Schools Video

Rare Footage of LASD vs. BCS – the early years

Doug Smith in front of screen presenting a slide show
Trustee Doug Smith 2012 at Covington School presenting the tentative agreement
Written by lalahpolitico

A blast from the past circa 2012. We lead with a ‘video’ of former trustee Doug Smith presenting a ‘tentative long-term agreement’ with BCS. In this rare footage of LASD you can hear that Bullis Charter School would have received one of the elementary campuses – it would ‘close a neighborhood school.’ The idea was not well received by LASD parents.

This shot in the video of the audience in 2012 looks oh so much the same as the recent brouhaha over the ‘Move Egan to 10th site’ proposal. The audio is cinema verite.

This 17 flicks video library also includes footage of the Facilities Master Plan Committee and other similar meetings of citizen task forces.

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lalahpolitico

Norma Schroder is an economics & market researcher by trade and ardent independent journalist, photographer and videographer by avocation. Enthralled by the growth of the tech industry over the decades, she became fascinated with the business of local politics only in the past several years.