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Boundary options whittled down

Original post made on May 31, 2007

A committee formed by the Los Altos School District to analyze various scenarios for boundary changes made some headway Tuesday evening, when it narrowed the district's choices to three, down from over 10 different possibilities.

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Posted by Amanda, a resident of The Crossings
on May 31, 2007 at 8:52 pm

For what it's worth, to clarify, Scenario Fair, while it keeps the N of El Camino neighbourhoods in two schools, Almond and Santa Rita, it doesn't necessarily keep us at the SAME school. It isn't a fight just to simply not move, it's a fight to move within reason.


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