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Christmas came early this year for Christopher High School – twice – but the same Santa delivered both times.
The recently completed $110 million Christopher High School is a vision of architectural excellence, but its athletic field – more or less a “pasture of dirt and natural grass in terrible shape” – is turning heads in a bad way.
Parent of three Cheryl Galloway put things into perspective from a student’s standpoint during a community forum Tuesday night on a proposed ballot initiative intended to help fund schools.
A controversial issue that sparked community outcry is coming to a crossroads more than a year after Jack Daley – Gilroy High School's popular former athletic director and district staff member of 20 years – was “reassigned” following an April 7, 2011 incident when first-year GHS track coach Alvin Harrison was arrested for a DUI on Daley's watch.
Parents who attempt to skirt the Gilroy Unified School District's residency requirements – which dictate what high school a student must attend – should keep in mind: Administrators are cracking down against dishonesty.
If the bloom temporarily vacated your mental rose, reminder … the annual Rotary Flower Fest Sale is Saturday – (weather report 72 degrees purrrfect) at Syngenta Seeds on Hecker Pass. Put on your best elbow pads and mosey on out to pluck from the marvelous selection. Heard the Rotarians working the flower floor were all going to don David Cox wigs, now that would be a funny picture … Starts at 8 a.m., ends at 3. Buying beautiful flowers for the Rotary’s charitable giving programs is pretty darn sweet.
Gilroy High School will celebrate its 100th birthday next month - but it won't look any older thanks to an upcoming "extreme school makeover" that includes a revamped practice space for the GHS wrestling team, a renovation for the campus quad area and much-needed classroom upgrades.
Gilroy High School will celebrate its 100th birthday next month - but it won't look any older thanks to an upcoming "extreme school makeover."
Gilroy Unified School District trustees will begin to visit the feasibility of restoring furlough days during Thursday's Board of Education budget study session, but the glimmer of possible good news may be overshadowed by an ominous fiscal rain cloud.