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News - August 23, 2019

High school district kicks off new year with new leaders and lots of construction

MVLA welcomes its biggest freshman class, starts six-year building program

by Kevin Forestieri

The Mountain View-Los Altos High School District kicked off the first week of school Monday by greeting its biggest freshman class yet — 1,165 students — along with new administrators who will lead the district through a busy six years of construction to accommodate the growing student body.

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