Los Altos School District purchases 10th school site

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Kohl’s and T-Mobile are two of the businesses currently operating on the Mountain View land the Los Altos School District has purchased for a 10th school site.

Capping off a years-long process, the Los Altos School District has bought nearly a dozen acres of land in Mountain View for a 10th school site.

Cheng and Landsberger re-elected to head Foothill-De Anza board

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Pearl Cheng will remain at the helm of the Foothill-De Anza Community College District Board of Trustees for another year.

10th site purchase pushed back one week

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Kohl's currently sits on part of the land the Los Altos School District is purchasing for a 10th school site.

The Los Altos School District’s planned purchase of a 10th school site in Mountain View has been moved back a week, from Dec. 4 to Dec. 11, as the district waits for a few final documents to be signed.

New bus route enhances safety for south Los Altos students

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Passengers board a Valley Transit Authority bus. Starting later this month, the VTA plans to offer a bus route that stops near Homestead High School and Cupertino Middle School.

As the winter season approaches, Cupertino Middle School and Homestead High students from Los Altos will have another option for getting to and from school: the new Valley Transportation Authority Route 51H.

MVLA hires district wellness coordinator

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William Blair is set to serve as the Mountain View Los Altos Union High School District’s new wellness coordinator. He is currently an assistant principal at Mountain View High School.

In his 15 years at Mountain View High School, both as a teacher and an administrator, William Blair said he has focused on building campus culture. Recently hired as the district’s inaugural wellness coordinator, he views his new job as aligning with that mission, just on a broader scale.

Foothill-De Anza bond and parcel tax set for March ballot

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The Foothill-De Anza Community College District Board of Trustees approved placing a bond and a parcel tax on the March ballot, supporting the Foothill, above, and De Anza campuses.

Come March, local residents will get the opportunity to vote on two funding measures for Foothill and De Anza colleges: a bond measure and a parcel tax.


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