The Hall Monitors are the rock band that West High students didn’t know they needed.
Updated: Oct. 12, 2022 at 3:55 PM AKDT
It started out as an idea, play a little music in the hallway during lunch hour and then it just grew to a forty-minute concert every day. West Anchorage High School Teachers David Souza, Will Kimball, Elliot Stutzer and Mr. Ross hit the hallways last September and have been a hit ever since. They call themselves the ‘Hall Monitors’ and like clockwork, they roll into the hallways at lunch time and play 3-6 songs everyday for their captive audience. They’ve gotten so good that they’re now playing paying gigs on the weekends. Dave Allgood went to one of their ‘concerts’ and has the latest in this edition of the Allgood News
The Anchorage School District’s financial team went over the fiscal year 2023 budget at Monday night’s Anchorage School Board meeting, combing through the details and coming up with an updated total deficit of around $67 million.