Every Monday morning, high school English teacher Hayden Morrison would drive more than an hour from Hayward to Daly City, worrying about gas prices and long commutes to work in an unaffordable neighborhood, wondering how long he could survive before throwing away his tenure to move to a less expensive area.
But this Monday, Morrison, 30, can put those worries behind him as his commute to work at Jefferson High School is now 10 minutes from his new T2 on the top floor of 705 Serramonte – opened this weekend by the first school district California public must pass a bond to build housing for teachers and complete it.
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