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Official Student Newspaper of Henry M. Gunn High School

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Official Student Newspaper of Henry M. Gunn High School

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Official Student Newspaper of Henry M. Gunn High School

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鈥楢 California for all鈥

鈥楢 California for all鈥

Chris Lee, Managing Editor March 10, 2024

On Jan. 30, PAUSD Assistant Superintendent of Secondary Education Dr. Guillermo Lopez moderated the second ethnic studies community meeting alongside Gunn and Paly teachers on the district鈥檚 Ethnic Studies Committee. Although the virtual meeting was advertised as a 鈥渃ommunity input session,鈥...

Stanfords proximity influences Gunn educational landscape

Stanford’s proximity influences Gunn educational landscape

Vanisha Vig, Reporter February 12, 2024

Debates over free speech, inclusion and academic integrity have wracked university campuses over the past few months. This turbulence provides a space to examine the complex interplay between secondary and higher education: Stanford University, one of the institutions embroiled in these conflicts, has...

Required ethnic studies course to be implemented beginning fall 2025

Required ethnic studies course to be implemented beginning fall 2025

Violet Tivol, Reporter October 30, 2023

On Sept. 12, the PAUSD school board recommended that district staff implement the soon-to-be required ethnic studies course in fall 2025 as a graduation requirement for the Class of 2029. Although this recommendation extends the district鈥檚 initial time frame by a year, PAUSD will implement the course...

Unexplored courses offer unique learning opportunities

Unexplored courses offer unique learning opportunities

Victor Dang, News Editor February 20, 2023

From Culinary Arts to Interior Design, it may seem like Gunn offers classes about everything under the sun. Just a quick glance at the course guide reinforces this idea and offers an insight into the vast amount of courses. However, as students are naturally inclined to select courses based on reputation,...

Piloted Advanced Placement African American Studies course fosters interdisciplinary thinking

Piloted Advanced Placement African American Studies course fosters interdisciplinary thinking

Kaitlyn Chen, Lifestyle Editor December 2, 2022

This school year, College Board is piloting their newest Advanced Placement (AP) course, AP African American Studies, at 60 high schools across the country. Although College Board has not named the 60 schools or released a course syllabus, educators in the pilot program describe the course as an interdisciplinary...

Compensation issues lead to restructured SELF, Study Hall format

Compensation issues lead to restructured SELF, Study Hall format

Amann Mahajan, Editor-in-Chief September 23, 2022

Disparities in teacher compensation between Gunn and Palo Alto High School (Paly) resulted in changes to the Social Emotional Literacy and Functionality (SELF) mentoring structure, so students now only attend SELF biweekly. On the off weeks, they will instead participate in Study Hall, a time designated...

Public school enrollment declines as students move out of state, opt for other mediums of learning

Public school enrollment declines as students move out of state, opt for other mediums of learning

Chris Lee, Managing Editor May 23, 2022

Since California鈥檚 admittance as the 31st state, it has served as a progressive model for public education. Schools became free for all students in 1867, California was one of the first states to pass a compulsory attendance law in 1874 and the Golden State enacted the Class Size Reduction Program...

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