Troop 60144 Learns More About Cats at Kiddies 2 Kitties

Girl Scout Troop 60144 from Los Altos visited the cats and kittens at SVACA (Silicon Valley Animal Control Authority) in Santa Clara for a special Kiddies 2 Kitties session on Friday, May 26. PAHS education volunteer Reine Flexer and education manager Leonor Delgado had already met with the Scouts earlier in the year to talk about rescue […]

Menlo-Atherton Students Learn About Dog Rescue in India

Members of the Humane Club at Menlo-Atherton High School welcomed PAHS education volunteer Ridhima Khurana to their weekly meeting on Thursday, May 25. Ridhima had founded a dog rescue NGO (nongovernmental organization, similar to a nonprofit) in India several years before she came to live in the Bay Area this past January, and she continues to […]

10 Of The Most Endangered Species On Earth | Care2 Healthy Living

10 of the World’s Most Endangered Animals (today is Endangered Species Day) 10 Of The Most Endangered Species On Earth | Care2 Healthy Living In 2006, the United States Congress designated the third Friday of May as Endangered Species Day. The day highlights the importance of protecting the most View On Facebook

CCI’s Marv Tuttle and Yara Teach Landels Students About Service Dogs

As part of the PAHS Critter Club curriculum, students learn about ways in which working animals contribute to the community’s welfare and wellbeing usually through interaction with different kinds of service dogs. The Critter Club students in Beyond the Bell at Landels Elementary in Mountain View were introduced to a service dog on Thursday, May 18. This dog is […]

Jordan Music Students Meet Cody

On Wednesday, May 17, Cody and his person Kathy Merkle-Raymond accompanied PAHS Education Manager Leonor Delgado to the music students’ homeroom at Jordan Middle School in Palo Alto. These students participate in choir or band activities. Under the guidance of Monica Covitt, their homeroom teacher and choir director at Jordan, they had been engaged in a semester-long […]