch the highlights below!
By Zoe Edelman, Videographer // Day three of homecoming week consisted of a heated staff vs student dodgeball game and a jungle-themed dress up. Watch the recap below!
By Ryann Drue, Videographer // Students partook in Tuesday’s cardstacking challenge, modeled after the juniors’ subtheme, Alice In Wonderland. Juniors took first, with sophomores following behind and seniors lagging in third place. The senior class remains in first place for homecoming week.
By Shreekar Pandey, Feature Editor // In anticipation for Homecoming week, students of all grades came together to decorate the hallways. Watch a recap below!
// By Noah Glosson, Staff Writer The Acalanes football team took a beating from a physically-talented Clayton Valley Charter High School. The Ugly Eagles defeated the Dons last Friday 49-3, marking the Dons’ third consecutive loss. After falling into a 7-0 hole to begin the game, junior quarterback Nick Kresnak […]
By Daniel Mone, Videographer // Acalanes students wore their pajamas to school and participated in a magic carpet race at lunch to celebrate the first day of homecoming week.
By Karen Rosenberg and Sarah Westergren, Online Editors-in-Chief // “Dad, someone’s flying the flag up on the bridge.” James Minder turned his wheel towards the El Curtola bridge, eyeing the lone flag flapping in the wind as his son had. The World Trade Center had fallen to terrorists, and […]
By Coco Cornish, Copy Editor // As the sun rises over senior year, so does a new found tradition at Acalanes High School. Coming together on Friday, Aug. 24, 75 seniors gathered around the football field with blankets and chairs to watch the unfortunate overcast at the brand new “senior […]
By John Kalil, Sports Editor // Acalanes students gathered around the pool on Wednesday, May 30 to watch their peers dive in for a fun game of Inner tube water polo during Leadership’s “Pre-Finals” week.
By Sofia Olsson, Online Feature Editor // The Acalanes High School student-run newspaper, Blueprint, has been at the center of attention this awards season. At the Dean Lesher High School Journalism Awards on Tuesday, May 8, Blueprint competed against various high schools in the county and received eight first place awards, ranking […]