Each of the high end cars now has to have specialty keys remade.What a terrible thing to do to those hard-working students and adults.
"It's gonna be a lot of time and a lot of money," von Ravensberg said.
That is money the program doesn't have. Students fix up the autos and sell them at surplus to fund classes and some of the cars are already spoken for, according to von Ravensberg.
It's the Seafair Milk Carton Derby at Green Lake tomorrow. (Note: I have found the race times to be highly variable so don't count on them.)
Final word on 1351 for now - State will pay for K-3 class size reduction but puts off reductions for 4-12.
“K-3, we know that is the place we will get the best impact for our children,” said Sen. Bruce Dammeier, R-Puyallup. “It is the place we need to implement first and make sure it’s successful. Then we can decide how to proceed four years from now.”
What will you use to judge if "it's successful?"
Sen. Marko Liias, D-Lynnwood, said he was voting against the measure because he believed the Legislature wrongly considers class sizes a luxury.
“In reality, I think small class sizes are like the pencils, they’re like the chairs in the school,” he said. “They’re an essential element to our children getting a world-class education.”
As well, the use of a biology test for graduation is suspended for at least two years.
What's on your mind?