Marchant to graduate Wednesday despite prank
  • Blaine Marchant 'can join graduation events'
  • Paly student may also face discipline for car prank
  • Paly student arrested for parking -- upside down"> Marchant to graduate Wednesday despite prank
  • Blaine Marchant 'can join graduation events'
  • Paly student may also face discipline for car prank
  • Paly student arrested for parking -- upside down" />

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    New Paly principal favors 'more creative' pranks

    Jacqueline McEvoy, who will take on Palo Alto High job July 1, is happy it's post-prank season

    Jacqueline McEvoy, who will become principal at Palo Alto High School this summer, said she favors senior pranks that are more creative than parking a car upside down.

  • Marchant to graduate Wednesday despite prank

  • Blaine Marchant 'can join graduation events'

  • Paly student may also face discipline for car prank

  • Paly student arrested for parking -- upside down

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