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Publication Date: Wednesday, June 12, 2002

School Notebook School Notebook (June 12, 2002)

Youth forum

The Youth Achievement Program at Woodside High School will hold a community forum from 6 to 9 p.m. Wednesday, June 19, in the school's staff dining room.

The public is welcome to the forum, to be held as part of the school's Crime Prevention Advisory Board meeting. For more information, call 306-1750. Woodside High is located at 199 Churchill Ave., in Woodside.

The Youth Achievement Program is a recently established tutoring, mentoring and general support program for struggling students and their families. The program is funded through a grant from the California Office of Criminal Justice Planning.
Math honors

Two Menlo Park students were among the top finishers in the Northern California MathCounts competition held recently at the University of California at Davis. The four-member team from Nueva School in Hillsborough included seventh-grader Nathaniel Shar and eighth-grader Christopher Rollins from Menlo Park.
New posts

The San Mateo County Office of Education announced one immediate change in management and one to take place during the summer.

Joan Thomas, the acting senior administrator of special education services for the county, now formally assumes that position.

John Bayless, currently the superintendent of the Cabrillo Unified School District in Half Moon Bay, will take over in August as associate superintendent for fiscal and operational services from long-time associate superintendent Jim Hooley.


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