Mount Madonna High School Graduates Tonight

After the Fest, Visit Downtown

About 50 students at Mount Madonna Continuation High School will
graduate at 5:30pm today. The students will receive their high
school diplomas from teachers at the Gavilan College Theater.
Mount Madonna High School Graduates Tonight

Gilroy – About 50 students at Mount Madonna Continuation High School will graduate at 5:30pm today. The students will receive their high school diplomas from teachers at the Gavilan College Theater.

New Student Rep on Gilroy School Board

Gilroy – Aaron Apolonio has taken over as the school board representative for Gilroy High School. The sophomore’s duties include attending meetings of the Gilroy Unified School District board of trustees, reporting on events at the high school, representing the opinions of the high school students and reporting key issues of board meetings to the students.

“I’m looking forward to being a part of something that has so much influence over the community,” he said after his first meeting.

Officer Injured Pursuing Wanted Man

Gilroy – A man wanted for a grab-bag of crimes fled from Gilroy police Sunday morning, causing one officer to injure his knee. Efren Fregoso, 36, of San Jose, ran from a Gilroy home at 7:26am Sunday when officers arrived to arrest him on warrant charges of driving under the influence, marijuana possession, driving with a suspended license and failure to appear in court. The officer injured his knee while pursuing Fregoso; Gilroy Police Sgt. Jim Gillio, the department’s public information officer, was unsure of the nature of the injury or how long the officer might be out of work. When Fregoso was caught at 6395 Miller Ave., another charge was added to the list: felony resisting arrest.

Free Internet Literacy for Adults 55 and Older

Gilroy – Gavilan College is now offering a course to teach adults older than 55 how to use the Internet. Students can now learn how to stay connected to their family and friends through e-mail and instant messaging. Students will learn how to use an e-mail account, search news sources, browse online, use interactive games and research topics of their choice.

The college is offering eight classes in Gilroy, Morgan Hill and Hollister. Students are not required to attend every class.

The cost is free for students 55 and older.

Students can register for LIB 730 at Gavilan College sites in Gilroy, Morgan Hill and Hollister.

Details: 848-4859.

Send news items to City Editor Robert Airoldi. FAX to 842-2206, mail to Gilroy Dispatch, 6400 Monterey Road, Gilroy, CA 95020, or e-mail [email protected]

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