By STEVE RAZIDLO
Superintendent District 181
He gets dropped off at the back side of his elementary school nearly every day. I have driven him to school for four years; we have a routine. As he gets out of the car, I tell him I love him.
A new Massachuesetts Institute of Technology (MIT) study, released May 15, reports that background radiation levels more than 100 times normal background levels show no DNA damage in mice, whose responses to radiation mimic those of humans.
GUEST COLUMN LOGO
Government is a negative influence on energy fuel policy
There is perhaps no area of human endeavor more influenced by government policy than the production and use of energy fuel. And the verdict on that influence is negative.
"We're concerned at the ongoing crowding especially at Lowell, and it gives us a lot of limitations," states Superintendent Razidlo.
It should be no surprise there is crowding at Lowell, since Whittier was closed a short four years ago.
A few years ago, I had the privilege of chaperoning a small group of fourth- and fifth-graders who were greeting former President Jimmy Carter during his visit to Atherton, Calif., to encourage support for Habitat for Humanity.