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Hood reaches Musical.ly fame

Hood reaches Musical.ly fame

by | November 1, 2016

“Aren’t you that girl from Musical.ly?” This is a common question that freshman Chloe Hood is greeted with. Hood filmed her first video for Musical.ly,  an application where people post clips of dances using... Read More

Ellen Walsh joins the Speech and Debate team as co-coach

Ellen Walsh joins the Speech and Debate team as co-coach

by | November 1, 2016

The Speech and Debate team decided to implement some changes this year by appointing new English teacher, Ellen Walsh, to become a coach. Walsh will be joining parent, coach Carlton Chan to help out... Read More

College and Career Center helps students shape future plans

College and Career Center helps students shape future plans

by | November 1, 2016

A student stares at a blank Google document trying to think of how to answer the question of how they have benefited their school in a way that will not bore an admissions officer,... Read More

Civics students get involved in Piedmont government

Civics students get involved in Piedmont government

by | October 11, 2016

Senior students will be attending and participating in local city government meetings over the course of this school year, in holding with the longtime Civics curriculum tradition. “This is something that’s been part of... Read More

Library celebrates banned books

Library celebrates banned books

by | October 11, 2016

Banned books week spread awareness of outlawed books through activities in the library from Sept. 26-30. “We showed movie and film trailers at lunch,” librarian Kathryn Levenson said. “We had a different theme going... Read More

Revised Consent Assembly adds stories, perspectives

Revised Consent Assembly adds stories, perspectives

by | October 11, 2016

The consent assembly, on Monday, Oct. 24, has four new parts to it this year. Along with three girls telling three stories, there will be a story from a perpetrator’s point of view, a... Read More

Krysia Olszewska develops an app for Outside Lands

Krysia Olszewska develops an app for Outside Lands

by | October 11, 2016

“We were basically living off coffee, like zombies,” senior Krysia Olszewska said. “But that’s what a hackathon is.” Last summer, Olszewska entered a coding competition called Outside Hacks, which was sponsored by the Outside... Read More

Wellness Center expands programs in its tenth year

Wellness Center expands programs in its tenth year

by | October 11, 2016

“This is an unbelievably proud moment of community spirit,” said superintendent Randall Booker as he stood atop a podium and addressed an audience of sweating, smiling Piedmonters. Sept. 24 marked the sixth annual Fall... Read More

Ground Crew builds a new foundation for freshmen

Ground Crew builds a new foundation for freshmen

by | September 20, 2016

Some of the strongest friendships in high school are formed through sports, clubs and other extracurricular activities. This year, Ground Crew tapped into this resource to try and and help bond their freshmen and... Read More

Your guide to club day

by | September 20, 2016

CLUBS AT PHS SPORTS/OUTDOORS: TRIATHLON CLUB: President: Jordan Marcus, 17jordanma@piedmont.k12.ca.us Purpose: Gives students the opportunity to try out a sport that fuses three common sports (running, swimming and biking). HIGH ADVENTURE CREW: President: Nina... Read More