What a shame. With the funding this school receives via property taxes and parent donations why weren't they able to sustain certificated math, literacy ,art, and science specialists, health and nutrition classes, and the school librarian? The new superintendent has stated the law doesn't require certificated specialists to teach each of these subjects. Is this the new bar? Scaling back the curriculum to be technically legal? There shouldn't be one public school in the entire state of California that offers a better curriculum. What is Rowe offering next year that is unique or extraordinary?