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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
Initial results show strong support for Los Altos School District parcel tax
The Los Altos School District's parcel tax measure received over 75% support in the first set of results released on Tuesday, Nov. 7, well ahead of the two-thirds mark required to pass.
[Tuesday, November 7, 2023]

Community Briefs: Parcel tax election, huge turnout at Monster Bash and upcoming paper shredding event
This week in Community Briefs, a parcel tax election for the Los Altos School District will be held next week, thousands turned out for the city's annual Monster Bash and there's a free paper shredding event on Saturday, Nov. 4.
[Friday, November 3, 2023]

Proposal to rotate Mountain View Whisman school board leaders fails to garner majority support
The Mountain View Whisman school board rejected a proposal this week to lock in the way it elects its officers, opting instead to maintain discretion in picking its leadership.
[Friday, November 3, 2023]

Los Altos School District looks to renew, expand parcel tax on special ballot next week
The Los Altos School District is asking voters to approve renewing and growing an existing parcel tax levy in a Nov. 7 special election. Measure A would enact a $295 annual tax on each parcel of land within the district.
[Thursday, November 2, 2023]

Community Briefs: Walk-a-thons, a Narcan training and a library book sale
This week in Community Briefs, several local elementary schools recently hosted walk-a-thons, the library is slated to host a fentanyl education and Narcan training event and a library book sale is scheduled for Nov. 4-5.
[Saturday, October 28, 2023]

Mountain View Whisman sees test scores continue to slide
Recently released standardized test results show that student performance on English and math exams slid again last school year, the second year of declines as educators work to help students catch up in the wake of the pandemic.
[Friday, October 27, 2023]

Mountain View Whisman teachers and staff to get 4% one-time bonus
Mountain View Whisman School District teachers and staff will get a 4% salary bonus next month, which the school board unanimously approved at a Thursday, Oct. 19, meeting.
[Saturday, October 21, 2023]

Student journalist and former advisor threaten lawsuit over 'de facto censorship' at Mountain View High
The former advisor of Mountain View High School's student newspaper and one of the student editors-in-chief are threatening to sue the school district for what they describe as "de facto censorship" of the publication last spring.
[Tuesday, October 17, 2023]

Mountain View agrees to extend Shoreline tax agreement with schools, but long-term deal remains unresolved
Mountain View City Council members unanimously approved extending a deal that shares property tax revenue from the Shoreline area with Mountain View school districts for three more years, as talks over a longer term deal continue.
[Thursday, October 12, 2023]

Community Briefs: Community trail race, National Merit semifinalists and a STEM competition finalist
This week in Community Briefs, there's an annual race scheduled for this weekend, over 50 local students are National Merit semifinalists and a St. Francis senior is a finalist in an international STEM video competition.
[Saturday, September 23, 2023]