Our logo is a photograph of the Kino School sign that sits above the front entrance to the school. It was created during the 1999 – 2000 school year. About six students worked on it, welding the letters out of scrap metal, chains, pieces of old bicycles, and so on. Some of the letters are collaborations; some are the creation of a single student. We kind of forget now who did what, but the artists were David Anderson, Kurt Greever-Hoover, Emmett Kleber-Rose, Ernest Espinoza, and Adam Kidd (who’s not in the picture). Ed Davis helped.