EqOpTech, founded by Los Altos High School junior Terence Lee, seeks donations of functioning laptops (Windows or Mac) with appropriate power adapters for students in need.
Collection drives are ongoing at Blach Intermediate School and Monta Loma Elementary School.
Bowdoin College in Brunswick, Maine, recently recognized two Los Altos students for their academic accomplishments. Mary Albright, a biology and computer science major, received the James Malcolm Moulton Prize in Biology. David Reichert, who is majoring in computer science, received the Allen B. Tucker Computer Science Research Prize.
Meghan Perna of Los Altos made the spring dean’s list at Belmont University in Nashville, Tenn. To receive the honor, she earned at least a 3.5 grade-point average.
It was a bustling Friday morning at Ventana School in Los Altos, but students en route to their classes, and the parents dropping them off, stopped to listen.
The flowing tones of a Mozart piano sonata filled the echoing parish hall, drifting through the open doors and throughout Ventana’s small campus, drawing listeners.
Horticulture, animal development, nutrition, sustainability: Science students at Alta Vista High School have learned a lot this year.
All that, and one more thing: When Oreo, Alta Vista’s resident goat, is mad? You get out of the way.