The school is in need of a campus to meet its long-term goal of continuing to educate children, plain and simple. The lack of support by any community towards that goal is mind-boggling to me.
The suspicious nature of the woman interviewed is insulting, mean-spirited and ignorant in my view. Her conclusion that the school was "sneaky" because she was approached by Realtors suggesting that someone was interested in her property has no support in fact. I would have thought that in an area of enormous wealth, a highly educated and enlightened populace would make it a priority to support educating children to make the world a better place. What a disappointment.
Michael Corwin, Shasta Lane, Menlo Park
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