Quinley McCarroll, a fourth-grader at Bullis Charter School, recently made a documentary highlighting how Los Altos residents have grown and learned from the pandemic.

As seniors graduated from Mountain View and Los Altos high schools last week, the occasion had many of the hallmarks of a traditional commencement ceremony, from students giving speeches to graduates lining up to receive their diplomas.

The failure of a May 4 parcel tax has Cupertino Union School District officials looking under every proverbial rock for funding as the district faces long-term declining enrollment and the possibility of school closures.

In lieu of starting college via remote learning, Los Altos High School graduate Bryce Capuano has spent his gap year participating in service projects as a member of AmeriCorps, a government-supported service organization that works with nonprofit organizations.

Los Altos Youth Theatre’s “Starlight Express,” a five-week, in-person youth theater camp centered on Andrew Lloyd Webber’s musical of the same name, is scheduled to debut Monday.

With vaccines approved for youth ages 12-15 and many clinics no longer requiring appointments, Los Altos High School hosted a pop-up vaccination clinic May 25 on behalf of the Santa Clara County Public Health Department.

The Cupertino Union School District Board of Education is slated to hold a special meeting at 6 p.m. today (May 26) to discuss the district’s budget in the wake of a failed parcel-tax measure earlier this month.

When Foothill College student Naylea Macias received a text from the school informing her of a free vaccine clinic on campus May 22, she said it felt like the perfect time to get her first shot.

Local high school seniors are set to walk the stage at graduation next month with their classmates in a live, in-person ceremony, albeit one that still includes pandemic precautions.

Bullis Charter School is failing to adequately enroll certain underrepresented student groups, the Santa Clara County Board of Education warned last week. If the imbalance isn’t addressed, the school’s charter could be at stake, which it requires to operate.

Two longtime Los Altos High School educators have been appointed to newly created district-level roles, as part of an administrative reorganization in the Mountain View Los Altos Union High School District.