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News - April 13, 2018

Task force backs strict school boundaries

New attendance lines would force kids to change schools, but alleviate crowding

by Kevin Forestieri

The Mountain View Whisman School District adopted new school attendance boundaries last year that promised to reduce overcrowding and bring neighborhood communities together around a common school. But when will the changes take effect, and how many kids will be uprooted?

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