Should Alameda Unified renovate Historic Alameda High School, repurpose or rebuild it? It’s a question they’ve posed to the public – and one other Bay Area school districts have grappled with in different ways.
Fixing Encinal High School’s pools could cost more than $2.1 million, a newly released estimate shows – a bill that’s four times what city staffers thought needed fixes would cost and a few hundred thousand dollars less than building new pools from scratch. Read more >> about Encinal High pool fixes could top $2 million
Alameda's four charter schools educate nearly 1,400 students. Here's the demographic 411 on the Alameda Community Learning Center, Academy of Alameda, Bay Area School of Enterprise and Nea Community Learning Center that was provided to the Board of Education on Tuesday night, at the jump. Read more >> about By the numbers: Alameda's charter schools
Low-income housing, a museum, and new classroom space are among the future uses Alameda residents envision for Historic Alameda High School. But most of the people who offered their thoughts on what should become of the school on Monday agreed that the campus should remain standing. Read more >> about Residents offer ideas for old school buildings