On Jan. 25, Alameda High School (AHS) students from the Chinese Culture Club (CCC), All Things Korean (ATK), and Vietnamese Student Union hosted the annual Lunar New Year Festival during lunch.
There is still plenty of time for Alamedans to complete the Alameda Free Library’s “All the Feels” Winter Reading Challenge.
Last month, several Alameda High School (AHS) students unveiled their logo designs for local non-profits and Alameda-based businesses.
Every year toward the winter holidays, students and staff across the school district engage in charitable efforts to help people in the community.
During lunch on November 30, students at Wood Middle School (WMS) gathered for a student-centered celebration of Native American Heritage month.
The Wood Middle School (WMS) community gathered for a night of art and star gazing with the East Bay Astronomical Society. The event was a collaboration between the Wood Middle School PTA and Science Department.
Alameda Scouts delivered seven tons of food to the Alameda Food Bank, the bounty of this year’s Scouting for Food Drive. The non-perishable food donated by residents throughout Alameda Saturday, Nov.