The Student Newspaper of Acalanes High School
By Brendan Connelly and Griffin Ruebner, Staff Writers // In order to maintain an effective and thoughtful curriculum throughout the Acalanes Union High School District (AUHSD), proposals for new classes may be made, vetted, and approved. The AUHSD Governing Board unanimously voted to adopt five
By Stella Heo and Kayli Harley, Online Editors-in-Chief // Through racial equity education and community dialogues, the Acalanes Union High School District (AUHSD) worked to create an inclusive and supportive school environment. Despite these efforts, possible acts of racially-motivated hate still plague the community. An
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By Brendan Connelly, Staff Writer // Throughout 2020, the Acalanes Union High School District (AUHSD) worked to create a more inclusive environment for members of the LGBTQ+ community. On a recent panel, student leaders from around the District helped spread this message across California. Leaders
By Shrida Pandey, Marisa Guerra Echeverria, and Lyanne Wang, Online News Editor and Staff Writers // The 2020 United States (U.S.) election cycle brought a historical amount of increased representation and diversity in politics. With the first transgender state senator, the first non-binary state senator, and
By Bluepers Staff // In this episode of Bluepers, host Keith Johnson does a blind monologue, co-director Zack Lara reviews two burgers, and Keith makes a Thanksgiving tier list with special guest George Rogers. Enjoy!
By Brendan Connelly, Staff Writer // Beginning with discussions about race and identity in Academy cohorts at the start of the semester, Acalanes High School students continue to have the opportunity to engage in dialogues to promote inclusivity and understanding in the community. Acalanes Leadership’s
By Stella Heo, Marisa Guerra Echeverria, and Erin Hambidge, Online Editor-in-Chief and Staff Writers // A sea of purple washed over 41 out of 58 California counties this week after a sudden spike in COVID-19 cases spread across the state. This new development comes as
By Tom Bequette, Online Sports Editor // The California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) announced on Tuesday, Nov. 16 that Governor Gavin Newsom and Dr. Mark Ghaly from the California Department of Public Health postponed the release of California’s updated youth sports guidance. CIF competitions will remain
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