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anniej Says:

Mon, May 30 2016 08:21 PM

Such a great Program. On the Educational side of the house - positive things are happening!!!!


anniej Says:

Wed, May 25 2016 09:45 AM

Why is it WE the taxpaying publics purse strings are always seen 'as the answer to all problems'. Might it be POOR LEADERSHIP is driving the failures?


hoppy Says:

Tue, May 24 2016 02:44 AM

The Sweetwater district certainly did teach their graduates about all that is wrong and corrupt in local government! "Pay for Play" contracts, back room deals, the "good old boy network" and more! An entire school board ousted, glaring problems overlooked while loads of money thrown at other problems to make them disappear. If the students did learn what this editorial hopes they did, it's thanks to the teachers and not the administration of this district.


Blametheparents Says:

Sat, May 21 2016 02:51 PM

Kids tagged this womans house. Will they be held responsible? Will their parents?


anniej Says:

Fri, May 20 2016 06:14 PM

CONGRATS to both teams - Lancers and Barons!!!!!


anniej Says:

Sat, May 14 2016 09:07 PM

Family members, any and all, are responsible for their OWN actions. What is that saying friendships are a choice - family members - a sentence we have no control over.


anniej Says:

Sat, May 14 2016 09:01 PM

Such poignant words, hopefully teachers, adults, Administrators or Commencement speakers will incorporate them into our Seniors Graduation conversations.

Little do many of them realize the impact this upcoming election will have on their very futures.


Art Lopez Says:

Sat, May 14 2016 01:24 PM

I would like to thank Roberto Moreno for writing this great article. I hope this makes our community aware of the importance of Computer Science Education for our children in public education. Thanks again Robert!


anniej Says:

Sat, May 14 2016 09:47 AM

Well Mr. Moreno it us hard to expand on the revelations of your opinions.

What has happened to this Nation, and this City - self serving, egocentric, unqualified, special interest supported wanna be's - enough to make a maggot gag!!!!!!!


anniej Says:

Sat, May 14 2016 09:40 AM

Hmmmm, perhaps, based on the shenanigans we have witnessed in C.V politics historically, it might just be a good idea to have the best person hired for the job - regardless of residency.


Access Says:

Mon, May 09 2016 10:36 PM

This course is providing Sweeteater students with access to the highest paying jobs in the country. Great job Mr. Lopez!


Jeff K Says:

Mon, May 09 2016 07:15 PM

No, No, No. If this gets voted in along with .5% increase SANDAG is requesting our sales tax will be 9%!! Enough is enough. The city council keeps adding homes/condos/ apartments to the Eastlake area and do away with areas that are zoned for businesses. I say put a referendum for a decrease in pay for the city council instead!


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