Parents, Teachers Divided Over Reopening Palo Alto School ClassroomsPalo Alto Unified School District is set to vote next week on a plan to resume in-person instruction and could begin ramping up students back into the class as early as next month.
Bay Area Students Adapt As Education System Grapples With Coronavirus OutbreakStudents across the Bay Area are adapting to online classes, canceled events and “deep cleanings" as the education system grapples with the coronavirus outbreak.
Coronavirus Prompts Palo Alto Unified School District To Cancel All Large GatheringsThe Palo Alto Unified School District announced Monday that it is canceling all upcoming school and district related large gatherings through the end of the school year over coronavirus concerns, including field trips and school dances.
Palo Alto Schools To Accommodate Students In National Walkout For Gun LawsThe Palo Alto Unified School District is “applauding students’ commitment to be on the forefront of driving social change” by accommodating those who wish to take part in the national walkout planned for this Wednesday.
Financial Blunder Proves Costly For Palo Alto School DistrictA Peninsula school district's serious budget failure is leaving taxpayers on the hook for $6 million, all because someone forgot to send a letter.
Palo Alto Schools Named After Leaders Of Eugenics Movement To Get New NamesSchool officials in Palo Alto have unanimously voted to rename two middle schools that bear the names of leaders in the eugenics movement.
Caltrain Rolling Through Palo Alto Strikes And Kills 16-Year-Old Boy In Apparent Suicide A 16-year-old boy was struck and killed by a Caltrain early Tuesday morning in an apparent suicide. The unidentified victim was a student at Gunn High School.