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Good morning. Its Monday, August 23.

Here are the week’s top stories.

New Los Altos Community Center to open in October

The highly anticipated Los Altos Community Center is scheduled to open on Oct. 2. 

In-person school welcomes a new era of style for Los Altos seniors

After a year and a half minimized to pixel boxes, Los Altos High School students are finally returning to campus and showing off their evolved senses of style. These are a few stand-out looks from seniors the first week of the 2021–2022 school year.

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Neighbors and endangered leafcutter bees swarm local grower’s untamed garden

Read about Phil Muller, a local grower who started a free nursery on his driveway during the pandemic.

In case you missed it: 

PHOTOS: First day of school

School’s back in session, and it’s hectic as ever. We sent photographers to Paly, Los Altos and Mountain View to capture the first-day madness.

MVLA appoints special education administrator, assistant principals

The Mountain View–Los Altos Union High School District board Monday appointed Neena Mand to the role of special education administrator, Fabian Morales Medina to the role of Los Altos assistant principal and Marti McGuirk to the role of Mountain View assistant principal.

Tiger parents, read: Meet the program combating Silicon Valley stress

Read about Launchpad for Life, a nonprofit started by ex-tiger parents to combat Silicon Valley stress — that hopes to develop middle and high schoolers into multi-dimensional and happy adults.
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