Friday, October 24, 2008

Group Explains Opposition to Angels Gate High School

Community members opposed to construction of a public high school at Angels Gate have outlined their case in the press.

The group has written a commentary for the Coastal San Pedro Neighborhood Council newsletter, Coastal Currents.

Instead of building the Angels Gate campus, the allocated funding “should stay at San Pedro High School to convert the 49 temporary bungalows into ‘green’ state-of-the-art buildings for future generations to carry on the 100-year tradition of San Pedro High,” N.O.I.S.E. opponents argue.

The commentary is the second in a pro-con series. The L.A. school district wrote in favor of the campus in the previous issue of Coastal Currents.


Anonymous said...

The Full Disclosure presents, Where Did Bond Money Go?"

The Los Angeles Unified School District's (LAUSD) $20 Billion dollar school-bond financed construction program, the most expansive in the nation, and in L.A.

Sunday On Cable TV.

Oct. 26th, Sunday 8-9 p.m. Part 1-2
Oct. 27th, Monday 4-5 p.m. Part 1-2

Featured in these latest two segments of an on-going series on the school are:

David L. Brewer, LAUSD Superintendent

Monica Garcia, Pres LAUSD Board of Education

Yolie Flores Aguilar, Member LAUSD
Scott Wildman, Chair, CA Legislative Audit Cmtt.

Kaye Kilburn, MD, Keck USC School of Medicine

Anthony Patchett, Head DA Investigation

Guy Mahula, LAUSD Chief Facilities Executive

Ed Reyes, Los Angeles City Councilman

Scott Braxton, Principal Roybal High School

Scott Folsom,LAUSD Bond Oversight Committee,

Caprice Young, former LAUSD Board President

Patricia McPherson, Pres. Grassroots Coalition

Manny Maldana, Community Activist, Candidate

George Buzzetti, Community Activist

Anonymous said...

LAUSD has money to burn so to get taxpayers to pay more to them threw bond money so they can buy $13K unused sushi machines and then pay into a Administration with a decreasing enrollment....

Stop LAUSD make another mistake to build a $102.5 million dollar school for 500 magnet student at SRHs#15 at Angel's Gate... this money should be used to fix and better San Pedro High School... no bussed in magnet student!