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Money Ball: Sports Funding

Money Ball: Sports Funding

May 20, 2019

Each of the sports teams on campus is provided with the bare financial essentials. It's up to individual team fundraising and Boosters, a parent run nonprofit, to make up the balance.

Public Art Sparks National Controversy

Public Art Sparks National Controversy

April 19, 2019

In 2005, the Petaluma Public Art Ordinance organized a “master plan” to implement a public art program in Petaluma. 14 years, $150,000, and one Wall Street Journal article later, Petaluma has received national attention for an art project involving five bathtubs on 17 to 23-foot poles. On March 14, the project was appealed by Petaluma citizens; thus, the city has instructed any work to halt.

Boxeo

Boxeo

March 18, 2019

El boxeo no es solo un deporte para los profesionales como Ali y Tyson; estudiantes en Petaluma practican el boxeo por diversión, condición física y satisfacción. Nor-cal speed, un gimnasio local, fomenta el crecimiento de la mente y el cuerpo.

Boxing’s Popularity Continues in Petaluma

Boxing’s Popularity Continues in Petaluma

March 7, 2019

Boxing isn’t just a sport for pros like Ali and Tyson; students in Petaluma box for fun, fitness, and fullfilment. Nor-Cal speed, a local gym, fosters the growth of both the mind and body.

Winner, Winner, Chicken Dinner: Boys Basketball Defeats Petaluma

Winner, Winner, Chicken Dinner: Boys Basketball Defeats Petaluma

January 17, 2019

The boys basketball team defeated Petaluma High School in a cross-town rivalry game on Friday, Jan. 11.

Editorial: Working for a Living, Working for a Future

Editorial: Working for a Living, Working for a Future

December 15, 2018

While many students at the school and in high schools around the country choose to take a job, some claim that taking on this extra responsibility isn’t as beneficial as they may think. The Gaucho Gazette editorial board debates the advantages and harm in being employed while in high school.

The End of an Era

The End of an Era

December 10, 2018

With the first Tennis Vine Valley Athletic League regular season over, our women's team is hitting the...

Gaucho Gazette Pumpkin Bake-Off

Andrew Gotshall and Grace Yarrow

November 29, 2018

We asked two of the finest bakers of our Gazette staff to create their best pumpkin treat for a Fall bake off. Below are four critiques made by two amateur bakers on the gazette staff. the pumpkins in the bowls represent the ratings.

Andrew Gotshall

Andrew Gotshall, Page Editor

November 29, 2018

Carrie White Cupcake: Chef Sydney did not disappoint. She presented a pumpkin spice and everything nice cupcake with a cream cheese frosting. Aesthetically, the cupcakes had a balanced fluffy appearance and the presented desserts had near symmetrical concentric spirals of frosting and were dusted with a cinnamon sugar accent....

Football team defeats Petaluma in 2018 Egg Bowl

Football team defeats Petaluma in 2018 Egg Bowl

October 29, 2018

On Oct. 27, the school's football team beat Petaluma High School in 37-36 in the traditional Egg Bowl cross-town rivalry game.

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