Articles by Ella Lee

Piazza, the music director who never falls flat

Piazza, the music director who never falls flat

February 8, 2018 | in Arts

Choral Musical Director Joseph Piazza came to Piedmont on a bet. “Looking back, I think, ‘Crazy!’” said Piazza with an energetic smile, throwing his arms into the air and shaking them, as though he... Read More

Shhh! Don’t say Christmas!

Shhh! Don’t say Christmas!

January 16, 2018 | in Opinions

All I want for winter is you. One foggy winter’s night. In the air, there’s a feeling of winter. When the Piedmont Troubadours performed their Holiday-o-Grams this year, there was something noticeably off: the... Read More

ACL: Who Are You Wearing?

December 11, 2017 | in A Closer Look

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Spanish I celebrates Day of the Dead

Spanish I celebrates Day of the Dead

November 13, 2017 | in News

$66 million will buy one new theater, one STEAM building, and a remodel of PHS. When the citizens of Piedmont passed Measure H1 a year ago, the journey to a new school began. After... Read More

Beyond the Bling: True Hip-Hop Culture

Beyond the Bling: True Hip-Hop Culture

November 5, 2017 | in Live Events

“Think of a person who represents hip-hop,” said founder of Hip-Hop for Change Khafre Jay. “Raise your hand if that person is female,” Jay said, and of over three hundred kids, only a small... Read More

Schoology digitizes education

Schoology digitizes education

October 17, 2017 | in News

Schoology, a learning management system, simplifies the relationship between school and technology so that students can get the most out of the online classroom experience, said English teacher and Technology and Learning Coach Debbi... Read More