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Zoe Morgan

Staff Writer, Palo Alto Weekly / PaloAltoOnline.com and Mountain View Voice

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About Zoe
Zoe Morgan joined the Palo Alto Weekly and Mountain View Voice in 2021. She covers education, youth and families, with a focus on using data to tell compelling stories. She previously worked as an education reporter at the Los Altos Town Crier.

A Mountain View native, Zoe received a dual degree from American University in journalism and public affairs, with a minor in data science. After graduating, she worked at the Grants Pass Daily Courier in Oregon, covering local schools, before returning to California in 2019.
Stories by Zoe
Holiday Fund: CSMA aims to make arts and music education accessible for all
Founded in Mountain View more than 50 years ago, the nonprofit organization serves tens of thousands of students annually, with a focus on making its offerings accessible to everyone, regardless of age, income or ability.
[Friday, December 8, 2023]

Community Briefs: Rengstorff House holiday tours, county health clinic funding and a Chanukah celebration
This week in Community Briefs: the Rengstorff House is decorated for the holidays and offering tours, the county plans to open a health clinic near Mountain View and the senior center is hosting a Chanukah celebration next week.
[Saturday, December 9, 2023]

Community tree lighting brings holiday spirit to downtown Mountain View
The holiday season was in full swing in downtown Mountain View on Monday, Dec. 4, as hundreds packed into the Civic Center Plaza for the annual community tree lighting celebration.
[Tuesday, December 5, 2023]

Community Briefs: Annual tree lighting, United Against Hate Week and the German Holiday Market
This week in Community Briefs, the annual community tree lighting is scheduled for Monday, Dec. 4, local schools observed United Against Hate Week and the German Holiday Market is slated to return next week.
[Saturday, December 2, 2023]

Mountain View Whisman board poised to pick Conley as president, Chiang as VP
A majority of Mountain View Whisman's school board expressed support at a recent meeting for electing Devon Conley as its president and Chris Chiang as vice president for the coming year, with a formal vote scheduled for next week.
[Friday, December 1, 2023]

Community Briefs: Playground groundbreaking ceremony, Letters to Santa and a holiday fair
This week in Community Briefs, the city is hosting a groundbreaking ceremony for the Magical Bridge playground at Rengstorff Park, kids can submit their letters to Santa and the Waldorf School is hosting its annual Winter Faire.
[Saturday, November 25, 2023]

Find out what public services will be impacted by the Thanksgiving holiday
Thanksgiving will bring closures and schedule changes for local government agencies, public transportation and other services on Thursday, Nov. 23, and Friday, Nov. 24.
[Wednesday, November 22, 2023]

Mountain View's minimum wage will hit $18.75 in 2024
Mountain View's minimum wage will rise to $18.75 an hour on Jan. 1, 2024, up 60 cents from the current $18.15 rate. The 3.3% increase is based on regional inflation.
[Friday, November 24, 2023]

Mountain View sends school district 'final' offer to keep alive long-standing agreement on school fields
The city of Mountain View has given the Mountain View Whisman School District its terms for a new joint use agreement to share operations of school fields, with a year-end deadline for the school district to accept the offer.
[Monday, November 20, 2023]

Community Briefs: Cops & Gobblers, holiday craft fair and 'friendsgiving' dinner
This week in Community Briefs, it's the holiday season and over the next week there will be the annual Cops & Gobblers event, a craft fair at the senior center and a 'friendsgiving' dinner at the teen center.
[Sunday, November 19, 2023]