• NL Flyer Palma 2015

    Flag Football - Sign Up

    Posted October 9, 2015

    Next Level Flag Football coming to Palma School in January 2016. Grades K-8 grouped by age/grade. Teams are forming now. Go HERE to sign up.

  • Palma School Short Stories

    Honors Short Stories

    Posted October 9, 2015

    Palma School Sophomore Honors students have completed reading five Southern Gothic stories and now get to write their own short stories.

  • Palma School Chinese Class

    Chinese Can Be Fun and Delicious

    Posted October 9, 2015

    Palma Students are learning Chinese the fun way in Ms. Lei Sun’s class. As they pick up candy with chopsticks, they need to say how many and what colors they have picked up in Chinese.

  • Palma School Farmers

    Lettuce Begin

    Posted October 9, 2015

    Palma School Juniors (l to r) Ethan Schriver, Juan Gallardo, Victor Panera, and Jackson Meuter finish up the seed lines for the red and green leaf lettuce they will plant in their “field” behind A building as part of their Introduction to Salinas Valley Ag class.

  • Palma’s new online newspaper - Join the Chieftain Times

    Posted October 8, 2015

    The Chieftain Times, Palma’s new online newspaper, has launched. The newspaper, stocked by articles written and edited by students, welcomes all submissions, from articles about entertainment to sports to comic strips. Whether you’re in junior high or high school, send it in to

  • Palma School Student Newspaper - Reunited

    Posted October 8, 2015

    Palma School Student Newspaper (The Chieftain Times) - Reunited
    The fires were gone but the smoke still lingered. It crept through the streets of Belfast and seeped out of the city walls, permeating the countryside. The grey clouds fell like a curtain separating the city, where it only opened at certain times, the players getting trapped behind it if they didn’t get back in time. READ MORE

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    Burlison Earns All Conference Collegiate Honors

    Posted October 7, 2015

    Jack Burlison, a freshman at Amherst College in Massachusetts, was selected First Team All Conference. Burlison finished third in the NESCAC Conference Golf Qualifying Tournament held at the Taconic Golf Club in Williamstown, Massachusetts, October 3-4.

  • Brian Brownfield

    Brian Brownfield ’13 Receives Oakland A’s Bill King Memorial Scholarship

    Posted October 6, 2015

    Brownfield, a native of Salinas, Calif., has been an asset to Menlo's Sports Information Department since stepping foot on campus as a freshman in 2013 and has put his stamp on over 100 broadcasts in 2+ years. All of the hard work he's put in to honing his craft recently paid off, quite literally, when he was honored by the Oakland A's as the annual Bill King Memorial Scholarship Recipient. The scholarship, given to one aspiring Bay Area student-broadcaster, is given in honor of the legendary voice of the Oakland A's for 25 seasons, Bill King who is famous for his exclamatory phrase "Holy Toledo."

  • MCHD Flu Shots

    No-Cost Flu Shot Clinic Coming to Palma

    Posted October 5, 2015

    The Monterey County Health Department will be hosting a no-cost flu vaccine clinic at Palma School for everyone ages two years and older. Anyone who is interested in getting a flu vaccination is welcome to attend. Children ages 17 and younger must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. 21 OCT 2015 4pm to 7pm

  • Palma Football Starts League With Rout

    Posted October 3, 2015

    The Palma High football team struck early and rolled to a 35-14 win over Christopher High on Friday. The Chieftains won their third in a row as they improved to 4-1 overall and 1-0 in the Monterey Bay League Gabilan Division.

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