Issue: August 23, 2012
Washoe schools superintendent Pedro Martinez: And we want to start
closing achievement gaps, especially with special education students,
students with disabilities, multilingual children, children in poverty.
It's back to school time again. Our August 23 edition will contain
Ashley Hennefer's lengthy interview with the Washoe County
superintenent of schools and also our annual guide for arriving
University of Nevada, Reno students, which was also produced by Ashley.
And as autumn comes into view, Kris Vagner will introduce us to some
little-known swimming holes high in the Sierra for late summer
swims. Ashley (she does work, doesn't she?) will give us the latest
developments in the face-off between Comstock Mining Inc. and
Comstock residents. Brad Bynum will introduce us to violinist
Kristin Pitman, who is also a singer-songwriter under the stage name
K.P. Movie critic Bob Grimm takes on The Expendables 2 and food
critic K.J. Sullivan pursues one of her favorite dishes-- pho. In
news. we look at the campaign issue of whether Nevada should pull out
of the Tahoe Regional Planning Agency.
Thank you for reading us. If not for you, we'd have to go back to school.