Fall Picnic Helps Foster School-Wide Bonding

Maggie Doolittle (she/her), Editor-in-Chief November 22, 2022

Campolindo Leadership hosted a Fall Picnic on the lower field on October 28. Activities included decorating Halloween cookies, writing letters to veterans, listening to music, and eating lunch on tarps...

Seniors watch the sunrise on the Campo field which signifies the beginning and end of their last year at Campolindo.

Seniors Reflect on Memories at Senior Sunrise

Senior Sunrise, an annual event where the senior class comes together to watch the sun coming up, took place on the Campo football field on November 4th. At Senior Sunrise, snacks were provided, nostalgic...

This portrait of a Ukrainian child was drawn by junior Lexi Hens.

Students Connect to Ukrainian Orphans Through Art

Indira Naylor (she/her), Staff November 18, 2022

Motivated by the relentless news of destruction and darkness in Ukraine, students in Campo’s Advanced Art and Honors Art classes decided to open their hearts and share their talents with “The Memory...

Leadership Expands to 2 Periods

Mak Crosson (she/her), Staff November 18, 2022

This school year Leadership has expanded into 2 periods, allowing for double the amount of students to be in Leadership, boosting inclusivity, new innovative ideas, and allowing for Leadership to take...

CNL cast performs a skit for on stage.

Donohoe Puts on Show as CNL Host

Harrison Fuller (he/him), Staff November 18, 2022

A week before homecoming at Campolindo, English teacher and former Drama teacher, Jamie Donohoe, made his own homecoming to host the final night of Campo Night Live. The performance kicked off with...

Student Spotlight Shines Light on Student Achievements

Anya Houston (she/her), Staff November 18, 2022

Campolindo Leadership started a new initiative known as “student spotlighting” where students can nominate people they think deserve to be recognized. This initiative helps to bring awareness to the...

Liverpudlian Society Makes Comeback Over 20 Years Later

Lily Qin (she/her), Staff November 18, 2022

In 1997, Math Teacher Petro Petreas started the Liverpudlian Society as a junior– a Beatles fan club with a few of his friends. After Petreas and his co-founders graduated, the club disappeared for over...

Scott Souza instructs the orchestra.

Souza Takes Over Instrumental Program

Molly Stephens (she/her), Lifestyle Editor November 18, 2022

Music instructor Scott Souza is conducting Campo's instrumental program for the 2022-23 school year, teaching band, orchestra, and AP Music Theory. His predecessor, beloved Johnny Johnson, retired in May...

Thayer smiles in her office.

Thayer Joins Counseling Staff

Yasmine Chang (she/her), Editor-in-Chief November 18, 2022

Jennifer Thayer, Campo’s newest counselor, joined the staff in the 2022-23 school year. This follows her previous work as a counselor at De Anza High School in Richmond. Thayer counsels students whose...

Brent Rubey stands outside his office.

Rubey Welcomed as Admin into Campo Community

Brent Rubey joined the Campo administration at the start of the 2022-23 school year, taking on the position of Assistant Principal. Rubey previously taught chemistry for a semester on campus before assuming...

Kraemer smiles for The Claw before his next class.

Kraemer Joins Science Department

Raena Chan (she/her), Staff November 18, 2022

As the newest member of the Campolindo science department, Armin Kraemer joined the staff as a physics teacher for the 2022-2023 school year. Originally from Germany, Kraemer moved to the Bay Area when...

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...

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