Los Altos High students show up for Haiti


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Los Altos High students and local residents protest the political situation in Haiti at the corner of El Camino Real and San Antonio Road Dec. 12.

Approximately 30 Los Altos High students and local residents held a peaceful protest to show solidarity for students in Haiti last week at a protest at the corner of El Camino Real and San Antonio Road.

The crowd, chanting “Hey hey, ho ho, police brutality has got to go,” was holding the Mountain View version of demonstrations that were going on throughout Haiti for weeks to protest the regime of President Jovenel Moise, which has been replete with corruption and police brutality.

Mountain View to contribute $23M for LASD’s 10th site

The Mountain View City Council voted to contribute $23 million to the Los Altos School District’s potential purchase of a 10th site in Mountain View, with certain restrictions.

LASD questions BCS enrollment projection for next school year

Los Altos School District officials responded to Bullis Charter School’s facilities request for the 2019-2020 school year with an enrollment counterprojection.

This year, Bullis Charter School requested facilities through the process laid out in Proposition 39, state legislation governing charter schools. The charter school provided the number of in-district students it expects for the following school year, because those are the students the district is required to find facilities for. The district can object to that number and provide a counterprojection, which it has done in years past.

Friday is sundae for Loyola students


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Sophia Cieslicki, a fifth-grader at Loyola School, above, decorates school principal Richard Julian with whipped cream Friday during morning assembly. Students earned the honor of turning Julian into a “human ice cream sundae” – complete with chocolate syrup, sprinkles, whipped cream and gummy bears, right – by raising $13,199.52 during a campus-wide walkathon, far surpassing their original $10,000 goal. “I’ve done this before at my former school, so I’m a real pro at this,” Julian said.

Egan trip changes perspective of Yosemite

I used to think Yosemite was overrated.

The first time I went there was in fifth grade with my family. After hearing comments about how “breathtaking” and “absolutely wonderful” Yosemite was, we were looking forward to a great trip. But due to the weather (winter was just turning to spring), we didn’t get to enjoy the outdoors as much as we had hoped.

MVLA hires new director of special education

Students attending schools in the Mountain View Los Altos Union High School District may see a new face around campus: special-education director Kristen Hardy.


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