Superintendent Kurt Steinhaus, left, thanks Dave Woodruff and the community for their support. Courtesy/LAPS
On behalf of Los Alamos Public Schools and the School Board, President Jim Hall would like to thank the citizens of White Rock and Los Alamos for their resounding endorsement of our public schools in the recent bond election.
“This is an investment in the future of our youth. The bond vote assists LAPS in further modernizing facilities as outlined in our 20-year master plan,” School Superintendent Kurt Steinhaus said.
Whether you voted for or against, we appreciate that you took time to think about the future of our youth and provide us with direction, by way of your ballot vote. Los Alamos has always been a community that values education. Better schools … brighter future!
This endorsement of the schools-revitalization program by our citizens underscores our town’s ongoing commitment to top-notch, quality schools. It demonstrates that this is a community that truly invests its time, talent, and treasure in the best interests of its children and their teachers.
We are extremely gratified that our citizens are happy with the rebuilding progress at the High School, Middle School and Aspen Elementary — “promise made and promise kept!” It is nice to know that Los Alamos citizens are willing to entrust us with additional hard-earned dollars to renovate and rebuild Barranca Elementary and upgrade school facilities across the district. We will continue to be prudent and put these dollars to good use for the benefit of our children, our teachers, and the entire community.
The students and staff of LAPS join us in thanking the community for supporting education in Los Alamos.