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Class of 1975

October 3, 2014 by Judith Cory Haskell (Register to contact)

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Who's in charge of the reunion for the class of 1975? Please contact me at:
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1962 reunion

June 27, 2013 by William DiBartolo (Register to contact)

Has there been a reunion for the 50 years it has been.

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In Loving Memory: Dave Michael Nocito – The Paper  Dutras Paper

Dave Michael Nocito passed away in Santa Clara, CA Tuesday, July 9, 2019. Dave recently celebrated his 70th birthday with his immediate family. Dave was ...



Jim Plunkett returns to James Lick High School  NFL.com

Jim Plunkett made his way back to James Lick High School in San Jose recently to address the football team and share what his high school experiences meant ...



Gilbane Building Company Awarded Construction Management of James Lick High School Project  PR Newswire

SAN JOSE, Calif., July 30, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Gilbane Building Company, a global leader in construction services, has been selected by East Side Union ...



New program helps San Jose teachers who can’t afford homes here  The Mercury News

San Francisco-based startup Landed, which helps teachers in several Bay Area cities afford a down payment on a home, is expanding to serve San Jose school ...



On first day of school, Bay Area districts still seeking teachers  The Mercury News

As Emerald To prepared to face students Wednesday at Andrew Hill High in her first full-time teaching job, it was no surprise the 25-year-old experienced ...



San Jose: Mt. Pleasant track coach charged with 10 felonies in sex with students case  San Jose Mercury News

SETTING THE RECORD STRAIGHT (publ. 3/20/2016, pg. A4) A story about the arrest of a former Mt. Pleasant High School assistant track coach on sex charges ...



The late Gunther Cunningham got his early football start on the Central Coast; at Lompoc High and Hancock  Lompoc Record

Gunther Cunningham – a widely regarded professional football defensive mind who graduated from Lompoc High and briefly played at Hancock College – has ...



San Jose: Two killed in separate collisions  East Bay Times

Police are investigating a pair of recent crashes in San Jose that resulted in fatalities.



List of 28 chronically underperforming schools in Silicon Valley stirs up storm  San Jose Mercury News

James Lick High school in the East Side Union High School district has banks of computers, some recently installed. They have cameras training on the ...



At an East San Jose high school, students react to new Common Core test  EdSource Today

The students in John Daniels' U.S. history class at James Lick High School in East San Jose are a smidgen of the tens of thousands of juniors who are taking the ...



San Jose neighborhood mural spruces up blighted area  KTVU San Francisco

It's an effort to lift up an East San Jose neighborhood plagued with blight and crime. The community is coming together hoping to change its image with a new ...



San Jose teacher arrested for allegedly having sex with student  SFGate

A San Jose teacher was arrested for allegedly having sex with a 17-year-old student, officials said Thursday. Drew was a teacher at Summit Tahoma Charter ...



San Jose High badminton coach held for allegedly dating student  SFGate

A 21-year-old San Jose woman was arrested and fired for allegedly dating a 15-year-old male student at San Jose High School, where she worked as the ...



VIDEO: Aerial tour of flooding, damage in San Jose  KGO-TV

VIDEO: Sky7 captured an aerial view of residents being rescued from their homes by boat, as well as the destruction left behind from the flooding in San Jose.



'Very Serious Flooding': High Water Overwhelms San Jose Homes, Streets Along Coyote Creek  NBC Bay Area

Crews in San Jose were busy Tuesday rescuing people of all ages and pets trapped in cars and homes swamped by rising flood waters along Coyote Creek.



Free lunches for youth in San Jose and elsewhere go uneaten  San Jose Mercury News

SAN JOSE — It turns out that there is a free lunch after all. That is, if you are 18 or younger, if you can get to the lunch line and if you don't mind cafeteria food.



Creepy Clown Threats Put San Jose School District on 'Heightened Alert'  NBC Bay Area

Reports of creepy clowns have now surfaced in San Jose, with one school superintendent sending out a warning letter to students telling them to beware.



SVCTE Students Win 13 Medals at SkillsUSA State Competition  Patch.com

Silicon Valley Career Technical Education (SVCTE) students won five gold medals, five silver medals, and three bronze medals during the SkillsUSA California ...



A closer look at San Jose’s waterlogged neighborhood  The Mercury News

It's shaped like half of a broken molar, a jagged stretch of city streets brushing up against Highway 101 and now getting a thorough soaking thanks to a rising ...



