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Good morning. Its Monday, Sept. 27.

Here are the week’s top stories.

MVLA’s mental health resources, explained

You don’t need to know all the details of the Mountain View–Los Altos Union High School District’s mental health infrastructure to ask for help. For some, though, knowing what’s there in the first place might make it easier. Here’s a guide to all the district’s mental health resources, and how to access them.

How a local muralist’s work brings color to her community

From chic, modern line art to blossoming flowers and vibrant colors, Morgan Bricca’s murals add flair, character and a sense of togetherness to the walls of her community. Read about Bricca, a local muralist who spoke at the Los Altos History Museum last week.

City of Los Altos adopts firearm safe storage ordinance

In a unanimous move, the Los Altos City Council last week adopted a firearms safe storage ordinance, requiring all firearms in Los Altos residences to be stored in locked containers or disabled with a trigger lock. 

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38 MVLA seniors advance as semifinalists in National Merit Scholarship competition

38 seniors in the Mountain View–Los Altos Union High School District have advanced to the semifinal stage of the 2022 National Merit Scholarship Program.

MVLA teachers talk of capping AP courses, union president says

A number of teachers in the Mountain View–Los Altos Union High School District have suggested that the board limit the number of Advanced Placement courses students can take per year to three, said teachers’ union president Dave Campbell in a Monday address to the board.
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