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Jeremy Sacristia hands the baton to second runner Bailey Jones in the 4x100.

PaliHi Girls Track and Field Places 2nd, Boys 3rd at City Championships

By Sue Pascoe Editor Despite cool weather and windy conditions, it was a good day for the Palisades High School track an
Palisades News Letters: Changing Tenure in Public Schools

Palisades News Letters: Changing Tenure in Public Schools

Thanks for your eloquent Viewpoint calling for a change in the public-school tenure system which protects lousy teachers
Ethiq App, Created By Former Paul Revere School Teacher, Teaches to Vote with Your Wallet

Ethiq App, Created By Former Paul Revere School Teacher, Teaches to Vote with Your Wallet

By Sue Pascoe Editor Trying to figure out which corporations have donated to a specific political candidate involves dig
Palisades News Letters: Administrators Should Observe Teachers

Palisades News Letters: Administrators Should Observe Teachers

It is not really difficult to solve the problem of teacher tenure. In my experience as a teacher for more than thirty ye
Palisades News Letters: Distressed by Tenure and Dismissal

Palisades News Letters: Distressed by Tenure and Dismissal

I was distressed to read the Viewpoint about tenure for teachers by Sue Pascoe in the Palisades News. Receiving tenure a
Coach Carlos Gray speaks to his players after the team’s win against South Torrance. Credit: Sue Pascoe

PaliHi Boys Volleyball Defeats Torrance, Advances in Division I Tournament (Video)

By Sue Pascoe Editor Palisades High School won its first-round game of the 2018 CIF SoCal Boys Volleyball Championshipsâ
Maya Salvitti showed nearly perfect form with her dive.

PaliHi Divers Take First, Second and Third in City Finals

By Sue Pascoe Editor Palisades High School divers Alexis Kleshik and Maya Salvitti took first and second, respectively i
The Palisades High boys and girls teams both took first at the City Section swim finals.

PaliHi Swimming Dominates City Swim Championships (Video)

By Sue Pascoe Editor The Palisades High School swimmers prevailed once again in the City Section finals on May 11, winni
Eva Milan Engel

Paul Revere Middle School Film Festival Adds Horror Genre

By Laura Abruscato Staff Writer Photos by Lesly Hall Photography Scary music, mysterious masks, giant toy spiders, rando