Gene Menges (1926-2016) - First Great SJS Passing Quarterback, Long-Time Coach  SJSUSpartans.com

June 7, 2016 In the 20th century when one could excel in the world of sports as a "jack of many trades," Gene Menges of San Jose State staked his claim, dug in.



San Jose: Teen slain on streets named for kids’ tales  San Jose Mercury News

jrodriguez@mercurynews.com. SAN JOSE — It was a killing in fantasy land and yet another nightmare for San Jose. Pedro Cortez, an 18-year-old who was ...



Historic Flooding in San Jose Caused More Than $70 Million in Damage: Officials  NBC Bay Area

Nearly one week since historic flooding overwhelmed several San Jose neighborhoods and uprooted households, the South Bay city on Monday announced the ...



Spouse of Assembly Candidate Darcie Green Changes Name, Can't Erase His Violent Past  San Jose Inside

Darcie Green's new husband bucked convention by taking the county education trustee and State Assembly candidate's surname, billing the move as a tribute to ...



San Jose: Century 21 dome theater closed  San Jose Mercury News

Juan Serna and Lindsay Taylor could have bought tickets online for the first movie Sunday morning at the dome. But for old-time's sake, the two 30-somethings ...



The big squeeze is on in California classes  San Jose Mercury News

As California crams more kids into classrooms, students are sitting in aisles and on windowsills. Fewer are paying attention and more are certain to be left ...



Sal Alvarez, Catholic deacon and social activist in San Jose, dies  San Jose Mercury News

SAN JOSE — A career that started in academia and then embraced the teachings of Jesus, Mohandas Gandhi and Cesar Chavez — a life's work honored by the ...



Jim Plunkett’s painful journey: ‘My life sucks’  The Mercury News

Former Raiders quarterback Jim Plunkett underscores the problems of health for many aging football players who are struggling with constant pain.



Iconic Peters' Bakery Dogged by Racism, Retaliation Allegations  San Jose Inside

Chuck Peters rolls his wheelchair through the break-of-dawn bustle of his iconic East San Jose bakery. White-aproned clerks sort *fresh* donuts in the display ...



Looking for San Jose’s best murals? There’s a map for that  The Mercury News

Click here if you are having trouble viewing the slideshow on a mobile device. People often ask me where to find a mural, sculpture or other piece of art they've ...



Holiday boutique calendar  San Jose Mercury News

Christmas Belles Boutique. 29th year. Original handcrafted gifts. 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Oct. 25-27. 530 Pamlar Ave., San Jose. (408) 287-9256. Christmas Goose ...



Anselmo ‘Chemo’ Candelaria, Chicano and Native American activist, dead at 68  San Jose Mercury News

Anselmo “Chemo” Candelaria, a charismatic and controversial leader of the Chicano Movement in San Jose during the turbulent 1960s, died recently in Arizona ...



Milpitas’ top stories over a 60-year span  San Jose Mercury News

1955. Milpitas received a look at its new community newspaper. The Milpitas Post was born with a 2,000 press run with most of the copies distributed to workers ...



Future of high school exit exam unclear as California revamps testing requirements  EdSource Today

The current overhaul of California's student testing program is skipping, for now, the California High School Exit Exam, the one test that's truly high stakes.



San Jose flood: What’s been done since to improve warnings and protection  The Mercury News

SAN JOSE — Months after she was evacuated amid the powerful February storms that overwhelmed nearby Coyote Creek, Hien Nguyen has finally returned to ...



California’s future: More big droughts and massive floods, new study finds  East Bay Times

Click here if you are having trouble viewing the photos or video on your mobile device. The extreme weather swings experienced by Californians the past six ...



Moonlighting Teachers Learn Hard Lessons from Uber  Capital and Main

Co-published by The Nation Alissa Quart reports on teachers who drive for Uber.



The best Bay Area-born athletes of all time  San Francisco Chronicle

Image 1 of 37. New Raiders coach Jack Del Rio was born in Castro Valley and graduated from Hayward High School in 1981 after a trophy- and accolade-filled ...



Historian Iris Chang won many battles / The war she lost raged within  San Francisco Chronicle

On a cloudy Monday morning in early November, author Iris Chang, 36, drove her white 1999 Oldsmobile Alero down Alum Rock Avenue toward the green ...



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