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District hires new at-risk intervention supervisor

Original post made on Nov 14, 2008

The elementary school district has hired a new intervention supervisor to work with at-risk students at Graham Middle School, replacing Marco Garcia, who left to become a Mountain View police officer.

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Posted by Mr. Cuesta
a resident of Cuesta Park
on Nov 14, 2008 at 2:42 pm

Congratulations! You have big shoes to fill. Mr. Garcia did amazing things at the school and changed the feel for that school in the time he was there. He was approachable, caring and showed empathy to everyone he spoke with. Mr. Garcia was respected not only by his peers but the children and their parents. Graham misses his presence. If he was to walk on campus now the students would gravitate to him. I hope the school district did its due diligence in hiring Mr. Ordonez and hope the new counsler will do just as great if not better at the minumum.

Mr. Cuesta