Success of Pies for Peace Fundraiser

Sarah Moses March 1, 2024

On February 23rd, Leadership hosted an event in the quad called “Pies For Peace”. Pies for Peace is a “joint fundraiser between the Muslim Student Union and the Jewish Student Union at Campo” said...

New AI Club Intrigues Many Students

Anya Houston and Sarah Moses March 1, 2024

An academic club working to educate students on the AI revolution was recently formed by freshman Adam Zheng. The club participated in mini club day and succeeded in encouraging 15 people to join. With...

Successful District-wide Shakespeare Festival

Successful District-wide Shakespeare Festival

Tobias Wasicek March 1, 2024

On Wednesday, January 17, the period 5 drama class went to Del Valle campus for the Annual District Shakespeare Festival where all drama classes from the district meet to perform modified Shakespeare plays....

Juniors Jack Braun, Jonny Wang, and Owen Ludwig selling Pie for Peace.

Mini Club Day Pivots to Big Gym Amid Downpour

Nate Littell (he/him) March 1, 2024

On February 7, Leadership hosted its annual Mini Club Day at lunch amid a sudden rainstorm in Moraga. Rather than hosting the event from its usual spot in the quad, Leadership students pivoted by using...

Acalanes District Offers Students Diverse Perspectives in New School Year

Isabella Domingo March 1, 2024

In the upcoming 2024-2025 school year, students will have the opportunity to choose from a variety of affinity classes in order to extend their knowledge of the world and the perspectives of different...

E-Waste Drive Combats Excess of Electronics

Indira Naylor (she/her) March 1, 2024

From January 29th to February 14th, the Sustainability Board held an E-Waste drive to help dispose of electronic devices. Students were able to bring in E-waste collectibles: including cords, monitors,...

Global warming is negatively affecting our planet and decreasing the amount of snow we have each year contributing to our current drought.

The Current Snow Drought in California

Anya Houston (she/her) March 1, 2024

California has received a concerning 52% of the average snowfall according to state water officials. The California Department of Water Sources reported, “The mountain snowpack provides as much as...

Open House Prepares Incoming Freshman and Families for Cougar Life

Parker Blau (she/her) March 1, 2024

On Thursday February 1st, Campo hosted its annual Open House to provide opportunities for students and families to meet its staff, as well as learn about course offerings, student services provided, and...

AUHSD Governing Board: January Meeting Discusses Current Events

Karly Kazliner (she/her) February 5, 2024

On January 17th, a governing board meeting held by the AUHSD district discussed current events, along with how students may be feeling about transitioning back into school from winter break. Commissioner...

Rally leaders lead the juniors in a Sing-along to Party in the USA.

First Winter Rally Brings Campo Spirit

Olivia Seelig and Ashley Purcell (she/her) February 5, 2024

Campo Leadership started the semester off strong with the first ever winter rally. The rally was held on the first Friday of second semester to get everyone excited. The rally was filled with winter games...

Wolves, Bunnies, Fairies and Dukes: Drama’s Winter Showcase

Anya Houston (she/her) January 31, 2024

Campo’s Drama program once again impressed the audience with well executed, creative performances starring wolves, bunnies, fairies and dukes. Thursday, January 18th, the entire Drama program held...

Video Production 3 In Need of Actors for Film

Sarah Moses January 31, 2024

The Video Production 3 class is doing a film project and is in desperate need of actors. The project is titled “Exquisite Corpse,” and is part of a 10 year long project where “one [Video Production...

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