By Rick LaPlante, New Haven Schools Public Information Officer
New Haven's buses will be retrofitted
to reduce emissions. Courier Photo
UNION CITY – Continuing its efforts to be a leader in environmental consciousness, the New Haven Unified School District will retrofit its entire fleet of buses, to reduce emissions by up to 85 percent.
The District, home of the first school in Alameda County running primarily on solar power, has won a $350,000 grant from the Bay Area Air Quality Management District to retrofit all 28 of its school buses. The grant is part of the Lower Emission School Bus Program (LESBP).
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Egg Roll with Rice,
Milk, Baby Carrots, Fresh Fruit, Cookie, and Fun Chips
All young men interested in playing basketball for James Logan High boys teams in 2007-2008 school year, please come to the Pavilion at 3:15 today and tomorrow for a meeting and Open Gym.
Anyone interested in playing water polo next fall please come to Room 45 to get a flier for summer camp, which starts Monday, June 18.
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Seniors queued up to get their yearbooksCourier Staff Report
Friday. Courier Photo
Students began the annual ritual of signing each other's yearbooks Friday after school, when Logan Yearbook Advisor Erika Viray's staff distributed the newly arrived annual book to seniors who bought one.
Yearbook distribution to juniors, sophomores and freshmen began during the lunch periods Monday, and is scheduled to continue after school today, and during lunch and after school tomorrow.
Students who haven't yet bought one can do so for $90 each.
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By Chris Ott
Enjoy today's low gas prices while you still can.
With gas topping $4 a gallon in some parts of the country, it might seem hard to believe that things could get worse. But in the long run, there is really only one direction for the price of gas to go, and that's up.
Sure, the price of gas will probably dip from time to time again. But experts estimate that world oil production is already at or beyond its peak. That almost certainly means higher prices for the fuel that's left.
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