‘Build the Wall’ and ‘We Love White’ Signs Displayed at High School Football Game

The principal of Santa Ana High School is alleging his students were the victims of racist signs created by Aliso Niguel High’s students over the weekend.

Principal Jeff Bishop wrote in a Facebook post that at the football game Friday night, his students were met with racially charged chants and signs being held by Aliso Niguel students.

Nearly 99 percent of Santa High School students identify as Hispanic or Latino, according to latest data from the California Department of Education. About 56 percent of Aliso Niguel High School’s student body is white.

Read more at the OC Register.


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Tuesday, November 20, 2018 - 05:34

The Redwood City School District is preparing to close and/or merge several schools as part of a cost-cutting plan meant to blunt a projected deficit of $10 million over the next three years.