“Parents Rough It To Get Kids Into Alternative Schools.”
Three days ago, Kathy Minor bundled up in her bulkiest wool sweater, packed her ice cooler and began camping out on Twin Peaks.
It had nothing to do with the panoramic view. She was parking herself in the schoolyard of Rooftop Elementary School to make sure she is first in line when registration at the “alternative school” starts at 8 a.m. today.Parents Rough It To Get Kids Into Alternative Schools by Diane Curtis, San Francisco Chronicle.
Newspaper clipping from the Monday, January 14, 1985 edition of the San Francisco Chronicle. Courtesy of Ann Henry.