In celebration of its 100 years of service, the Kiwanis Club of Alameda awarded $100,000 in college scholarships to seven deserving graduates from Alameda high schools on June 7 at its monthly meeting.
The Wood Middle School Black Student Union (BSU) spent part of this spring learning about the origin and significance of Kente Cloth, a textile art and tradition that emerged among the Asante (also known as Ashanti) people during the 17th century.
Kaleb Condez, a seventh grader at St. Philip Neri Catholic School (SPN), created a website for a school project for Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month, to raise awareness of Asian hate crimes.
For the second year in a row, Encinal Jr/Sr High School’s (EHS) yearbook, “Horizon” earned design recognition from Jostens, its yearbook publisher.
St. Joseph Notre Dame High School (SJND) students were paid a visit from a former student who is now serving the country and gaining life skills while doing so.
As a result of a classroom projects undertaken by sixth graders at Lincoln Middle School (LMS), Alameda Unified School District (AUSD) is implementing a number of changes to its food and waste practices.
The Alameda Kiwanis Foundation has extended its scholarship application deadline to Monday, April 24. The previous deadline was April 9. The extension is to allow more graduating seniors from Alameda city high schools to apply for the Kiwanis Foundation scholarship.