Journalism Day at Palo Alto High School attracted more than 250 high school students and advisers representing 18 Bay Area school publications, according to the California Newspaper Publishers Association bulletin. They learned how newspapers are covering their communities and how the delivery of news is changing. Segments at the Sept. 9 workshop covered newswriting, photography, design, press law, adviser issues, advertising and marketing, multimedia, internships, college newspapers, printing and InDesign. J-Day sponsors included the CNPA, Peninsula Press Club, Journalism Education Association of Northern California, California Scholastic Journalism Initiative, the journalism departments of College of San Mateo, Chabot College and Ohlone College, and The Campanile newspaper and Verde magazine at Palo Alto High School. The second of four journalism days produced by CNPA is Saturday, Sept. 30 at Riverside City College. Details at cnpa.com/outreach.