Ms. Guy stands in front of her APES classroom, smiling.

Guy Joins Campolindo Science Department

Claire Birdsey (she/her) and Raena Chan (she/her) September 15, 2021

As the newest member of the Campolindo science department, Katherine Guy joined the staff as an AP Environmental Science and Geology teacher for the 2021-2022 school year. Previously an 8th-grade science...

COVID outbreak at Campo.

Community Maintains Positive Outlook In Spite of Positive Cases

Jensen Rasmussen (she/her), Editor-In-Chief September 10, 2021

Less than a month since returning to campus full-time, Campolindo has already seen a number of positive COVID-19 cases. Despite safety measures designed to keep our community healthy, the Delta variant’s...

Afghanistan movie fundraiser featuring Pixars Soul.

Taliban Crisis Prompts Fundraiser for Afghan Women

Raena Chan (she/her) and Dara Kashayar (he/him) September 10, 2021

Campolindo Leadership is hosting an ongoing fundraiser to help Afghan Women and Children as the Taliban invaded the country, which started on August 23 and is meant to continue indefinitely. Leadership...

Ms. Adams talks to the parents of the new Campo freshman about PE.

Parents Welcomed to In-Person Back to School Night

Campolindo teachers invited parents of all grades to the 1st in-person Back to School Night (BTSN) in 2 years on August 26. Last year’s BTSN was conducted through pre-recorded videos, and World History...

Campo utilizes BIRT system to investigate, support, address issues, and create a safe space to all students.

Racist Incidents Reported Mere Weeks into School

Yasmine Chang (she/her), News Editor September 10, 2021

In an email sent out by the Bias Report Team (BIRT) on August 24, it was reported that 4 incidents targeting minorities have occured on campus this year, 3 incidents involving racist graffiti and verbal...

Mr. Duffy, leader of the compassion club, holds the card for Mrs. Peterson.

Club Brings Compassionate Action to Campo

The Compassion Club, founded this year by English teacher Tom Duffy, has a short mission statement: Help Humans. Inspired by his December journey of aiding homeless people around Pleasant Hill, Duffy intends...

Yearbook Distribution in the CPAC on August 18, 2021.

Distance Learning Postpones Yearbook Distribution

Dara Kashayar, Opinion Editor August 31, 2021

Due to the unprecedented nature of the 2020-2021 school year, yearbook distribution was pushed from its usual time in May to August 18 in the MUR. “At the beginning of last year we had the choice...

Canned Food Drive Feeds Local Community

Ella Hack, Staff Writer May 25, 2021

As the school year comes to a close, the Activism and Awareness club has organized a canned food drive that is running up until May 27th in efforts to collect cans to be donated to the local Contra Costa...

AUHSD Removes Zoom, Google Profile Pictures

Dara Kashayar, Staff Writer May 19, 2021

Zoom and Google profile pictures were removed from all Acalanes Union High School District (AUHSD) Zoom and Google accounts in April. This was requested in response to several Bias Incident Report System...

Students are preparing rigorously for the 2021 AP exams.

AP Testing Begins In-Person and Online

Nicole Kennedy, Opinion Editor May 18, 2021

The finish line of a hectic school year is in sight, as well as the several week period of Advanced Placement (AP) exams for Campolindo students. Slightly different from the exams of the year prior, which...

Senior Tradition Provides Bonding

Thomas Singh, Staff Writer May 17, 2021

Senior Assassins, an end-of-year activity for seniors where groups of 4 have a common goal of eliminating opponents with water guns, started on April 26. The game is played in week-long rounds, with...

DNI Group Gets New Lead

Jessica Rosiak, Editor-in-Chief May 17, 2021

After the creation of the Parents Diversity and Inclusion Group (DNI) this past year by Ellide Smith, Anne Naffziger and Robert Schwartz are stepping up to become next year’s co-chairs of the group. Smith,...

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