From the ghs.gresham.k12.or.us server: (paid for by you)
Movimiento Estudiantil Chicano de Aztlan
Chicano is our identidy. It is a symbol of resistance as well as a symbol of unity amongst all "Latinos," and has come to represent the struggles and the fight of all the Latinos.
AZTLAN: Today's southwestern United States. Expressed our deepest feelings that we are a people that belong to this land.
Mecha is an organization of Chicano and Latino students that has many seccesses...
Apparently spelling is not one of their many successes and as good as illegal aliens are at identity theft they can't seem to spell it correctly here either.
OK, I can't stop finding spelling errors on this site but I'll let this be the last one: "Students having fun after learning lidership" Must... not... mention... the... irony...
THIS IS OREGON MECHA *MUST SEE PICTURE*
Now I'm not going to get into whether or not schools need counselors (they don't) but I am going to say that the couselors should not be the head of seperationist groups like Mr. Armando Gonzales.
A morning workshop from the governor's conference on minorities in the juvenille justice system titled: We’re Here Y No Nos Vamos: M.E.Ch.A describes him this way:
Armando Gonzales is a Counselor at Gresham High School and a board member of the Movimiento Estudiantil Chicano de Aztlan (M.E.Ch.A) Statewide.
Mr. Gonzales can be contacted at this email firstname.lastname@example.org and I would encourage that you suggest he resign either his post on the MECHA board or his taxpayer funded position of student counselor.
And for those of you who haven't seen the Woodburn school's MECHA site (which can only be described as something Hitler could have designed) see my previous post.