No one threw anything and no one got hurt.
The Los Altos School Board held its meeting in the Egan Jr. High School multipurpose room Monday night a large crowd turned out and 19 speakers addressed the board about an alternative idea to offer .
The tone was measured and respectful, though the concerns—over traffic, parking, scheduling, conflict resolution, and more—were deep and strongly felt.
The photos above capture some of the evening's action at Egan, where Los Altos Patch and Mountain View Patch provided .
The Los Altos School board will hold a special meeting Monday, March 26 to discuss the issue further, board president Mark Goines said.
Patch contributor Nicole Baldocchi will have a full report later in the day Tuesday.
If you want to get a sense of what happened Monday night before that, .