An effortless way to help education
Take the time to vote for the public schools bond in January. It’s easy and almost effortless. If your house is anything like mine, there’s a stack of papers on the counter where important things may get lost or overlooked. Apparently, every college in the country feels the need to send a glossy publication to my home because a high school senior lives here. When I get my ballot in January, though, I will open it immediately and check the yes boxes, sign and seal it, place a stamp on the envelope and put it in the mailbox right away. It’s too important to get lost in the shuffle of pictures of impressive buildings and happy students promising a bright future.
It hasn’t been that long ago that my oldest son started kindergarten and now, unbelievably, we’re nearing the end of his school years in Los Alamos. The buildings have changed along the way with many improvements for which we are extremely grateful. It’s been amazing to watch the transformation of the high school, middle school and Aspen, and for my kids to reap the benefits of new and remodeled buildings. One thing that hasn’t changed at all is the team of dedicated teachers, guiding and encouraging my children from beginning to end.