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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
Stanford administrators uncertain if possible nooses found on campus were deliberate
Possible nooses were reported along the Lake Lagunita walking trail at Stanford University on Monday, university administrators announced in an email to the campus community.
[Tuesday, November 30, 2021]

Community Briefs: City's tree lighting event returns, MVHS tree lot opens and booster shot eligibility expands
This week in community briefs, Mountain View's community tree lighting is set to return, Mountain View High's Spartan Tree Lot opens Friday and COVID-19 booster shot eligibility expands to the broader population.
[Wednesday, November 24, 2021]

Graham student bicyclist involved in collision with vehicle
A Graham Middle School student was transported to an area hospital with moderate injuries after colliding with a vehicle at the corner of Hans and Phyllis avenues last week. The school is focusing on teaching bicycle safety this fall.
[Monday, November 22, 2021]

Community Briefs: Mountain View native saves life; 5 to 11 vaccine clinic open for sign-ups
This week in community briefs, a Mountain View native saves a friend's life by performing chest compressions; Palo Alto High will host a vaccine clinic for 5 to 11 year olds on Sunday; and a blood drive is scheduled on Friday.
[Wednesday, November 17, 2021]

Bubb, Monta Loma elementary schools hit with offensive graffiti
Offensive and antisemitic graffiti has been found at two Mountain View elementary schools in recent weeks. Other local schools have been targeted with similar graffiti in recent years.
[Wednesday, November 17, 2021]

Police cite student in connection to recent school bomb threats
Mountain View police officers cited a 16-year-old student they believe is linked to three recent bomb threats at local high schools, the police department announced Friday, Nov. 12.
[Friday, November 12, 2021]

Los Altos High sees 'very significant uptick' in COVID-19 cases, though no on-campus spread has been confirmed
Los Altos High School saw a string of COVID-19 cases crop up last week, although no in-school transmission had been confirmed as of Tuesday morning, Nov. 9. Administrators say they are closely monitoring the situation.
[Tuesday, November 9, 2021]

Community Briefs: Spartan Turkey Trot returns in person, Eshoo hosts town hall with Fauci
This week in community briefs, the annual Spartan Turkey Trot returns with in-person and virtual options; Rep. Anna Eshoo hosts a Nov. 9 town hall with Anthony Fauci; and Santa Clara County runs a youth vaccine video contest.
[Tuesday, November 9, 2021]

Police determine Bubb Elementary School bomb, shooting threat wasn't credible
After a bomb and shooting threat Thursday morning closed Bubb Elementary School for the day, Mountain View police searched the campus and said the threat was not credible.
[Thursday, November 4, 2021]

Community briefs: Voting preregistration event engages high schoolers, city offers eviction aid
This week in community briefs, the city offers an Eviction Help Center; voting preregistration event draws nearly 600 high schoolers; and a free jazz concert in Pioneer Park is planned for Sunday.
[Thursday, November 4, 2021]