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David Talcott stands outside the AP Physics classroom.
Talcott Takes Over Teaching AP Physics
Lily Qin (she/her), Staff • September 26, 2022

David Talcott has taken over teaching AP Physics classes after former teacher Robert Grebe left for an administrative position at Napa High. Talcott, having only taught AP Physics 1 at Campolindo in the past with the...

Frost Joins World Language Department
Isabelle Katz (she/her) and Alex Shrauger (he/him) September 26, 2022

Alicia Frost is the newest addition to the World Language Department, teaching Spanish 1 and 2, as well as replacing long time Spanish teacher Lola Danielli. Previously, Frost taught at a performing...

Wellness Center Move
Hailey Wilson, Staff • September 23, 2022

At the start of the school year, the Wellness Center, formerly located in the counseling office, moved to room B3 to allow for more space, and it is now open from 7:30AM to 3:30PM. Especially with the...

Yocum Joins Campo English Staff
Indira Naylor (she/her), Staff • September 23, 2022

English 2 teacher Matt Yocum has joined the Campolindo staff starting this August. Further, he is acting as the long-term substitute for Micole Schwantes’ Pre-Calculus and Algebra 1 classes until she...

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Key Club, like many other Campolindo clubs, used various tactics to recruit members at Club Day.
Key Club Celebrates Success at Club Day
Lily Qin (she/her), Staff • October 5, 2022

Key Club leaders featured a call for community service and plenty of cupcakes and candy to recruit new members at a royal blue booth during Club Day at Campo on September...

Suicide Prevention Month Stresses Mental Health Awareness
Hailey Wilson (she/her), Staff • September 26, 2022

In recognition of September being Suicide Prevention Month, Campo students have been vocal with their opinions surrounding mental health awareness...

Phone Pockets Promote Controversy
Mak Crosson (she/her) and Oliver Fetzko (he/him) September 26, 2022

Whenever students walk into a class, it’s almost impossible to not notice the phone caddies. The caddies are designed to hold students' phones...

Being a 21st Century Cheerleader
Isabella Domingo (she/her) and Anya Houston (she/her) September 26, 2022

Blonde ponytails, mascara-saturated lashes, pink pom-poms, helpless women serving strong men. Cheerleading athletes have dealt with this sexist...

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Leaked Supreme Court Draft Threatens Reproductive Freedom
Charlotte Medema (she/her), Staff Writer/Artist • May 20, 2022

A Supreme Court initial draft majority opinion that was leaked to the public on May 2, 2022 has the potential to overturn the infamous and influential Roe v. Wade, a milestone...

The school districts many restrictions on student voices obstruct the road to equity.
District Rejects LEC Equity Lesson
Jensen Rasmussen (she/her), Editor-In-Chief • May 20, 2022

Since Campolindo’s newest equity initiatives began at the start of the 2020-2021 academic year, school and districtwide equity lessons have been subject to mass scrutiny....

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Cross country posts advertisements on school walls to promote the program.
Cross Country Adverts Make Program Successful
Indira Naylor (she/her), Staff • September 26, 2022

Advertisement for the Cross Country team throughout the year by runners and coaches contributes to the yearly recruitment success of the program. These advertisements appear...

Freshman Makenna Crosson serves.
Campo Crushes Marin Catholic
John Weaver (he/him), Staff • September 26, 2022

Campolindo girl’s varsity volleyball won against Marin Catholic on September 13 with a final score of 3-2. Going into the game against Marin Catholic, Campolindo held a...

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