The Alpine High School Citizen’s Committee held a meeting on Tuesday, July 24th, concerning the matter of the contentious Alpine High School. The group holds the goal of galvanizing unification for the Alpine Union School District. Committee member Sal Casamassima explained, “When you get unification, you then have a school district that’s a unified school district, that goes from kindergarten through the twelfth grade.”
According to the American School Bus Council, school buses are designed to be safer than passenger vehicles in avoiding crashes and preventing injury. Today, as compared to years ago, school buses are built with safety in mind. In fact, a study by the U.S. Department of Transportation states that children are safer riding the bus to and from school than being driven in a car by an adult. When you are sharing the road with school buses, follow these tips.
August opens up the doors for every high school graduate to really begin their journey, reaching for their dreams and looking forward to their college careers. Zachary Wiley is on his way, setting his sights on a life of medicine, his first stop is Notre Dame, for his general education, and bachelor’s degree. Then his plans include Stanford for his choice of medical schools.
The new school year is almost upon us, and Alpine has a new opportunity for parents who are ready to investigate alternative educational choices for their children. The Heights Charter is an exciting new venture put forth by Director and Lead Teacher, Diana Whyte, who is dedicated to serving the children of Alpine for over thirty-two years. In partnership with Alpine parents, The Heights Charter School is underway, and is promising a school environment that puts children first.