18 months ago, AUSD and the Board of Education received a demographic study for the district from Lapkoff and Gobalet. This study came under a lot of criticism during the Edison enrollment/lottery discussion and I thought it would be interesting to look at how it has faired two years out.
AUSD needs to identify its threshold for adding a new class at Edison so that incoming parents have some idea as to what to expect next fall.
USD has just announced that they will add a fourth kindergarten this year to accomodate the 78 children who have enrolled for next year’s kindergarten.
The city is looking at Traffic Calming Fernside Boulevard between Encinal and High, but are the current plans heade where the neighborhood wants them to go?
Is the city wasting money and duplicating work on Fernside Boulevard? The short and long answer is no.
the few voices in the woods against the parcel tax say we should wait until the budget is done. But where do we draw the line?
The Alameda League of Women Voters holds it’s Annual “Meet Your Public Officials Night” at the Harbor Bay Community Center on 4/24 @5:30pm
Quick rundown of transportation related meetings and events for the week of 4/21.
The Alameda Daily News makes lot’s of predictions and assertions of supposed fact, but do they get it right?
The School Board is being asked to look at changing enrollment on school boundaries. AUSD staff is working hard to clarify enrollment and reduce the unpredictable nature of enrollment, but are they focusing on small gains that will have large impacts on some families?