Son's Tour in Gulf War Brought Pride, Fear to Councilman STEVE HIRANO and Longtime Monrovia Unified School District administrator Louise K.
Taylor was appointed superintendent of the district this week by a unanimous vote of the school board. and Taylor, 44, was formerly associate superintendent of personnel
services. She will replace Donald A. Montgomery, 58, who is retiring on June 30 after six years as superintendent. and "We are all here for one purpose: to help Monrovia students develop to
their greatest potential," Taylor said in a prepared statement. "I look forward to working . . . to provide the best possible learning environment for our . . . youth." and In her 11 years with Monrovia Unified, Taylor also has served as the
district's coordinator of pupil services. In addition, she has worked as a consultant and psychologist. Before that, she was a teacher at the Glendora Unified School District. and Taylor received her doctoral degree in educational psychology from the
University of Southern California in 1980. She lives in Glendora, where her husband is an assistant superintendent in the Glendora School District. Their 14-year-old daughter, Laura, is in the ninth grade at Glendora High School.
Band-Aids for the Body and the Mind Eliminating half of the nurses in San Diego city schools is just one of $37 million in cuts that the school district has proposed to balance next year's budget. Two nurses and two teachers discuss how this would affect their students
PLATFORM : Soaking the Rich BILL McCANN, With mandatory rationing in effect, many California water districts have said that households found to exceed their allotments will repeatedly be hit with flow restricters, which reduce water to a mere trickle. BILL McCANN is general manager of the Purissima Hills Water District in the posh Los Altos Hills community in Santa Clara County, an area forced to cut back water usage 75% from pre - drought levels. He told The Times:
The Way It Was When Stopped by LAPD 26 Years Ago Roger Wilkins, Roger Wilkins is professor of history and American culture at George Mason University. The above commentary was first delivered on National Public Radio's "Morning Edition," March 15, 1991
From . . .Sarah By PHILIP APPLEMAN This fragment of the haggling between Abraham and God (over how many righteous men had to be found to save the city of Sodom from destruction) is an excerpt from the longer poem "Sarah," in "Let There Be Light" (HarperCollins: $21.95). 1991 by Philip Appleman.
Viewpoints : Businesses Raise Old Glory, Sales Receipts GERALD C. MEYERS and SUSAN MEYERS, GERALD C. MEYERS, a professor at Carnegie Mellon's Graduate School of Industrial Administration in Pittsburgh, Penn., is a former chairman of American Motors. Susan Meyers is a free-lance writer and former newspaper editor living in Boston. and