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Bittersweet birthday party for Slater

Original post made on Jul 14, 2009

Slater School's students, teachers and staff, past and present, celebrated the school's 50th birthday last Saturday, and it was a time for sharing fond memories of the past rather than talking about the school's future.

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Posted by Kim Royston
a resident of Old Mountain View
on Jul 14, 2009 at 1:27 pm

I just want to say it is sad to see that the school is closing, I remember Mrs Brinks she was a special person to me always remembered when she would be in the office and i needed any thing she was there for me.I remember the trees we planted in the back of the field we all did as a class. Good luck to all the staff, And all the teachers that tought me so much. Kim


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Posted by Robyn
a resident of North Whisman
on Jul 16, 2009 at 1:08 pm

We will always be Slater Gators!!


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Posted by Derick
a resident of another community
on Feb 15, 2012 at 12:44 pm

I stumbled upon this news due to reminiscing about my elementary years & all I can say is WOW! When I used to live in Mountain View as a kid I attended Slater & Ms. Kallas was my teacher in the 3rd grade (78-79)...I loved that lady; definitely one of my all-time favorite teachers...and that's a very SHORT list! I live in Dallas, TX now & always thought of going back just to see what the school looked like after all these years! Hard to believe that Slater is no more...I have some very fond memories of the school, neighborhood, & friends that I made while I was there!


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