Poll: What would you do with Historic Alameda High?

Poll: What would you do with Historic Alameda High?

Michele Ellson

What do you think should become of Historic Alameda High School? Schools leaders would like to know. So tonight they're kicking off a series of meetings intended to gather the community's thoughts on the subject.

If you can't make the meetings, we'll be streaming three of them live right here on the site - including tonight's meeting, which begins at 6 p.m. - and providing up-to-the-minute coverage via Twitter. We'll also be taking your comments and questions to pass along, so feel free to hit us @TheAlamedan for us to pass along to mediators Jeff Cambra and Alice Lai-Bitker or drop a comment right here on the site.

This post isn't a traditional poll, where we offer you a proscribed set of choices to pick from. It's an open space where you can offer your ideas, questions, and comments about the campus and about what the community and students at Alameda High need. Feel free to add your voice to the conversation, now or anytime before May 9.

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Submitted by Steve Gerstle on Sat, Apr 13, 2013

Considering economic reality, the best outcome I can see is that the District offers a very long term lease for one dollar to whoever will preserve and seismically upgrade the buildings.

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