Friday, October 3, 2008

School District Argues for Angels Gate Campus

The L.A. school district makes its case for a campus at Angels Gate in the current issue of the Coastal San Pedro Neighborhood Council newsletter.

The district argues:

  • The school, an “810-seat, state-of-the-art campus featuring two small learning communities, is key to providing students adequate school housing while moving away from larger campuses that can dilute a student’s academic experience.”

  • “Adding additional bungalows or buildings to the San Pedro High School campus will fail to relieve overcrowding or allow for adequate school housing in the near and long term.”

  • School construction will “minimally impact the community.”

  • The school “promises to be one of the greenest schools ...”

Read the full story in Coastal Currents. The next issue will include an opinion piece by the NOISE opponents.

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