Supporters of labor leader F.X. Crowley have set in motion a recount of the vote tally that made Board of Education President Norman Yee win the District 7 seat on the Board of Supervisors by 132 votes.
But while Crowley supporters say the margin of victory is close enough to justify a recount, they are not so sure they will actually follow through on their request for one. That will depend on how much Department of Elections Director John Arntz says it would cost. Read More
In Rachel Kayce’s classroom at Dianne Feinstein Elementary, students illustrate cards depicting their dreams.
“I want to be on Broadway one day.” “My goal is to be a soccer player.” “I will follow directions the first time I’m told.”
As that final dream suggests, this is no everyday classroom. It’s a special day class for third- through fifth-graders considered “emotionally disturbed,” a category within special education. Read More