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Gilroy, CA
Saturday, December 7, 2019
Everything from (he college president's evaluation to school board policies will be discussed at a series of Special meetings of local school hoards this week.
At Glen View School, soft-spoken second-grader Adolfo Aldana pulls his Sharks paraphernalia from a bag - a hockey puck, a comic book, a frisbee and the ticket to Friday's game that he saved.
Taking a cue from the City of Gilroy, the school district is looking into a position to help make volunteering easier.
The third time turned out to be the charm for Gilroy's Wendy McAllister, a 24-year-old substitute teacher who earned the 1999 Miss Gilroy Garlic Festival Queen title Saturday night.
A dinner Saturday night will feature a meal cooked by a celebrity chef to benefit the American Heart Association.
The street improvements for Antonio Del Buono School are set, but the construction of the school, already behind schedule, could prove to be troublesome for the district.
Five contestants are vying for the title, but only one will be crowned Miss Gilroy Garlic Festival Queen Saturday night.
The school board and City Council met to have a frank discussion on how to better work together and learn what each body has planned.
Procrastinators have until 5 p.m, today to get their tax returns in the Gilroy mail:
A $152,000 grant for career training and the possibility of up to $90,000 to address a need of the college's choosing were subjects of Tuesday night's Gavilan College hoard meeting.