CUSD picks interim superintendent Yao for permanent post

Stacy McAfee
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Stacy Yao is set to become the Cupertino Union School District's superintendent. She currently serves as interim superintendent.

The Cupertino Union School District Board of Education announced last night that it plans to appoint Interim Superintendent Stacy Yao to the permanent superintendent position.

LASD unveils 10th school site deal

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The Los Altos School District recently completed a deal to purchase a 10th school site at the corner of Showers Drive and California Street in Mountain View. The 11.65-acre parcel encompasses the land where, from left, Kohl’s, 24 Hour Fitness and Joann fabrics currently sit.

After years of negotiations, the Los Altos School District is set to buy a 10th school site at the corner of California Street and Showers Drive in Mountain View.

The district pubicly unveiled the deal last week. The total purchase price for the 11.65-acre parcel is $155 million, but the district will end up paying only $27.7 million. The city of Mountain View and local developers will foot the rest of the bill.

LASD board to put brakes on controversial BCS deal

Claiming the community needs more time to process it, the Los Altos School District Board of Trustees was poised Monday to postpone action on a controversial deal that would grant Bullis Charter School exclusive use of the Egan Junior High School campus.

BCS gets Egan campus, jr. high moves to 10th site under proposed agreement

Egan protest
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More than 75 protestors gathered outside Egan Junior High School Monday to oppose moving the school to the 10th site in Mountain View.

Updated: April 9, 1:35 p.m.

A proposed deal unveiled last week between the Los Altos School District and Bullis Charter School offers the opportunity for a decade-long truce between the two entities, but not without substantial changes to the status quo. 

Second Safe Route to School meeting scheduled Monday

The second community engagement meeting of the Homestead Corridor Safe Route to School Study is scheduled 6-8 p.m. Monday in the auditorium at Homestead High School, 21370 Homestead Road, Cupertino.

Homestead Safe Routes to School project moves forward

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A cyclist rides across Homestead Road in Cupertino. The first Homestead Safe Routes to School community engagement meeting, held Nov. 26, gauged local residents’ opinions on how to improve the Homestead Road corridor. The thruway stretches from the intersection of Grant Road and Foothill Expressway in Los Altos to the intersection of Homestead Road, Hollenbeck Avenue and North Stelling Road in Cupertino.

With the first Homestead Road Safe Routes to School community meeting held last month and the next one set for January, the project to improve the thruway for cyclists and pedestrians is moving forward.

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