Discussion of the Public Art project for the Alum Rock Branch Library has been removed from the agenda of the City of San Jose’s July 22, 2003 Public Art Committee meeting due to scheduling difficulties. Tentatively, the project will be on the agenda for the August meeting (the date for the August meeting has not been finalized yet).
Watch our Community Bulletin Board for information on this and other upcoming meetings:
NNV will be back with the next regular edition in early August.
Mr. Shree Karandikar, the legendary math teacher at James Lick High School, is looking for a volunteer calculus tutor to work with ambitious and motivated youngsters beginning in September when school reopens. Ideally, volunteers would be retired scientists, engineers, mathematicians or others with a strong background in calculus who enjoy interacting with high school students.
Do you know of someone who might be interested? “Mr. K” can be contacted at KarandikarS@esuhsd.org. The tutoring is in his classroom at JLHS after school (2:15 – 4:15 PM) every Tuesday and Wednesday. For an idea of what this tutoring involves, click here to read Ahmad Abu-Shumays’ article on his experience as the tutor in Mr. Karandikar’s class in the current issue of New Neighborhood Voice.
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